Kirstie Alley was a huge star in the ‘80s and ‘90s, but these days, she’s better known for her controversial opinions than her acting chops.
Here they come walkin’ down the street. Hey, hey! During the ‘60s, the Monkees ruled pop culture with their creatively misspelled primate moniker.
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Oldies but Goodies
You can take the kid out of the ’80s, but the ’80s will forever persevere in the kid. Brace yourself for a glorious trip down memory lane.
It seems like Ralphie from a Christmas Story really did shoot his eye out, but not in the way that you may think. We have all the details.
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Here they come walkin’ down the street. Hey, hey! During the ‘60s, the Monkees ruled pop culture with their creatively misspelled primate moniker.READ MORE
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Who killed Hogan’s Heroes’ actor, Bob Crane? Here’s an inside look at the heinous crime that is unsolved to this very day.READ MORE
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The show’s ground-breaking storyline brought a major first to a primetime series. Here are some of the more interesting details about Maude show.READ MORE
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The star of I Love Lucy made us all laugh on her popular sitcom, but Lucille Ball happened to first perform in the most unlikely of places.READ MORE
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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Perry Mason may be from the late 1950s, but its impact can be felt in the courtroom dramas you watch today.READ MORE
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