074 FLIGHT OF THE NAVIGATOR

What 10 year-old wouldn't want to be cosmically kidnapped and forced to fly to a future where NASA wants to cut open their brain for star-charts?   Well, half of this show's hosts  ... to start with.  Still, that's not stopping Bob and Tim from exploring Disney's oddest offering from the 1980s, "Flight Of The Navigator.”

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068 BRAT PACK AMERICA WITH KEVIN SMOKLER

How have we not talked about John Hughes?  His movies defined what it meant to come of age in the 1980s.  But do they continue to ring relevant in this modern age?  Or are our memories of these films just  misappropriated nostalgia?   

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067 RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK

Maybe its because Chandler Bing ruined vests or maybe its just Star Wars fans are vindictive prics but regardless of the reasoning, Bob and Tim are cracking whips and punching Nazis today to talk about the final tally of your arbitrary votes.  Its "Raiders Of The Lost Ark" ...and probably a little about "Star Wars."

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066 HAN SOLO VERSES INDIANA JONES WITH BRENT SIMONS

Ever wanted to participate in the outcome of a 20popcast episode?  Well today is that very chance as Bob welcomes returning guest Brent Simmons on to debate just which Harrison Ford is the most iconic.  Its Han Solo verses Indiana Jones in a discussion that allows you, the listener, to voice your own vote. 

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061 WAR GAMES

Shall we play a game?  Looks like there's "Mall Madness", "Pizza Party", "Fireball Island."  Or we can listen to Bob and Tim unbox the frighteningly relevant Matthew Broderick thriller "War Games."   Its a thermo-nuclear holocaust for the whole family.

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056 BIG

Who doesn't like an age-appropriate Tom Hanks?  Well,  Amy Poehler, for one.  Still, in 1988, this former Bosom Buddy made a splash at the box office by starring in the Penny Marshall film "Big".  But re-watching it 30 years later, Bob and Tim are finding themselves a little uncomfortable with that particular thing he did.

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040 HOWARD THE DUCK

Marvel Studios surpassed 5 billion in ticket sales this weekend,  so we're celebrating the one that contributed $12 dollars to the tally.  "Howard The Duck" was the first super hero film Tim ever saw on the big screen.  But, even bigger, it showed that 10 year-old the new-wave hairdo he was going to become.

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022 SUMMER MOVIES: 1989

Summer of 1989 was a big t-shirt year.  And not (just) because of modern decency.  On today’s episode, Bob and Tim head back to ask if that particular cinema season of Last Crusades, Final Frontiers and Robert Wuhl was the biggest and bestest one ever.

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021 THREE O’CLOCK HIGH

Schools out for Bob and Tim so what better time to revisit one of their favorite teen comedies from the 80s. The only thing here is Bob doesn’t really remember it as a comedy and Tim doesn’t really remember it at all.

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