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    The 80's were a better decade than the 90's, and I have to say that so far, the "zips" haven't been all that great either.
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    I think part of the problem of I Love the 90s were the people providing the commentary. They were missing some really funny people (Donal, Kermit) the funny people they did have seemed bored, and I'm officially sick of Hal Sparks.
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    Caught 1992 last night. It brought back some memories of my senior year of college (some of them unpleasant - Right Said Fred).

    I have to agree that the people they have doing commentary are very annoying.
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    i love these shows!

    These shows are great! While they are all good, I am partial to the 70's and 80's but that might be more because I was growing up then. Hal Sparks and Michael Ian Black are sooo funny. Then again, so is Rich Eisen, Mo Rocca and quite a few others. I have to second the FORT member who said...

    WHERE IS DONAL LOUGE? we could have used him for the '90's!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelloCity
    He was also in a GREAT show called Viva Variety. It was this odd send-up of European variety shows (It aired here on MTV I believe) he played this Euro-trash host named "Johnny Bluejeans"

    Anyone else remember it?

    I remember Viva Variety. I'm a big fan of Michael Ian Black, especially from the State days.

    I got to meet him awhile ago at a broadway show in ny, very exciting.

    I'm a class of 99 graduate. I really enjoyed the I love the 90's as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firewife187

    WHERE IS DONAL LOUGE? we could have used him for the '90's!

    Either he.....

    - Opted no to take part
    - Was not asked back
    - Due to scheduling of tapings was unable to take part

    Since the 80's had 2 parts The Strikes Back Series, who knows there might be a two parter for the 90's. A lot of stuff that made some impact got highly overlooked. Wendy The Snapple Lady happen to mention there is a Part Deux on the drawing board...

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    I've seen I Love the 90s in bits and pieces. I was eager to see it because I graduated in '96, but I have to admit that I'm a little disappointed. I liked I Love the 80s more, and maybe it's because the 90s series was too soon. Anyhow, I like Hal Sparks, Loni, and Mo Rocca, and Kyan from QE too. I'm getting tired of Michael Ian Black and Luis Guzman. And as someone else said earlier, where was Donal Logue? His Unfinished Parts segment on I Love the 80s Strike Back was hilarious.

    I liked the segments about the slap braclets and the macarena.

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    I agree with ya Amanda, Luis Guzman ..makes me sleepy..contributes absolutely nothing. But when he was on the show "The House of Buggin" he was absolutely hilarious....

    I liked 70's and 80's better....this one is alright.
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