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    New Netflix documentary

    For those members who have Netflix there is a new documentary called "The Toys That Made Us". There are 4 episodes featuring Star Wars, Barbie, Masters of the Universe, and G.I. Joe. Each episode is 45 - 50 min long and explains how the toy lines were started and some behind the scenes info. G.I. Joe is episode 4. Happy viewing to all and Yo Joe tonight!

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    Was not aware of this. Can't wait to check it out. Thanks, bro!

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    Yeah man, thanks for the heads up. I’m definitely going to check that out!

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    I watched another episode last night and really enjoyed it. I'm watching Joe and Star Wars later tonight. Again, thanks for info.

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    All 4 episodes are great! I want to know when the next 4 are dropping...

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    Great show! just bit sad they didn't touch the 2008 4" return

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    Loved it! Agree with Apocalypse though, did not really cover the years after 1994. The way they ended the show, it would seem that Gi joe ended in 1994.

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    The whole series was very entertaining. The Joe episode didn't cover anything I didn't already know, but it did add some insight to the people involved. I found their voice inflection and body language very telling.

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    Would be nice to see a new episode on the 2008-present Joe "modern era."

    Alan Hassenfeld was very forthcoming about his time at the helm and his brother and father's. Really great perspective I previously had no clue about.

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    Yeah, there's room for a follow up for both Joe and Star Wars, for sure. They didn't really reference the Star Wars special edition release which restarted everything. And as already pointed out, there's a whole world of Joe untouched.