Heists! Most magic and Italian, Nintendo's first bigscreen adventure, The Wire gets its first renewal, Stallone cliff hangs, the 90s ghetto subgenre gets Menaced, Liberace lights up HBO, Christopher Lee thrashes, The Fresh Prince of Nepotism, and is Finding Nemo the perfect Pixar movie?! All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten!
Cheers, Saved by the Bell, and several other shows effectively end the 1980s on television. Sharon Stone is naked again, while The Fast and the Furious officially becomes a completely different, and better, franchise. Meanwhile, the Hangover series goes out with a dark bang, Hot Shots goes out with a war, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer leaves us with one of TV's best finales. Plus Flappy Bird is born, Jim Carrey is God, and more so than any other Thirty Twenty Ten episode, watch the media landscape drastically change throughout one of our most jampacked episodes ever!
May 12-18: The Wonder Years and The Office say goodbye, the new Star Trek reboot is also a remake, The Simpsons' most star-studded finale, Urkel gets people fired, a modern Doris Day movie, Paul Rudd gets a makeover, Dawson makes his crying face, Don Draper does speed, a Black western, and we still don’t know what a Pentium is. All that and more on our weekly report on the state of 30, 20, and 10 years ago!
May 5-11: Kevin Kline’s the president, a Bruce Lee biopic, Chris Farley’s motivated, the worst videogame mascot suits up, Eddie Murphy babysits, Angel beats the big bad, Eve goes Online, Matthew McConaughey is muddy, and Quantum Leap ends. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.
Marvel's best solo movie meets the best non-MCU Marvel flick. Also Barry White saves snakes, the majesty of Blood in Blood Out, Amy Schumer lets us inside, and NBA Jam debuts. All that and more as we look at the world of pop culture 30, 20 and 10 years ago!