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Desc:We exist in the same world that birthed this.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Sports
Tags:farrah fawcett, kojak, Battle of the network stars, That turkey Ben Murphy
Submitted:Aelric
Date:07/03/09
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Comment count is 11
Spit Spingola
I enjoyed the cartoon.
fluffy
What was the orchestral soundtrack to Yellow Submarine doing in the introduction?
dicktatortot
some of the music you are hearing is from dirty dozen.
The Townleybomb
The Battle of the Network Stars was serious business, back before cable. You'd better believe that the Olympics didn't merit seven minutes worth of opening credits.
FABIO
Tanks and bombs rolling out of NBC


tee hee
themilkshark
5 stars for how many minutes of my life I want back after watching that boring shit. Good job POE, ya got me!
Caminante Nocturno
I don't think you could make something like this today.
Jet Bin Fever
Notice how NBC has all the shitty shows no one has heard of... well, except Sanford and Son and Little House, but... who cares?

Terrible television event.
memedumpster
Is that Lorne Greene narrating the first part?

This is craven television of yesteryear that I actually don't remember.
cognitivedissonance
It's no Circus of the Stars.
Rudy
HOLMES AND YO-YO!

From the Wiki: "The series follows Detective Holmes and his new android partner Yo-Yo, on their adventures and misadventures, as Holmes teaches Yo-Yo what it is like to be human, while trying to keep his quirky partner's true nature a secret from criminals and fellow cops."

Also: "Many Nielsen viewers claimed they felt "uncomfortable" with the show's often racy humor, most especially episode seven, over 14 minutes of which was Yo-Yo verbalizing (in graphic detail) his desire for genitalia."

I need to see this.
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