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Sunday chat returns: Anniversary edition



Sixteencandles That's right, after giving us a shot at much-needed social lives on Sunday nights, the live chat returns this weekend to Stuck in the 80s.

The topic this Sunday: We blow out the candles and celebrate the three-year anniversary of Stuck in the 80s by chatting up the biggest hits and misses of the last 135 shows. And we look ahead to Year 4 with your suggestions on topics we haven't touched yet.

It was July 22, 2005 when Gina Vivinetto and I recorded Episode #1, a 13-minute tribute to "The Breakfast Club." Only 13 minutes, you ask? It was supposed to be only 5 minutes long and fit inside another podcast that was already producing. My bad.

Sure, we've had some miscues. Our show about The Cars lacked any real zing. My interview with Andrew Dice Clay was a rough show. And when Cathy Wos and Sean Daly spent a half hour beating on my skull during our "St. Elmo's Fire" episode, I about left town.

So join us Sunday night at 9 p.m. Eastern time and we'll sit around the campfire and roast a few more episodes. Maybe a few former hosts will make surprise appearances.

[Last modified: Wednesday, June 9, 2010 2:36pm]


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