If you are like me and long for the day when television shows came up with catchy theme songs that got stuck in your head every week until the next episode? Well Seth MacFarlane gave you the cure for that fix. He had his boys Brian and Stewie sing some of the best show openers from back in the day when he was just Meg’s age. Yeah, I said Meg!
Anyways, listen to TV’s most popular talking baby and talking dog singing the Diff’rent Strokes, Growing Pains, Charles In Charge, Silver Spoons, Who’s the Boss?, Perfect Strangers, The Golden Girls and Family Ties themes like the Lounge act that they are. It is what the World needs today because I think brings us all together like Hands Across America did.
BTW I know this is old, but I wish would could turn back time so that tomorrow won’t happen.
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.
Back in the late ’80s, a girl would have loved to have seen The Wonder Years’ Kevin Arnold and the youngest member of New Kids on the Block together, but it never happened. Now nearly 30 years later, it finally happened. Joey McIntyre and Fred Savage put on some ugly Christmas sweaters and gave us this wonderful picture.
This is what Christmas is all about! Making wet dreams come true!
The ’80s were like all about being Footloose and Robert Jones captured that totally awesome spirit with a mashup of dancing scenes from like so many like groovy to the max movies from the “me”decade. He put those toe tapping moments together to Lionel Richie’s bitchin’ tune Dancing on the Ceiling and it will have you like dancing on the ceiling. I like can’t get the upside down frown to turn around again after watching some tubular dancing moments from movies like Flashdance, Howard the Duck, Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Big, Beetlejuice, Annie, Revenge of the Nerds, Risky Business and so many, many more.
I just wish he included something from Little Shop of Horrors, Can’t Buy Me Love and The In-Crowd and some more from Girls Just Want to Have Fun.
Remember when you were a kid and all you wanted to do was live in Sam’s house from Sixteen Candles? Well, here’s your chance because the 6 bedroom, 4 bathroom house in Evanston, Illinois is up for sale. For just $1,499,000 it can be yours if you contact @Properties.
While the outside looks exactly the same, the inside has been completely remodeled. Gone are all of the browns and reds, and instead most of it is bright white. Creating a much more modern feel than the house we grew up with from the mid-’80s.
As an added bonus, the house comes with a poster from the coming of age classic. What more can you ask for?
Well maybe when you move in, Michael Schoeffling is there to greet with you a cake to celebrate your new home. Whatever happened to him? The biggest mystery of our day.