Gabbing Geek 41: The Unbelievable 90s

Gabbing Geek 41: The Unbelievable 90s
Gabbing Geek 41: The Unbelievable 90s

It’s another fun look back to a decade of geekiness as the Gabbing Geek podcast episode 41 presents The Unbelievable 90s!  We cover movie trivia, soundtracks, and play a few rounds of ROD with 90s movies.  Give it a listen now or jump after the break to read more!

We had so much fun covering the 1980s a few episodes ago that we’re taking it up a notch with Episode 41: The Unbelievable 90s!  We start off with some amazing 90s movie trivia by Jenny.  The 80s game saw Watson fall to the awesome trivial knowledge of Ryan—who will come out on top for the next decade?

With trivia out of the way we each cover our top three 1990s soundtrack songs.  Will your favorite make the cut?

And finally we wrap up this fun and geeky look back at the last decade of the millennium with Rent, Own, Delete (ROD) with 90s movies.  Tough choices all around—what would you choose?

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Ryan Garcia

Father of two boys, husband, attorney for Dell (Social Media, Retail, Gaming), Broadway geek, comic book geek, science fiction geek, gadget geek.

4 thoughts on “Gabbing Geek 41: The Unbelievable 90s”

  1. The only Friday The 13th movie released in the 90’s: Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday. 🙂

    Just for comparisons sake, there were 2 Halloween and 2 Nightmare on Elm Street movies released in the 90’s.

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      1. Like the rules that say the best soundtracks of the 90s all had songs that were 20 years old at the time the movie came out?

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