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It's a Dueling Decades retro throwback with one of our favorite guests of all time, Daniel Baldwin!

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

As a lot of our loyal fans are aware, for a long time we used to have another show called Poop Culture. When we folded the show to go fulltime with Dueling Decades, we left behind a lot of really great interviews! Well, since we're on a vacation week, we decided to release some of these old "fireside" chats with various guests. This episode was really a surprise to us because it occurred only 29 episodes into that show. That night, we were all prepared to have a special effects artist on the show, and we were all ready to rock. Two hours prior to showtime, we got a call from his agent that he had an emergency and had to back out of the show. That same agent said, "if you want, I could call Daniel Baldwin if you're interested". Well, the rest was history! 

Daniel Baldwin is a fantastic talker and storyteller! Listen to Mancrush and former co-host Jay Biglove chat it up with Mr. Baldwin, you won't be disappointed. Danny talks to us about growing up Baldwin and being one of the famous Baldwin brothers. He talks about terrorizing his sister’s boyfriends and even sings us a tune that is shockingly impressive. Dan also discusses Celebrity Big Brother, reality TV, and we brainstorm our own celebrity beatdown challenge. We also get some behind the scenes info on Celebrity Rehab, John Carpenter, Homicide: Life on the streets. Last but not least, Dan talks about directing his award-winning movie “The Wisdom to Know the Difference”. And, did I mention that Daniel Baldwin is a fantastic storyteller? See for yourself!

Enjoy this walk down memory lane from over four years ago! Hit us up on social media and let us know what you think. What I think is, Danny needs to come back and be a judge on the show!

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Episode 79 · 4 months ago

Be Stoopid Smart & experience guest judge Jamie Kennedy on this three decade disaster from the month of June.

The Dueling Decades crew took a trip down to Malibu and picked up the most wanted judge in Southern California! No.....not Judge Ito. It's the star of such cinematic classics as Scream, Three Kings, Malibu's Most Wanted, and The Jamie Kennedy experience, it's Jamie Kennedy! Fresh off his new stand up comedy special "Stoopid Smart" on Tubi, Jamie joins us poolside with his gavel in hand to tackle this "worst of" June showdown! We're also excited to welcome back Hysteria 51's Brent Hand! Being the gentleman that he is, Brent brought the very worst of June 1999 along with him. Brent's first opponent is coming off some tough defeats as of late, and he's armed with a plate of turd sandwiches from June 1976, it's Mancrush! But wait, there's more! Marc James is back to make this contest complete, with some disgusting, flat non-alcoholic beer from June 1983. Thanks, Marc! 

  

When Jamie's not chilling at Usher's house, he likes to sit back, and reminisce about the days of old! So here are some of the things you might find in this episode, Jamie will take us back to his childhood, comics that James Gunn suggests, paying your boyfriends way through medical school, stars that enjoy wearing their girlfriend's knickers, more annoying songs, Michael Douglas pulls a power move, a comic love triangle that results in death, Jamie digs Anthony Spinelli's work, the most annoying character in the world, Jamie is a product of Yoda, filthy funeral escapades, BBC, Publisher's Clearinghouse, fists in random places, spelling bees, horrible sequels, Will Smith's biggest blunder, computer viruses, Hollywood rumors, the worst gift to buy your girlfriend, the most honest celebrity in the world, Randy Meeks lives, ass blasters, graboids, and how did Jamie end up doing stand up in the back of a bowling alley? All that, and a bunch more! Do you agree with Jamie's rulings? Play at home and judge for yourself! While you're at it, send your rulings to our Facebook and pick up 20 points on the Dueling Decades Leaderboard!  

  

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Episode 78 · 4 months ago

It's a retro food fight with Josh Macuga from History Channel's Eating History!

FOOD FIGHTTTTTT!! Sort of. It's another episode of Dueling Decades, and this week we brought on one of the stars from The History Channel's new hit show, Eating History! Josh Macuga grabs the gavel for this retro food fight of sorts. Since Josh is a food specialist, prepare yourself for an all food version of Dueling Decades! On an hours notice, Drew Zakmin of the One Headlight 90's podcast joins the crew looking for two consecutive victories with Food of 1997. Marc dives deep into Food of 1975, and he's excited to throw the first meatball! To round things out, Mancrush looks to avenge a tie-breaker loss last week with Food of 1987! Take cover behind a cafeteria table, this one is about to get messy! Josh doesn't disappoint and shows up with some twenty year old Mike's Hard Lemonade to sip throughout, and he's going to need it. Don't slip on the Sloppy Joe, and be ready to dodge a heap full of Josh's behind the scenes tales from Eating History! Find out what food still taste amazing after two decades, or which food kept Josh on the toilet for two days, the best place to hide jelly donuts, huge appetites, soggy cereals, Swedish people, John Denver in the Matrix, a chef that likes to slam stuff, a chef you can't understand, vintage gum talk, Stanley Kubrik's best work, Jack Nicholson at his finest, exploding stomachs, everyone loves ice cream, never get pizza in Utah, famous cookies, nostalgic commercials, mud sharks, Mancrush shares a story about Marine Corps boot camp, soul food surprises, bad parenting, Eating History season two, and just what old foods are red flags to eat? Do you agree with Josh's rulings? Play at home and judge for yourself! While you're at it, send your rulings to our Facebook and pick up 20 points on the Dueling Decades Leaderboard! Please don't forget to subscribe and review! Want to share some of your own 1980s & 1990s memories? Join the other thousands of people in our Facebook group and get more original nostalgic content every day! If you're into the 1960s & 1970s, join our new group! Links below: 

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Episode 77 · 5 months ago

Soap Opera star and Karate Bad Boy, Sean Kanan is here to front sweep this showdown between May 1983, 1990 & 1992!

Some know him as The Karate Bad Boy and Cobra Kai mercenary, Mike Barnes. Some recognize him as General Hospital heartthrob AJ Quartermaine. While others may know him as the cunning Deacon Sharpe on The Bold and The Beautiful/The Young and the Restless. Well, we know him as The Honorable Judge Sean Kanan, and he's here to kick these contestants into line! Mike Ranger from the Video Rangers podcast is back, and he's brought the best of May 1990. His first opponent Marc James answers that challenge with the finest May 1992 has to offer. After a stunning loss to Drew Zakmin last week, Mancrush completes this retro rampage with a stout helping of May 1983. Once again this episode is jam-packed with some mega nostalgia! After a couple of weeks digging through a week here and a week there, these boys finally get to look at an entire month, and they're stoked with their findings. This 80s and 90s clash was a close one! On this episode, Sean intimidates a man for a role, Sean saves the episode cause Mancrush's Internet sucks, everyone agrees that they like big butts, Kanan rates Daniel LaRusso's karate, a blockbuster finally emerges, a dude cheated on his wife and turned his pain into profit, kids run up the phone bill, Sean stars in Studio City on Prime, David Lee Roth has a few drinks, a sitcom that didn't jump the shark, Pauly gets hated on, explicit phone calls, The Clash gets bashed, tennis with the Dionne Warwick, Sean almost handed out roses, Mancrush's Karate Kid redux, seven degrees of Happy Days, careful kicking, Lorne Michaels bans someone else, ZZ Top delivers, Sean's thoughts on reality TV, GUI interfaces are all the rage, Marc takes us back to 10th-grade social studies, Mike says turn off the radio, Sean kills someone's pick, Marc brings some shareware you'll remember, Eine kleine Amerikaner, and how did cocaine just fall out of your pocket mister? Do you agree with Sean's rulings? Play at home and judge for yourself! While you're at it, send your rulings to our Facebook and pick up 20 points on the Dueling Decades Leaderboard! Please don't forget to subscribe and review! Want to share some of your own 1980s & 1990s memories? Join the other thousands of people in our Facebook group and get more original nostalgic content every day! If you're into the 1960s & 1970s, join our new group! Links below: 

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Episode 76 · 5 months ago

Eddie Munster himself TV star Butch Patrick guest judges this frighteningly close fight between 1966, 1977, and 1982!

Welcome back to another episode of Dueling Decades! For the first time, the mighty 80s goes to war with the 70s, and the 60s! In order to go back that deep, we needed someone with a great deal of expertise, and we snagged the right guy for the job! This time around we brought in television star Butch Patrick of The Munsters! Eddie Munster himself steps behind the bench to adjudicate this wild "week experience" battle between 1966, 1977, and 1982! Butch is sharp as a tack, he's a literal encyclopedia of pop culture, and he's prepared to drop some knowledge on everyone. Marc drew May 8th through the 14th of 1966, Mancrush duels with the same week in 1977, and our third competitor this week is our pal Drew Zakmin who brings the best of May 9th through the 15th, 1982. There is so much packed into this episode! Butch shares lots of stories from the past, iconic performances, movies that lack explanation, lack of screens, a car developer to the stars, Butch's first concert with older women, douchebag record labels, a media mogul's first time, Cosby at Hugh's house, Rob Zombie's favorite show, wild coincidences, dudes on yachts, getting on MTV in the 80s, outrageous contracts, a new summer league emerges, not incestual lesbian sisters, a show comes to an end, another iconic show is canceled, Marc's weird album collection, Juice goes to college, and who partied in Butch's bus? That, and so much more! Do you agree with Butch's rulings? Play at home and judge for yourself! While you're at it, send your rulings to our Facebook and pick up 20 points on the Dueling Decades Leaderboard! Please don't forget to subscribe and review! Want to share some of your own 1980s & 1990s memories? Join the other thousands of people in our Facebook group and get more original nostalgic content every day! If you're into the 1960s & 1970s, join our new group! Links below: 

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