Thirty Twenty Ten

By Laser Time

A pop culture time machine! Each episode covers that very week from 30 years ago, 20 years ago and 10 years ago, which means each show is loaded with forgotten movies, timeless TV episodes and songs best left to the past. Come remember with us!

  1. 1.
    Val Kilmer is Jim Morrison, Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt are The Mexican, and Johnny Depp Wins Best Picture
  2. 2.
    Nic Cage Drives Angry, Homer has a Brother, and Monkeybone is the Weirdest Movie Ever Made
  3. 3.
    Silence of the Lambs, Nothing But Trouble, King Ralph, Super Troopers, and Big Momma’s House 3
  4. 4.
    Steve Martin’s LA Story, Hannibal the Cannibal is back, and Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston Just Go With It
  5. 5.
    O Brother Where Art Thou, A Bad Roommate, and Ironically, They Did Make a Neverending Story 2
  6. 6.
    Jennifer Lopez Has a Plan, James Franco Loses a Hand, MTV Takes Over the Super Bowl, and Two Dead Spaces
  7. 7.
    Shakespeare, Golden Globes, White Wolves and the Sex Friend Movie War Has Begun
  8. 8.
    Robin Williams Wakes Up Robert DeNiro, Sean Connery Creates the Internet, and Bob’s Burgers is Served
  1. 9.
    Happy New Year, Our Favorites From Last Year, Plus a Damn Fine Jim Carrey Movie
  2. 10.
    The Godfather Goes Too Far, Adult Swim is Coming Together, a Stuttering King Takes Home the Gold
  3. 11.
    Arnold Goes to Kindergarten, Tom Hanks Casts Away, and the Thrilling Conclusion of Meeting the Parents
  4. 12.
    Tim Burton’s Best Movie, Winona Ryder is Everywhere, and Disney Turns Failures into Less Than Failures
  5. 13.
    Captain America’s First Movie, Narnia Closes its Doors, and A Very Community Christmas
  6. 14.
    America Loves Hoarding, Marlon Wayans Loves Heroin and Kathy Bates Loves Company
  7. 15.
    Kevin Costner Goes West, Bruce Willis Cannot Be Broken, And Disney’s Fifth Animation Renaissance
  8. 16.
    Jacked: Rise of The New Jack Swing hosted by Taraji P. Henson
  9. 17.
    The End of Rescuers, Rocky, Rescue Rangers, Pee Wee, and Harry Potter and One of the Highest Grossing Comedies, Ya Filthy Animal
  10. 18.
    Sorry Jack, Chucky’s Back, Conan Reborn, and Little Nicky is Frickin Terrible
  11. 19.
    Charlie’s Angels Get Down Like Dat, A Three-Eyed Fish, and The Walking Dead Rule TV
  12. 20.
    The First Simpsons Halloween, Blair Witch is Back, and Saw Moves into the Third Dimension
  13. 21.
    More Paranormal Activity, Christopher Guest Loves Dogs, and Another Night of the Living Dead
  14. 22.
    The Best Worst Movie, Richard Gere and Some Women, and the Last Jackass
  15. 23.
    Meet Gaylord Focker, A Very Underrated Coen Brothers Movie, and Terrible, Terrible Remakes!
  16. 24.
    Cops Totally Rock, Jackass debuts, and Mark Zuckerberg Becomes the Center of One of the Best Movies of the Decade
  17. 25.
    Wall Street Strikes Again, DC Beats Marvel at the TV Game, and Martin Scorsese and Cameron Crowe Make Their Greatest Movies
  18. 26.
    Princess Leia Pens Her First Movie, Emma Stone Earns an Easy A, and Other Celebrities Sing Duets
  19. 27.
    A Fresh Prince is Sent to Live with His Aunt and Uncle, the Disney Afternoon is Formed, and the Bad Resident Evil 4 has Arrived
  20. 28.
    The Absolute Last Jim Henson Movie, a Fake Movie Made Real, and Guy Ritchie’s Naughtiest Title
  21. 29.
    Sam Raimi’s Best Superhero Movie, Kirsten Dunst Brings it On, and Wesley Snipe is an Artist
  22. 30.
    Steve Martin’s Goodfellas, Spike Lee Anoints Four Funny Kings, and Crotch-Biting Fish in 3D
  23. 31.
    Chinatown 2, Sly Stallone Assembles his Old Friends, and the Greatest Video Game Movie of All Time
  24. 32.
    Kevin Bacon is Invisible, Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell are Other Guys, Scrooge McDuck is a Movie Star
  25. 33.
    Movies Have a Problem Child, Too Much Eddie Murphy, and Steve Carrell is a Schmuck
  26. 34.
    Angelina Jolie is Salty, John Goodman vs Spiders, and Pokemon Returns to the Big Screen
  27. 35.
    Patrick Swayze’s First Death, X-Men Battle on the Big Screen, and Leonardo DiCaprio Invades Your Dreams
  28. 36.
    Tigers and Dragons Wire Up the Big Screen, Predator Pluralizes, and the Worst Good Die Hard
  29. 37.
    Twilight 3, Mark Walberg and George Clooney Catch Waves, and Bill Cosby is Dead
  30. 38.
    Adam Sandler’s Avengers, Robocop Returns, and Chicken Run is Wonderful
  31. 39.
    Disney and Don Bluth Do Battle for the Last Time, the First Last Toy Story, and Dick Tracy Brings Street Justice to a New Batch of Gremlins
  32. 40.
    Nic Cage Steals Cars, the 80s Gets Remade, and All of Music is on Trial
  33. 41.
    Kevin Smith Gets Animated, Marmaduke Does the Opposite, and We Get Our Ass to Mars
  34. 42.
    Back to the Future Goes West, Tom Cruise Loves Limp Bizkit, and two American Movies Duke it Out in the Middle East
  35. 43.
    Disney’s Most Forgotten Film, SNL’s Last Movie Ever, and the Greatest Video Game of the Decade?
  36. 44.
    The Weirdest SNL Hosts, Russel Crowe is Robin Hood, and Scientology Gets its Best Movie Ever!
  37. 45.
    The TV Finales of Boy Meets World and Jim Henson, Plus Iron Man Returns and Oscar’s Biggest Load of Bro Bait in History
  38. 46.
    The Flintstones, Freddy Krueger, and Sideshow Bob Return
  39. 47.
    The Most Star-Studded Cartoon Crossover Since Roger Rabbit, a Big Week for SNL, and Get Ready for Some U-57FUN
  40. 48.
    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
  41. 49.
    Adventure Time Debuts, Wrestling Goes to Movie Theaters, Ernest Becomes a Comedy Legend, and Christopher Walken Needs More Cowbell
  42. 50.
    Ali G Gets a Show, John Cusack Invents the Listicle, and the Highest Grossing Independent Movie Stars Turtles

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