MTV’s Biggest Reality Hit, Disney’s Biggest Failure, and Stephen King Mows Lawns into Worlds

March 4-10: Indiana Jones hides on the TV schedule, giant casts fail to make comedies work, giant effects fail to make action movies work, Eddie Murphy can’t talk, Mass Effect is over, comedy jams get def, Ice-T gets banned, Ice Cube is all about the benjamins, HBO goes to Laramie and Wasilla, and we talk about The Osbournes without once yelling ‘Sharon!’ 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 “MTV’s Biggest Reality Hit, Disney’s Biggest Failure, and Stephen King Mows Lawns into Worlds

  1. I picked up a used DVD of The Osbournes on a whim in like 2017… everyone I showed it to became obsessed. One friend who had her manager at a bakery beg her to stop talking about it. I had people beg me to bring the DVD with me when I was flying across the country. Can’t explain why, somehow all of us missed it as kids, but there’s something about how mortifying it is, the camp value of celeb cameos from that era, and how stories are cobbled together/ADR-ed from nothing. Totally understand the hate, for me, the best $4 I think I ever spent.

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