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A mini Weekend at Bernie’s reunion
August 28th, 2018 under Reunions. [ Comments: none ]

Back in 1989, Terry Kiser did not look alive in Weekend at Bernie’s. You know because his character was dead in the movie and his two employees made it appear like he was still very much alive.

That was then, now 29 years later, he is still alive and kicking. As you can see in this photo of him posing with co-star Catherine Mary Stewart at the HorrorHound convention over the weekend.

Too bad they cannot do a Weekend at Bernie’s 3. But after 30 years, no one would want to see Bernie as a decomposed corpse. I least I hope not.


The Facts of Life girls got together to remember Charlotte Rae
August 13th, 2018 under Reunions, The Facts of Life. [ Comments: none ]

Last week, Charlotte Rae passed away at the age of 92, and yesterday some of Edna’s girls got together to memorialize her. Mindy Cohn (Natalie), Kim Fields (Tootie) and Julie Piekarski (Sue Ann) reunited to pay tribute to the comedic legend.

Even though it has been almost 40 years since the show premiered (Can you believe that?), they are still just as close now as when they were learning about The Facts of Life. Forget the Jessica Biel and Leonardo DiCaprio remake are pitching, these are the only Eastland girls we care about. Still gorgeous after all of these years and hopefully still causing trouble as Tootie would say.


The Back to the Future cast reunites!
August 13th, 2018 under Lea Thompson, Michael J Fox, Reunions, Taxi. [ Comments: none ]

Over the weekend, the Fan Expo in Boston made a lot of fans happy when they reunited four of the cast members from Back to the Future. Even though everyone hated Biff (Thomas F. Wilson) on the big screen, in real life, Marty McFly (Michael J Fox), Doc (Christopher Lloyd) and Lorraine (Lea Thompson) actually like him.

In fact, the four of them look so close, I think it is time they did Back to the Future 4. Maybe they can take a page out of Cobra Kai and make it Biff’s story.

BTW can you believe it has been 33 years since the first movie came out? It is as though they are stuck in 1985 because they have not aged a day.


The Night Court cast got together to remember Harry Anderson
June 4th, 2018 under Reunions. [ Comments: 1 ]

On April 16th, Harry Anderson passed away suddenly, and over the weekend several cast and crew members from Night Court reunited to remember their friend.

Marsha Warfield was the last one to join the cast as a series regular, but it was as though she was there from the beginning of the sitcom. Roz shared some photos of herself with her former co-workers, actors Markie Post aka Christine Sullivan and John Larroquette aka Dan Fielding, and crew members Julie Dresner and Susie Gunter as they reminisced about their buddy. Not Buddy, his father on the courtroom comedy, played by John Astin, but Harry himself.

No other details were shared about their day, but it looks like they remembered Judge Harry T Stone just as he lived his life, with a huge smile. They have all said that the actor, magician and comedian always made them laugh on the set. Just like he always made us laugh on our TV sets.

Before Anderson passed away, I said I really wanted a Night Court revival. Seeing the cast looking all happy together and looking just as good now as they did then makes me think that it would have worked. Too bad, it was never meant to be.


Tony Orlando and Dawn reunite for a Christmas Miracle
May 11th, 2018 under 70s, Reunions. [ Comments: none ]

Last month, ABBA announced that they are releasing new music together for the first time in 35 years. Yesterday. Tony Orlando and Dawn revealed they will be reuniting for a Christmas concert in Illinois on December 11th. It will be the first time in three years that Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent Wilson will sing together.

At this rate, Disco will make like a Zombie and come back from the dead. That’s the way, uh-huh, uh-huh, I like it. Yes, I know that is a KC and the Sunshine Band song, but it works better than untie that yellow ribbon ’round the ole oak tree.


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