Friday Banger 2/2 - Kim Possible

"Christina Milian's masterpiece, 'Call Me, Beep Me' is the soundtrack to a generation. Written for 'Kim Possible' in 2002, it deftly captured the terrifying uncertainty of the time. Teens cried out, 'We all have beepers, but cell phones are becoming ubiquitous; what means of communication will I use in this confusing era?' Christina responded with a resounding: 'Both'." *

*An excerpt from "Kim Possible: A Retrospective," by Andrew Eric Davison, 2018, #FridayBanger Press

Friday Banger 12/29 - The Biskitts

For this week's Friday Banger, Andy wants us to consider the investment potential in 1983's "The Biskitts."

"Worried about your financial future? Take advantage of this opportunity today, and entrust all of your treasure to a strange species of tiny intelligent dogs, small enough to ride frogs as transportation, who live in a swamp and are apparently impossible to find."

Saturday Friday Banger 12/16 - Rude Dog and the Dweebs

Whoa look it's a special Saturday Friday Banger! It's getting posted today, instead of yesterday, is what's special about it. On purpose, not a mistake. Definitely not because I was up too late on Thursday night seeing Star Wars and forgot.

This week Kyle has chosen "Rude Dog and the Dweebs" (1989), a show he says was "truly the peak of the cool 'tude movement."

Friday Banger 12/8 - Pandamonium

Today's Friday Banger is potentially the SMT crew's favorite cartoon intro of all time: Pandamonium (1982).

Austin picked it, but he was, quote, "on a mountain in Maui" when I asked him for a comment. So, all I got was "Something something Mondraggor , ummmm, something about a steaming pile of infodump, I'm on a mountain right now," followed by a selfie of him on a mountain.

Friday Banger 12/1 - Hey Arnold!

Hey, Andy here, hijacking this week's Friday Banger to keep my Hey Arnold! good times rollin. Have you watched The Jungle Movie yet? NO? WHAT ARE YOU DOING. Go buy it on iTunes or YouTube or wherever you like buying things. If there's interest, we might get a 6th season out of Craig...

But for real, "Hey Arnold!" (1996) has one of the best theme songs of all time. Jim Lang is a magician.