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  1. jaguarr Be Your Own Hero

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    You fist-love black people? :huh:

    jag
     
  2. hippy fascist Registered

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    I went to see tom jones 2 years ago and I have to admit...I did the carlton dance :O
     
  3. yenaled 3X2(9YZ)4A

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    Got to love Carlton...

    [​IMG]
     
  4. Ultra-Herald9 Registered

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    Huzzah for the Carlton Dance!!

    That was pure genius incarnate.
     
  5. Lightning Strykez! Former Mod On Pension Pay

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    Fisting is a bannable offense. :cmad:
     
  6. Spiderine Sho nuff

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    I loved both shows as they contributed to African American culture. We came a long way in television.

    Evolution of African American on TV

    James Evans-Unemployed
    Fred Sanford-Junkyard Owner
    Goerge Jefferson-Owner of a chain of dry cleaners
    Cliff Huxtable-Pediatrician
    Philip Banks-Lawyer and eventually Judge

    Great strides in television.Did I miss anyone?
     
  7. Erzengel |-o-| (-o-) |-o-|

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    Don't be jealous.
     
  8. jaguarr Be Your Own Hero

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    I guess ****ehammer just got himself a warning, then. :ninja:

    jag
     
  9. Spiderine Sho nuff

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    What was your original image of blacks before Cosby?
     
  10. TNC9852002 Banned User

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    I was born in the 80's and grew up watching TV mostly in the early 90's, so I was brought up watching Fresh Prince a lot more, so I'm more familiar with the show. Cosby Show on the other hand, I still give mucho props to. I've seen many episodes, but it's different trying to catch up to an older show that you didn't get a chance to watch while it was at its peak.

    -TNC
     
  11. Wilhelm-Scream Registered

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    He used to be my favorite.

    I freakin' love:

    I'm not a nice person
    I mean I'd smack the **** out you twice dog and that's before I start
    cursin'
    I've lost my mind
    And I'm about to make you lose yours too from far away one time

    Wicked.
     
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    I too suffered from eighties deprivation. So I have a strong connection to Fresh Prince(so many memories...) but over the years I really started to enjoy the lovable stylings of Mr. Cosby.
     
  13. Warhammer Half Monk, Half Hitman

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    One of the best Fresh Prince episodes of all-time. :D

    That's the way, uh huh, uh huh, I like it.
     
  14. jaguarr Be Your Own Hero

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    Urkel was ALWAYS painful to watch. :down Carlton was funny, though. :up:

    jag
     
  15. Ultra-Herald9 Registered

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    Does this count as a great black sitcom that everyone grew up with?:huh:



    anyone?
     
  16. Darthphere Kneel before 'Drox!

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    I love orange soda.
     
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    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
  18. Warhammer Half Monk, Half Hitman

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    That's one that one of us 90's kids love/appreciate.
     
  19. Mr. Socko Registered

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    I do, I do, I dooooo-oooo!
     
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    It improved the image of blacks in general. There weren't many black doctors/lawyers on tv or media at the time.
     
  21. Mr. Socko Registered

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    It was made for kids. Calm da **** down brotha
     
  22. Spiderine Sho nuff

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    That show took us back 30 years to the days of JJ Jimmy Walker.
     
  23. JP Smelly

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    Pre-Vivian switch Fresh Prince was great. :up:
     
  24. blksuperman2 Deadly Akuma

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    Right on.
     
  25. raybia Signing off

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    Hey! :cmad:
     
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