In this episode Brendan Crates returns to talk about b-movie awesomeness and 80s nostalgia with Mars Attacks and Masters of the Universe.

Mars Attacks
Release: 1996
Director: Tim Burton
Stars: Jack Nicholson, Pierce Brosnan, Sarah Jessica Parker, Annette Bening, Glenn Close, Danny DeVito, Martin Short, Michael J. Fox, Tom Jones, Natalie Portman, Pam Grier, Jack Black

Masters of the Universe
Release: 1987
Director: Gary Goodard
Stars: Dolph Lundgren, Frank Langella, Courtney Cox, Robert Duncan McNeil

Sweet-Bee

That’s the name of the doll I couldn’t remember. Here is the best pic of the doll I could find and the character in the show.

Also, I remembered I had this book. It was one of those read-along-with-the-tape books. I don’t think I have the tape anymore but I am 98% sure I still have the book.

Super 7 – Destroying a Dog

This is what it looks like.

And here is the card it is based on.

Tower of Babel

Ok, so, this is actually a myth that tried to explain why there are different languages. I definitely wasn’t right.

Rosetta Stone

The Rosetta stone was the key to deciphering Egyptian script as it had the same decree written on it in 3 languages allowing scholars to piece together words and phrases and compare it to other Egyptian texts they had previously encountered.

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