Today is Ron Howard’s 63rd birthday and his wife Cheryl made him a little surprise for it. He said his “all-time favorite Graham Crackers with White Icing like my Mom used to make.” By the looks of Opie Cunningham’s face with his birthday hat, he is loving every minute of it!
In fact, even though he is two years away from becoming a senior citizen, he still looks just like he did when he was Opie Taylor and Richie Cunnigham. Well, he didn’t have a beard back then but you know what I meant.
Here is to wishing him a very happy birthday and many more!
Days after announcing on Facebook that he will be retiring from touring later this year and an awful concert, David Cassidy reveals that he is suffering from Dementia.
The former teen idol made the revelation after he was accused of being drunk during Saturday’s show when he forgot the lyrics to some of his most famous songs. He told People, “I was in denial, but a part of me always knew this was coming,” because he watched both his grandfather and mother die from the dreadful disease that cause memory loss and more. He recalled what his mother went through at the end, “The only way I knew she recognized me is with one single tear that would drop from her eye every time I walked into the room…I feared I would end up that way.”
Instead of being negative about his diagnosis, the 66 year old still wants to enjoy life. Hopefully, he will get to do just that because he has brought so much joy to his fans for over 50 years.
It’s Monday and we all need something to cheer us up! How about Alan Alda trying to do a cartwheel at 80 years young? While it didn’t go over well, it is the best thing he has done since M*A*S*H! So good, no matter how many times you watch it, it brings a huge smile to your face. Just like M*A*S*H, no matter how many times you watch it, it never gets old.
And talking about old, Alda proves no matter how old you get, you are never too old to be a big kid!
As we end one year and begin a new one, Me TV takes a look back the beginning and endings of some of the shows of their lineup like Cheers, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Happy Days, Star Trek and several more.
Seeing them side by side like that, show how much they changed from their first day to their last one.
I enjoyed it so much, I want to see them do that with more shows. What shows would you like to see the first and last scenes of simultaneously like that.
On November 24th, Florence Henderson passed away and just over a month later four of her TV children got together to remember her. Maureen McCormick aka Marcia, Marcia, Marcia, Christopher Knight aka Peter, Mike Lookinland aka Bobby and Susan Olsen aka Cindy were reunited with her real family to honor the woman they loved as a mom. By the smiles on their faces, you can tell they remember as fondly as we do which a great thing of you consider The Brady Buch debuted almost 50 years ago.
When it comes to why Eve Plumb and Barry were Williams were not there, we will just assume they were both busy!