Was anyone else hypnotized by the sheer glamour and sophistication of rhinestones being filmed through a kaleidoscope?
The Sprightly, Sparkly Theme from 'Family Affair'
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 142||15 hours ago|
Yes! And that apartment!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 1||10/09/2018|
Yeah, I liked it the FIRST time I saw it.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 2||10/09/2018|
In the 1970s when I was sometimes home sick from school my mom would bring the small portable (B&W) TV set to my bedroom so I can have something to watch in bed. It was all reruns, from Batman to Bewitched to Family Affair. I enjoyed Family Affair because I was about the same age as the twin kids, but I didn't take into account that the shows were older and that the actors who played the kids were practically adults by then.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 3||10/09/2018|
It was so glamorous and enchanting. I loved the cursive written credits, too.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 4||10/09/2018|
And the whole family ended up a train-wreck which is sort of satisfying in it's own way.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 5||10/09/2018|
It gave me illusions of living a glamorous life in New York. Of course, that wasn't manageable. There were lots of us who wanted that life.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 6||10/09/2018|
Uncle Bill and Mr. French were on the downlow lovers; whoever couldn't see that was blind! It's how it was done back then.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 7||10/09/2018|
The opening was the best part of the show.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 8||10/09/2018|
In retrospect, it was a weird opening sequence for a somber-ish low-key family comedy. Certainly had nothing to do with the show itself.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 9||10/09/2018|
I loved it! It was mesmerizing, thank you for starting this thread. I liked every character, but fantasized about having Mr. French, or an adult like that in my life. But I ADORED the dad....I used to practice saying Uncle Bill, Uncle Bill!! Like the kids. I thought all grown men were like that, loved his gravelly voice, blond hair, always dressed so nicely and I just KNEW he smelled divine. And his shoulders in those suits, I can’t even, I want to snuggle into his big fatherly chest right now. If only...
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 10||10/09/2018|
I was a baby when its original run finished so I didn't see it until it started airing every day after school at 4:30 when i was six or seven, but unfortunately it took the time spot of my favorite show -- Petticoat Junction. I vividly remember being furious that PJ wasn't on anymore and throwing a fit. I was mostly a well-behaved kid, but this just destroyed my world. My mom tried to tell me that I'd love Family Affair -- it had been a favorite of hers -- but I refused to watch and stomped down the hall of our trailer to my room.
Luckily right around the same time, I discovered three women to take the place of the Bradley sisters on Wednesday nights, and they were even more glamorous. Goodbye Betty Jo, Bobbie Jo and Billie Jo, and hello Sabrina, Jill and Kelly!
I did end up watching some episodes of Family Affair later and found it dull.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 11||10/09/2018|
R11, You're cute.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 12||10/09/2018|
Mr. French was always carrying around that damp towel. Was it a cumrag?
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 13||10/09/2018|
I still get chills thinking of Buffy and Jody, in Spain, terrified and in hysterics as the the bus rolled away with Mr. French left behind.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 14||10/09/2018|
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 15||10/09/2018|
I thought the theme song was a copy of the opening riff of "Something" by the Beatles.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 16||10/09/2018|
The credits weren't quite as sparkly in black and white and with constant rabbit ears static, trust me.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 17||10/09/2018|
I don't know why these pixy sticks fascinated me.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 18||10/09/2018|
Fuckin' Screen Gems. Let's see -- what can we animate that will be the cheapest. How about a couple dots and some lines? Done!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 19||10/09/2018|
Later they came up with the infamous "S From Hell" logo. There's even a documentary film about people who are afraid of this logo:
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 20||10/09/2018|
music by DeVol
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 21||10/09/2018|
As was mentioned in a previous thread, that BIG CENTER DOORKNOB!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 22||10/09/2018|
R20, the music sounds like it's sayin SHIT
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 23||10/09/2018|
That Screen Gems music has something terribly wrong with its frequency. Very unnerving!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 24||10/09/2018|
A friend told me of a childhood nightmare he had that was due to the kaleidoscope effect iin "The Lucy Show" opening.
In the dream he was helping his mother weed a flower bed. All the marigold blossoms turned into Lucy's face and started to swirl in the kaleidoscope effect. He woke up screaming.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 25||10/09/2018|
The depressing show didn’t fulfill the promise of the music and the sparkling jewels. I’d rather watch the opening over and over for a half-hour than watch an episode.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 26||10/09/2018|
Kaleidoscope theme songs were apparently big in the '60s, because there was also this:
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 27||10/09/2018|
That creepy Lucy puppet from Here's Lucy was the stuf of nightmares.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 28||10/09/2018|
Great thread. I loved that opening and had forgotten about the center doorknob! It was a 5 bedroom apartment (or did buffy and jody share?) R14, that Spain episode also freaked me out. As a young kid, I was always thinking about getting left alone or being kidnapped. One too many episodes pretending to not be watching Edge of Night, I suspect.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 29||10/09/2018|
R28, the "Here's Lucy" puppet looks a bit like the doll in those "Chucky" movies from the 80s, don't you think?
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 30||10/09/2018|
The one that freaked me out was about Buffy's friend Eve (DL fave Eve Plumb) who was dying, so the Davises had an early Christmas party for her.
What a morbid premise for a 1960s sitcom about kids.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 31||10/09/2018|
The FA bus episode also did a number on me when I was little (and I didn’t even know about human trafficking then or I would have died from fright).
Was I alone in loving the Lucy puppet? I wanted to have her live in my Barbie townhouse and drive the groovy Country Camper.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 32||10/09/2018|
Imagine that old ciggies and whiskey voice, "wanna play?"
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 33||10/09/2018|
A very wise DL poster suggested in one of the numerous FA threads that the opening was actually an homage to Auntie Mame. Both deal with orphaned children who come from far away to live in the big city with an aunt/uncle.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 34||10/09/2018|
I had watched soaps enough to know what the word 'affair' meant, thanks to Bernice Robinson having an AFFAIR with John Randolph.
So Family and Affair and that theme and the twirling lights really messed me up.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 35||10/09/2018|
Also this 3-D way of printing.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 36||10/09/2018|
Yes r35. I saw those same spinning lights when I shot Tom Baxter. And then Greg Barnard. And then, all the time when I drank.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 37||10/09/2018|
I thought it was so elegant that they had a live-in servant.
And Unca Bill was cute.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 38||10/09/2018|
[quote]I thought it was so elegant that they had a live-in servant.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 39||10/09/2018|
Love the theme. Hated the show.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 40||10/09/2018|
I can remember being fascinated by the opening as a toddler.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 41||10/09/2018|
There was something vaguely European about the music, was that a particular genre?
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 42||10/10/2018|
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 43||10/10/2018|
[quote]I still get chills thinking of Buffy and Jody, in Spain, terrified and in hysterics as the the bus rolled away with Mr. French left behind.
FA was a favorite for a couple of years when my sister and I were kids; Johnny Whitaker is my age. I don't remember the bus or even that it was Spain, but the only thing I remember about the show is when they were lost in a foreign country; I think they slept in a barn one night? I just recall that it was very scary and worrying. Oh, I also remember what must have been a very early one where Buffy and Jody got the keys to Uncle Bill's car and went to the parking garage, and one of them was going to work the pedals and the other the steering wheel.
I think as the kids got older we lost interest.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 44||10/10/2018|
Buffy and Jody weren't all that. They were trash. Poor cousins from the other side of the tracks
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 45||10/10/2018|
I remember the one about a bonsai tree. It freaked me out as a kid because if the tree died it meant the man who owned it died. And somehow Jodie had it and it was dying. That's what I think of whenever I see a bonsai tree. You people are right, there was some morbid episodes.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 46||10/10/2018|
I never understood why we bought the idea of a man like Uncle Bill would employ someone like Mr. French. Wouldn't it be great if someone could edit some of these shows so Lurch would be the butler for Eddie's Father, Mrs. Livingston the housekeeper for the Addams Family, Rosario for the Brady Bunch, and Mr. French for Karen Walker.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 47||10/10/2018|
I especially like the version of the opening with the voiceover saying "Family Affair." It's like the voiceover that announces "The Beverly Hillbillies" with so much enthusiasm.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 48||10/10/2018|
She was cute you dumb assholes:
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 49||10/10/2018|
R49, another DL'er said as a kid, he performed the entire Lucy puppet performance with the TV for his mom including the wink and kiss to Gary. He said his mom cried herself to sleep that night.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 50||10/10/2018|
They didn't exactly overspend on the Family Affair open did they? I mean the rhinestones were probably borrowed from Phyllis!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 51||10/10/2018|
So many depressing episodes: Beasley lost or damaged, Bill threatening to send the kids away or marry his tarte du jour (upending everyone’s lives), and down-on-their-luck, one episode “friends”. It was like a live action version of a Keane painting.
No wonder we all grew up to heavily fuel the pharmaceutical industry.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 52||10/10/2018|
[quote]Buffy and Jody weren't all that. They were trash. Poor cousins from the other side of the tracks
They were from Indiana, IIRC. Future Pence voters, no doubt.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 53||10/10/2018|
Mrs. Beasley was no Kitty Carryall.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 54||10/10/2018|
Fancy kids ain't allowed to get doity.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 55||10/10/2018|
So many shows with single fathers back then.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 56||10/10/2018|
The credits are like a mildly groovy little acid trip. Families were getting psychedelic in the 60s.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 57||10/10/2018|
[quote]Fancy kids ain't allowed to get doity.
"Fat, fat, the water rat!"
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 58||10/10/2018|
Who wants bread n’ sugahhh?!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 59||10/10/2018|
Wasn't Nancy Walker a semi regular? I remember thinking she was poor because she had curtains under her kitchen sink instead of cabinet doors.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 60||10/10/2018|
Some of those story lines were brutal for a young kid. I didn't know what the hell was happening. Jan (Eve) was dying.? I think in Spain they may have slept in a church too. We thought it was a kids show but maybe it wasn't? Not to switch shows but Little House on the Prairie pulled those sad and sometimes spooky episodes too. Maybe they all did. Now I am remembering one terrifying The Waltons episode where Elizabeth sleep walked out her window and off the roof and joined up with some carnies down the road. The Ferris wheel and music was sinister.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 61||10/10/2018|
Speaking of getting all groovy, the Brady's went hog wild one summer and returned with perms, bell bottoms and low cut tops. And that was on the men! Did real people make the same drastic fashion shift back then. My dad grew some sideburns but that was about it. But we were in Virginia and not California.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 62||10/10/2018|
R47, I always thought it would have been funny to see Florence from "The Jeffersons" swap places with Alice from "The Brady Bunch": "Get your own damned coffee, Mr. Brady, I got shit to do!"
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 63||10/10/2018|
Brady Bunch in Hawaii with spooky Tiki caves and Vincent Price. This is NOT what innocent flyover kids signed up for.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 64||10/10/2018|
R50 I just laughed myself sore over that one.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 65||10/10/2018|
[quote]They were from Indiana, IIRC. Future Pence voters, no doubt.
Terre Haute, Indiana to be precise.
Why I recall that fifty years later, I can't tell you.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 66||10/10/2018|
It was scary and mean when Mrs. Beasley was almost tossed in the garbage.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 67||10/10/2018|
I had a big crush on zaddy Uncle Bill.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 68||10/10/2018|
Cissy's hot boyfriend was the son of the producer.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 69||10/10/2018|
I might be remembering this wrong but Cissy's face always seemed pinched.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 70||10/10/2018|
Cissy's hot bf's hot brother, Mike Minor.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 71||10/10/2018|
I remember watching it in syndication in the mid 70s. I was about 7- and the actress who played Buffy died of a drug overdose. I remember being really upset and confused. I was told she had died because she had “taken dope” and in my childhood brain I heard “dough.” For a long time I thought she had died because she had eaten raw cookie dough.
I also thought having “Affair” in the title was a suggestion of something immoral or risque. (I forgot about that - until I read the earlier post.)
Needless to say I was a nervous child.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 72||10/10/2018|
I hated this fucking show
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 73||10/10/2018|
Why do you all keep posting blurry versions of these credits off crappy TV sets? Here's a MUCH better version of "Pruitts of Southampton"--you need to see that the jewels are, truly, marvy-poo.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 74||10/10/2018|
The first time someone told me that Phyllis Diller once had her own TV sitcom, and that the theme song involved her flouncing around her giant mansion singing "Howcha do, howcha do, howcha do?", I couldn't believe it. It sounded to good to be true.
And then I finally saw it, and it was better than I ever imagined.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 75||10/10/2018|
“Uncle Bee-oh, Uncle Bee-oh!”
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 76||10/10/2018|
[quote] It sounded to good to be true.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 77||10/11/2018|
Jodie played by Johnny Whitaker said Brian Keith was very nice to everyone but there was one rule, "Never touch his hair."
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 78||10/11/2018|
[Did real people make the same drastic fashion shift back then. My dad grew some sideburns but that was about it. But we were in Virginia and not California.]
Well, my dad, whose hair was straight as a stick, did get a curly perm like the Brady men, but it was about 25 years after they did; he was always hopelessly clueless about stuff like that. Plus, he was a farmer and wore a cap, so when he took off the cap at the end of the day, he basically looked liked Bozo the Clown.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 79||10/11/2018|
Crud, messed up the quote. Please, no one start a thread about it; I understand my error.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 80||10/11/2018|
L O L R33 and R50
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 81||10/11/2018|
The Davis apartment didn't have enough bedrooms and at first Jody slept on the sofa in the den. So he could have his own bedroom, Uncle Bill converted the windowless storeroom for Jody. Today, putting your kid in a windowless storeroom would be considered child abuse.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 82||10/11/2018|
This show was geared more for adults. In an era when kids were growing into rebellious hippies, it was a comfort for adults to see a perfect little family with cute and obedient children. The timeslot says it all. CBS scheduled it at 9:30PM Monday nights when in those days most children would have been in bed.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 83||10/11/2018|
I grew up watching the show in French. I never saw an English version until FA went into syndication. It was called "Cher oncle Bill" in French.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 84||10/11/2018|
The French version stared Cher. It was a very different show.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 85||10/11/2018|
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 86||10/11/2018|
R82 Today, calling a TV show "Family Affair" would be considered child abuse.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 87||10/11/2018|
There was a soap in the UK in the 1990s called Family Affairs but there was no incest. Odd.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 88||10/11/2018|
It's not a garden It's a kitchen. A dirty....ol'....kitchen.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 89||10/11/2018|
Crissy never seemed to be around much. Like, only in every 5th episode or so.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 90||10/11/2018|
r90 Are you thinking of "Three's Company," dear?
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 91||10/11/2018|
How many of you lucky bitches got to go to this and meet Cissy IN PERSON???
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 92||10/11/2018|
Me too, r10! Brian Keith below v
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 93||10/11/2018|
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 94||10/11/2018|
r92 I have no interest in any of Kathy Garver's organs.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 95||10/11/2018|
[quote] “Uncle Bee-oh, Uncle Bee-oh!”
Lol. That phrase and OP's theme song are what sticks in mind mind about the show.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 96||10/11/2018|
He looks like he has Uncle B.O., r94.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 97||10/11/2018|
What about her 'dos, r95?
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 98||10/11/2018|
I had NO idea that Cissy knew Larue!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 99||10/11/2018|
R97//Jody, SHUT THE FUCK UP. He’s succulent and I’d nuzzle those pits from here to Tallahassee. Like r10 said, he smells DIVINE. And naturally so at that.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 100||10/11/2018|
r98 I'm SO envious!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 101||10/11/2018|
OMG, r99, I love Larue. She was the original wacky sidekick! Larue deserves her own thread!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 102||10/11/2018|
I bet Brian Keith threw a mean fuck.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 103||10/11/2018|
I feel like Cissy and NYC were a better fit for Larue because as we ALL remember.....Larue was allergic to the sun!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 104||10/12/2018|
[quote]The Davis apartment didn't have enough bedrooms and at first Jody slept on the sofa in the den. So he could have his own bedroom, Uncle Bill converted the windowless storeroom for Jody.
I don't recall that episode. I know, the first episode, Uncle Bill says they can put "Buffy" in the guest bedroom. Then later on, when Jodie shows up, Uncle Bill says they'll put him in the den. Then when Cissy shows up at the end, she shares with "Buffy."
Mr French has a bedroom off the kitchen.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 105||10/12/2018|
Kathy Garver said, that during the breaks from shooting "Family Affair" the network would always want the actors to do publicity tours, for which they received gifts and were paid.
And none of the three children wanted to do it, but Sebastian Cabot would take them aside, and explain they were very lucky to get on a hit TV series and they had to make the money while they could, because they probably would never get that lucky again.
Brian Keith had the same deal as Fred MacMurray whereas he would film all his scenes for a season at once. Then he'd go off to do other projects, and he'd come back for a few weeks and film any needed retakes or extras, in all he would do about 8 to 10 weeks per year.
Kathy said, since she and Sebastian Cabot were the only other adults (she was over 18 when it started), they would be on the set the longest as the other two children were limited by law. She said it was funny as she would often have to read lines to a teamster in a full beard and smoking, reading one of the children's lines, and then later they'd do a cutaway and insert either "Buffy" or Jodie in.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 106||10/12/2018|
Interesting r106. I wonder if you can see smoke in Kathy's scenes.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 107||10/12/2018|
I assume he would have been far enough off-camera that it wasn't an issue, r107.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 108||10/12/2018|
Oh my gawd! I met Dick Clark. That puts me only one degree of separation from the divine Cissy!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 109||10/12/2018|
Larue knew Cissy AND Gidget?! How cool! And agreed, Larue deserved her own spinoff!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 110||10/12/2018|
[quote]R106 Kathy said, since she and Sebastian Cabot were the only other adults (she was over 18 when it started), they would be on the set the longest
How sweet if they had married....even if it were a sham.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 111||10/12/2018|
PS: Cathy CARVER would be a great serial killer name....
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 112||10/12/2018|
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 113||10/12/2018|
Cissy was pretty, but come on, total squaresville. Never did a single interesting thing.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 114||10/12/2018|
R114 Remember the episode where Cissy gets fed up about how the kids are told about babies and tells Uncle Bill that he should discuss sex with them realistically? Or the time when Robert Reed played an uptight psychology professor who thought kids should ONLY be told the truth, only to have Cissy realize that sometimes fantasy is good for kids. Those are the kinds of mixed messages the show often gave.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 115||10/12/2018|
Holy fuck R66! I can only vaguely remember this series - the opening credits made the strongest impression! - but didn’t realise that the Terre Haute reference was from this show! I have the dimmest of memories of some kid responding to an old Asian guy who tries to get them to imagine the most beautiful place on earth - or the place they love the most? Something like that. And it sounded so exotic and unlike any other place name I’d heard...
So I’m guessing if I google Terre Haite - i’d be somewhat disappointed?
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 116||10/12/2018|
I used to dance and spin around in circles to the opening credits when I was a kid.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 117||10/12/2018|
Slick and slickers....
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 118||10/12/2018|
THings like this are etched in my memory but I can't remember where I put my car keys two hours ago.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 119||10/12/2018|
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 120||10/12/2018|
The cast was rather two-dimensional....
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 121||10/12/2018|
My friend says to me one night at the local watering hole, “I’m going to find some who looks like Mr. French and let him eat me out.” Well every since he said that, I now wasn’t him to eat me out too. Is that wrong?
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 122||10/12/2018|
Pump the brakes, r122, you're weaving all over the road there, fella. "Local watering hole?" Really? are you Fred Flintstone? Who says that? The rest I couldn't make sense. Please clarify. Thanks and have an awesome day!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 123||Last Saturday at 7:19 AM|
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 124||Last Saturday at 7:24 AM|
Alright, I was in love with Brian Keith. Such a man’s man. And didn’t talk too much and when he did his voice was gravelly...sigh...has it been mentioned here that he suicided, after his daughter died?
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 125||Last Wednesday at 6:34 PM|
And his father went on to marry Peg Entwistle, woman who committed suicide jumping off Hollywood sign...small tragic world.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 126||Last Wednesday at 6:37 PM|
His daughter Daisy, an actress as well, committed suicide two weeks before her dad did.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 127||Last Wednesday at 6:45 PM|
I remember all the kids on 'Family Affair' being terrible performers, even the grown niece was awful. Am I remembering correctly?
Surely there were better trained child and teen performers back then. There were tons of TV shows with kids and teens.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 128||Last Wednesday at 6:54 PM|
Kathy Garver today.
Great caps! Or dentures!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 129||Last Wednesday at 6:59 PM|
I remember one episode where a tidal wave was going to hit NYC according to the twins. The episode culminated in a countdown to doomsday. Lots of anxiety issues with those kids!
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 130||Last Wednesday at 6:59 PM|
Such tragedy with the cast. Poor Buffy ODed at 18. A stroke took out Mr. French at 59.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 131||Yesterday at 1:17 AM|
Of course the kids were anxious - they had lost their parents and had been sent to NYC to live with their closeted gay uncle and his British bear lover. Poor Buffy was strung out on black beauties and Jody was raised Mormon (he later went on to be a heroin addict AND Dano Plato’s manager) The doorknob alone was disorientating.
I blame Cissy.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 132||Yesterday at 1:18 AM|
Cissy was seen less in the final season as she moved into the dorms at college and had that short, curly hairstyle. She was obviously not a virgin any longer.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 133||Yesterday at 1:57 AM|
Since their shows came from the same production company, I assume Cissy and Robbie Douglas were at the same college, and Cissy lost her virginity at Robbie's frat house gangbang.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 134||a day ago|
They were a damn hot couple.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 135||a day ago|
Did anyone see the Ghost Story marathon on Decades last weekend? The series was introduced by Sebastian Cabot as Winston Essex in a set that looked like it was from The Prisoner. It played like a knock off of Night Gallery.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 136||a day ago|
Jody was better with that sea monster.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 137||a day ago|
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 138||a day ago|
[italic]Mysteries & Scandals [/italic]has the scoop:
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 139||21 hours ago|
The Diodes had their greatest success in their ode to Buffy and her OD.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 140||15 hours ago|
Brian Keith had terminal lung cancer which was what led to his suicide. Shotgun in the mouth as I recall. How terribly sad.
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 141||15 hours ago|
Wasn't Sebastian Cabot replaced for a time by his character's brother?
|by Music by DeVOL||reply 142||15 hours ago|