I Love the 80s

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  • Season 1
    • I Love The 80's: 1989
      12/20/02
      9.5
      Do the Right Thing by Spike Lee and Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure are the big movies of the year. The B-52's hit it big with their party anthem song "Loveshack", Nintendo's portable Game Boy system lands in America withTetris, which becomes a gigantic puzzle craze, and the Berlin Wall comes tumbling down, bringing an end to the decade of the 1980s.moreless
    • I Love The 80's: 1988
      12/20/02
      9.2
      1988 was the year that Bobby McFerrin came out with "Don't Worry, Be Happy." The most popular TV show of the year was Roseanne. Popular movies included Rain Man and Child's Play.
    • I Love The 80's: 1987
      12/19/02
      9.4
      1987 was the year that crimping irons were introduced. Cheers was the most popular TV show, and Fatal Attraction was the most popular movie.
    • I Love The 80's: 1986
      12/19/02
      8.7
      Wheel of Fortune, Teddy Ruxpin, Humor and the homeless, baby on board signs, Alf, "Papa Don't Preach" by Madonna, Swatch watches, and other things.
    • I Love The 80's: 1985
      12/18/02
      9.2
      Fletch, Wine coolers, big rock star hair, and The Facts of Life.
    • I Love The 80's: 1984
      12/18/02
      9.9
      1984 gave the world the famous question, "Where's the beef?", as well as Care Bears. Orphans ruled the airwaves with Webster and Punky Brewster. The biggest movie was Purple Rain, starring Prince.
    • I Love The 80's: 1983
      12/17/02
      9.2
      The, like, totally awesome year that gave the world the Valley Girls and a whole new vocabulary. Cabbage Patch Kids made their debut. Nancy Reagan brought her "Just Say No" campaign to Diff'rent Strokes. The movies of the year includedReturn of the Jedi, which was the final installment in the Star Wars trilogy, and Scarface.moreless
    • I Love The 80's: 1982
      12/17/02
      9.7
      The Mullet began to rise. Prince William and Kirsten Dunst were born. E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial was the biggest money-maker at the box office. The Go-Gos ("Our Lips are Sealed") and Tommy Tutone ("867-5309/Jenny") were the biggest music stars. Silver Spoons was a popular show on T.V. 1982 had it all.
    • I Love The 80's: 1981
      12/16/02
      9.3
      Joan Collins becomes the woman you love to hate on Dynasty.
    • I Love The 80's: 1980
      12/16/02
      9.5

      1980....

      The "Punk Rock" look came into style.And then so did the preppy look.

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