Blog, Saturday Recap — February 28, 2015 9:54 am

Saturday Morning Recap: Vol. 48

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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 Morning Programming:

Last week we watched M.A.S.K. This week, we’re watching The Mask. Sorry.

Video Games:

SHIT JUST GOT REAL. An unfinished version of Sonic X-Treme (well, one level of it) is available for download.

And here’s a little more info about the release:



They Might Be Giants posted a live version of their classic Flood album… and it’s free!  Also, be sure you’re keeping up with their 52 songs in 52 weeks project at


Universal is hinting at some big Back to the Future event, marked as #BTTF2015.  Could it be a comeback of Back to the Future: The Ride?  No, probably not, but we can dream of altering the timeline so that the ride never closed, right?  Writer/producer Bob Gale has gone on record many times as saying there won’t be a re-boot or Part IV, so it might turn out to be something pretty great for fans!


Terminator Genisys (sigh) isn’t out until July 1, but Arnold says witty catchprase in relation to two Terminator movies beyond Genisys in 2017 and 2018.


First Look: The Girls Rock Out In First Official Photo Of Jon M. Chu’s Jem & The Holograms.


Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday Lands Netflix Slate Slot With Judd Apatow Producing Return Of The Bow-Tied Boy.


The Breakfast Club headed back to theaters for 30th anniversary, so check that out on March 26.


Disney XD To Reboot ‘Ducktales’ Animated Series For 2017 Launch.


Netflix is rebooting Inspector Gadget AND Danger Mouse which means we’re getting close to rebooting/revamping/whatever everything ever.

In Case You Missed It:


Lee started off the week with 6 Seinfeld Stars in Commercials.


And Linz continued watching commercials to come up with 7 Unlikely Celebrities in Video Game Commercials.


Also, we can’t figure out #dressgate, either.



As always, make sure you check out the Rediscover the 80s’ Weekly Links!



Sadly, Leonard Nimoy passed away on Friday at the age of 83.

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