Cloudy with a Chance of Puffy Shirts! The Rock's got his first giant role, a quiet movie about the last day of high school in the 70s slowly becomes a classic, Boy Meets World debuts, Dexter says goodbye, and CBS will unleash two of the biggest hits in television history. Miley wrecks it, the semi-forgotten inaugural MCU TV series, and Kevin McCallister KILLS! All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.
Sept. 15-21: Martin Scorsese gets high-class, Bruce Willis is on a boat, the NYPD gets blue, Rocko gets modern, Martha Stewart conquers everything, thirteen-year-olds gone wild, Beyoncé fixes the choir, Hugh Jackman gets grim, Brooklyn cops get silly, and Diana gets her own movie. All that and more as we look 30, 20, and 10 years ago!
Sept. 8-14: Bill Nye brings the science, Saved by the Bell has a new class, Ricki Lake and Ellen and Conan start talking, a brand-new Superman, Paul Giamatti is a comic-book legend, Kathleen Turner is undercover, HBO goes to the circus, Robert De Niro’s family gets meta, Eli Roth has the fever, British gangsters get peaky, and the Warner Bros. and the Warner sister Dot. All that and more as we look 30, 20, and 10 years ago!
Chevy Chase was the worst late night host of all-time, David Duchovny is not the lead you’re looking for this week, Calendar Girl and Calendar Girls are thankfully not a franchise, Vin Diesel comes crawling back to another franchise, Dickie Roberts is terrible and Mac is back, baby!