Thirty years ago, NBC aired a two-hour TV movie called “Miami Vice” — the start of a show that would change its hometown, and America’s pop culture, forever. The weekly episodes began Sept. 28, 1984, and aired through May 1989.
Lots of action, great music, beautiful women, handsome men and plenty of guest stars. “Miami Vice” had it all…
The great thing is that we can watch full episodes online now at http://bit.ly/Miami-Vice-30! Seasons 1-4 are available as of the posting of this article. Enjoy and you’re welcome. : )
Remember those notoriously goofy family photos we used to take back in the eighties? Well the 1980’s TV family ‘The Goldbergs’ has pretty much outdone most of us with this epic awkward 80’s family photo.
Check out what I came across while school supply shopping at Walmart with my oldest daughter the other day. Yes! 80’s Glam Sharpie pens!
Of course my daughter thought her dear ‘ole daddy was a bit crazy taking a photo of these colorful beauties. However, she does share my pen collecting fetish and to confirm this, she asked me if we could buy her more pens too.
Being a child of the 80s and lover of all things 80s I couldn’t help but to snap this photo so I could share it with you here on i80s.com.
If you would like to get your hands on 80’s Glam Sharpie pens, check out the carousel below or click on one of the handy links in this post.
Here is some exciting news for 80s music fans! Remember the Britpop synth band New Order, who recorded the chart-topping song “Blue Monday“? Well, they are back in the studio getting ready to record their 10th studio album.
According to Wikipedia, Jimi Jamison was born in rural Mississippi on August 23, 1951. Jamison is best known as the longtime frontman of rock bands Cobra and platinum-selling Survivor and as the voice and co-writer of the theme song for Baywatch.
RIP Jami. We are losing too many great talents from the 1980s, including recently Robin Williams (also 63 years of age).
In case you missed this (as we did), CNN reported that actor Meshach Taylor, best known for his Emmy-nominated role as Anthony Bouvier on the CBS sitcom Designing Women (1986) passed away June 28, 2014. He is also known for his portrayal of Hollywood Montrose, a flamboyant window dresser in Mannequin (1987).
Taylor had fought a terminal illness and faded markedly in recent days. His wife, children, grandchildren and mother surrounded him as he passed away.
“It is with love and gratitude that we sorrowfully announce that our darling, amazingly brilliant and dynamic, Meshach, the incredible father, husband, son and friend has begun his grand transition,” the family said in a statement.
This is a remarkable feat considering Downey only released one movie over the June 2013 to June 2014 timeline: Jon Favreau’s festival film Chef. So most of Downey’s money comes from the backend of the incredibly successful Iron Man 3—the highest grossing movie of 2013 with a $1.2 billion box office—and a reported pay hike for Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Lisa Whelchel and Kim Fields, who co-starred on the ’80s sitcom about a group of girls in boarding school as Blair and Tootie, were reunited in the Hallmark Channel TV movie, “For Better or For Worse,” which aired on July 19.
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