Not going to say no to another gentle one:

def run(program):
    pointer, opcode = 0, 0
    output = program[:]
    while True:
    	opcode = output[pointer]
        if opcode == 99: return output
        [param1, param2, address] = output[pointer+1:pointer+4]
        if opcode == 1:
        	output[address] = output[param1] + output[param2]
        elif opcode == 2:
        	output[address] = output[param1] * output[param2]
        pointer += 4    

Given an "Intcode program" we hop through the opcodes by incrementing a pointer four places at a time, altering the program as we go along.

For the second star we just need to find what first two parameters, in the range 0-99, for the program would result in a final state where the first address contains a target number. Thankfully it did mean integers within that range!

def find(program, target):
    for noun in range(0, 100):
        for verb in range(0, 100):
            test = program[:]
            test[1] = noun
            test[2] = verb
            if finalState(test)[0] == target:
                return (noun, verb)
                break
        else:
            continue
        break