Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Thursday Thirteen #33











Thirteen Things about The 80's TV, Mike's Favorite Characters.


Tom Hanks as Kip Wilson on Bosom Buddies


Harry Anderson as Judge Harry Stone on Night Court

Woody Harrelson as Woody Boyd on Cheers

Jm. J. Bullock as Monroe on Too Close For Comfort

Bruce Willis as David Addison, Jr. on Moonlighting

Dwight Schultz as "Howling Mad" Murdock on The A*Team

Pierce Brosnan as Remington Steele on Remington Steele


Ted Danson as Sam "Mayday" Malone on Cheers

Michael J. Fox as Alex P. Keaton on Family Ties

Jason Bateman as Matthew Burton on "It's Your Move"


Markie Post as Christine Sullivan on Night Court

Lisa Welchell as Blair Warner on The Facts of Life

Howard Hesseman as Dr. Johnny Fever on WKRP in Cincinatti








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6 comments:

Coco said...

Tom Hanks looks waaaay too funny. Hahahah. Nice Snoopy layout, BTW!

jenn said...

Michael J. Fox will always be my favorite.
Happy tt!

Vixen said...

Oh my, the memories. I watched every single one of those! I really liked Pierce's Remington Steele and the only reason I watched A-team was for Murdock.

Great list.
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FRIGGA said...

Does that mean your 2 favorite shows were Cheers and Night Court? I remember some of those, but barely. Well, Cheers I remember pretty well - it was a must see when I went to Boston last year! Happy TT :P

Nicholas said...

I remember quite a few of those. I never saw that Jason Bateman one though. So young!

Michael - Lover of Amy said...

Thanks for the comments so far guys. It's weird though becausae I have only received emails of 2 or 3 of the 5.

Anyways....

Coco - Thanks for the compliment, credit goes to the Blog Fairie for the layout. A lot of people forget he started off in sitcoms. Gotta get the DVDs now. :)

Vixen - I always loved how Remington just walked in one day and said he was who he was despite the name being a creation of Stephanie Zimbalist's character.
And if you need to hide from the military, fake insanity!

Frigga - I threw Markie Post in to fill out the 13 and because she was pretty hot, despite being an Anglophile. Sam Malone's confidence and Woody's innocence meshed so well in an ensemble cast.

Nicholas - According to IMDB.com it only had 12 or 13 episodes, so 1 season was all it lasted. The premise was Bateman was a smart, kid, about 9 and a bit of a con-artist. His mom was single, and was dating his teacher, who he waqs constantly battling in wits.