Ah, man... I loved that show, lol. I'd be hard pressed to pick a favorite, but I suppose Freddy "Boom Boom" Washington would have to be my pick of the day. :D "Hi, there..."
"Up your nose with a rubber hose." And to think that was funny back then. Vinnie Barbarino. Truth be known I really didn't watch the show much but it is a part of Americana.
I remember plenty of Mad magazines about the house, but it was my brother who was the bigger fan.Memories - sweet memories.PG
I didn't watch it much, but I have to confess that I thought Vinnie was pretty cute. Fess up -- how many boxes of Mad magazines do you have stashed?:)
Freddie "Boom Boom" Washington.
Mr. Haney do you happen to have memorabilia from the rock group Yes? If you do I'll be utterly impressed.I have 1 -3 of the Trixi Belden series of books, you wouldn't happen to own any of those would you????If so "Have I got a deal for you" :)Hey I don't think Mr. Haney owns the rights to that phrase does he lol
Welcome Back Kotter...I can still sing the theme song. One of my favorite shows. What's up with 1977 this week? How do you find this stuff when you need it? (ps:I didn't bank the timeshare because I was gonna go...changed my mind)
I LOVE Mad magazines !I wanted to buy some Marvel Comics From US, but found them too expensive at $30 a piece!
Oh Mr. Kotter...Welcoime back LOL. MAD Magazine...to boot...excellent :) Wart Hog was the bomb on there :)
I was NOT into football in 1977!! but did read my cousins Mad Mags...and yes oh "upper your nose with a rubber hose" mustve been the mantra from then!!
We heard the song "Welcome Back" on the radio the other day and when I tried to explain the premise of the show, my kids were just baffled.
Did you always fold the back cover of MAD? I did, but then I didn't save any of them either.
We used to get Mad magazines here too.
October 3, 2009..East Lansing, Michigan...BEAT DOWN for U of M..I was not allowed to watch TV as a kid..no, really..I don't watch TV now either.
i woudl love tyo get my hands on your collection of MAD. my favorite sweathog? basically any of them who wasn't barbarino. he annoyed the hell out of me.
I wait for Wednesdays, just to see what memory you will jog in my brain! 1977- When you could still haul your own beer in the stadium..My Mom wouldn't let read Mad magazine in the house, so I always read it at the one chair barber shop I went to... Mrs. Kotter was hot!
okay, i officially don't know who or what you're talking about. other than mad magazine...
I can remember my brothers with their collection! I had a crush on the Mad boy! ;)
Well, I must admit I was hot for Teacher...Mr. Kotter got my vote! :P I loved the Mad Mags...wasn't too crazy about 1977 though...LOL
Vinnie Barberino of course. :) Oh to have a .50 mag again.
Am so flattered for the invitation! Enjoy your Friday 55's very much! But my life is so irregular it requires a laxative! ;)You probably get information for diabetes. But I'll give you dlife.com just in case you're interested. A savvy sight! I found out cherries are best for gout my mom used to get ALL of the time and rarely does now with cherry caplets you can get at a GNC or natural health food's store. But cherries help diabetes! You can't beat those pits! Stay well, Galen! :))
Vinnie Barbarino, of course!
we were just talking about another 70's classic do you remember "WKRP in Cincinnati" with lonni anderson. that was funny or the barney miller episode where they had hasheesh laced brownies and the one stoned cop goes "mooshy, mooshy, mooshy" that was so funny.
Thank you one and all for visiting and commenting, and strolling down Memory Lane once again with The G-Man....You guys are Bad to the Bone!
I had that issue of MAD! Wow, I loved that thing. If only we could go back to that place where simple pleasures were the best of all!
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