This was a boring week in 1986, so after briefly revisiting Robin Williams’ Club Paradise we run out the clock by discussing the early days Disney’s Epcot park . 1996 brings us Courage Under Fire and Harriet the Spy, then 2006 sees the launch of topsy-turvy FPS Prey.
Other topics covered include:
-New Zealand legalizes “consensual sex between men aged 16 and older”
-The Burger Years on CBS; retiring Supreme Court Justice Warren E. Burger talks to Bill Moyers about constitutional issues
-New albums from Ministry, Big Country, Bob Dylan
–Last episode of Sliders’ second season airs; it’s not the intended finale (it’s the 7th of 14 episodes in terms of chronology), as FOX aired the eps out of order
-FOX airs “Why Planes Go Down” narrated by Gillian Anderson
-LeeAnn Rimes’ Blue album releases
-Thom Yorke’s solo album released, including “Black Swan”
–Italy wins the World Cup after Zinedine Zidane is sent off for headbutting a guy.
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