Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by ShooterMcGavin, Nov 8, 2012.
Yeah cause "What's Happening Now" was such a hit.
Ya know, I'd actually take a peek. Liked the original.
Topenga was number one in my spank bank growing up. Those tits.. those eyes.. god damn!!
Ive caught some reruns on early weekend mornings and wow does that show not hold up. The shitty later episodes where they were in college anyway.
I was never on the Topenga band wagon. Even as a kid I thought she was a bit too meaty.
Did like her tits, though.
I never liked this show, I saw it along the same lines as blossom.
I've always had a thing for girls who were a little meaty. Not.. fat but a lil extra meat on them bones.
Yeah, I'm just the opposite. I trend toward the Portman/Knightley types.
It's a very fine line but the one's who hit that sweet spot look fucking amazing.
There was a girl I went to school with named Nicole and I had so many **** dreams about her. I had zero chance of getting her unless I wanted to stash a body in the woods. God she was hot...
I've gone out with ultra skinny girls who were pretty and they just never did it for me. They were high maintenance with bad attitudes and lacked sexual skills i was looking for in a partner. Girls who are too into themselves will not give that extra effort in and out of the bedroom. Give me a girl with a pretty face, big tits/ass and 10 pounds to lose and i'm in love
It's kind of funny my sister and i were just talking about this show, and she was commenting how it should come back. THE VERY NEXT DAY this news broke.
I liked how Eric was a stoner without them coming out and saying that he's a stoner.
That was one of the things that still annoys me about that show, he went from a wiser older brother to a complete tool. His stupidity just angered me.
He found weed. What did you want from him?
I guess I hold my late 90s childrens programming to a unrealistically high standard. One of my fatal flaws I suppose.
And it's not realistic for a teenager to find the sweet green bud and become a burn out?
I always hated it when sitcoms made one of their characters so stupid, they basically became real life cartoon characters. It happened on Boy Meets World, The Drew Carey Show (Lewis and Oswald) and before it was cancelled, My Name Is Earl (Randy).
Wasn't Randy always retarded? And by retarded, I mean actually mentally challenged.
Realistic, sure, but it still annoyed the piss out of me to have him take such a 180 to become the retard "comic relief" type characters on a show that tended to be more witty than slapstick for most of its run. That and why didnt Feeny ever stay in one place to try to get tenured? He made some really silly career choices. And finally, if this show doesnt explain what actually happened to Mr. Turner I would find it a disappointment.
I have said way too much...
For lack of a better term, yes. In the beginning, he came off as one who functional one though.
Mr. Turner got into a motorcycle accident. And I believe in the high school graduation episode, Minkus made his first appearance since disappearing from the Elementary School years and said that he and Mr. Turner were in the other part of the school that we never see.
He turned intellectual again and became a teacher I thought later in the show...
I remember the accident but he was never brought up again. Good call on the Minkus reference, I never saw that episode.
Skip to the 2 minute mark.