I Love the ‘80s: 3D

Season 1 Episode 7

1986

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Oct 27, 2005 on VH1

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    • 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.

    • Chris Coppola: (on Heart) They just were guitar slammin' bitches! They were great.

    • Mo Rocca: Head of the Class featured a gorgeous mosaic of losers.

    • Chuck Woolery: (on Love Connection) One guy said to a girl he'd seen better legs in a bucket of chicken. I thought that was going too far.

    • Modern Humorist: (on Halley's Comet) It's the only time in your life you'll get to see a fuzzy, disappointing dot on the horizon.

    • Wil Wheaton: (on Lucas) Like all teenage boys, the nerd wants the shallow cheerleader who can't appreciate his brains. God, that movie hits close to home.

    • Hal Sparks: (on Muammar al-Qaddafi) It's hard to fear a general who has Howie Mandel's haircut.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • 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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