I Love the ‘80s: 3D

1986

Season 1, Ep 7, Aired 10/27/05
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  • Episode Description
  • The 1986 edition focuses on television's Murder, She Wrote and Love Connection, the cinema's Back to School and Short Circuit, music group Heart, and the excitement surrounding the return of Halley's Comet.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Liam Lawyer

  • Weird Al Yankovic

    Movies That Should've Been Made in 3D Host

  • Aaron Karo

    Himself

  • Alan Thicke

    Hot Moms of 80s Host

  • Allison Munn

    Herself

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (11)

    • Bil Dwyer: People who loved old people, and murder, watched Murder, She Wrote. Cabot Cove, Maine—it's such a delightful little town, but the murder rate, per capita, had to have been high.

    • Michael Ian Black: (on "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off") I like the message. We can keep our clothes on. It's called dry humping.

    • Debbie Matenopoulos: Back to School with Rodney Dangerfield? Only one of the classics of American cinema.

    • Bil Dwyer: (on Short Circuit) I'm not going to question Ally Sheedy's choice in movie roles, because I've made some questionable choices myself. But when she was dancing with No. 5 and the song was "More Than a Woman"? Boy, talk about creepy.

    • Patrice ONeal: Chuck Woolery was the coolest white boy in (pauses) history.

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    Trivia (6)

    • Bill Dwyer says in Back to School, Rodney Dangerfield's character has Kurt Vonnegurt write a paper about himself and it gets a B. In the movie, Dangerfield in fact gets an F on the paper on Kurt Vonnegurt.

    • Pop Culture Term of 1986: Poser

    • Hot Moms of 1986: Cindy Pickett, Deidre Hall, Judith Light

    • Biggest Boob of 1986: Geraldo Rivera for his live special, opening Al Capone's vault, which was a huge bust as there was nothing in it.

    • Best On-Screen Hookup of 1986: Family Ties' Mallory and Nick

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    Allusions (2)

    • Head of the Class was said to have starred Dr. Johnny Fever, referring to star Howard Hesseman's character on a previous series, WKRP in Cincinnati.

    • Chris Jericho says that Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi "kind of looked like a Libyan Screech," comparing him to the nerdy character played by Dustin Diamond on Saved by the Bell.

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