Robin Williams dies, Elvira and Bill Maher get their own movie, Ted Turner buys a television network, HBO debuts its least prestigious show to date, Greg Kinnear has a stupid dream, Dreamworks' first ANTimated movie, Monica topples Aerosmith, spoiled Chihuahuas, and MC Hammer is almost there. All that and more, on this edition on Thirty Twenty Ten, your auditory look back on the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago
Mel Blanc’s last tune, baby chimps wearing costumes, the Flat Booties invade, Aaron Sorkin’s TV debut, Newsradio makes us cry, Jeremy Irons makes us uncomfortable across two decades, Chuck Palahniuk’s second movie, Pink wants to start a fight, The Mentalist first mentaling, Mega Man is both old and new, and Will and Grace are just getting started. All that and more, on this edition on Thirty Twenty Ten, your auditory look back on the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago
Run DMC gets a movie, Garfield begins his Saturday morning reign, Ed Harris goes west, Samuel L. Jackson hates his neighbor, Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan begin a trilogy, Marilyn Manson shows dope, Conan turns 5, Toonami is canceled, Rock Band comes back, Michael Jackson topples Bill Cosby, and we hopefully talk about the The Flintstones for the last time. All that and somehow more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, you're auditory look back on the week that was, 30, 20 and 10 years ago.
Pokemon catches all young TV viewers, Spyro debuts, the Coen Brothers make there funniest film in years, Hole releases a good album, Alf gets his second spin-off, Scooby Doo goes back in time, MTV awards everybody in every decade, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino combine to make one of the worst movies ever, and it's the anniversary of the Starr Report! All this and more on this edition of Thirty Twenty Ten, your look back at the week that was 30, 20 and 10 years ago!