1983: The Disney Channel goes on the air Taking advantage of its deep vault of cartoons, movies, and other proprietary content, the Walt Disney Company launched…
So Weird is a bottle of cultural ideas as perpetuated through art. This week, that idea is transhumanism.
Bo Diddley has only one scene, but his presence seeps through the entire episode of So Weird.
This pair of episode point to a television series being written for a Disney Channel that will never exist.
Chocolate eclairs induce telepathy, and a possessed piece of driftwood takes over Ned’s mind.
Before the Disney Channel cared about over-marketing musical acts, So Weird had a musical act that was pretty good.