The Simpsons’ First Episode, Peter Jackson’s First Cosplay-Proof Movie, and Hurricane Denzel Touches Down on Theaters

Jan. 10-16: Ed O’Neill stands up for Fox, Richard Gere breaks bad, Mr. Bean awkwardly walks into our hearts, girls are interrupted, Ice Cube comes back to say “Hi Felicia,” Charlie and Emilio do porn, Supernova explodes, Denzel’s version of “The Road,” and your chemistry teacher’s favorite album. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, your weekly look back on the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago.

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3 thoughts on “The Simpsons’ First Episode, Peter Jackson’s First Cosplay-Proof Movie, and Hurricane Denzel Touches Down on Theaters

  1. Great episode as usual, and happy we still have some holdovers from the 80s as far as movies!
    So Runaway Train was brought up as a movie with Eric Roberts that was good, and this was countered with “but no Cannon films!” I thought this was kinda funny, since Runaway Train is a Cannon film.
    Also, I approve of Tom’s idea for an LT Sopranos podcast. Your coverage on the show has been great so far.

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