Christian Bale Goes Full Psycho, South Park’s Naughtiest Episode Yet, and You Can Do What You Wanna Do with Fox’s New Sketch Comedy

April 10-16: Dudley Moore is crazy, Sandra Bullock goes to rehab, we fear a black planet, No Doubt wants a simple kind of life, Edward Norton keeps the faith, Paul Newman knows where the money is, Banksy makes a movie, there’s more death at a funeral, John Goodman heads to the bayou, and superheroes kick ass. 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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2 thoughts on “Christian Bale Goes Full Psycho, South Park’s Naughtiest Episode Yet, and You Can Do What You Wanna Do with Fox’s New Sketch Comedy

  1. First time listening to a 302010 episode – really enjoyed it! It made me feel nostalgic for music I’ve never heard, movies I’ve never watched or heard of, and experiences I’ve never had, and it’s kind of incredible. Simultaneously familiar and strange

  2. The Simpsons. Bart goes to France. What foreign country that the Simpsons visited made for the best episode for you?
    In Living Color. This EXPLODED at my Junior High School. It was schocking to us and we ate it up. What was your favorite sketch? I remember absolutely loving fire marshal Bill because I was 11 and combining physical comedy with the catch-phrase “letmeshowyasomething!” was hilarious.
    28 Days. The film isn’t a bad one, and it has an interesting twist where it opens like the ending of a wackity smackity romantic comedy with Sandra Bullock plowing into an (empty) child’s play set in at least a semi-humorous way. Only it’s quickly pointed out that it could have easily have been occupied and it’s pure luck she didn’t kill a child. What is your favorite movie about obtaining/keeping sobriety?
    What is your favorite movie about obtaining/keeping sobriety? The film, 28 Days, isn’t mind but the film isn’t a bad one, and it has an interesting twist where it opens like the ending of a wackity smackity romantic comedy with Sandra Bullock plowing into an (empty) child’s play set in at least a semi-humorous way. Only it’s quickly pointed out that it could have easily have been occupied and it’s pure luck she didn’t kill a child.
    American Psycho. Do you think: Patrick Bateman didn’t kill a single person and it’s all in his head. Patrick Bateman killed one or more people but some of the killings were in his head. Patrick Bateman killed everyone we see him kill in the way we see him kill them.
    Has anyone read the book American Psycho? In college my friend did and told me about a scene where Patrick Bateman talks to Tom Cruise and says, “I loved you in Bartender.” Been meaning to read it ever since.
    Patton. I’d like to say that this is is one of my favorite films of all time but I don’t think I’ve seen it in 20 years. How long can you say a film is one of your favorite’s without re-watching it?

    Kick Ass. I loved this film and then had no desire to watch the sequel purely because of the reviews. Anyone see the sequel and willing to go to bat for it?
    Kick Ass. I loved the first film and then had no desire to watch the sequel purely because of the reviews. Anyone see the sequel and willing to go to bat for it?

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