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Desc:In the 1980s, we KNEW how to do reality TV
Category:Classic TV Clips, Educational
Tags:1980s, nbc, reality tv, fred willard, real people
Submitted:Binro the Heretic
Date:05/26/12
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Comment count is 16
snothouse
We'll meet a dog who really dogs a dog when the dog goes dog.

Did anyone else hear that dogs name as "homo"?
Wonko the Sane
lol homophobia lol

Chalkdust
one of these people and their perky pooch are dead now
Rudy
Skip was my favorite. I remember how he would sexually harass Sarah Purcell throughout the show. How we laughed!

The one segment that was really burned into my brain for some reason was Skip singing a delightful little ditty called "I Said I Love You (Now Shut Up)" while Sarah waited her cue to hit a big drum with a mallet. Surprise! It wasn't a drum after all, but a big vat full of some cream-colored liquid and when Sarah went to hit it, it splashed all over her, humiliating her again for the benefit of a huge viewing audience.




Christ, my childhood was weird.

The Townleybomb
Needs the "ribald rascal" tag.
TeenerTot
I remember watching this , then "That's Incredible."
I distinctly remember hiding behind the couch with my fingers in my ears when That's Incredible aired the story of the haunted toy store.
Binro the Heretic
http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=78651

The whole thing was orchestrated by lying attention whore Sylvia Browne.

Reefer Fez
I remember reading the MAD Magazine parody "That's Real Incredible People".

baleen
MARK RUSSELL. That guy actually had a job?
Jet Bin Fever
Funny how the only thing I remember him from is the Simpsons making fun of him in that episode where Lisa goes to Washington for the essay contest. I guess he was at one time popular?

baleen
Conservatives had Russell to bore their children, liberals had Prairie Home Companion.

FABIO
Are there any worthwhile people who wear bow ties?

Caminante Nocturno
Orville Redenbacher.

MrBuddy
I don't remember Mark Russell on this show. Kind of forgot about Real People until I saw this video. Stars are for the memories.

twinkieafternoon
Dave Chappelle's "Mad Real People" parody sadly never made it prime-time.
joelkazoo
This was the one show my entire family would watch together.
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