The Fisher King, A Cancer Comedy, and Blue Steel

Sept. 24-30: Scott Bakula is a QB and a captain, Chiklis is the Commish, Michael Douglas won’t say a word, Seth Rogan is undeclared, Jennifer Garner goes undercover, hillbilly horror, Michael Shannon builds a bunker, Anthony Hopkins has the shining, Daniel Craig cracks up, Jerry Springer lowers the bar, and the greatest day in modern music history. 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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One thought on “The Fisher King, A Cancer Comedy, and Blue Steel

  1. Hey Thirty Twenty Ten! In this week’s episode Chris mused if any good has ever come from Jerry Springer. Well, I know as a kid in the 90s I’d spend my summer vacations flipping through channels to find anything worth watching between daytime TV and Nick Jr. This means I’d stumble upon Jerry Springer a fair amount. I remember catching an episode about people who had undergone a “sex change operation” and my mind was blown. I’m pretty certain the subject of being trans in the show was played as a complete freak show, but I was captivated. Here were other people who were forced to grow up as a gender they didn’t jive with and decided to do something about it. From that point on I had a life long dream. Fast forward to last year when I at age 34 was finally able to start HRT (hormone replacement therapy) and this past June I finally had top surgery.
    So, in an extremely roundabout way, thanks Jerry Springer. Your show was total schlock, but you showed trans people to a kid who didn’t know life outside of north Texas, and that’s gotta count for something, right?

    PS: Happy 10th anniversary, Laser Time!

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