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I saw it pikachulover! It was a fun episode. I wasn't sure what I was going to think of this show at first, but I have really enjoyed it.

Thanks for mentioning that the roller rink was in Glendale too. My brother used to live there and I need to ask him if he ever went there. I feel like he has mentioned it before.

And by the by, I totally made up having a boyfriend a few times in the 90's. I was beyond socially awkward and I wanted my friends to think I was cool. It didn't work. 
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Oh yeah a lot of my friends had a "boyfriend in Mexico". What they used to say was so outrageous I purposely made one up too. But the claims I made were so outrageous. My "boyfriend" and I made out in a closet. 

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Ok so I don't even know why I am going to say this because it is going to be so sad. I lied and said I had a boyfriend and that he had mysteriously left town to go clean oil spills in Alaska because he was an environmentalist. His name was Richard. It was beyond pathetic, but I was so tired of my friends all having relationships and I just wanted to seem cool. 

And Vaporman, I hope you still have those "Radio" shows, because that just sounds like something that would be fun to revisit and hear all the years later. 
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MissM wrote :
And Vaporman, I hope you still have those "Radio" shows, because that just sounds like something that would be fun to revisit and hear all the years later. 
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Actually, I've listened to them so many times, I can almost quote many of them verbatim. Not so much lately, as I have kids and not all of them are "kid friendly". They're not vulgar, but there's just a lot of "potty humor" that I don't really want them repeating in public (at least for several years, ).

But prior the that, I listened to one of them on almost a nightly basis, falling asleep to them. That is, in itself, pretty pathetic. So you're not alone there.
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Mr Magic
In tonight's episode, a new family moves into the neighborhood, and Beverly throws a barbeque in their honor and insists that they attend.
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Vaporman87
Saw "The Kremps" episode... it was pretty funny. I liked the Tron references. And I'm a big fan of Tom Cavanagh (who played Mr. Kremp) from his days as the star of "Ed". Loved that show.
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Mr Magic
The bits with the dirty phone numbers were funny.
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Vaporman87
Yup. And Adam's grandpa talking about Tron as though he is a robot who lives in a "juice world" cracked me up.
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Mr Magic
I thought it was cool how his Tron suit lit up in his dark bedroom.
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Mr Magic
In this week's show, Adam comes close to completing The Legend of Zelda, but someone else beats it before he did.
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Derk
I stuck with the show for the first five or so episodes, but I just couldn't get into it. Did it get funnier at all? I appreciate the premise, but for whatever reason, the show just didn't click with me.
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Mr Magic
I didn't think I would be all that satisfied with the show at first, but it grew on me.
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