Saved by The Max – Lawrence leaves Michael forever or until next week when they are back together. For now Lawrence visits this pop up diner with a collection of former guest hosts. The Max was the local campus hangout for the students of Bayside High. It was where the Bayside Tigers would celebrate before and after games. It was owned by a magician named “Max”. The gang heads there to go down memory lane and some good eats.
1980’s Films Made in the 90’s – Michael and Lawrence sit down with Kevin Smokler who has written Brat Pack America: Visiting Cult Movies of the ’80s, a celebration on everything 80s! We look at films of the 1990’s through a prism as if they we made and cherished as mush as our 1980s films. Listen to another one of our fantastic voyages back to the greatest decade of all.
Staci Layne Wilson Interview – Michael and Lawrence are given the gift of having the opportunity to sit down with Staci and discuss everything 80’s. Want sex, drugs, and rock n roll? It’s all here. But what is so moving about Staci Layne Wilson’s unconventional coming-of-age story is that in spite of her rocky childhood, she describes her parents with deep affection, generosity, and pride. We are spoiled please give it a listen.
Diane Franklin Interview – Star of Last American Virgin and Better Off Dead join us here on the Awesome 80s Podcast. Our dreams are coming true and yours should too, listen to this episode. Lawrence and Michael are blessed enough to be alive on this planet at this exact time to have this experience. Please give it a listen! It will give you a glimpse into the world of this 80’s actress that all of us couldn’t help but fall in love with.
Spies Like Us – Michael and Lawrence are joined by Stand up Comedian Jackie Havy to review the 80’s classic. When it comes to WWIII it’s nothing but laughs:) Two low-level government employees, Emmitt Fitz-Hume (played by Chevy Chase) and Austin Milbarge (Dan Aykroyd), are chosen for a top-secret CIA mission. With spies like these who needs enemies