A look back at the years 1980-1989 with commentary from celebrities and comedians in 3-D.
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Series cast summary:
Paula Abdul ...  Herself 10 episodes, 2005
Harry Anderson ...  Himself 10 episodes, 2005
Michael Ian Black ...  Himself 10 episodes, 2005
Emmanuel Lewis ...  Himself / ... 10 episodes, 2005
John Moschitta Jr. ...  Himself 10 episodes, 2005
Cassandra Peterson ...  Elvira / ... 10 episodes, 2005
Alan Thicke ...  Himself 10 episodes, 2005
Chuck Woolery ...  Himself 10 episodes, 2005
'Weird Al' Yankovic ...  Himself 10 episodes, 2005
Hal Sparks ...  Himself 8 episodes, 2005
The Modern Humorist The Modern Humorist ...  Themselves 7 episodes, 2005
Mo Rocca ...  Himself 6 episodes, 2005
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A look back at the years 1980-1989 with commentary from celebrities and comedians in 3-D.

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24 October 2005 (USA) See more »

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The show is actually in 3D, using a process called ChromaDepth that appears in 3D when using a special pair of ChromaDepth glasses, but the process allows the show to be viewable in normal 2D (unlike the anaglyphic 3D process). The ChromaDepth glasses for the show were available free at Best Buy stores across the United States. See more »

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Wil Wheaton: [on "The Legend of Billie Jean" from 1985] That's who we're fucking with? What's wrong with you, man? Pay her!
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Followed by I Love Toys (2006) See more »

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Hungry Like the Wolf
Written by Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, Andy Taylor, John Taylor and Roger Taylor
Performed by Duran Duran
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Officially run its course
7 January 2017 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

Nope, you've killed it, VH-1. You've taken what was a reasonably good time and you've milked the cow to a shriveled-up premature dirt nap. It's not that the material of "I Love the '80s 3-D" is subpar, but that the array of on-air talent is woefully lacking. Really seems like they were harder pressed than usual for decent talking heads. And what's presented - stale as it is - makes you wonder what material was deemed unfit for broadcast. I mean, what the hell was cut? If you're looking to burn up time with Bill Dwyer's step-by-step recounting of "The Naked Gun"'s urinal scene, did you even have an overabundance of material? Don't get me wrong, the "I Love the _____" brand seemed long-lasting, but watching this is witnessing the last gasps of something that used to be funny.

4/10


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