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SRIV94

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Re: GSN Time Capsule #3: 80s Tattletales
« Reply #15 on: November 14, 2014, 01:45:51 PM »
Here's what I know, the week with Howie Mandel and Lloyd Bridges aired from October 28-November 3, 1982, but what about the rundown for the week with Michael J. Fox, Shecky Greene, Vic Tayback and Nancy McKeon? Do Tammy Warner, Ian Wallis, pyrfan or SRIV94 help me on that one.

Well, since you asked so nicely. . .  :)

It appears the Fox/Shecky/et al show aired 8/8/83 (and it appears the Howie/Lloyd show aired 10/28/82).
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Re: GSN Time Capsule #3: 80s Tattletales
« Reply #16 on: November 26, 2014, 09:35:33 PM »
New schedule PDF is out. The next Time Capsule airs on November 30. Two episodes of the 82-84 version of Tattletales. One has celebs listed as Vic Tayback, Nancy McKeon, Shecky Greene and Michael J. Fox. The other has Howie Mandel and Lloyd Bridges.

https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/a5d9d7d5-b15d-4717-a176-ba25d9f6e6d3

Since both Howie Mandel and Bob Saget got their start on Make Me Laugh, I won't be surprised if it makes it on there.

So we get to see Howie Mandel when he had hair.

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Re: GSN Time Capsule #3: 80s Tattletales
« Reply #17 on: November 27, 2014, 02:41:01 PM »
New schedule PDF is out. The next Time Capsule airs on November 30. Two episodes of the 82-84 version of Tattletales. One has celebs listed as Vic Tayback, Nancy McKeon, Shecky Greene and Michael J. Fox. The other has Howie Mandel and Lloyd Bridges.

https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/a5d9d7d5-b15d-4717-a176-ba25d9f6e6d3

Since both Howie Mandel and Bob Saget got their start on Make Me Laugh, I won't be surprised if it makes it on there.
And actually shook people's hands!

So we get to see Howie Mandel when he had hair.
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Re: GSN Time Capsule #3: 80s Tattletales
« Reply #18 on: December 01, 2014, 08:36:07 AM »
I take it that it was a closing credits error that instead of the Fremantle logo it was a Sony logo?
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Re: GSN Time Capsule #3: 80s Tattletales
« Reply #19 on: December 01, 2014, 08:44:51 AM »
I take it that it was a closing credits error that instead of the Fremantle logo it was a Sony logo?

Yes. I noticed that those were actually "Pyramid" credits that they popped in during the split-screen. I'm wondering why, too!

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Re: GSN Time Capsule #3: 80s Tattletales
« Reply #20 on: December 11, 2014, 11:54:51 AM »
New schedule PDF is out. The next Time Capsule airs on November 30. Two episodes of the 82-84 version of Tattletales. One has celebs listed as Vic Tayback, Nancy McKeon, Shecky Greene and Michael J. Fox. The other has Howie Mandel and Lloyd Bridges.

https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/a5d9d7d5-b15d-4717-a176-ba25d9f6e6d3

Since both Howie Mandel and Bob Saget got their start on Make Me Laugh, I won't be surprised if it makes it on there.

So we get to see Howie Mandel when he had hair.

Was it me, or was Howie unnaturally stoned?
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Re: GSN Time Capsule #3: 80s Tattletales
« Reply #21 on: December 11, 2014, 01:14:21 PM »
Was it me, or was Howie unnaturally stoned?
I mean, I wasn't around in his heyday (my first Howie interaction was Bobby's World) but wasn't manic unpredictability just kind of his thing?
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Re: GSN Time Capsule #3: 80s Tattletales
« Reply #22 on: December 12, 2014, 01:32:42 PM »
Was it me, or was Howie unnaturally stoned?
I mean, I wasn't around in his heyday (my first Howie interaction was Bobby's World) but wasn't manic unpredictability just kind of his thing?

Manic unpredictability is one thing.  Slurred speech and glassy eyes are something else.
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Re: GSN Time Capsule #3: 80s Tattletales
« Reply #23 on: December 15, 2014, 10:34:30 PM »
Was it me, or was Howie unnaturally stoned?
I mean, I wasn't around in his heyday (my first Howie interaction was Bobby's World) but wasn't manic unpredictability just kind of his thing?

Manic unpredictability is one thing.  Slurred speech and glassy eyes are something else.

Actually, slurred speech and glassy eyes were very much "his thing" back in the day, with the whole "what what what" schtick and such...what we saw on that episode of TATTLETALES was very much classic Howie...and I LOVED his act back then...and I can't deny that he was awfully cute back then with all that curly hair and those glassy eyes!

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