TV & Film:Film History
ON REPEAT: Anti-Drug PSAs of the 1980s
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On this very special ON REPEAT Season 1 episode, Cate and I tackle the weird, wishful-thinking anti-drug PSAs of the 1980s. From "your brain on drugs" to “I learned it by watching you”, we have a lot to say about the oversimplified "Just Say No" movement.
We chat about drugs in suburbia, uncovering a parent's stash, "moral failures," experimentation, and one very serious Pee-wee Herman.
Pee-Wee Herman: 'Crack Isn't Cool'
'I Learned It by Watching You'
'This is Your Brain on Drugs' 1987
'This is Your Brain on Heroin' 1997
Corey Feldman Anti-Drug PSA
Narcotics Task Force NYC Housing Authority Anti-Drug PSA
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: 'Drug Dealers Are Dorks'
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