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This was one of the best shows ever! Tony, Telma and Joyce are wonderful. They are my all time favorite group. The show was very funny. I remember one skit called "Television 50 years from now." It was about what it would be like if the TV stars of the '70's were alive and still working in 2025. It was hilarious seeing Tony, who was in his early 30's, acting like he was 90! The first time I ever saw that skit, I laughed so hard my ribs were sore! I also remember the Lou Effy and Maureen skits. Telma Hopkins is the queen of one-liners! I was disappointed when Goodlife took the re-runs off, but I found out today that they are going to release DVDs of the show!
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