Nic Cage Returns to Ghost Ride, Wayne’s World Movie is NOT bad, Super Troopers is Out Meow

Feb. 11-17: George Constanza launches Vandalay Industries, Bruce Willis is a POW, Britney Spears is at the crossroads, Denzel is mad about health insurance, Dr. Katz and Family Guy leave…for now, Reese Witherspoon starts a war, and RIP Whitney. 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 “Nic Cage Returns to Ghost Ride, Wayne’s World Movie is NOT bad, Super Troopers is Out Meow

  1. What are some films or tv shows for kids which are fundamentally a story of rejection loneliness and sadness?
    Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown

    Have you ever played Crusader Kings II? Any cool stories?

    Has any skeleton in media ever seemed scary to you?
    Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance

    What is your favorite NON-Miyazaki Studio Ghibli film?
    The Secret World of Arrietty:

    What is your favorite obscure Shakespeare play?

    Do you think a Sonic 3d game is inherently harder to make well than a 2d sonic game?

    Who was your favorite guest on Dr. Katz Professional Therapist?

    What is the funniest bit/sketch in Super Troopers?

    What was your favorite of the Disney sequels? (Non-Pixar)
    Peter Pan II: Return to Never Land

    Do you think Brittny Spears could have ever had an interesting/good acting career?

    What would you like to see in a 2022 Contra reboot?
    Contra III: The Alien Wars on SNES

    Do you remember any SNL prime time specials?
    Toonces and Friends.

    How did you first realize on an emotionally real level that the white-hot feeling of being in love for the first time fades?
    Parker Louis Can’t Loose.

    What’s your best memory of the Wayne’s World movie?

    Which of the following animals, if any, do you think you could beat in a fight if you were unarmed?

  2. So, I actually watched the 2002 show, Special Unit 2 when it was on and I wanted to give the show slightly more context.
    First, it wasn’t an X-Files knock-off. It was a Men in Black knock-off. It leaned into the cheesiness. The premise of the show was that every folklore/mythological creature is real (except vampires) and the heroes are agents of a secret government agency that polices them. But, instead of just saying magic is real, they tried to pseudoscience the existence of gargoyles and trolls with “they’re missing links in evolution.”
    Every episode boiled down to the monster of the week with shenanigans. Should you go back and watch it? No. But, I was amused enough by it at the time and I think that bit of pop culture ephemera is worth preserving this little bit.

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