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THE MAKING OF THE YOUNG ONES « Comic Book and Movie Reviews

THE MAKING OF THE YOUNG ONES

Young Ones a couple years later

HANDS UP WHO LIKES ME XD

When An ESTP Shows Off In Front Of An INFP.

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Please Sir , A great spin off film 5*****

Please Sir - spin off film 5

young ones

Vyvyan's trick goes so amusingly wrong when he chops his real finger off rather than the fake one!

Monkaaaaaay! Monkey Magic - Japanese TV series based on the Chinese story 'The Journey To The West'.

Monkey Magic - Japanese TV series based on the Chinese story 'The Journey To The West'. I loved this show as a kid!

Adams Family was one of my favorites even though Lurch scared me. Loved Uncle Fester!

"The Addams Family" TV show. Not my favorite but still watched it a lot. I like The Munsters better.

The Goodies. Their show in the 70's was so funny.

The Goodies, starring Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie,

Tammy Girl. Who remembers this shop? Usually above Etam

Tammy Girl -pretty sure it is the Croydon branch. Was exactly where I remember it. Between Smiths and what was Dorothy Perkins/Burtons! Plus the Croydon bin 😉

The Goodies a British television comedy series of the 1970s. The series, combines surreal sketches and situation comedy, was broadcast by BBC 2 from 1970 until 1980 and was then broadcast by the ITV company LWT for a year, between 1981 to 1982. The show was co-written by and starred Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie (together known as "The Goodies"). Bill Oddie also wrote the music and songs for the series — while "The Goodies Theme" was co-written by Bill Oddie and Michael…

The Goodies - Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie and Graeme Garden

The Young Ones.  Mike: Neil, it is very rare you interest me, but today you have. Why do you keep coming in here, carrying a cake, and saying surprise?    Neil: It's my birthday.    Mike: Now you knew that anyway, and we don't care, so where's the surprise?

Christopher Ryan as Mike, Rik Mayall as Rick, Adrian Edmondson as Vyvyan & Nigel Planer as Neil. The Young Ones

Cute EMO Boy

emo love you emo people

MacGuyver - oh gosh this was such a great show. Why is there so much garbage on TV these days?

Richard Dean Anderson as Angus MacGyver

1970s Blue Peter presenters Peter Purves, Lesley Judd, Val Singleton, John Noakes and, of course, Shep

In the days when put children at the heart of the family day. Blue Peter presenters (left-right) Peter Purves, Lesley Judd, Valerie Singleton and John Noakes in Peter Jordan/PA Wire

swap shop - Saturday mornings just aren't the same anymore.

Multi Coloured Swap Shop with Noel Edmonds

The Young Ones.

This calls for a very special blend of psychology and extreme violence. The young ones

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