Lately, Bones has been tasking Morgan with watching, for the first time, the popular things from "back in the day" to see if they are still loved and relatable in the same ways today. This started with Seinfeld, where Morgan had to watch the first 2 seasons. She didn't hate it but didn't find it as relatable in today's world. Ultimately she gave it 2.5/5 jackets.
Since that assignment was over, she was tasked with watching Back to the Future. She had never seen any part of the movie before so this would be her first time watching it. She noted it had some weird moments with Marty and his mom, but ultimately she loved the moved in its entirety giving it 4/5 DeLoreans.
Then Morgan watched The Karate Kid and despite how slow it was, she really enjoyed watching Daniel finally be able to defeat his bullies in the final scene. She gave the movie 4.5/5 Cobra Kais.
For her last movie assignment, she watched Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. She admitted that she did get a few laughs out, but noted that she thinks it's the stupidest movie she has ever watched. She gave the film a score of 1/5 groovy babies.
Then she watched many people's favorite movie Shawshank Redemption. She admitted that she watched it in two days because it was way too intense to watch in one sitting. She enjoyed how the movie made her feel just about every emotion from anger to sadness. She gave it 5 out 5 rocks. The first 5/5 in all of her assignments so far.
The next assignment Morgan had to watch was the first 8 episodes of Saved by The Bell. She said there were moments she enjoyed, but she felt that watching it now was hard for her to relate to. Ultimately she gave it 3/5 leg warmers. The last movie she had to watch was The Goonies, in which she said the dialogue was pretty cheesy and it's not a movie she would watch on repeat. She gave it 2/5 truffle shuffles.
Her latest assignment was to watch the first 5 episodes of Beavis and Butt-Head.
She had to buy the episodes on YouTube in order to observe the beginning seasons. Morgan couldn't fathom how this was a show on TV that people actually watched. She totally understood why it was known to be a guy's show and she wondered if there were any girls out there that enjoyed the show. Morgan also said she thinks it was a bad influence on guys given that the two characters were trying to be best friends with some intense people like a serial killer. She couldn't get over that most of the dialogue was the two characters laughing at random things. She gave it her worst score of all the things she's watched at 0.5/5 laughs.