Sunday, 31 January 2010

2000's interpretation of 1988: Lots of Excited People Talking

I Love 1988 part 1 of 9

A recent upload, with a full episode taken from the early 2000's BBC nostalgia series I Love...whatever year from the 70's/80's/90's. This luckily is one of my favourite episodes from the series that profiled 3 decades. You know the format, main presenter introduces the segment, talks over the the clip, followed up with random talking heads, some we know, some from the far reaches of the magazine industry, but also some who were involved in that particular show, then follow some more clips, then some more blah blah blah, and so on...

This show is introduced and presented by a new 3-D animation re-enactment of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, voiced by 2 of the actual voice actors, from the cartoon that lauched in the UK in 1988, Cam Clarke (Leonardo -blue mask) and Rob Paulsen (Raphael- red mask). The show features, as described in the video blurb, pop twins Bros,
Brother Beyond, Harry Enfield's iconic 80's stand-up garb Loadsa Money, Richard and Judy, Pub Quiz, Acid House music, Prisoner Cell Block H, Inflatable Bananas at football grounds, The Viz comic, teen singing sensations Tiffany& Debbie Gibson, Sumo on Channel 4 night time, the film "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" and the Hitman and Her!

I still really like these kind of shows, well, there are few questionable entries and some of the sections did drag on, however most of the show goes along speedily, maintaining you're interest. The same user also has full episodes of "I Love 1987" and "I Love 1989", and I'm guessing more?

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