After another summer of pomp and circumstance and a long cold winter of creation, what kind of crops is Hollywood planting for the future? With the proliferation of sequels, remakes, reboots and rip-off's, it seems that corporate branding has replaced any chances of original movies being created in today's assembly line environment. Now returning from the lost wilderness of Tinseltown's past, Andy and John break out the garden tools and go to work digging into Hollywood's latest strategy for self-mutilation. What happens when Hollywood stops planting new franchise seeds for the future? Where do we go when the crops are dead?