"I'm the baby! Gotta love me!" Katie and Drew are back with an episode 60 million years in the making with a discussion about the TGIF hit, Dinosaurs. Listen as we talk about the show through its season two episodes "Endangered Species" and "A New Leaf," and maybe learn some very important lessons along the way. And, of course, we'd be remiss not to also cover the traumatizing and depressing series finale, "Changing Nature," because how could a show about Dinosaurs not end in tragedy?
It's time, at long last, to cover Katie's all-time favorite show—90s or otherwise—Friends. And just in time for its 25th anniversary! Listen as they discuss the iconic and legendary series through season one's "The One with the Blackout" and season four's "The One with the Embryos," all while Drew tries to stump Katie with some of the most obscure trivia questions he could find.
Next Time: Dinosaurs
"I like it. I like it a lot." Well, that's true for one of us, anyway. Can you guess who? Listen as Drew and Katie discuss one of three Jim Carrey movies released in 1994, Dumb and Dumber, and everything that helped it earn its very apt title.
Next Time: Friends!
"Do, do, do, do you have it?" Before American Ninja Warrior, 90s kids across the world (yes, THE WORLD) dreamed of testing their physical abilities on the unique action game show Nickelodeon Guts, and Drew and Katie are no exception. Listen as they discuss an episode from its first season (featuring someone who became so famous, Katie couldn't remember which boy band he was in) and another from the international sensation, Global Guts.
Next Time: A 90s Movie Break: Dumb and Dumber
Cory Matthews isn't the only one who's been wandering down this road that we call life, but now TFGIF is finally back, and this week we're talking about a show Katie whole-heartedly loved and Drew apparently...barely saw somehow? Listen in as we discuss Boy Meets World through season 1's "Teacher's Bet" and season 5's slasher classic "And Then There Was Shawn."
Next Time: Global GUTS
TFGIF's celebration of the holiday season continues, and this time we're talking about our favorite festive movies from the 90s, such as Home Alone and Jingle All the Way. But that's not all! Join us as we remember which toys all 90s kids had at the top of their wishlists, read an actual letter Katie wrote to Santa Claus in 1994, and discuss the results of some holiday-themed polls from our Twitter feed.
It's a Christmas miracle! TFGIF is back with a new episode! And this time, Drew and Katie are mixing things up a little, talking about holiday-themed episodes from six different 90s shows: Hey Arnold, Rugrats, Rocko's Modern Life, Boy Meets World, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Full House. What are our own Christmas traditions? What present do we both hope to get from Santa each year, now that we're adults? Listen in and find out!
Pop quiz, hot shots! There's a bus with Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock and a bomb on it. What do you do? You watch the damn movie and listen to Katie and Drew dissect the bus jump, the sexiness of Keanu and Sandra's closing line. Join us in our review of Speed and enjoy a movie that holds up surprisingly well!
Next Friday: Family Matters
It's been a busy summer, but Drew and Katie are back at long last—along with their horror-obsessed friend Sarah—to discuss the show every 90s kid feared: Are You Afraid of the Dark? Listen in as they talk about season 5's "The Tale of the Dead Man's Float" and season 3's "The Tale of the Dollmaker," along with all the scary movies that terrified them as kids. Spoiler alert: It's all of them.
Next Friday: 90s MOVIE BREAK! Speed!
Damn, Gina!! Join Katie and Drew this week as they revisit Martin and all its crazy characters through season 2's "Suspicious Minds" and season 3's "Mother of the Bride." Listen as they discuss stuffed dog-aided interrogations, wedding planning procedures, and the insane number of characters Martin Lawrence played on the show, along with which details would be different if the show had been made today.
Two Fridays Away: Are You Afraid of the Dark? - TBD
Drew and Katie are joined by their friend Lynn to talk about J.J. Abrams' first TV show, Felicity, through its season one episode "Gimme an O!" and season two's "The List." An iconic haircut? A love pentagon? Time travel?! This really did show have it all, and we discuss as much of it as we possibly can remember. (And...sorry for the release delay due to technical issues!)
Next Friday: Martin - Suspicious Minds and Mother of the Bride
It's a Sick Sad World, and this week Drew and Katie are talking about MTV's misanthropic teen Daria through season 1's "The Misery Chick" and season 3's "Daria!" (the musical episode). How many tangents can they fit into an hour? Find out! And, of course, this is yet another 90s show with a reboot in the works, so that's discussed, too!
Next Friday: Felicity - Gimme an O! and The List
"Quack! Quack! Quack!" Katie and Drew relive 1992's The Mighty Ducks this week with their first 90s movie discussion, and boy does Drew have a lot of issues with a movie he loves so much. Listen in as they talk about Gordon Bombay's terrible coaching, weird 90s racism in a kids movie, and the useless love story scenes!
Next Friday: Daria - Misery Chick and Daria! (The Musical)
Drew and Katie talk about the SNICK classic from Nickelodeon, Kenan & Kel, through season 1's "Baggin' Saggin' Kel" and season 2's "Ditch Day Afternoon." Listen as they reminisce about the theme song (and intro credits) by Coolio, the stars' feature film Good Burger, and the show's surprising guest stars.
Next Friday: Our very first movie episode, The Mighty Ducks
Drew and Katie are back with a look at the classic (and rebooted!) Will & Grace, discussing season 1's "The Unsinkable Mommy Adler" and season 2's "Homo for the Holidays." Listen in as we relive some of our favorite moments, including the flamboyant shenanigans of Jack, the insanity of Karen, and the crazy amount of special guests who dotted the show's original run.
Next Friday: Kenan & Kel - Baggin' Saggin' Kel and Ditch Day Afternoon
Oh Mylanta! Join Katie and Drew this week as they finally crash into Full House with season 3's "Honey, I Broke the House" and season 5's "Sisters in Crime." Listen in as they talk about how awesome Stephanie was, the 90s-ness of everyone's clothes, and how the adults were all incredibly shitty guardians. And Drew gets incredulous while Katie describes the show's gender-swapped Netflix reboot, Fuller House.
Honey, I Broke the House (Season 3)
Sisters in Crime (Season 5)
Next Friday: Will and Grace - "The Unsinkable Mommy Adler" and "Homo for the Holidays"
Drew and Katie revisit a show that—amazingly—neither of them has really seen before: The WB's Dawson's Creek. Joined by Katie's cousin Jobie (from the podcast Wines 'n' Headlines), they talk about the pilot episode and the season three finale, "True Love." There's a lot of ground to cover, but listen in as they get into the absurd dialogue, the 90s perfection of Jen's boyfriend Henry and how the characters really are some of the most sex-obsessed teens on TV.
Next Friday: Full House - "Honey, I Broke the House" and "Sisters in Crime"
Join Drew and Katie this week as they go into one of their favorite game shows, Legends of the Hidden Temple! Through its episodes "Galileo's Cannonball" and "John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine," they talk about host Kirk Fogg, the ridiculous of young teenage contestants, the terrifying temple guards, and the joys of watching people fail at the Shrine of the Silver Monkey.
Next Friday: Dawson's Creek - "Pilot" and "True Love"
Join Katie and Drew as they journey back through the strange world of The Tom Green Show through season 1's episode 4 and season 2's episode 10. Katie tries to find something good to say about the show and the infamous "Bum Bum Song" is revisited, along with its surprising connection to Seattle. Plus, Drew reminisces about the horrible mess that was Freddy Got Fingered.
Next Friday: Legends of the Hidden Temple - "Galileo's Cannonball" and "John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine"
It's time for Animannnnniacs! Join Katie and Drew as they relive the zany adventures of the Warner Siblings—Yakko, Wakko, and Dot—along with all of their co-stars, on the classic (and soon-to-be-rebooted) cartoon. They take a look at season 1's "Hooked on a Ceiling/Goodfeathers: The Beginning" and season 5's "Cute First (Ask Questions Later)/Acquaintances/Here Comes Attila/Boo Wonder," while Drew talks gangster movie references and Katie gets to break down a parody of Friends!
Next Friday: The Tom Green Show - Episode 4 and Episode 10