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Desc:Another dose of channel hopping in the 70s
Category:Classic TV Clips, Advertisements
Tags:commercial, tv, 70s, Everything is Terrible
Submitted:jreid
Date:10/03/12
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Comment count is 12
Nikon
This is how most tv looks to me today - just as crappy, but without as many musical numbers.
Nikon
And with more commercials.

BHWW
100% pure, uncut 70's injected directly into your eyeballs.
Doomstein
Burnt orange. Burnt orange everywhere...

Syd Midnight
It's missing is the static during channel changes, but ends with Bowzer, so 5.

boner
All my super-8 home movies are brown and orange, no other colours existed.

cognitivedissonance
Steve Martin is wearing Lupin III's outfit.

My dad had a Fuzzbuster II. I think it's still in his garage. When my parents got divorced, he left all his crap in the garage. I think there's a Ronco Bottle Art machine in there too.
TeenerTot
Oh, shit--Sha Na Na!
Rudy
Which one of our panelists had to slap a bitch?

Of course, every one of them guessed the black guy.
Caminante Nocturno
If you ever travel back in time to the days before cable and have to wait around until you can go back, this is what you have to look forward to.
Nikon
Cable is still a wasteland.

Caminante Nocturno
There are more than a few islands of beauty in that sea of mediocrity.

Most of them are cartoons.

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