Broadcast News and Moonstruck were both released on the exact same day: Dec. 16, 1987. Both were Oscar-nominated movies with stellar casts. But which was the better romantic comedy? Guest hosts Jen with One N and Gayle in DC join the show this week to render judgement.
Plus full seggies and a special offer from Draft Kings. And don’t forget there’s less than 90 days to The 80s Cruise. There are still cabins available so come join Spearsy, B-Rad, Rick Springfield, Loverboy, Berlin, the MTV veejays and many more.
Pee Wee Herman, Alf and even He-Man had holiday TV specials in the ’80s. But were they any good? (One is just downright bizarre. Okay, so all three were.) Here are the holiday TV specials we grew up with in our beloved decade – along with three other classics from previous decades.
This episode of Stuck in the ’80s is sponsored by Draft Kings and The 80s Cruise. Listen to the show for a special offer from Draft Kings. And use the promo code STUCK when booking The 80s Cruise.
Not just another podcast about ’80s Christmas music. We go dark for the holidays with our depressing songs of the season playlist. Oh, Brad tries to save the day with happier songs, but his choices are suspect at best.
Featuring songs by The Waitresses, Erasure and more.
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It was a wild week in Punta Cana in November for the first-ever 80s in the Sand. Stuck in the ’80s videographer Curtis Lanclos was there to capture the “family friendly” footage. (But oh there was so much more.)
If you’re interested in the 2018 version of the 80s in the Sand, part of the lineup has just been announced: Bret Michaels, Taylor Dayne, John Waite, Sebastian Bach, Berlin, The Romantics, Jody Watley, Midnight Star, Honeymoon Suite and When in Rome UK. More announcements are expected soon.
How did we go this long in Stuck in the ’80s history without honoring “The Untouchables?” Maybe we were just waiting for the right moment – like the flick turning 30 years old.
Still, Spearsy and Brad in LA do their best to show why “The Untouchables” is still untouchable. The story. The city. The style. Here endeth the lesson.
Stuck in the ’80s is sponsored by The 80s Cruise. There are still cabins left on the 2018 voyage, featuring performances by Rick Springfield, Loverboy, Billy Ocean, Lou Gramm, Berlin, Mike + The Mechanics, Katrina of Katrina and the Waves, Thomas Dolby and The Tubes.