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The former "Designing Women" star demonstrates her unique way of looking and feeling great. Namely, by breathing.
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This instructional video hosted by Robert Klein tried to take a light-hearted approach to tax preparation but ended up with something more akin to the ending of "Apocalypse Now."
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This 1986 dramatization about the dangers of drugs and drinking stars Judd Nelson and Burt Reynolds, the living embodiments of clean living and sobriety. Also starring a young and impressionable Dermot Mulroney.
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In 1990, "Jeopardy" launched a 1-900 number where you could play at home for $5 a minute. Here, Alex Trebek becomes increasingly irritated while recording promos for Phone Jeopardy.
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Angry RV spokesman, Jack Rebney trades in his swear words for nonsensical gibberish and the words "fern" and "dock" (we don't know either), further proving that the man was truly on the brink of sanity that hot July d...
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This 1986 instructional video stars Gary Coleman at his pluckiest. It also features a strange cop, an outdoorsman, that kid from Tremors and a whole host of "attractive nuisances" that may or may not match up with Gar...
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Dearly departed Rue McClanahan hosted this well-intentioned 1990 video for new cat owners. Rue does an admirable job explaining cat care but loses control when some of her ornery cast of felines stop cooperating. See ...
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In this post-"Karate Kid" instructional video, Pat Morita talks ad nauseam about his love for shiatsu massage while a woman in rolled up jean shorts stands around with nothing to do.
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This travel video for Rio de Janeiro stars a young and frisky Arnold Schwarzenegger, who sexually harasses just about every woman he sees during Carnival. This guy's a governor now. See more of Arnold in Rio on FFF Vo...
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It's cool that Chuck Norris lent his actual voice to this 1986 cartoon, but did we need to be constantly reminded of that fact by repeating the name "Chuck Norris" over and over? In a word, yes. See more of Chuck on F...
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Every kid's favorite R-rated action hero stars in his own Saturday morning cartoon, complete with the obligatory "group laugh" outro in every episode. See more of the worst Saturday morning cartoons on FFF Vol. 4 DVD.
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A small sampling of some of the weird and wonderful found footage on display in the Found Footage Festival Volume 6 DVD and live tour (2012).
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TV Awareness Week concludes with a magnum opus from amateur singer-songwriter Harvey Sid Fisher.
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This home movie, sent in by a friend, documents a martial arts demonstration show based around the characters and music from the "Mortal Kombat" movie. It also features Danny Bonaduce (former "Patridge Family" bassist...
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When The Bears went to the playoffs in 2010, we celebrated by playing an excerpt from "The Chicago 6," a 1987 supergroup consisting of three Bears and three Blackhawks. Here's their rendition of "Twist and Shout" feat...
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Holy shit! Look what we found! More outtakes from the greatest Corpus Christie-based furniture salesfamily ever! See way more Bargain Bernie on FFF Volume 4 DVD.
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Who knew the Family Circus had an Easter special? It's no Charlie Brown Christmas, but it does feature Dizzy Gillespie as the Easter Bunny. (Warning: this song will be in your head for the next four days.)
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Who better to teach teens about the value of abstinence than NBA players? Here, A.C. Green and David Robinson talk (and rap!) about the power of not doing it. Also, Barry Sanders shows up with a basketball for some re...
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This 1988 educational video, starring Chad Allen and Louis Gossett, Jr., warns you about the dangers of drugs through a story so convoluted, you have to be on drugs for it to make sense.
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Terry Hogan delivers an impassioned pitch for the worthy "Penny For AIDS" program, but just can't help turning into the Hulkster at the end.
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This 1985 exercise video, filmed post-NFL and pre-"Police Academy," cemented Bubba Smith's reputation as one of the sweetest (and sweatiest) big men of all time. Rest in peace, Hightower.