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Desc:More channel hopping in the 70s
Category:Classic TV Clips, Advertisements
Tags:commercial, tv, 70s, Everything is Terrible
Submitted:jreid
Date:07/30/12
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Rudy - 2012-07-30
This Christmas, everyone I know is getting a barrel.
Dread Pirate Roberts - 2012-07-30
All my stars and more for the end.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-07-30
I was not expecting the guest panel when I heard the words 'special people'.
Father Avalanche - 2012-07-31
You weren't kidding.... Sheesh....

Father Avalanche - 2012-07-31
hey pumpkin, it's that terrifying clown for you again.
Bort - 2012-07-31
At 2:48, that's Kate Mulgrew: the original notion of "Kate Loves a Mystery" was that she was Columbo's wife, but they eventually ditched that angle.

At 1:37, that's Bruce Jenner. If you weren't around in the 1970s, if you know Bruce Jenner for anything, it's as the stepdad of Kim Kardashian; what you didn't know was that he was a gold medalist in the 1976 Olympics, and took to advertising about 78% of all products sold in the US. In that one Patton Oswalt / Brian Posehn bit they refer to him as the "Wheaties faggot" because he was all over Wheaties boxes back in the day. Even John Belushi once parodied Jenner's Wheaties commercial on SNL.
Xenagama Warrior Princess - 2012-08-01
I always wanted a salmon sculpture made with imported ice flown in from Chernobyl. The phosphorescent glow was always an excellent candidate for mood lighting during tableside chats in the 70s.
Caminante Nocturno - 2013-08-13
I haven't heard the name "Kiddy City" in at least 20 years.
Killer Joe - 2015-05-17
Jesus 70s, have some goddamn dignity.
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