Archive for the ‘Classic TV’ Category
The words I missed as a young child.
In honor of Walter Cronkite who passed away a few days ago.
A classic lip-synced Muppet bit from 1969, featuring the voices of Matt Robinson and Loretta Long (the original Gordon and Susan). It’s doesn’t get any groovier than this.
And when Captain Mark Says Yeah it’s always a good time.
One of show biz’s most exotic star, Eartha Kitt has used up the last of her nine lives. Perhaps best known as the vampy R rolling CatWoman on the brilliantly campy sixties Batman tv series, Santa’s Baby (her biggest radio hit) passed away this past Christmas Day.
From all the boys who fell for the cat scratch fever back in the day – we salute you.
That’s interesting, I always thought Bigfeet would be friendly. Not in MacGyver’s world they aren’t.
In case you missed it a while back. There once was The Odd Couple, but now we have The Oddest Couple as Snoop Dogg appears on Martha Stewart’s TV show.
Oh yeah baby, don’t you mess with Black Belt Jones.
Am I the only one who thinks these guys were part of a cult who used the medium of television to send their subliminal messages out to the masses? I thought so.
I was having a conversation with a friend of mine the other day when the topic of our discussion led to lumberjacks. It’s not a typical discussion I would have, but it was an interesting one nonetheless. At one point I made reference to Monty Python’s “Lumberjack Song” and my friend looked at me like I was from Mars. He had no clue what I was talking about. This post is for him, and any of you who may have never seen Monty Python’s classic skit.