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Quote of the Day: Cheers


Sam: You are the nuttiest, the stupidest, the phoniest fruitcake I ever met!

Diane: You, Sam Malone, are the most arrogant, self-centered son-of-a-

Sam: Shut up! Shut your fat mouth!

Diane: Make me!

Sam: Make you?… My God I’m, I’m gonna… I’m gonna bounce you off every wall in this office!

Diane: Try it and you’ll be walking funny tomorrow… or should I say funnier?

Sam: You know… you know I always wanted to pop you one! Maybe this is my lucky day, huh?

Diane: You disgust me! I hate you!

Sam: Are you as turned on as I am?

Diane: More!

Sam: Bet me. [They kiss, fade to black]

Sam: Now I’m going to nibble on your ear.

Diane: Don’t tell me you’re going to nibble on my ear…

The season 1 finale of Cheers aired which included Sam & Diane’s first kiss aired on this day, 37 years ago (March 31, 1983)

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Quote of the Day: Moonlighting


Maddie and David: (overlapping) I am not speaking to you – Are too!- I am not. -Are too!!!- Am not!!- Are too!!- Am not!!!

Maddie: Not another word, not another sound, not another beep until we get back to the office!!

David: Beep.


Moonlighting debuted on ABC on this day, 35 years ago (March 3, 1985). It ran for 5 seasons and 66 episodes.

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Remember That Song – 12/2/19

Can you name the artist and song:

Now is the time
For you and I to cuddle close together, yeah
All through the night
I’ll save you from the terrors on the screen
I’ll make you see

Last Song: “Thank You For Being a Friend” by Andrew Gold from the album All This and Heaven Too (1978), but best known as the theme from The Golden Girls (September 14, 1985 – May 9, 1992), sung by Cynthia Fee

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And if you threw a party
Invited everyone you knew
Well, you would see the biggest gift would be from me
And the card attached would say
Thank You For Being a Friend

Here is the full Andrew Gold version:

Quote of the Day: The Day After

Jim Dahlberg: [Danny inadvertently turns towards a nuclear flash] Danny! Don’t look!

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On this day 36 years ago, November 20, 1983, an estimated 100 million people watched the controversial ABC-TV movie The Day After.

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