Now here's a story all about how Shaun and Megan watched some 90's TV and did a podcast about it. Take a trip through our generation's tv history, one show at a time - featuring the hits (and misses) of teen TV shows.
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Before directing global mega-smashes Ghostbusters, Bridesmaids and a bunch of episodes on your favourite TV shows, Paul Feig conjured up Freaks and Geeks. Megan and Shaun are joined by comedian and writer Brydie Lee-Kennedy to take a fresh look at a show cut down in its prime, stacked with talent, actual believable characters, great writing and most importantly of all, Biff from Back to the Future. Are you a Freak or a Geek? Hang Time has the answers
Shaun and Megan head back to 1980s Canada for Degrassi: Junior High, with special guest comedian and Canadian Ian T Day (Fact Up, Free Association). Sex, politics, bullying, sibling issues, jealous friends, wheeler dealing, and that's just episode one, Degrassi has it all, including possibly the most annoying theme tune to date. Another hidden gem from the country that gave us politeness, maple syrup and Justin Trudeau.
Mo to the! E to the! Mo to the! E to the! This week Shaun and Megan discuss Moesha ('96 - '01), a coming-of-age family show with singer Brandy Norwood at the helm.
You don’t wanna wait for this episode, because we’ve got Rachel Parris in the studio with us to talk about iconic 90′s teen drama Dawson’s Creek (’98-’03).
Get ready to rumble this week with our first look at a teen show from the UK! Byker Grove ('89-'06) spanned several generations of the troubled youth of Newcastle.
We’re back with the other Savage Brother, aka the first Savage brother, aka Fred Savage, aka Kevin Arnold, aka the first inductee into Megan’s 90′s Crush Hall of Fame. Also we talk about this TV show called The Wonder Years (’88 - ‘93)
Boy oh boy, the 90′s loved a coming-of-age family show. This episode’s offering is Boy Meets World (’93-’00), aka the Love Story of Cory & Topanga.
Now here's a story all about how Shaun and Megan watched some 90's TV and did a podcast about it. This time they discuss the lasting impression of the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, from Will Smith's impressive comedy chops, to Will Smith's impressive dramatic chops, to the impressive and iconic theme tune.
Listener beware... you're in for a scare! Just in time for the new movie re-boot Shaun & Megan take a look at R.L. Stine's original '95-'98 Goosebumps series, and ask "But why?"
Hosts Shaun Lothian and Megan Ford discuss the Nickelodeon classic ('91-'94) starring future teenage witch Melissa Joan Hart as the coolest kid you wished you knew.
(Hosts Shaun Lowthian and Megan Ford) discuss the eponymous show that sparked the idea for the podcast. Hang Time (95-'00 ) was a US teen sitcom about a high school basketball team.