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Crispin Glover on Happy Days
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This war between video game intros and whatever the fuck this is can only end in tears.
Needs a "Save PoeTV from Idiots Week" tag.
Why am I watching late series Happy Days?
Because I believe this website was founded on the principles left to us by Crispin Glover.
"I AM... STRONG"
Five stars for description. Oh, and Glover + post-shark-jump Fonz is awesome.
man, it's crazy watching "Darcy", from Married with Children, play a respectable role, as the principle
Also, it's supposed to be the 50's, and the guy still has feathered hair. It must be in his contract. No messing with his hair.
This is not surprising. Happy Days was about as accurate a depiction of the 50's as Star Trek is of space travel.
and by "Darcy," I meant Jefferson ...Darcy
It's set in that weird late 50s era where everyone dressed like it was the 70s. Future-retro-futurism.
Happy Days gets one star always
and it's YOU that baleen is trying to save the site from.
so posting shit videos is going to save PoeTV from me? That makes a lot of fucking sense.
I post principles. I don't expect you to understand this.
Crispin gets five Stars always.
-2 for being way too fucking long.
Fonzie's pants are a brilliant blue. Cerulean.
Save PoeTV? Physician heal thy blah blah blah. This is also horrible.
they had frosted hair in the 70s?
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