Netflix' "the 90s Show" -- will Pearl Jam be referenced/played?

"Mostly I think that people react sensitively because they know you’ve got a point"

Netflix' "the 90s Show" -- will Pearl Jam be referenced/played? 45 votes

Yes
73%
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No
26%
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  • igotid88igotid88 Posts: 24,710
    No
    Probably mentioned. They'll definitely have someone with a Nirvana shirt. 
    I miss igotid88
  • mattcozmattcoz ChicagoPosts: 1,786
    Yes
    You can't have a 90s show without at least a mention.
  • GlowGirlGlowGirl New York, NYPosts: 7,229
    edited May 2022
    Yes
    igotid88 said:
    Probably mentioned. They'll definitely have someone with a Nirvana shirt. 
    Or there will be posters on the wall of Pearl Jam and Nirvana.

  • igotid88igotid88 Posts: 24,710
    No
    GlowGirl said:
    igotid88 said:
    Probably mentioned. They'll definitely have someone with a Nirvana shirt. 
    Or there will be posters on the wall of Pearl Jam and Nirvana.

    I hope
    I miss igotid88
  • Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 5,286
    Saw a woman at Chilies yesterday with a Nirvana shirt. Does that count for partial credit?
  • mookeywrenchmookeywrench Posts: 5,542
    No
    Takes place in 1996 and Hyde's not in it.
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  • igotid88igotid88 Posts: 24,710
    No
    Takes place in 1996 and Hyde's not in it.
    They were still at their height.
    I miss igotid88
  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 27,153
    edited May 2022
    Takes place in 1996 and Hyde's not in it.
    The rock scene was still big in 1996(?)

    Hyde's not in it because of rape allegations. I think they can find some other character being into rock. 

    He is a Pearl jam fan so in another universe we would have had an actor heavily push for Pearl Jam references and adlibs I would imagine.
    "Mostly I think that people react sensitively because they know you’ve got a point"
  • ClownofThornsClownofThorns Posts: 165
    Takes place in 1996 and Hyde's not in it.
    The rock scene was still big in 1996(?)

    Hyde's not in it because of rape allegations. I think they can find some other character being into rock. 

    He is a Pearl jam fan so in another universe we would have had an actor heavily push for Pearl Jam references and adlibs I would imagine.

  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 35,311
    No
    It's all about the boy bands, bring them on!
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  • mattcozmattcoz ChicagoPosts: 1,786
    Yes
    The premier episode should be them waiting in line for No Code, listening and being all "what the hell is this?". Then, over the course of the series, it grows and them and by the finale they all realize its true genius. Series fades out to "Off He Goes".
  • mpedonempedone Manchester, NHPosts: 1,563
    Yes
    Takes place in 1996 and Hyde's not in it.
    The rock scene was still big in 1996(?)

    Hyde's not in it because of rape allegations. I think they can find some other character being into rock. 

    He is a Pearl jam fan so in another universe we would have had an actor heavily push for Pearl Jam references and adlibs I would imagine.

    Do people think they're going to research how big bands were in that specific year? Or much at all? It would not surprise me if someone mentions going to a Nirvana concert (in 1996). It's about teenagers in the mid-90s. There's going to be Pearl Jam.
    "I'm a lucky man, to count on both hands the [shows I've done]. Some folks just have one, others they got none..."

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  • joseph33joseph33 Washington DCPosts: 1,018
    Yes
    Can't wait for this show. Red is my all time favorite TV dad.
  • mookeywrenchmookeywrench Posts: 5,542
    edited May 2022
    No
    mpedone said:
    Takes place in 1996 and Hyde's not in it.
    The rock scene was still big in 1996(?)

    Hyde's not in it because of rape allegations. I think they can find some other character being into rock. 

    He is a Pearl jam fan so in another universe we would have had an actor heavily push for Pearl Jam references and adlibs I would imagine.

    Do people think they're going to research how big bands were in that specific year? Or much at all? It would not surprise me if someone mentions going to a Nirvana concert (in 1996). It's about teenagers in the mid-90s. There's going to be Pearl Jam.
    Yes, the end of every show will have a transcript followed with APA citations.

    Teenagers in the mid 90's played No Code once and asked, What is this shit? Then they moved on and played their No Doubt, 311, Green Day and The Offspring CDs, maybe Oasis too.
    Post edited by mookeywrench on
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  • Foriginal SinForiginal Sin Scottsdale, AZ Posts: 1,628
    edited May 2022
    Yes
    igotid88 said:
    Probably mentioned. They'll definitely have someone with a Nirvana shirt. 
    Well Nirvana was way more popular at the time. I mean, the people spoke, In Utero took only 4 months for hit 1 million albums sold in 1993. Only 4 months!!! Any other band in 1993 wished 1 million people heard their record 
    Post edited by Foriginal Sin on
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  • igotid88igotid88 Posts: 24,710
    No
    igotid88 said:
    Probably mentioned. They'll definitely have someone with a Nirvana shirt. 
    Well Nirvana was way more popular at the time. I mean, the people spoke, In Utero took only 4 months for hit 1 million albums sold in 1993. Only 4 months!!! Any other band in 1993 wished 1 million people heard their record 
    Pearl Jam was more popular or at least neck and neck. Vs sold 950,000 its first week
    I miss igotid88
  • mpedonempedone Manchester, NHPosts: 1,563
    Yes
    mpedone said:
    Takes place in 1996 and Hyde's not in it.
    The rock scene was still big in 1996(?)

    Hyde's not in it because of rape allegations. I think they can find some other character being into rock. 

    He is a Pearl jam fan so in another universe we would have had an actor heavily push for Pearl Jam references and adlibs I would imagine.

    Do people think they're going to research how big bands were in that specific year? Or much at all? It would not surprise me if someone mentions going to a Nirvana concert (in 1996). It's about teenagers in the mid-90s. There's going to be Pearl Jam.
    Yes, the end of every show will have a transcript followed with APA citations.

    Teenagers in the mid 90's played No Code once and asked, What is this shit? Then they moved on and played their No Doubt, 311, Green Day and The Offspring CDs, maybe Oasis too.
    This might be true, but again, so what? It's a sitcom that's playing on our nostalgia; it's not about what actually was, it's the general feeling of the era. Guaranteed grunge in general, and Pearl Jam in particular, has a significant presence.
    "I'm a lucky man, to count on both hands the [shows I've done]. Some folks just have one, others they got none..."

    Hartford 10.02.96 | Mansfield 2 09.16.98 | Mansfield 1 08.29.00 | Mansfield 1 07.02.03 | Mansfield 3 07.11.03 | Boston 2 05.25.06 | Tampa 04.11.16 | Fenway 1 08.05.16 | Fenway 2 08.07.16 | Fenway 1 09.02.18 | Fenway 2 09.04.18 | Baltimore 03.28.20 | Hamilton 09.06.22 | Toronto 09.08.22 | Nashville 09.16.22 | St Louis 09.18.22

    "He made the deal with the devil, we get to play with him.
    He goes to hell, of course. We're going to heaven."
  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 27,153
    What if Pearl Jam played 90's Pearl Jam in an episode - LIKE "KISS" DID (with new members....) IN THE 70S SHOW




    "Mostly I think that people react sensitively because they know you’ve got a point"
  • mpedonempedone Manchester, NHPosts: 1,563
    Yes
    What if Pearl Jam played 90's Pearl Jam in an episode - LIKE "KISS" DID (with new members....) IN THE 70S SHOW





    How about just Dave A?
    "I'm a lucky man, to count on both hands the [shows I've done]. Some folks just have one, others they got none..."

    Hartford 10.02.96 | Mansfield 2 09.16.98 | Mansfield 1 08.29.00 | Mansfield 1 07.02.03 | Mansfield 3 07.11.03 | Boston 2 05.25.06 | Tampa 04.11.16 | Fenway 1 08.05.16 | Fenway 2 08.07.16 | Fenway 1 09.02.18 | Fenway 2 09.04.18 | Baltimore 03.28.20 | Hamilton 09.06.22 | Toronto 09.08.22 | Nashville 09.16.22 | St Louis 09.18.22

    "He made the deal with the devil, we get to play with him.
    He goes to hell, of course. We're going to heaven."
  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 27,153
    mpedone said:
    What if Pearl Jam played 90's Pearl Jam in an episode - LIKE "KISS" DID (with new members....) IN THE 70S SHOW





    How about just Dave A?
    Throw in Scott Stapp as Eddie, and some dudes from Stone Temple Pilots and we have ourselves a Pearl Jam people!
    "Mostly I think that people react sensitively because they know you’ve got a point"
  • mookeywrenchmookeywrench Posts: 5,542
    No
    mpedone said:
    mpedone said:
    Takes place in 1996 and Hyde's not in it.
    The rock scene was still big in 1996(?)

    Hyde's not in it because of rape allegations. I think they can find some other character being into rock. 

    He is a Pearl jam fan so in another universe we would have had an actor heavily push for Pearl Jam references and adlibs I would imagine.

    Do people think they're going to research how big bands were in that specific year? Or much at all? It would not surprise me if someone mentions going to a Nirvana concert (in 1996). It's about teenagers in the mid-90s. There's going to be Pearl Jam.
    Yes, the end of every show will have a transcript followed with APA citations.

    Teenagers in the mid 90's played No Code once and asked, What is this shit? Then they moved on and played their No Doubt, 311, Green Day and The Offspring CDs, maybe Oasis too.
    This might be true, but again, so what? It's a sitcom that's playing on our nostalgia; it's not about what actually was, it's the general feeling of the era. Guaranteed grunge in general, and Pearl Jam in particular, has a significant presence.
    With rock's decline in current day popularity, I would bet there's going to be more emphasis on nostalgic pop/hip hop and R&B. Gotta cater to those masses. 
    As for rock, Alanis Morrisette or even riot grrl rock will probably get name dropped before Pearl Jam.
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  • Foriginal SinForiginal Sin Scottsdale, AZ Posts: 1,628
    Yes
    igotid88 said:
    igotid88 said:
    Probably mentioned. They'll definitely have someone with a Nirvana shirt. 
    Well Nirvana was way more popular at the time. I mean, the people spoke, In Utero took only 4 months for hit 1 million albums sold in 1993. Only 4 months!!! Any other band in 1993 wished 1 million people heard their record 
    Pearl Jam was more popular or at least neck and neck. Vs sold 950,000 its first week
    I know, I was joking. In fact the numbers show that the people loved PJ and Nirvana was declining in popularity, at least based on cd sales which is all they went by back then. Kurt dying cemented their legacy as a band that will always be named in every top 10 list but the truth is, there is no way in hell that Dave Grohl would have stayed in Nirvana as just the drummer. That band was breaking up either way. Maybe if PJ sold their Jeremy or Alive shirt at Target just like Nirvana does, all the kids today would know the band. Guarantee 90% of the kids walking around with Target made Nirvana shirts have zero clue Dave Grohl was even in Nirvana. 
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 33,509
    Nirvana t shirts are the Ramones t shirts of this generation. 
    I'm through with screaming...

    Darwinspeed, folks...I'm out


  • GlowGirlGlowGirl New York, NYPosts: 7,229
    Yes
    Nirvana t shirts are the Ramones t shirts of this generation. 
    Yes. Or this one as well. 


  • The JugglerThe Juggler Behind that bush over there.Posts: 44,123
    Takes place in '95 not '96. I'd be shocked if PJ wasn't mentioned a few times. They were still one of the biggest bands in the world at that time. 
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 33,509
    Takes place in '95 not '96. I'd be shocked if PJ wasn't mentioned a few times. They were still one of the biggest bands in the world at that time. 
    it would be pretty funny if they threw some obscure jokes in there about how they'd never "sell out" and make an exclusive deal with a big chain or something to that effect. but that might be too obscure. 
    I'm through with screaming...

    Darwinspeed, folks...I'm out


  • mookeywrenchmookeywrench Posts: 5,542
    No
    mpedone said:
    mpedone said:
    Takes place in 1996 and Hyde's not in it.
    The rock scene was still big in 1996(?)

    Hyde's not in it because of rape allegations. I think they can find some other character being into rock. 

    He is a Pearl jam fan so in another universe we would have had an actor heavily push for Pearl Jam references and adlibs I would imagine.

    Do people think they're going to research how big bands were in that specific year? Or much at all? It would not surprise me if someone mentions going to a Nirvana concert (in 1996). It's about teenagers in the mid-90s. There's going to be Pearl Jam.
    Yes, the end of every show will have a transcript followed with APA citations.

    Teenagers in the mid 90's played No Code once and asked, What is this shit? Then they moved on and played their No Doubt, 311, Green Day and The Offspring CDs, maybe Oasis too.
    This might be true, but again, so what? It's a sitcom that's playing on our nostalgia; it's not about what actually was, it's the general feeling of the era. Guaranteed grunge in general, and Pearl Jam in particular, has a significant presence.
    With rock's decline in current day popularity, I would bet there's going to be more emphasis on nostalgic pop/hip hop and R&B. Gotta cater to those masses. 
    As for rock, Alanis Morrisette or even riot grrl rock will probably get name dropped before Pearl Jam.
    Watched episode 1...I'll pat myself on the back for this comment.
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  • GlowGirlGlowGirl New York, NYPosts: 7,229
    Yes
    Starting in season 5 of That 70s Show all the episode titles were the names of songs. They did one band per season. In season 5 all the episodes were named after Led Zeppelin songs, season 6 was the Who, season 7 was The Rolling Stones, season 8 was Queen. I had wondered if they were going to do that with the 90s show using 90s bands but it doesn’t look like it so far. 
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 79,762
    Yes
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 38,058
    demetrios said:
    ‘That ’90s Show’ Soundtrack: All the Songs in the Netflix Series

    Also The "riotgrrrl" had a Soundgarden poster in her room and in one episode wore a Green Day "Dookie" shirt


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