If a concept was new in its day but is now well-established and evolved beyond that, you're looking at "Seinfeld" Is Unfunny.
If, somehow, the work manages to feel just as relevant today as it did then, if not more so, it's an example of Values Resonance, not this trope.
Michelle Rodriguezis a 38 year old American actress.
Her acting career started in 2000 playing the role of Diana Guzman in the film, “Girlfight.” Well known for her participation in the films Resident evil and The Fast and the Furious.
And in October 2013 in an interview with Entertainment Weekly Michelle said she is a bisexual.
In early 2014, the media reported that Michelle Rodriguez is Dating whith British top model Cara Delevingne.
While a joke about a president who is long remembered may have many years of life, a joke about a news story that isn't well remembered 20 years later except by the people who were alive at the time or paying attention, or based on a then-popular but now long-gone ad campaign, wouldn't - inverting Don't Explain the Joke because the explanation is necessary.Compare with Two Decades Behind, which is when something inadvertently feels like a period piece despite having been made a good time after the period it seems to be based on, and We're Still Relevant, Dammit!, for when long-running series make blatant (and sometimes forced) references to modern culture in an attempt to seem up-to-date or to look more "hip", often resulting in one of these.When viewed by someone with even a shaky grasp of history, the historical period is blindingly obvious.Such a scene would have been made at the time with the focus entirely on Cold War politics, but the first thing the modern audience notices are the clunky cell phone and the mullet. Zeerust is when a work's depiction of the becomes dated, so all works with a far-future setting belong there, not here.