078 SUMMER BLOCKBUSTERS OF THE 1980S

With the summer heat crashing their weather channel apps, Bob and Tim are taking solace in the cinema of their youth.  And what unfolds out of focus are the big screen projections that initiated their life-long exploration of pop culture.

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058 TOP FIVE ALBUMS OF THE 1990S: TIM EDITION

Previously on 20th Century Podcast, Bob precision-picked the definitive list of impactive '90s albums.  It is now one week later and they are going to do that exact same thing again, only this time it's Tim who is embarking on that middling, mid-life act of fading relevance.

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057 TOP FIVE ALBUMS OF THE 1990S: BOB EDITION

We can thank Nick Hornby (or curse John Cusack) for that middle-aged, music-snob curation of  "The Dessert Island Top Five."   And, while the typo leans toward a bunch of "Cake" references, Bob and Tim have actually put a lot of thought into compiling this compilation.  So much, in fact, that its going to take TWO episodes to get though. 

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049 FAVORITE ALBUMS FROM HIGH SCHOOL

Today's episode is going up a little later than normal because that's how long it took to rewind the tape.  Which tape?  How about Del La Soul, Living Color and Ned's Atomic Dustbin?  It's Bob and Tim's favorite albums from High school, even though "album" is not the proper media designation as they had them on cassettes and CDs.

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046 NINETEEN NINETY-THREE

Its another crappy end to yet another crappy year so why not put on the blinders of nostalgia and celebrate 1993 instead.  That's what Bob and Tim are attempting to do with this year-end look-back at an age that predates Clerks, Friends and The Spice Girls.  Come drop a ball on their first year together complete with a Chevy Chase Show shout-out.

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017 COMEDY FILMS OF THE 1980S

Might this be an entire episode based on HOT TO TROT?  THE WRONG GUYS?  ZAPPED?  MY DEMON LOVER?  HEARTBEEPS?  CADDYSHACK II?  Join Bob and Tim as they talk their favorite 80s comedies, not as the adults as they are now but as the SHORT CIRCUIT fans they were then.

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