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One for Piranesi to research

 

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She'll always be Jessica Tate to me. . . . .

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1 minute ago, Kuetsar said:

She'll always be Jessica Tate to me. . . . .

Yes 

Also, Brazil ...

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1 hour ago, odessasteps said:

One for Piranesi to research

 

FF to about 4:50 to see poor Rollo take one of my favorite all time Fred Sanford insults.

But really you should watch the entirety of this Fred Sanford version of A Christmas Carol just on its literary merits.

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A Sanford and Son Xmas Carol takes care of the last 2 movie projects at once.

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58 minutes ago, odessasteps said:

A Sanford and Son Xmas Carol takes care of the last 2 movie projects at once.

It was reviewed as a bonus by @driver for the Christmas Chaos.

Edited by Execproducer

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I totally do not remember that. 🙂 

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I never heard his name before, but Anchor Bay is one of the staples of my life.

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My favorite Katherine Helmond appearance was when she appeared as a ghost on Benson.

 

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Dang, that is young as hell.  Weren't they just planning some kind of 90210 restart/reboot thing?

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They were - he wasn't mentioned to be a part of it. I'd recently seen him in the news as he was at one of his son's wrestling matches 

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I used to see him at shows all the time and he was always nice to everyone.  I saw Jungle Boy wrestle when he was 11 years old, and Luke Perry was in the audience cheering for him like everyone else was.  So supportive and cool with his son's dream, and now he's achieved it and his dad isn't here to share it with him.  Sucks.

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The best character on one of the best bad/most addictive TV shows of all time. 

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15 minutes ago, Greggulator said:

The best character on one of the best bad/most addictive TV shows of all time. 

Yeah, man.  My sister would have it on all the time and ended up watching it with her.  And heck, even in 2019 I'd be on board with seeing how a  new 90210 pans out.  I didn't realize that stroke did him in like that, that sucks.

I will say that I absolutely loved watching him in Riverdale.  That show is all kinds of weird but he did so damn well as the level-headed dad.  And even before the new 90210 seeing him go full circle as the TV dad to somebody in a similar spot as him was pretty neat.  I'm going to pretty bummed if and when they find a way to write him off in the next season.

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Damn.  I heard that he had a stroke over the weekend, but his passing still took me by surprise.

RIP.

 

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Luke Perry whipped ass.

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I was never a fan of 90210 (my teen dramas need spiced up with genre) but he's been really great on Riverdale. Way too young.

And poor Jungle Boy. 

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Sad to hear he wasn't able to recover. 90210 is one of my all time favorite shows and defines the 90s for me.

 

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To me he'll always be the definitive voice of teenage Rick Jones, and the Rev. Jeremiah Cloutier.  I was 13 when 90210 REALLY hit it big and fucking loathed it, since I was not rich or charismatic or handsome and it was all my peers were talking about as far as TV went and it felt like the TV was mocking me. (I grew out of that.)  After that I was a casual fan, always happy to see him show up in stuff I was watching and I'm gonna miss seeing him pop up in unexpected places.

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He is the voice of Rick Jones for me due to the 90s Hulk cartoon, and I loved him on Riverdale. Its disappointing to see he didn't make it past the stroke. Hope he is resting peacefully now and I feel for his family.

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