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  1. I wanted those (and The My Three Sons tapes) sooo bad, but I was just a kid and couldn't afford it.
  2. When I heard the news, all I could think was about her being reunited with Ossie Davis.
  3. I was listening to the first episode of Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast (iTunes) and Dick Cavett told a story about meeting Frank Nelson's son at a restaurant. Nelson's son told Cavett that his father disliked being confused with Gale Gordon.
  4. I've always thought her character in "Houseboat" was a little weird. In that one, she's in love with her dead sister's husband (Cary Grant). When he falls in love with his nanny (Sophia Loren), she feels like he's mistreated her because she's loved him since she was a little girl.
  5. I have Showgirl Lucy and Lucy and Ethel in the Candy Factory. I agree the dolls were better when they first came out. I haven't liked Mattel since they started divided their dolls into labels (pink, black, gold, and platinum). It seems so snobby.
  6. I didn't recognize the name, but I liked him as Sarah Jessica Parker's dad in "Girls Just Want To Have Fun."
  7. I thought they would. They put The Doris Day Show and Family Affair into box sets too after the individual releases.
  8. That's for sure! I hope it all works out the way you want. Sounds very cool and exciting.
  9. I think they were trying to convey that the supermarket is a remarkable place because it brings you your food (and Pepsi) without you having to think about where it comes from and what work you have to do to obtain it. You don't have to pick your own apples or catch and clean your own fish. You can go down to the nice, clean supermarket and buy the things you want. From A Quick History of the Supermarket: Based on this, I would guess that they were trying to convince viewers that the prosperity they were witnessing was going to continue well into the future.
  10. "Love yourself first, and everything else falls into line!" - Lucille Ball. This quote is in the September 2, 2013 issue of Woman's World.
  11. Wow, that doesn't sound familiar at all. It would drive me kind of crazy not knowing.
  12. WINGS is one of the last sitcoms made by people (David Angell, Peter Casey and David Lee of "Cheers" and "Frasier") who didn't base their comedy on references to other shows or media. An average episode of "Wings," "Cheers" or "Frasier" can stand on its own, but if you don't know the cultural references in shows like "Family Guy" or "HIMYM," you're not getting the entire joke.
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