The 80s was a special time.  TV was dominated by the action shows, where the men saved orhanages from Columbian drug lords and corrupt businessmen, usually while driving a cool vehicle.  Our co-hosts, Deanna Toxopeus and Gary Mitchel, having watched more than their fair share of these shows, gathered up some other action afitionadoes. Joining them on the trip down memory lane are Nathan Laws and Dan Haight.  Also included is a special visit from Joe Crowe! They discuss the greatest contribution to cinema from the 80s, the musical montage, along with Gary’s obsession with breakfast ceral and the whole genre being a Robin Hood metaphor.

Our theme music this episode is “Cultists On Board” by the Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy of Divine Industries.

A reminder about our feedback address: revcast@revolutionsf.com.  Have you flipped a K-Car?

The 80s was a special time.  TV was dominated by the action shows, where the men saved orhanages from Columbian drug lords and corrupt businessmen, usually while driving a cool vehicle.  Our co-hosts, Deanna Toxopeus and Gary Mitchel, having watched more than their fair share of these shows, gathered up some other action afitionadoes. Joining them on the trip down memory lane are Nathan Laws and Dan Haight.  Also included is a special visit from Joe Crowe! They discuss the greatest contribution to cinema from the 80s, the musical montage, along with Gary’s obsession with breakfast ceral and the whole genre being a Robin Hood metaphor.

Our theme music this episode is “Cultists On Board” by the Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy of Divine Industries.

A reminder about our feedback address: revcast@revolutionsf.com.  Have you flipped a K-Car?

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