096 FRIENDS: THE BEST & WORST ONES

It would be odd if this episode was rating and debating people you didn’t actually know (or, given the listenership, were). So, instead, Bob and Tim are taking a look at the highs and lows of Must-See TV’s Friends. Again.

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087 FRIENDS: THE ONE WITH ALL THE THANKSGIVING ONES

It’s Thanksgiving, which means day-drinking to help talk politics with your in-laws around a table of stuffing, gravy and marsh-mellow ambrosia. Or join Bob and Tim as they indulge in six Must-Have-Seen episodes of FRIENDS.

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079 SQUARE PEGS

Bob and Tim unsnap their Trapper Keepers to talk about one of the ‘80s cult sitcom, Square Pegs. Its a Sara Jessica Parker starring oddity that informed their second grade selves what their future nostalgia would consist of.

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076 BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER WITH BONITA GUTIERREZ

High School can be Hell ... especially if its built on a Hellmouth.  And today Bob and Tim are bellying up to The Bronze with author Bonita Guiterrez to relive their youth through the pop-cult goggles of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. 

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064 SEINFELD

Its been said SEINFELD is a show about nothing. But after reviewing its first season, Bob and Tim are prepared to defend it as the preeminent document of life in the '90s.  So how to reconcile this thesis with the bizzarro tone of its final seasons?  Its an in depth examination culminating in one of the most divisive finales since I MARRIED DORA told us it was cancelled.  

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059 ER SEASON 1

With all the Must-See TV that Bob and Tim must have seen, its a wonder they have yet to discuss the biggest prime-time blockbuster of the '90s, ER.   So today,  with Bob's professional opinion, they are downing a quadruple dose of Stringfield, Clooney, Edwards and La Salle.  But maybe "bypass" would have been the better reference there as Tim self-diagnoses his own hypochondria.

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047 THE X-FILES SEASON 1

No television show dominated Bob and Tim's TV set like the '90 paranormal phenomena, The X-Files. Well ... maybe Mystery Science Theater 3000.  And Friends.  And Two Guys, A Girl And A Pizza Place.   But since Ryan Reynolds never tweeted back, they are focusing special attention on those special agents Dana Katherine Scully and Fox Network Mulder.  

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043 CHRISTMAS EPISODES OF THE '80s & '90s

Its the most commercial time of the year, with many of them airing during Bob and Tim's favorite shows.  So in that money-sucking spirit they are tuning in to some (theoretically) festive episodes of some (questionably) classic sitcoms.  Seriously ... MORE Perfect Strangers?!?

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041 PERFECT STRANGERS

Bob and Tim were once real world roommates with sitcom intentions.  They based their episodic antics on such odd couplings as George and Jerry, Chandler and Joey and, the topic of today's episode, Larry and Balki.   Its a minimalistic dance of dispassionate joy as they look at how early "Perfect Strangers" influenced their apartment renting behaviors.

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034 X-MEN: THE ANIMATED SERIES

If there’s one thing Tim's wanted to do since this show began its talk comic books.  But seeing how no one is interested in The Inhumans, he and Bob have decided to don the yellow spandex of X-Men: The Animated Series.

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027 THE TICK

Membership in the Fox Kid’s Club was a demarcation of status to the middle school recess set.  Less so to a couple of 19 year olds.   Still, that’s not stopping Bob and Tim from flashing their credentials as they revisit a cartoon from their college years, THE TICK.

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016 THE REAL GHOSTBUSTERS

If there’s something strange in your Netflix queue, who you gonna call … keeping in mind, there are TWO Ghotbusters in the phone-book and the first one listed is not actually the real ones even though they’re technically the first ones.  Ahm … Bob and Tim are talking about the ones you remember … unless you got a thing for apes in cargo shorts.  Then we’re talking about the other ones.

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011 MISFITS OF SCIENCE

Bob may have once impacted the entire course of TV history.  And on today’s episode he shares that deep and darker secret alongside a discussion of the ‘80s cult TV show,  "MISFITS OF SCIENCE.“ Come for the Courtney Cox and stay for the Willie from ALF.

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