Former hippie parents and suit-wearing, conservative kids? Smells like trouble. Here’s how the Keatons managed to keep it together and win over our hearts.
Protest songs from past generations have a way of still being relevant today. Take these two, for example. They’re considered the best.
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Oldies but Goodies
Chuck Norris can speak braille, hear sign language, and slam a revolving door. He’s also the reason Waldo’s hiding. Take a look at the man behind the memes.
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Leading ladies of Hollywood have come and gone, but there’s one woman who has gone down in TV history as the most glamorous of them all: Barbara Eden.READ MORE
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