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It’s Love Boat’s Captain Stubing and his daughter Vicki!
May 4th, 2017 under 70s, Jill Whelan, Reunions. [ Comments: 2 ]

It has been 40 years since The Love Boat set sail and the ship’s captain and his daughter did press to honor the milestone. Here is Gavin MacLeod and Jill Whelan waiting to talk to some reporters.

Nice to see the actors still look like a real father and daughter after 4 decades. Which I can’t believe it has been that long. Even harder to believe he is 86 and she is 50 because they both look like they could still be the King and Princess of any cruise.

BTW my dad looks forward to watching this show every Sunday on Me TV. I am surprised with all the reboots, they haven’t brought this show back again. MacLeod and Whelan could reprise their roles and I bet it would be a hit! Great way to showcase network stars like this show did in the ’70s and ’80s.


Ayyyy! The Happy Days gang sit on it for Erin Moran!
May 3rd, 2017 under Reunions. [ Comments: none ]

via People
On April 22nd, Erin Moran passed away from 4th stage cancer and yesterday her Happy Days co-stars got together to remember her at Cathy Silvers’ house. Jenny Piccollo had Joanie’s brother Richie aka Ron Howard, her crush Potsie aka Anson Williams, her mom Marion Ross, her friend Ralph Malph aka Donny Most and her husband Chachi aka Scott Baio over to celebrate their friends’ life.

Proving that this show has a bond that went above and beyond their filming days. They are still friends even though the show ended almost a third of a century ago. That chemistry is why we are still watching after all of these decades. Just like them, it never gets old.

This isn’t the first time that Silvers’ honored her friend, last week she had Bewitched’s Erin Murphy and The Brady Bunch’s Susan Olsen over to talk about the late actress.

These friendships show us just how special Erin Moran was to all of these people even after all of these years. She was as special to them as she was to us growing up and watching our favorite little sister grow up during Happy Days!


The Oneders from That Thing You Do perform their one hit wonder!
April 27th, 2017 under Reunions. [ Comments: none ]

via Ryan Vaughn

It has been over 20 years since That Thing You Do came out and Tom Everett Scott, Johnathon Schaech and Ethan Embry can still jam like they did back then.

On Tuesday night the movie band reunited at the Roxy with Josh Adam Meyers as their lead vocals. How did it come about? Meyers told The Laugh Button that Scott attended some of Meyers tapings of The Comedy Jam that airs on Comedy Central, the show Meyers hosts, and he asked the actor if they would like to do a reunion at The Goddamn Comedy Jam. At first he said no, but Scott’s brother in law, who produces The After Jam, worked his magic on him and got him to say yes. Now it was time to get the other bandmates on board. As soon as Embry and Schaech heard about it they were in, but Steve Zahn was working on a movie. They waited until he was done, but since he lives in Kentucky he wasn’t able to do it. Instead they put a mask on someone who represented him on stage.

Even though it isn’t the full band, it is still beyond groovy. I love how much Embry got into it. He really went all out. So did Scott who played the drums like a pro! It had to be a total blast for them to rock out again like they did in the 1964. Since they are all musicians, maybe they can go on tour. Could you imagine if The Oneders really hot the road together? I would go seem them do That Thing They Do!


Do the dance of joy because the Perfect Strangers’ cousins reunited!
April 24th, 2017 under Reunions. [ Comments: none ]

It has been almost 24 years since Perfect Strangers ended its 8 season run on ABC. Even though, Bronson Pinchot and Mark-Linn Baker have remained friends since the show ended in 1993, they have not done any press together since then. Last week, they did a radio interview together for 106.7 and talked about their time on the beloved sitcom.

Proving that Cousin Larry and Balki would still be living together after all of these years. So much so, I think they should do a revival of the show. This time instead of it taking place in Chicago, why not have it so that Cousin Larry moves in with Balki in Mypos. Larry is recently divorced and the kids have all moved out, so he is moving in with his cousin just like Balki did in 1986. I’d watch, would you?

To watch their Facebook Live chat, then click here!


It won’t be a cruel summer because Bananarama is reuniting!
April 24th, 2017 under 80s, Reunions. [ Comments: none ]

Before there was TLC and Destiny’s Child, there was Banananarama. The all female trio topped the charts in the ’80s with their songs Cruel Summer and Venus and it looked like they had many years ahead of them. Then in 1989, a year after their last live show, Siobhan Fahey quit the band after some in fighting.

I heard a rumor that says fast forward to this past Christmas, Keren Woodward and Sara Dallin called their long lost bandmate and suddenly there is a tour was in the works. Fahey told The Sun, “It’s pretty nerve wracking for me, it was 29 years ago that I left so I’m rusty to say the least.” Even though she might be a little rusty, she felt the time is right for the reunion that has been almost 30 years in the making.

This Wednesday, tickets go on sale in The UK for dates starting in November. But if Robert De Niro’s Waiting has been for all of this time for it to happen, then we can wait another 6 months to see them live again.

Hopefully, Bananarama will cross the pond because I would love to see them here in The US!


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