20th Century Pop! is a podcast that tries to understand the present by living in the past. Each week hosts Bob and Tim take a sociological look at the pop culture of the '80s and '90s. Its a ruining of their childhood that hopefully explains how they became adults.
LIST-A-RAMA-A-GO-GO: “We’re probably not going to talk about Mr. Nanny.” (1992-1995) The 90s gave us blockbuster giants like Jurassic Park and Titanic as well as the indie fare of Pulp Fiction and Being John Malkovich. But which of its films best represents what it was like to bear flannel in that age of sax-blowing presidents and Geocity pop ups? Its the question Bob and Tim are going to warp their brains around as they crown the one sole and official film that best represents what it meant to be what they were in the 1990s. Spoiler alert … we don’t mention Under Siege 2.
00:00:00 PRE-SHOW PRATTLE - The dad from Family Ties wants you to stay away from him
00:01:10 IGNORING A PODCAST EDITING TIP - with a shout-out to CeCe Peniston
00:05:42 DECADENCE - fashioning the 90s persona
00:10:22 BOB IN L.A. - building your West Coast crew
00:23:36 SEATTLE STORY - Teaching Tim to talk unrealistically about relationships
00:31:08 COUNTER-TOP CYNICISM - Bob and Tim’s Situation Tragedy (and Tim adjusts a Pop Filter)
00:38:53 ANOINTING 1990: THE MOVIE - and shouting out to stragglers
00:45:56 CLOSINGS - contacts, plugs and no catch phrase
00:49:58 COMING ATTRACTION - Tom Hanks plugs up a hole
FAIR USE OF FAIR WARNING: The following few show notes give away the semi-top secret topics of today’s discussion…
Refrain from bellowing “baby” during the OFFICIAL TRAILER FOR 1996’s SWINGERS.
Get buzzed into Bob’s mid 90s apartment with this PLAYING VIDEO GAMES CLIP FROM SWINGERS.
See what teen Tim saw as a manual for social interaction with the OFFICIAL TRAILER FOR 1992’S SINGLES.
Understand why Kurt Cobain would not have been nominated for father of the year as NIRVANA EXPLAINS WHY THEY TURNED DOWN THE MOVIE SINGLES while burping a baby.
Relate to what Bob and Tim related to with the ORIGINAL THEATRICAL TRAILER TO 1994’S CLERKS.
Get it straight from the stoner’s mouth with KEVIN SMITH: HOW AND WHY HE MADE CLERKS.
And hum along with some awful Ugly Kid Joe in this ARE YOU MENTAL SCENE FROM 1992’S WAYNE’S WORLD.
The use of audio and video clips linked from YOUTUBE are for educational purposes and without the expressed permission of their legal holding companies. All rights remain with with their original distributor.
This episode of 20TH CENTURY POP! was recorded by CAST, an online audio platform that lets you create and record a multi-guest podcast straight from your web-browser.
It was then mastered by AUPHONIC, a web-based post-production service that makes it sound like Bob and Tim are worth listening to. Check out both sights for trial and subscription information.
MUSIC FEATURED IN TODAY’S EPISODE:
“Super Poupi ” (opening theme) and "Poupi Great Adventures: The Arcade Game" (closing theme) performed by Komiku from the 2018 album POUPI'S INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES available at Freemusicarchives.org. Cleared for public domain use through Creative Commons under a CCO 1.0 Universal License.
Like, share and reminisce with 20TH CENTURY POP! on FACEBOOK.
20TH CENTURY POP! will return in two weeks .. maybe THIS time with Tom Hanks in a magma fissure?