80s, 90s, Blog, Saturday Recap — April 12, 2014 10:20 am

Saturday Morning Recap: Vol. 3

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Remember when Saturday mornings were worth getting up for? While we can’t provide a four-hour block of programming, here’s some retro news you may have missed (or simply want to revisit) from the past week.

Saturday’s Cartoon:

Muppet BAAAAABIES. This is “Gonzo’s Video Show”, better known as “That episode of Muppet Babies with the Star Wars stuff in it”.


Insert joke about Hollywood running out of original films to make, while being fully aware that Linz can barely hold in her excitement for Terminator 5. But no, seriously. A Police Academy reboot is happening courtesy of Key & Peele. Fingers crossed for a cartoon reboot!

There’s also a lot of buzz this week about a Wreck-It Ralph sequel already in development.  Here’s hoping for another Buckner & Garcia track!




(Source: DIY LOL)
The Truman Show is being developed for television. Sorry for exploding your head. Also, a Terminator series. And a Terminator movie later. Linz so happy.


Julie Brown is wrapping up a musical based on her 80s novelty classic “Homecoming Queen’s Got a Gun”.  No, we’re not kidding.  There really is a musical based on this 30 year old song.

In other news, a fan recently asked Yoko Ono if John Lennon ever revealed the true secrets behind the “Paul is dead” hoax.  She kind of dodged a direct answer to the question on her weekly Q&A, leaving yet another mysterious clue to analyze.




Comic book staple Archie is turned into a snuff series. Archie bites it in Life With Archie #36, hitting shelves in July, leaving everyone asking… WTF?

In Case You Missed It:


We let our Canadian show with an article on 6 Defunct Canadian Stores with Unusual Names.


Our first round of nostalgia moments you forgot dropped this week.  This time we covered a popular MTV favorite of the 90s.




Rediscover the 80s’ The Weekly Links rounds up some more awesome stuff on Wednesdays, so be sure to check that out!


WWE Wrestler The Ultimate Warrior passed away on April 8 at the age of 54.

Screen legend Mickey Rooney left us this week, as well.  Readers of the site are probably most familiar with his 80s and 90s work on films such as The Fox and the Hound, The Care Bears Movie, Little Nemo, and more recently an appearance in The Muppets.

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