My friends and I developed this fun game at work when it got slow one day. And since some of those friends now work elsewhere (rubystheory.blogspot.com, I'm posting in your direction...), I figured I'd move it online.
(Brief interstitial complaint: Can people please stop saying "I bought it offline" when what they really mean is "I bought it online"? Seriously, this was acceptable in 1996 if you were over 50. But now there is no excuse, no matter what age you are. Unless you purchased something directly from an assembly line, I can't imagine any scenario where that expression would be appropriate. There.)
Anyway, it's a fun pop culture game. If people are willing to participate, I'll name it and make it a recurring feature. (Here's the post where I find out I only have 2 readers, and one of them is me, proofreading.)
The gist of the game is that I name two pop culture phenomena—movies, bands, songs, books, etc.—and you all debate what the third would be. So if I said (and I would NEVER say this), "N*Sync, Backstreet Boys, and...?" you would all debate whether 98 degrees or some other useless poppy boy band from the late 90s was the proper culmination.
Sound like fun? I think it could be, especially if you leave your answer in the comments and banter back and forth with others who have commented. If everyone thinks it would be boring, you can ignore me and we'll all pretend this post never happened.
So without further ado, here is the first challenge:
The Breakfast Club, Ferris Beuller's Day Off, AND... ???