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38 – Swamp Thing (1990) – “The Emerald Heart” w/ Stefan Halley

Before DC Universe launches their new Swamp Thing, we’re taking a look at the first episode of the 1990 live action series that aired on USA! This episode features one of the best scenes in TV history.

In 1990, after the success of the two Swamp Thing movies, actor and stuntman Dick Durock took up the mantle again for three seasons on USA. Mark Lindsay Chapman took over the role of Dr. Anton Arcane and the two battled each other in the swamp along with a spare kid Jim and a bunch of mutants in nonsensical plots.

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36 – Baywatch Nights – “Pursuit” (1995) w/ Zedrick Bordelon

After the sun goes down, things really heat up when we take on 1995’s Baywatch Nights with Zedrick Bordelon!

In 1995, David Hasselhoff decided just one Baywatch show wasn’t enough: we needed two! So he created Baywatch Nighs, a show about Hasselhoff as a private detective with Gregalan Williams and Angie Harmon where they take on the sexiest cases…and later aliens…and time travel.
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25 – Airwolf – “Shadow of the Hawke” (1984) (w/ Thomas the Tank)

We’re starting 2019 with one of the most iconic shows of all time: Airwolf! Guest starring Thomas the Tank.

In 1984, CBS decided to capitalize on the movie Blue Thunder with a super helicopter show, created by Donald Bellisario, who also created Magnum PI. Starring Jan Michael Vincent, Ernest Borgnine and Alex Cord, the show only ran for 4 seasons before being canceled due to low ratings.

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18 – VIP (1998) Retrospective & What’s Next

We’re looking back at Pam Anderson’s VIP from 1998 and we’re looking forward to our Thanksgiving special: the Thanksgiving Promise from 1986 starring Jason Bateman and the entire Beau Bridges clan!

As part of the Wonderful World of Disney, ABC aired The Thanksgiving Promise, a tv movie based on a book, starring Beau Bridges, Lloyd Bridges, Jeff Bridges, Jordan Bridges, Courtney Thorne-Smith, and Jason Bateman! The story focuses on a mopey teen who’s given the job of raising a goose for Thanksgiving slaughter.

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