Scooby or Spiderman? Gah.
Scooby or Spiderman? Gah.
I have never actually seen anyone drink Lancers. It must be popular, it seems to still be commercially produced!
I remember my parents having two bottles of this in the fridge from the time I was like 5 years old until I moved out of their home. If I go look, it may still be there.
I'm gonna look for a bottle when my kid and I go to the market later. This could be bad. Read the rest
One of the finest moments from television's generation-defining Beverly Hills 90210! Donna Martin got drunk at prom but her friends disagree with school policy and rise up to defend her.
DONNA MARTIN GRADUATES!
...and they say Generation X doesn't stand for anything. Read the rest
I've always been a Raisin Bran fan, but I gotta hand it to Honeycomb. They had such wonderfully creative commercials in the 60s and 70s. Read the rest
The best part of waking up... Read the rest
This is why I'll never be able to cast a powerful magic spell by concentrating hard. Read the rest
There have been many Slinky theme songs, but when the Slinky theme song gets stuck in my head this is the Slinky theme song I sing.
My daughter was given a large plastic rainbow slinky for her birthday. None of the kids understood why I immediately broke into song. Read the rest
I remember watching Romper Room religiously, perhaps that is what happened.
Wasn't it awesome we got morality lessons from a surreal bumble bee with a 420 friendly name? I think I liked Mr. Don't Bee better.
Romper Room may also explain my hatred of mirrors. Read the rest
In 1991 I was super eager to see Bruce Willis' slapstick comedy Hudson Hawk.
Everything about this film was frantically over the top, ridiculous, and so much fun. Sandra Bernhard's crazy megalomaniac? David Caruso's master of disguises? James Coburn's James Coburn! Every performance was unhinged. This film barely makes sense.
While Andie MacDowell squealing like a dolphin is pretty special, the best moments of this film are when Bruce Willis' Ernie "The Hudson Hawk" Hawkins and Danny Aiello's Tommy "Five-Tone" Messina engage in crime. Rather than synchronizing their watches, the two burglars sing popular hits to time their capers. Bing Crosby's Swinging on A Star became a lifelong favorite tune.
Zoom – just one look and then my heart went boom.
I remember when I could hear the opening to the William Tell Overture and feel the adventure.
I'm not sure if I just got older, the constant comedic uses of The Lone Ranger theme, or I just can't tolerate the racism inherent in most old Western themed tv and movies, but every time I hear this music, I get a brief taste of that old feeling and then it is washed away.
A hair trimmer attached to your vacuum cleaner. What could go wrong?
I was sadly disappointed and did not find many Flowbee mishap videos on The YouTubes. Likely, the vacu-trimmer was never that popular in the first place!
I had a friend named Bobby Magee who thought the Flowbee was an amazing thing to break out at a party. Those were weird parties. Read the rest
When America was truly great we had truly great people on TV. Calvert DeForest was one of the best.
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One of the best children's shows of all time. This is what life SHOULD BE LIKE.
Also, I love the themesong, Hey Sandy! by Polaris. Read the rest