TRN Podcast 046 – Random ’90s Things

Jason and Mickey return to talk random ’90s stuff! We had a great time two weeks ago in the ’80s that we are back to hang out in the ’90s. First, we catch up on our personal lives and see what we’ve been watching and doing to pass the time at home. Then, you’ll hear this week’s Recurrent Events headlines including:

  • Boba Fett in Season 2 of The Mandalorian
  • MTV broadcasts on the Internet Archive (now gone)
  • National Treasure TV series on Disney+
  • Sweet Child O’ Mine adapted as a kids book

In this week’s TRN Time Machine segment sponsored by the RetroDaze, Jason and Mickey take a trip back to the ’90s and bring three random things to talk about from TV to music to life events. We also tell about how the ’90s decade in general is distinctive from our ’80s experience. We had tons of great feedback from Twitter in response to this week’s topic so we’ll be spending a good portion of the show sharing listener comments.

We finish up this week’s show by revealing next week’s topic, our podcast schedule for this coming week, and more content to explore on The Retro Network website and Patreon page.

To interact with the podcast, please connect with @TRNsocial on Twitter which is where we look for feedback to add to the show. If you enjoy the TRN Podcast and others in the channel like the new ’90s wrestling podcast The House Show and WIZARDS: The Podcast Guide to Comics, please leave a 5-star rating in your favorite app. Support us on Patreon for bonus content including the TRN Drive-In ’95 podcast series reviewing 12 movies from 1995 and the Grocery Stories mini-podcasts series on our experiences working at grocery stores back in the day. Choose your level of TRN fandom which starts at just $2!

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'80s Kid, '90s Grad, and '00s Dad. I've been writing and podcasting about 1980s pop culture since 2011 at my website. I collect vinyl, cassingles, '80s comics, Batman memorabilia, and all things Mobile Armored Strike Kommand.