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Pop Culture Affidavit Episode 40: What Happens When People Stop Being Polite and Start Gettin’ Real

Tom Panarese December 10, 2014


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We’re nearing the end of 1994: The Most Important Year of the Nineties and in the penultimate episode of the series, I’m showcasing what is one of the most important television series of the Nineties, The Real World. Specificlally, I take a look at season three: San Francisco, which starred Judd Winick, Pedro Zamora, and “Puck.” The episode includes a run-down of the history of The Real World up to that point, a look at the season and then a look at the season’s legacy as well as Winick’s 2000 graphic novel, Pedro and Me.

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Pop Culture Affidavit Episode 39: Must See TV!

Tom Panarese November 23, 2014

It’s Thanksgiving time and 1994: The Most Important Year of the Nineties continues with a look at the biggest night of network television that year–NBC’s Thursday night Must See TV […]

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