Podcast #61 – Beverly Hills, 90210

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by Corey Chapman @chapmanrunner on February 27, 2013

in Podcast

Potomac, 20854 just doesn’t have that ring to it.

Nor does Moose Knuckle, 54321.

So it was probably smart that Aaron Spelling decided on Beverly Hills, 90210.

The groundbreaking 90s teen drama is what brings Joe, Tank, and Corey together for Episode 61 of the podcast. They breakdown the entire series (or at least the seasons they watched) which include which character they related to the most, who they would “Garth their Jennie” to, and what was up with Steve Sanders’ curly mullet.

There is also 90210 trivia and a quiz! As always, the show starts off focused and takes a left turn into chaos. Senior Innuendo returns and a new USF correspondent makes his debut.

Some of the topics discussed include:

  • Gabriel Carteris’ AARP status
  • Sandy Duncan’s glass eye
  • Color Me Badd
  • ALF
  • Strong Museum of (Ass) Play
  • Shooting the dog

 

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  • SharePointJoe

    Yes. Rebecca Gayheart was shot and not blown up. Before anyone decides to correct me. I need to obviously touch up on my info on the topic. Ha!

  • http://eclectikrelaxation.com eclectik

    Now THIS is a topic I coulda participated in, I await entertainment when I listen tomorrow

    • https://twitter.com/#!/chapmanrunner Corey Chapman

      hope you enjoy it, e.

  • http://www.williambrucewest.com Will

    Great episode, as always. Not enough love for crazy ass Emily Valentine, though. And I think I’m the only person alive who crushed on Andrea. I liked her because she was the poor kid who didn’t belong. Plus, it always bothered me that Brandon & Brenda didn’t stay grounded. The show began as this fish out water tale of a midwestern family moving to Beverly Hills. Brandon & Brenda fit in almost immediately, so there was very little culture shock.

    As for the Potomac thing, I’m VERY familiar with that (my zip is 20851), so I probably would’ve related to it more than BH, but I know that’s not true for most of the country.

  • http://eclectikrelaxation.com @eclectik

    The show was pretty damn good

    Video Squad
    Anita McDonald sings the hits

    I had a Crush on Donna … it was the boobz

    I like the quizzes, I’d like them more if there was a competitive vibe to them

    The fun facts and the guest star search was entertaining

    Tweet of the week remix is a thumbs up

    Chappy Gilmore has a character now, thats good

    I’ve seen every episode of the now canceled reboot … judge me.

    I THINK I liked this better than the Saved By the Bell

    More production elements too … fancy.

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