Sept. 23-29: The Sci-Fi channel launches, Paul Reiser is mad (about you), a French vampire versus the mob, Whoopi Goldberg goes to South Africa, Bill Crystal is Mr. Saturday Night, Jerry Stiller’s kid gets a sketch show, Bart is disappointed by Camp Krusty, Michelle Pfeiffer is a bad mom, Jackie Chan is a special effect, more Sherlock Holmes on TV, and Adam Sandler gets kid friendly. All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.
Sept. 16-22: A giant week, with cops and gangs in South Central, Brendan Fraser fights bigots, Seattle single life, weird sketch shows, Bob Newhart is an artist, Picket Fences is weird, we climb the Aggro Crag, Steve Coogan gets down, Maggie Gyllenhaal gets spanked, Heath Ledger gets shamed, Philip Seymour Hoffman starts a cult, Dredd plays tower defense, Clint Eastwood plays ball, and the worst reviewed movie of all time. All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.
Sept. 9-15: Hellraiser returns, homeless teens, yacht racing, Jason Lee’s paying for college, Robin Williams is creepy af, Nicolas Cage’s Taken, Richard Gere’s pyramid scheme, J.Law gets stalked, lots of short-lived cartoons about cows and cats and knights and barbarians, and the debut of a really clownish character. All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.
Sept. 2-8: Blade Runner gets fixed, Fatal Attraction Jr., American Idol has a moment, Matthew Broderick is lost, Penelope Cruz gets hammy, Goofy gets a show, Jonathon Frakes stops lying, Bradley Cooper can’t write, and has Robert De Niro played more cops or criminals? All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.