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Mike Ranger returns to rule over this retro rumble between 1979, 1987 & 1996!
20th January 2021 • Dueling Decades • Dueling Decades
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It's time for another episode of everyone's favorite retro game show, Dueling Decades! It might be 2021, but we're determined to take you back in time with the best of January 1979, 1987, and 1996! In order to do that, we need a judge that can really handle the gavel. Not just any judge, but a real savvy retro savant, it's the man we like to call, Mike Ranger! That being said, let's take a look at this week's competitors. First up, hailing from the great white north, Joe Findlay brings the best of January 1979. Our next competitor took time away from listening to 45 hours of a Grateful Dead song, Marc James is back with his own generous helping of January 1987. Rounding out this time machine trio, Mancrush looks to get back into the win column with his offerings from January 1996!

Mike Ranger might be friends with these gents, but he's not about to take any lip! This highly contested race might ruffle some feathers. In this episode, you might hear about Betty Rubble's dangerous curves, blood-sucking dates, a miniature horse named Ginger, cross country bank robbers, assault with a deadly Dick, sliding on the hood of your car, Franklin's excessively long wait, places to store your Zack Morris phone, Joe knows Tony Dorsit, Mike and Mancrush serenade, rap metal's humble beginning, Motorola changes the game, an album Mancrush hid from his mom, getcha rocks off with Joe, and who the hell is Texas Walker Ranger?

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