This week: in 87, The Jetsons meet the Flintstones as we approach 3 O Clock High. In 97, Dirk Diggler becomes a star in Boogie Nights while Seinfeld coins the phrase “Serenity Now!” In 07, Tila Tequila looks for love, South Park makes a big crap, and Portal serves us cake.
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Seven Years in Tibet: Brad Pitt
The Sweet Hereafter: Iam Holm, Sarah Polley, Bruce Greenwood
Boogie Nights: Mark Wahlberg, Julianne Moore, Burt Reynolds
Team Knight Rider begins its only season of 22 episodes.
10/9/97 – Seinfeld – The Serenity Now
10/10/97 – Boy Meets World – Boy Meets The Real World – Cory tries to make a student film aping The Real World about Shawn and Jack getting along in their new apartment
Sabrina gets set up on a date with a witch named Dante who has trouble not using magic in front of normal people. The episode features a special guest star
10/11/97 – Men In Black The Series debuts
Radiohead “In Rainbows,” which released Pay What You Will this week.
New releases: “Change” by Sugababes, “Blackbird” by Alter Bridge, “Cease to Begin” by Band of Horses, Electric Six’s “I Shall Exterminate Everything Around Me That Restricts Me from Being the Master,” “Family” by LeAnn Rimes, “Famous” by Puddle of Mudd, “This is Forever” by She Wants Revenge, “Pull the Pin” by Stereophonics, “Brave” by Jennifer Lopez, and “Rock n Roll Jesus” by Kid Rock, his first total non-hiphop/rap album.
Sleuth: Jude Law, Michael Caine
The Final Season: Sean Astin, Powers Boothe, Tom Arnold
Why Did I Get Married is no. 1 at the box office: Tyler Perry, Janet Jackson
10/7/07 – America’s Most Smartest Model premiers on VH1
10/9/07: A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila premieres
10/10/07 – South Park “More Crap”
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions (PSP remake of original FFT)
And most importantly… YARIS!
Oh… and The Orange Box (Team Fortress 2, Half Life 2, Half Life Ep 1 & 2, and the debut of Portal)