Jan 15-21 – American Rabbit, From Dusk Til Dawn and the first MLK Day

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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.

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11 thoughts on “Jan 15-21 – American Rabbit, From Dusk Til Dawn and the first MLK Day

  1. I love how in both From Dusk Til Dawn and Planet Terror, Rodriguez and Tarantino just have Tarantino play such disgusting and despicable characters.

  2. man, reflecting back on all these years makes me sort of question what I was doing with my time. I mean I was a kid or teenager through most of it so… playing video games? but I was totally aware of almost every event y’all talked about. how was I such a sponge just soaking up everything as I passed by?

  3. January 18, 1986 – “Rubbish” Ronnie Garvin goes at it with Ric Flair on the weekly edition of NWA World Championship Wrestling.
    January 16, 1996 – Beulah reveals on ECW Hardcore TV that she is pregnant with Tommy Dreamer’s baby.
    January 16, 2006 – Dirtsheets report that… “The Undertaker has been telling people backstage that he wants to have a good quality match at WrestleMania 22. Kurt Angle‘s name has been brought up for a possibly opponent for the Undertaker. Taker has been saying that this could likely be his last WrestleMania, and with Kurt Angle’s bad neck, this could be his last WrestleMania match too”.

  4. If the hosts are going to watch video clips of speeches by people who listeners may not even know, and can’t see, talking about George Burns, who they also may not know, it’d be nice to have someone definitely saying who the speakers are.

    I always thought Iron Eagle was a Top Gun knockoff, too, I can’t believe it came out first. I saw the first two as a kid, and liked he first one, though not nearly as much as Top Gun.

  5. I’d like to hear more of what Bret, Hank, or Diana have to say on certain subjects, trying to say this with the least amount of haterade possible, but Chris can really dominate a conversation and sort of ran slip shod on this episode.

  6. Henry saying the only version he could find of the Different Strokes episode was set to dance music and then playing it might have been the hardest I’ve ever laughed at any Laser Time episode.

    Except for maybe the latest Shame Songs when Chris said the only thing you can do to tijuana taxi is chase away bees to it.

  7. I’d like to give some credit to Friends. After the Simpsons, Friends was my favourite show growing up. I was 10 years old when the first season aired and I’m pretty sure this was the first exposure I had to a gay relationship. I knew what being gay meant and I had seen gay characters in movies and tv before but there tended to only be one gay character.

    To me Friends never made the gay characters the target of the joke and the other characters never expressed a problem with them being gay. Basically the characters were treated like regular people in a relationship and they could get married because why not? That’s what people in love do.

    Obviously these last couple years gay marriage became a big topic and has been made legal in most of the UK & Ireland (get your shit together Northern Ireland!). When discussing my own position of supporting gay marriage with friends and family, I couldn’t help but wonder if it goes back to this episode of Friends.

    Maybe by today’s standards it may not seem that well done but in my opinion for 1996 it was progressive as hell.

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