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  • - [Narrator] It's September, 1993.

  • And it's finally the weekend. - Yay!

  • - [Woman] That's right.

  • (dreamy music)

  • Ah

  • - [Narrator] Movie tickets only cost

  • four dollars and 14 cents.

  • Frasier-- - I'm listening.

  • - [Narrator] Just premiered on NBC,

  • and women were finally allowed to wear pantsuits

  • on the Senate floor. (bell dings)

  • It's Saturday morning, and that means one thing.

  • And they're zany ♪ - Cartoons.

  • The show

  • - [Narrator] So at eight a.m., "Animaniacs" was on Fox Kids,

  • and we scheduled a meeting with Rob Paulsen,

  • the guy who voiced Yakko.

  • - Oh, sure. (clears throat)

  • Okay, well let's see, I'm Yakko Warner; hello, nurse.

  • - [Narrator] We wanna know about

  • the "Nations of the World" song.

  • - [Rob] Well, the interesting thing is that it only took me

  • one take to record it.

  • - [Narrator] What?

  • United States, Canada, Mexico, Panama

  • Haiti, Jamaica, Peru

  • Republic Dominican, Cuba, Caribbean

  • Greenland, El Salvador too

  • The art project

  • - [Narrator] For most of us, Perler beads got left

  • in the 1990s alongside HitClips and Oakley Minutes.

  • - [Man] Cool.

  • (phone beeping)

  • - [Narrator] Hello, can you hear me?

  • - Loud and clear. - Perfect.

  • Kyle is an artist, but rather than paint or pen,

  • he uses Perler beads, even today.

  • - [Kyle] I am all-Perler, all the time.

  • Perler beads were invented by a Swedish man in the 1960s.

  • It was originally a therapy material for older folks.

  • - [Narrator] Kyle sees your '90s Perler bead posters

  • and raises you this.

  • - [Kyle] I would say, without a doubt,

  • my most ambitious project has got to be Project Springfield,

  • which is 40-square-foot mural of the Simpsons' hometown.

  • It's over 140,000 individually placed beads.

  • And it took me about two years.

  • - [Narrator] It's your nostalgia, only elevated.

  • The birthday parties

  • - [Kids] Happy birthday!

  • - [Narrator] The holy trinity

  • of the '90s kids' birthday party was simple.

  • Pizza, cake, and laser tag. (noisemaker toots)

  • - [Kids] Pew pew, pew pew!

  • - [Narrator] Amen; so we talked

  • to the man responsible for all of that.

  • - Hi, I'm George Carter, I invented laser tag

  • about 30 years ago.

  • - [Narrator] The game was inspired by a pretty famous movie.

  • - [George] The movie "Star Wars."

  • I had watched them going up and down the halls of the ship

  • shooting lasers at one another.

  • And I thought I'd put it in some sort of context

  • and make rules, and we got a great game then.

  • It was more competitive back in the early days.

  • Well, laser tag today has moved

  • into family entertainment centers,

  • with actually more people playing than ever before.

  • - [Narrator] And there it is, your weekend,

  • and some of the people behind it, 1993.

  • All the cats

  • - [Kids] Yay!

  • (light music)

- [Narrator] It's September, 1993.

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1993年のあなたの週末 (Your Weekend in 1993)

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    Courtney Shih に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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