Two guys reliving their childhoods through TV shows from the 70s and 80s.
The Twilight Zone - William Shatner Episodes
We are talking about the Nick of Time and Nightmare at 20,000 Feet episodes of The Twilight Zone that featured William Shatner. We figured since he went to space recently we should do something that involved him.
CHiPs - Trick or Trick
Ponch and Jon love halloween so much they scare a kid enough to runaway, catch a ghostly robber and bust a lady stealing candy.
Scarecrow and Mrs. King - The First Time
Scarecrow is a spy. Mrs. King is not. But, she gets caught in the middle of a mission and ends up helping solve a case.
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979)
Buck Rogers is a man from the 20th Century who gets frozen in his spaceship and makes it back to Earth but in the 25th Century. And boy have things changed.
Fantasy Island - 2021 and Charlie's Cherubs
We talk a bit about the Fantasy Island reboot and then break down and episode from 1978.
Quincy - Go Fight City Hall...To Death
Quincy is a Medical Examiner who gets too close to the case. This causes problems with his boss, the police and his girlfriend.
So many shows I once watched faithfully, but have been long forgotten in the clutter of on-demand and streaming content - this is a great throw back! Love the chemistry between the two Mike’s and thank you for helping me remember some of my favorite shows and some I still can’t believed I watched!
Get trip down TV memory lane
Love the back and forth conversation between the two Mikes. Listening to episodes brings back good memories from childhood and like that there are quick to reply on social media regarding future episode suggestions.
Hilarous and Nostalgic
As someone from a slightly different era, I can greatly appreciate sensation of going back to your childhood to explore the media that influenced you. The two Mikes on this show do such a fantastic job digging into their past with a whole lot of delicious humor. If you're a fan of the 70s and 80s, you'll get a lot out of this show, but especially lots and lots of giggles. Great work here, Mikeseses!