Thanks to OP for letting me know this existed. Almost done with episode 4,the GI Joe one. Loved everyone so far. Missed this creepy doll thing in the Barbie episode. But that one I more listened to while doing dishes one night recently.
Watched these recently, they were all good besides the Star Wars episode.
If they're going to focus on 70's, 80's and 90's...here's what I'd do;
Beanie Babies Cabbage Patch Kids Care Bears Fisher Price Little People Furby Hot Wheels / Matchbox KNEX McDonald's Micro Machines Mighty Max / Polly Pocket My Little Pony Nerf Pogs (don't know if this counts) Power Wheels Stretch Armstrong Super Soakers Tamagotchi Teddy Ruxpin Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Treasure Trolls Tyco Remote Controlled Cars
I'd also like some sort of mythological batshit crazy one regarding Crossfire
This series drew me in for a binge. I may do another round. Even if you didn't enjoy or play with them. It's cool insight of the political infrastructure of the toy world. I enjoyed even the Barbie episode.
As far as what I'd like to see in future episodes. TMNT, Thunder Cats, Power Rangers, Transformers, wwf, wcw, wwe.
I have a kenny omega and Minoru Suzuki 8x10 both signed for sale. Going through some,stuff and dont want them ruined.
Was I the only one that was surprise that Slaughter wasn't brought up in the Joe episode
I....find it odd that I wasn't surprised. It seemed like the bigger deal in those episodes was detailing the origins of the toy lines. Slaughter (and The Fridge) were big parts of their marketing history, eventually, but I guess they didn't need to focus or even mention them in their overall narrative. I also wasn't surprised that the details got light as they moved toward 1990's GI Joe; they eased up by that point and just moved quickly to the wrap up by then.