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Thirty Twenty Ten

A pop culture time machine! Each episode covers that very week from 30 years ago, 20 years ago and 10 years ago, which means each show is loaded with forgotten movies, timeless TV episodes and songs best left to the past. We'll examine TV, movies, music and video games from the 90s, 2000s, and 2010s. Come remember with us!
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Jul 7, 2016
Thirty, twenty and ten years ago this week we experienced a barrage of movies & games, including Big Trouble in Little China, Dead Man's Chest and Independence Day. Hulk Hogan turned on the fans, Sega unleashed its Sonic replacement and Psych debuts on USA.
Jun 29, 2016
We celebrate 30 years of Disney's Gummi Bears and Bowie's Goblin King, then leap to 1996 and remember Nutty Professor, Striptease and KMFDM tunes. 2006 brings us to Superman Returns and the second season of the Venture Brothers.
Jun 23, 2016
It's the 30th anniversary of Daniel-san's Okinawa adventures and My Little Pony's theatrical debut, later we discuss Arnold's erasing capabilities as well as Quake's influence in 1996, and finally we Click on over to Adam Sandler's attempted mix of comedy and sci-fi...
Jun 16, 2016
We discuss 30 years of Ferris Bueller - and the original Dragon Ball anime - before moving into 1996 and examining Matthew Broderick's run-in with a creepy Cable Guy. Flash to 2006 and we find Jack Black wrestling in Mexico while Fast & the Furious drifts through the streets of Tokyo and ECW takes over the Sci-Fi channel.
Jun 9, 2016
This week in 1986, the Droids cartoon ends while Ahnuld gets a Raw Deal. Flash to 1996 to see Billy Zane slam evil and Nicholas Cage storm Alcatraz. 2006 sees the debut of Cars and the Prairie Home Companion movie, and Nelly Furtado gets promiscuous.
Jun 2, 2016
30 years ago this week TJ Hooker ends its TV run and one of the biggest Japanese game series launches on the Famicom, while in 1996 Sean Connery plays a digital dragon and Rent wins a bunch of awards. In 2006, Moral Orel wraps its first season and Vince Vaughn argues with Jennifer Aniston.
May 26, 2016
This week 30, 20 and 10 years ago: Stallone is the cure for everything menacing 1986 moviegoers, Tom Cruise begins his impossible mission and an X-Men movie so bad Fox spent a decade making apology sequels. Plus the Flintstones turn 25 & remove "gay" from the theme song and LOST concludes its second season with a bang.
May 12, 2016
Johnny 5 springs to life in 1986 cinemas, while in 1996 the scourge of the Midwest lays waste to the box office. In 2006, Marvel's Civil War series sets the stage for a new status quo that lasts well into the 2010s. A busy week in any decade!
May 5, 2016
Richard Pryor becomes Jo Jo Dancer as Hardcastle & McCormick change their TV tune. In 1996 both Barb Wire and goth-em-up The Craft hit theaters. Then it’s a plus-sized Classic Corner as we celebrate the 75th anniversary of Citizen Kane.... Read more
Apr 28, 2016
A nuclear catastrophe dominates headlines this week in 1986, while in 1996 Mystery Science Theater attempts to infiltrate theaters one region at a time. Then in 2006 Gnarls Barkley croons a crazy hit and Mission Impossible III releases to polite... Read more
Apr 21, 2016
30 years ago this week Tim Curry became the best movie devil of all time, while in 1996 Rage Against the Machine debuted their biggest track to date. And in 2006, the entire cast of SNL can’t keep their shit... Read more
Apr 14, 2016
This week in 1986, carnivorous Critters terrorized America and Clint Eastwood became a mayor. In 1996, James’ giant peach was delighting audiences worldwide, while 2006 marked the end of the Bernie Mac show and a new beginning for Tomb Raider. Download Now RSS ... Read more
Apr 7, 2016
Looking back this week we find Bryan Cranston guesting on Murder She Wrote, Martin Lawrence dominating screens across the country and the Unabomber in jail. Barry Bonds also sets the record straight on his totally legit home run record and... Read more
Apr 1, 2016
What a fine first of April we have here in 1916! A perfect time to reflect back on the events of thirty, twenty and ten years ago, which happen to include President Cleveland’s White House marriage and the Klondike gold... Read more
Mar 31, 2016
This week in 1986 saw the debut of ABC’s Perfect Strangers, while in 1996 Capcom’s Resident Evil popularized survival horror video games and the Muppets tried their hand at another variety show. In 2006, Wonder Showzen and Kingdom Hearts both returned,... Read more
Mar 24, 2016
This week in 1986, Police Academy 3 and one of the weirdest SNL episodes of all time confound audiences while Van Halen’s 5150 gives us Dreams. In 1996 a classic dragon-em-up gets a sequel and in 2006 Elder Scrolls IV... Read more
Mar 17, 2016
This week 20 years ago, The Birdcage tops the 1996 box office while Weird Al’s latest album dominates CD sales and Dana Carvey breastfeeds a baby. In 2006, Hugo Weaving masters mask-mouthed alliteration and James Blunt tells the world it’s... Read more
Mar 10, 2016
Christopher Lambert discovers there can NOT be only one Highlander film, while Fargo captivates audiences in 1996 cinemas. This same week in 2006, Battlestar ends its notable second season and Crash becomes the worst modern Best Picture winner! Download Now... Read more
Mar 3, 2016
80s teens let loose in the classic angst-em-up Pretty in Pink, while in 1996 Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill cleans up at the Grammys and Pokemon debuts in Japan. Leaping to this week in 2006, the Torino Olympics end as Jessica... Read more
Feb 25, 2016
The Legend of Zelda celebrates 30 years of adventure, Jackie Chan re-debuts in America with Rumble in the Bronx and Paul Walker’s best non-car movie releases in 2006. Plus Rosanne goes to Disney World! Download Now RSS  |  iTunes  | ... Read more
Feb 18, 2016
Chuck Norris invades theaters – and Israel – as Alf pesters the Air Force and Happy Gilmore asks a golf ball to suck his white ass. Then in 2006, Dave Chappelle returns to TV and Date Movie makes a bunch of jokes no... Read more
Feb 11, 2016
Ten years ago this week, Arrested Development burns through its final four episodes. Meanwhile, Broken Arrow thrills bored moviegoers around the world and Mel Torme finally appears on Night Court. We also talk about the ’96 telecommunications act and Haley’s... Read more
Feb 5, 2016
Nick Nolte is a magical ’80s bum, Chris Farley stars in Tommy Boy Gaiden and Family Guy references a ’50s musical for what will surely be the last time. ALSO, Mr Belvedere teaches kids about AIDS. Download Now RSS  | ... Read more
Jan 28, 2016
Dancin’ athletes, Underworld undergoes an Evolution, a video game is on trial, and an exploding space shuttle signals the end of America’s space program. Download Now RSS  |  iTunes  |  Zune  | Facebook  | Twitter  | YouTube  | Twitch SUPPORT... Read more
Jan 21, 2016
A trio of terrible cartoons hit theaters this week in 1986, so let’s talk about ’em! Then it’s time to remember From Dusk Til Dawn, a lesbian wedding in Friends and a Boondocks episode that was pulled from TV. Download... Read more
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