The Electric Circus Episode #10- The Magical Mystery Podcast!

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Hey Arcaders!

Here it is- finally!

#10!

We’re in the double digits now!

And to celebrate, I thought we would post this podcast as a special “MYSTERY PODCAST!” There are clues on the page…

All I can say is- Get a bowl of your favorite cereal, and don’t sit so close to the pod-casting device- you don’t know what that does to your ears!

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Keep Playin’ Like It’s 1981!

The Electric Circus Episode #5- VIDEO GAME MOVIES!!!

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Hey Arcaders!

If Megacon wasn’t Enough for ya’- guess what? we’re throwing in the next episode of the Electric Circus! and it’s a doozy! So, get you extra large drum of popcorn with the artificial butter flavored topping, an ice cold superdouperlargegrande sized drink and enjoy! And don’t forget your 3D glasses!

The 1983 CBS Saturday Morning Preview Show with Saturday Supercade!

…And if you didn’t get enough Saturday morning goodness, here’s the 1983 CBS Saturday Morning Preview Show with Saturday Supercade! This also has the introduction of Dungeons and Dragons TV show, which was awesome as well! So lets join Boss Hog, Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane, and… Scott Baio? in this Saturday morning preview from 1983!

The 1982 ABC Saturday Morning Pac Preview Party!

I love Saturday morning cartoons almost as much as video games- it’s a shame Saturday morning isn’t treated with the same reverence it was when I was a kid (but thanks to networks like Cartoon network and The Hub, it’s getting a little better!)  The next best thing back then to Saturday morning, was the Saturday Morning PreviewThis would happen on a crisp Friday evening in September, the day before the season would start officially. It was always a huge gathering of kids, comics, ventriloquists, voice actors, and stars of the shows, and a host ( this time its Dick Clark!) But more importantly, the previews! Of course this the year Pac- Man got his own show – and we didn’t see that until the end (as we slid closer and closer to the TV after every commercial!) They also had previews of The Little Rascals and Mork and Mindy (I was a HUGE Mork and Mindy fan back then!)

So grab a bowl of  of your favorite cereal, sit WAY TO CLOSE TO THE TV, and watch the 1982 Saturday Morning Pac Preview Party!