Retro Late Fee
Summary: You know the date today? Well for us it's twenty-five years before that. We cover pop culture and news as if we are living in the past. Retro Late Fee, all the latest from 25 years ago!
Michelle Pfeiffer decides to try and teach a group of children about Bob Dylan and his obsession with drugs. A smart mom pulls her kids out of the school. Teen pregnancy is normalized and a woman cheats on her man after he is thrown in jail. The guy gets even though. Don't forget to enter our contest: https://retrolatefee.com/?page_id=33
The gang plays a high-stakes game of telephone where the fate of a future family and the well-being of a baby hang in the balance. They don't take it too seriously though. Andrea develops a gambling addiction as a coping mechanism for her unrequited love of Brandon. Don't forget to enter our contest: https://retrolatefee.com/?page_id=33
Julia Roberts and Dennis Quaid are giving us plenty to talk about this week. Also Windows 95 might be a big hit for Bill Gates and Disney has finalized a purchase of ABC that will turn them into a modern day Atlas! Don't forget to enter our contest for awesome 90210 merch: https://retrolatefee.com/
People sure are talking this week as Brandon and Andrea join forces with John to try and make condoms available to all! Brenda and Dylan have a fight and David wonders if he should make a move on Donna. Don't forget to enter our contest to win awesome 90210 merch! https://retrolatefee.com/
Sandra Bullock finds a computer disk that contains a back door to a system to allow a person to control basically every computer on Earth. It's like if Anonymous started in 1995. Did they? I have no idea. Dennis Miller also makes an appearance to bob his head and say, "What's up babe?"
On this episode Brandon (Jason Priestly) uncovers steroid abuse amongst the track team. Will he uncover the truth or will the track team just be really really good.
This week we talk about so many things: the internet, Charlie Sheen, Heidi Fleiss, and a fantastic movie called Clueless with Alicia Silverstone and Paul Rudd!
On this episode Brandon decides to go after another woman who will eventually have nothing to do with him. Brenda sells some stuff.
I think Nine Months was named after the jail time that Hugh Grant was facing. Julianne Moore shines as does Joan Cusack, Jeff Goldblum, Tom Arnold, and any other keywords you can think of. Chris Columbus directed it. Listen to our thoughts.
It's a Steve Sanders (Ian Ziering) episode and everyone is being affected by one student at West Beverly. I swear these kids are more entangled in each other's lives than cult members.
Today we watch Apollo 13 and then talk about it. That's kinda how all this stuff works.
Emily (Christine Elise McCarthy) is still around but that might prove too much for good old Brandon Walsh (Jason Priestly). Brenda Walsh (Shannen Daugherty) is up to no good with Dylan Mccay (Luke Perry) and Donna (Tori Spelling), Andrea (Gabriella Carteris?; I'm not looking up any more names), Steve (Ian Flemming), and Kelly (Jennie Garth and Wayne) build a float...someone told me to include a lot of names for keyword stuff.
Can they take freedom? Can they take lives? I don't know, but I do know that Mel Gibson's epic has Carol and I a little bit divided. Who loved it? Who hated it? Guess you'll just have to listen.
Emily takes the gang to an undercover club and Brandon tries some drugs without his knowledge. It turns out as well as unwanted druggings usually do.
This week we dive into Crimson Tide. Get it? Dive, because it's a submarine...anyway, Carol also teaches me how to pronounce words.