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How Did that Go Again?

retrojunk.jpg I was watching a TV movie the other night when a familiar face appeared on-screen. “Balki!” my friends and I yelled. Otherwise known as actor Bronson Pinchot, Balki had been one of two main characters in the TV show “Perfect Strangers.” My friends and I had all watched the show, which ran for eight seasons from 1986 to 1993. In a fit of nostalgia, we tried to remember its theme song...and finally located a clip of the show’s intro on Retro Junk.

Retro Junk bills itself as “your memory machine,” and its vault is massive. Not just TV shows are archived. Movies, commercials, and cartoons are all organized, alphabetically and by decade. Retro Junk only appears to go as far back as the 70s. Still, it’s got many of the classics, like the following:

“The Cosby Show”—the highest-rated TV show every season between 1985 and 1988.
“M*A*S*H”—Its last episode, which aired on Feb. 28, 1983, is the highest-rated TV program of all time.
Wendy's “Where’s the Beef?” commercial—Wendy’s was ranked 76th in the U.S. in 2005 ad spending dollars.

Link: RetroJunk.com


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