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The Totally Awesome 80s TV Trivia Book

by Michael Craig

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595183859, Paperback)

The Totally Awesome 80s TV Trivia Book!If you ever uttered the phrases "Kiss My Grits", "I Pity the Fool", "Well, Isn't That Special?" or "Whatchutalkin'bout?", then this is the perfect book for you! Take a trip back to the real Golden Age of Television: the 1980s!Do You Remember:Who shot J.R.?What was the name of the only female Smurf?What planet was Mork from originally?What was the name of the car on Knight Rider?If you can answer these questions, see how much more useless trivia you remember from the Reagan Era. So, grab your No. 2 pencils, gather around a group of your friends and have a Totally Awesome good time travelling back to the coolest decade of all: the 1980s!Who said watching television never taught you anything?

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