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Luke’s mother-in-law, Martha Boyd, is the special guest in this bonus podcast, as she tells tales of her time as the rare police-woman in the 1970s-LAPD, her belief in UFOs and her own proclivities for collecting and keeping toys MIB.
As I live with a Barbie collector who is not bothered by unrealistic body images, I can’t really claim that this is a problem.
This girl has a Nerd Father of the Year candidate in her life.
Julia tries to get revenge on Luke and Greg by finding a Barbie fanfic that’s completely PG and relentlessly boring. But things don’t go quite as planned, and the sabotages kick in around the 6-minute mark…
I knew it. I knew once Mattel saw that there could be a successful hit film based upon a brand with multiple possibilities, they’d push Barbie.
I like the precedent of toys being legitimate models. Which plastic figure should be next?
As many noted in the comments on my last list, The Ten Most Controversial Action Figures of the Modern Era, there were a number of toys that didn’t make the cut. The rules are a bit looser this time around