Yes, the show's trademark innuendo and misunderstandings could be funny, but what makes the show inherently funny is that the situation driving this situational comedy was a landlord who was tolerant of homosexuals but not unmarried cohabitation. Was there really a point in American culture when this was plausible? See also 70's, Homosexual, Sitcom.
Actual name of a shampoo in the 70's and 80's. Do they still make this stuff? See also 70's, Hygiene.
Alphabetically organized, and quite specific in detail, it was for many of us, our first sexual experience, or, for that matter, learning experiencecarefully pulling the book down off the shelf when no one is home. By the way, they actually made a Vol. 2 with less hairy, scraggly people. See also 70's, Sex.
This is Tobor. Tobor, the telesonic robot. (Batteries not included.) He's under your control. With a click from the telesonic commander, to circle, to proceed forward, to circle. Or to pick up the support module and return, all on your command. Tobor is "robot" spelled backwards. Tobor, the telesonic robot. From Sharper! See also 70's.
These were all truned into drive-thrugh coffee bars in the 90's. I don't know what they are now. See also 70's, 80's.
Revolutionary social change in a snack food, this iconic 70's candied popcorn made you feel like you were getting something over on "The Man", and somehow doing something subversive. See also 70's, Snacks.
Never goes out of style, nor, paradoxically, comes into style. See also 70's, Dances.