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Hey Christopher Lloyd and Tony Danza, Taxis look a lot different in 2023!
September 23rd, 2023 under Taxi. [ Comments: none ]

Christopher Lloyd and Tony Danza reunited at FanX Salt Lake City, and they went for a ride.

Back in the ’70s, Tony and Reverend Jim drove taxis. But in 2023, they get around in style because their wheels are a Delorean.

If only they could travel back in time and save Taxi. But if they did, then Back to the Future would fade away like Michael J. Fox did in the first movie…


A mini-Taxi reunion
August 3rd, 2023 under Danny DeVito, Taxi. [ Comments: none ]

It has been 41 years since Taxi ended its run, but the cast still likes hanging out with one another. Case in point Carole Kane, Danny DeVito, and Tony Danza got together to see their friend Rhea Perlman in her Off-Broadway show Let’s Call Her Patty.

I have a theory that the reason why some series last in syndication for so long, like Taxi, is because the cast sincerely gets along. The viewers can feel their chemistry, and that is why we enjoy watching. And that is why we are still watching their sitcom after all of these decades. That, and because it was absolutely brilliant and hilarious.


BTWF: Judd Hirsch for Whirlpool
May 8th, 2023 under Before They Were Famous, Taxi. [ Comments: none ]

Before Judd Hirsch was divorced on Taxi, he was married with Whirlpool Appliances. He looks the same now as he did when he was 40 in that 1975 commercial.


A mini Taxi reunion!
May 8th, 2023 under Taxi. [ Comments: none ]

Tony Danza is performing in NYC, and some of his old friends from his Taxi days decided to do lunch with him. Those friends are Christopher Lloyd (Reverend Jim), Judd Hirsch (Alex), and Carol Kane (Simka).

They all look so happy together. It’s hard to believe that their sitcom is turning 45 later this year. Do you believe it? Because they all look fantastic!

I have a theory that shows do well in syndication if the casts still get along long after the series ended. Case in point, Taxi is still streaming after all of these decades.


Andy Kaufman will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame!
March 20th, 2023 under Taxi. [ Comments: none ]

Andy Kaufman was one of the most brilliant comedians who ever lived (and I am not saying this because Taxi is my favorite show), even though he died from lung cancer at the age of 35 in 1984. He still left his mark on television and in the wrestling world.

Kaufman declared himself the Inter-Gender Wrestling Champion of the World because he wrestled women. However, he was most famous in that world for taking Jerry Lawler on during Late Night with David Letterman. The two wrestled with each other on the show, and everyone thought it was real. It wasn’t.

Why am I telling you this? Because Variety is reporting that he is going to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this year.

And I know he is looking down and smiling from ear to ear. I hope that Bobby Clifton is there to accept the honor on March 31st. You can watch the ceremony on Peacock.


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