Michael Jackson Invades The Simpsons, the Best Comic Adaptation You May Not Have Heard of, and Brad Pitt Plays Moneyball

Sept. 17-23: Laura Dern is a naughty southern belle, Christopher Walken is McBain, Home Improvement vs. The Torkelsons, Mariah Carey glitters, the first of the giant 9/11 charity concerts, Harry Connick saves a dolphin, Steve Buscemi is a nerd, River Phoenix gets a date, Taylor Lautner gets abducted, and the best thing about New Girl isn’t the girl. 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 “Michael Jackson Invades The Simpsons, the Best Comic Adaptation You May Not Have Heard of, and Brad Pitt Plays Moneyball

  1. Hey all! Love the show. Just wanted to add some info for your soap opera items. I think Sarah and I are around the same age and I grew up watching soaps with my mom. Not all of us are old (well not super old?) and there is in fact a presence for soap operas online. Saved a few links if it’ll help with any future segments:
    https://www.soapcentral.com/
    https://soaps.sheknows.com/
    https://mobile.twitter.com/SoapOperaNetwrk

    There’s also a good podcast called A trip down soap lane that provides history, ratings information, when the show ended, etc. Also youtube actually has a lot of videos of these shows, case in point here’s the last episode of All my children: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JEHkMevCyfw

    Lastly, I swear, The Wonder Years reboot will have a narrator and it’s Don Cheadle. Looking forward to watching it 🙂

    As always, you all are such a delight to listen to and for someone that’s a Black female listener thank you so much for 1) Being awesome allies (it’s so appreciated) and 2) Covering some movies and music that I had in my childhood. Most of it isn’t always mainstream so it’s nice to hear some coverage of it on a major podcast.

    Take care!

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