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2011-08-07 09:50:54 PM
Mushy, mushy :-D
 
2011-08-07 10:05:10 PM
Let's go down to the beach and shoot some clams.


/from memory
 
2011-08-07 10:10:48 PM
classic hilarity
 
2011-08-07 10:42:44 PM
CRAP, I'm old enough to remember that.
 
2011-08-07 10:45:36 PM
The complete series is due out on DVD in October.
 
2011-08-07 10:46:25 PM
That probably wouldn't be allowed on network TV nowadays. God, everyone in the 70's was on drugs. Remember the one episode of WKRP when Carlson used cocaine as foot powder?
 
2011-08-07 10:49:17 PM

monty666: That probably wouldn't be allowed on network TV nowadays. God, everyone in the 70's was on drugs. Remember the one episode of WKRP when Carlson used cocaine as foot powder?


Episodes like that weren't allowed on cable networks in 2000.

For example, when Nick at Nite aired The Facts of Life, they refused to show the episodes about Weed, Suicide, and Natalie getting laid.

It wouldn't surprise me if they refused to air the episodes of Barney Miller and WKRP that you're talking about when they N@N was still airing classic TV shows.
 
2011-08-07 11:06:59 PM

FirstNationalBastard: The complete series is due out on DVD in October.


Netflix has it available on DVD now. Season 3, disc 2 has the "Hash" episode.
 
2011-08-08 06:17:59 AM
www.nndb.com totes looks like cache.boston.com
 
2011-08-08 08:16:52 AM
Miller: Have these tested!
Harris: [grabs one, takes BIG bite]
Miller: Not that way!
 
2011-08-08 08:49:26 AM
Classic 70's TV will never be beat.
 
2011-08-08 09:02:52 AM
Damn, that's funny. I barely remember the show at all.
 
2011-08-08 09:05:39 AM
One of the best ensemble comedies ever.

\will buy on DVD
 
2011-08-08 09:28:37 AM

monty666: That probably wouldn't be allowed on network TV nowadays. God, everyone in the 70's was on drugs. Remember the one episode of WKRP when Carlson used cocaine as foot powder?


Carlson, running around slapping the coke out of his shoe, "I've got a monkey on my back!"
 
2011-08-08 10:17:36 AM

monty666: That probably wouldn't be allowed on network TV nowadays. God, everyone in the 70's was on drugs. Remember the one episode of WKRP when Carlson used cocaine as foot powder?


I've come to think that TV reached its peak in the 70s - it sure seemed more "mature" for lack of a better word. Comedies like SNL, Barney Miller, and WKRP routinely had bits on drugs, sex, race, etc. Nowadays they tiptoe around those subjects if they bring them up at all.

Yemana: Then Fish runs in the alley and he leaps over us like one of those, what do you call those things in Africa that run and leap in the air?
Detective Ron Harris: Slaves.
 
2011-08-08 10:26:11 AM

OldManDownDRoad: I've come to think that TV reached its peak in the 70s


All in the Family, MASH, all kinds of examples
 
2011-08-08 11:13:45 AM

gbcinques: monty666: That probably wouldn't be allowed on network TV nowadays. God, everyone in the 70's was on drugs. Remember the one episode of WKRP when Carlson used cocaine as foot powder?

Carlson, running around slapping the coke out of his shoe, "I've got a monkey on my back!"


I've got a monkey on my foot!"
(from memory)
 
2011-08-08 12:08:19 PM
The video is missing the best line, from Fish:

"For the first time in years, I feel great, and it's illegal."
 
2011-08-08 12:25:31 PM
i47.tinypic.com

Sanford and Son when Gardy found "wild parsley" growing in the yard was pretty funny as well.
 
2011-08-08 12:51:51 PM

FirstNationalBastard: It wouldn't surprise me if they refused to air the episodes of Barney Miller and WKRP that you're talking about when they N@N was still airing classic TV shows.


They don't anymore. Even TV Land got away from what made them successful, what with all the stupid reality shows (yes, that's redundant), original crap and a three-hour nightly block of Everybody Loves Raymond.
 
2011-08-08 01:07:17 PM
Remember the episode of WKRP when the Cops were trying to prove live on air that drinking reduces reaction time and the more drunk they got the faster they were getting! Funny stuff...

I'll repeat: 70's sitcoms were the best and will never again be matched.
 
2011-08-08 01:26:50 PM

FirstNationalBastard: For example, when Nick at Nite aired The Facts of Life, they refused to show the episodes about Weed, Suicide, and Natalie getting laid.


If I remember right, wasn't she raped rather than "getting laid"?
 
2011-08-08 01:29:35 PM
The age of Norman Lear was a great one for sitcoms.

All in the Family, Sanford and Son, One Day at a Time, The Jeffersons, Good Times and Maude were all produced by him.
 
2011-08-08 01:33:05 PM

SharkTrager: If I remember right, wasn't she raped rather than "getting laid"?


No, she did sleep with her boyfriend in the last season.
There was an attempted rape in another.
 
2011-08-08 01:44:02 PM

Cubicle Jockey: SharkTrager: If I remember right, wasn't she raped rather than "getting laid"?

No, she did sleep with her boyfriend in the last season.
There was an attempted rape in another.


Frankly, neither would be that funny. I can see why they didn't want to air them.
 
2011-08-08 03:13:40 PM

SharkTrager: Cubicle Jockey: SharkTrager: If I remember right, wasn't she raped rather than "getting laid"?

No, she did sleep with her boyfriend in the last season.
There was an attempted rape in another.

Frankly, neither would be that funny. I can see why they didn't want to air them.


I'm still wondering why the average looking chunky chick was the one who was always being nearly raped, and then putting out.

I think the Facts of Life was trying to send out a message... fat chicks are easy.
 
2011-08-08 03:36:49 PM

drsmith: Remember the episode of WKRP when the Cops were trying to prove live on air that drinking reduces reaction time and the more drunk they got the faster they were getting! Funny stuff...

I'll repeat: 70's sitcoms were the best and will never again be matched.


The Job, with Dennis Leary and Newsradio beg to differ. :)
 
2011-08-08 04:10:52 PM

drsmith: Remember the episode of WKRP when the Cops were trying to prove live on air that drinking reduces reaction time and the more drunk they got the faster they were getting! Funny stuff...

I'll repeat: 70's sitcoms were the best and will never again be matched.


Johnny Fever got faster. Venus got plastered to the point that he required a hat.

/ "On the air? I AM the air!"
 
2011-08-08 04:13:48 PM

dionysusaur: drsmith: Remember the episode of WKRP when the Cops were trying to prove live on air that drinking reduces reaction time and the more drunk they got the faster they were getting! Funny stuff...

I'll repeat: 70's sitcoms were the best and will never again be matched.

Johnny Fever got faster. Venus got plastered to the point that he required a hat.

/ "On the air? I AM the air!"


"Hiya, white folks!"
 
2011-08-08 05:21:02 PM
Oh man, that's probably my favorite episode. Off to Netflix to watch the series.
 
2011-08-08 06:18:11 PM

GypsyJoker: One of the best ensemble comedies ever.

\will buy on DVD


I agree. They really worked well together.
 
2011-08-08 07:24:45 PM

FirstNationalBastard: I'm still wondering why the average looking chunky chick was the one who was always being nearly raped, and then putting out.


Blair was the one who was supposed to have had the sexy time, but the actress refused, so they had to re-write it.
 
2011-08-08 08:42:23 PM
Hey, sharp as a tack!
 
2011-08-08 09:15:13 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Mushy, mushy :-D


haha, I came here to say that, laughed that it was 1.
 
2011-08-08 09:28:14 PM

monty666: That probably wouldn't be allowed on network TV nowadays. God, everyone in the 70's was on drugs. Remember the one episode of WKRP when Carlson used cocaine as foot powder?


And yet somehow society didn't collapse in on itself. Imagine that.
 
2011-08-08 09:28:59 PM
"Anybody see my legs?"
"They're about this long."
"Ten Toes."
"One of 'em's busted."

Loved that show.
 
2011-08-08 09:39:08 PM
Electric yellow has me by the brain banana!
 
2011-08-08 10:56:06 PM

monty666: That probably wouldn't be allowed on network TV nowadays. God, everyone in the 70's was on drugs. Remember the one episode of WKRP when Carlson used cocaine as foot powder?


I believe you are correct.

And yes, that WKRP episode was hilarious. Thank you for reminding me of it.

It's too bad (from what I've heard) that WKRP on DVD sucks, because they had to take out all the great music from the original episodes. It was too expensive for them to get the rights to all the songs, so they didn't bother to.

And subby, thank you for posting this hilarious clip. I never really watched Barney Miller. And now I want to.
 
2011-08-09 08:06:43 AM
I think my favorite line from all of Barney Miller is, "The Hasidim are rioting."
 
2011-08-09 11:16:13 AM
still can't get over the porno-like based theme song though
 
2011-08-09 04:44:20 PM

FirstNationalBastard: SharkTrager: Cubicle Jockey: SharkTrager: If I remember right, wasn't she raped rather than "getting laid"?

No, she did sleep with her boyfriend in the last season.
There was an attempted rape in another.

Frankly, neither would be that funny. I can see why they didn't want to air them.

I'm still wondering why the average looking chunky chick was the one who was always being nearly raped, and then putting out.

I think the Facts of Life was trying to send out a message... fat chicks are easy.


Jo was the one who had her dressed ripped by the high society guy on the golf course
 
2011-08-09 10:25:00 PM
Just watched it again. And just laughed my ass off again.

God, what a great show.
 
2011-08-11 01:52:05 AM

gbcinques: monty666: That probably wouldn't be allowed on network TV nowadays. God, everyone in the 70's was on drugs. Remember the one episode of WKRP when Carlson used cocaine as foot powder?

Carlson, running around slapping the coke out of his shoe, "I've got a monkey on my back foot!"


FTFY
 
2011-08-11 03:37:12 AM
Granny: I'm going down to the lake to smoke some crawdads.
Officer: Smoke some what?
Granny: Crawdads. But first I need a little pot.
 
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