Arnold Goes to Kindergarten, Tom Hanks Casts Away, and the Thrilling Conclusion of Meeting the Parents

Dec. 18-24: Marge fights Itchy and Scratchy, Dracula in updated for Y2K, vanities are bonfired, Sandra Bullock is Miss New Jersey, Jeff Bridges is a cowboy, James L. Brooks fails at romantic comedy, Nicolas Cage is a family man, and Adult Swim pre-launches under the sea. 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 “Arnold Goes to Kindergarten, Tom Hanks Casts Away, and the Thrilling Conclusion of Meeting the Parents

  1. I was working for FedEx when Castaway came out. I still have not seen the movie on principle because of all the horrible Wilson and deserted island jokes my package recipients kept making.

  2. I love True Grit. It’s really funny, because a lot of what you might think is the Coen brothers is actually just in the book, including Mattie’s way of speaking. Basically all of the dialogue is straight from the book.

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