Flopcast episode 186 — this week our excruciating ten-part look at the 80s brings us to 1986! ‘Twas the year we danced on the ceiling, had fun tonight, and were rocked by Amadeus (which explains the headache we’ve had for the last thirty years). Kornflake tells us about the 1986 reopening of the Statue of Liberty, which had spent much of the 80s surrounded by scaffolding, while construction workers added giant shoulder pads and one massive sequin glove. Meanwhile Kevin recalls the high school sitcom Head of the Class, in which a bunch of genius kids learned simple life lessons from Doctor Johnny Fever. Also: Kevin and the Mayor are back from their goofy Caribbean cruise, during which they tried (and failed) to avoid people, reggae, piano bars, napkin folding demonstrations, and pretty much anything that wasn’t a howler monkey.