I Love the 70s

1975

Season 1, Ep 6, Aired 8/20/03
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  • Episode Description
  • Saturday Night Live, Welcome Back, Kotter, and One Day at a Time are among TV discussed. Movies touched on include One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Jaws. Musicians discussed include Earth, Wind & Fire, Captain and Tennille, and Tony Orlando. Pop culture events include two assassination attempts on President Ford, mood rings, and America's refusal to embrace the Metric System.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Maggie Wheeler

    Herself

  • Megyn Price

    Herself

  • Michael Ian Black

    Himself

  • Greg Proops

    Himself

  • Lynda Carter

    Herself: Wonders of '70s

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Ellen Cleghorne: (on Morris Albert's "Feelings") That song killed everybody. People were dying in the street.

    • Edwin McCain: I actually remember being upset when I was six, because I wasn't black, and I wasn't gonna be allowed to be in Earth, Wind, & Fire.

    • Mark McKinney: (on Monty Python's Flying Circus) There was such a dividing line between the people I thought were cool and the people I thought were dumb, and the dumb people didn't get Python!

    • Hal Sparks: My pet rock attacked my best friend and had to be put down.

    • Jeff Corwin: The great tragedy of the 70s was how many pet rocks could not be placed. People took these in as pets, and they didn't realize the amount of care to maintain a pet rock. 20,000 pet rocks in 1975 were euthanized.

    Trivia (3)

    • Wonders of 1975: Kool-Aid, Freshen Up gum, Famous Amos cookies, and NordicTrack

    • Foxy Ladies: Suzi Quatro, Chris Evert, & Charo Macho Men: Bruce Springsteen, Carlton Fisk, & Joe Namath

    • Roller Rink Anthem: "That's the Way I Like It" by K.C. & the Sunshine Band

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