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7 Shows From The 80s That No One Bothers To Mention Anymore

There are shows we all remember from our childhood, like Family Ties, M*A*S*H, The Wonder Years, etc. But amidst all those generational favorites, there were other TV shows that didn't get as much attention. Some might even call them forgotten. These shows might not have deserved to be held as high as the rest, but they certainly didn't deserve to be locked in the proverbial basement. 1. My Sister SamCBS/AOLYou probably remember the show Mork & Mindy, but few people remember the short-lived spin-off, My Sister Pam. The show premiered in 1986 to solid ratings, but the

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The Cast Of "A Christmas Story, Live!" Has Been Revealed

On December 17th, you'll be able to watch your favorite Christmas movie on TV, only this time it will be live!Fox is at it once again, putting on a live production of A Christmas Story. They jumped on the live musical bandwagon in 2016, with their version of Grease. The reviews were solid, so now they want to see how far they can push their luck. For those of you who don't know A Christmas Story (where have you been for the last 34 years?), the movie is about nine-year-old Ralphie Parker and his family, who are just trying

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80s Movies That Taught Us Everything We Know About Life

Coming of age is not easy, but there were some movies that made it a little more bearable. It's also nice to know that Hollywood understood our anguish. Here are 8 movies from the '80s that taught us everything we needed to know as we transitioned from kids to young adults. The Outsiders (1983)S.E. Hinton's 1967 novel The Outsiders became an instant hit, which inspired the 1983 movie that had an all-star cast. We follow the life of young greaser Ponyboy Curtis, who struggles to do well in school and deal with an upper-class rival group. brokelynIf there's

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10 Anti-Drug PSAs From Your Childhood That You Talk About In Therapy

When former U.S. President Richard Nixon declared the war on drugs in the '70s, there were countless anti-drug PSAs that filled our television screens advising the youth to stay in school and to say no to drugs.During the '80s and '90s, hard drugs made their way into suburban neighborhoods and became a rampant issue in youth populations. All this fearmongering didn't stop everyone from saying yes to drugs, but it probably did scare the heck out of some people. When you look back now, you can't help but laugh at some of them. 10. Pee-wee Herman says crack

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20 Childhood Crushes Whose Posters Were Plastered All Over Our Walls

Childhood crushes are a very important thing. The first person you fall in love with when you are a kid will stick with you for the rest of your life. You will always remember the person who's pictures you cut out of magazines to post up on your wall. We asked our readers who their first celebrity crushes were, and they were happy to share who they were obsessed with when they were younger. Check out the most popular options to see if your first crush made the cut! 1. Zach MorrisNBC2. Leonardo DiCaprio Paramount Pictures3. Johnny DeppFOX4. Jonathon Taylor

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Is Mall Madness Worth As Much Money As People Have Been Claiming?

clicWe all had a lot of toys growing up. There were board games, dolls, video games, and of course stuffed animals. Of course some were better than others, but there were always a few standouts that were unbelievably amazing. Mall Madness was one of these standouts. EbayMall Madness was a board game that came out in 1988 and was essentially based completely around shopping. The game is set in a two story shopping mall where players would have $150-$200 (depending on the version you were playing) to try to make purchases. EtsyThere would be surprise sales and clearances to

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Behind-The-Scenes Stories From 'The Princess Bride' That Are Sweeter Than Any Fairy Tale

The thought that there could be a more wonderful and romantic movie than The Princess Bride is completely inconceivable. The cast was impeccable, the story was romantic, and the jokes were hilarious. Everything about this movie is basically perfect. But what do the people who made it think? 20th Century FoxIt's been 30 years since the movie came out, but the cast and director are still happy to talk about it. The movie was brought to life by director Rob Reiner, based on his favorite book The Princess Bride, but originally the studios didn't want him to make it.20th