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1 :01x01 - 1970

Jul/09/2006
The ‘70s started out with Orville Redenbacher’s popcorn becoming extremely popular in America, and AMC introducing their Gremlin cars to the nation’s drivers. On the pop culture front, Three Dog Night and Sly and the Family Stone made their way across the radio waves, Patton and Beneath the Planet of the Apes were the popular movies of the year, and television viewers couldn’t get enough of Hawaii 5-0 and Adam-12.
Interviewees: Adam Ferrara as Himself | Ron Jeremy as Himself | Joel Stein as Himself | Jill Whelan as Herself | Maroon 5 as Themselves | Debbie Matenopoulos as Herself | Tyler Florence as Himself | Laura Dean as Herself | Stuart Scott as Himself | Michael Strahan as Himself | Cassandra Peterson as Herself | Biz Markie as Himself | Graham Norton as Himself | Fisher Stevens as Himself | Night Ranger as Themselves | Lauren Weedman as Herself | Tom Bosley as Himself | Engelbert Humperdinck as Himself | Willard Scott as Himself | Bill Fagerbakke as Himself | Erin Gray as Herself | Fred Schneider as Himself | Doug E. Fresh as Himself | Freda Payne as Herself | Jeff Stilson as Himself | Jennifer Irwin as Herself | Drew Fraser as Himself | Brenda Strong as Herself | Common as Himself | David James Elliott as Himself | David Naughton as Himself | Joe Lorge as Himself

2 :01x02 - 1971

Jun/10/2006
1971 saw television successes in The Flip Wilson Show, The Dick Cavett Show, and Hollywood Squares and movie successes of Billy Jack and The French Connection. Malibu Barbie became extremely popular with America’s girls while boys became huge fan of Supercombs and Toughskin jeans. The music industry was dealt a blow with the death of Jim Morrison and soon saw the popularity of K-Tel compilations and Jethro Tull rise to high levels.
Interviewees: Megyn Price as Herself | Laura Dean as Herself | Joel Stein as Himself | Jason Winston George as Himself | Riki Rachtman as Himself | Tyler Florence as Himself | Tim Bagley as Himself | Mark Hoppus as Himself | Debbie Matenopoulos as Herself | Darius Rucker as Himself | Donovan Scott as Himself | Cassandra Peterson as Herself | Adam Ferrara as Himself | Bart Conner as Himself | Brian Posehn as Himself | Bob Zmuda as Himself | Cedric Yarbrough as Himself | Fisher Stevens as Himself | Frank Vincent (1) as Himself | Graham Norton as Himself | Shondrella Avery as Herself | Sherri Shepherd as Herself | Stephen Lynch as Himself | Stuart Scott as Himself | Melissa Rivers as Herself | Kevin Weisman as Himself | Hard 'n Phirm as Themselves | Freda Payne as Herself | Neil Flynn as Himself | Nicole Eggert as Herself | Stephen Perkins (1) as Himself | Butch Patrick as Himself | Brenda Strong as Herself | Alonzo Bodden as Himself | Chris Coppola as Himself | Common as Himself | Erin Gray as Herself | Engelbert Humperdinck as Himself | Elon Gold as Himself | Drew Fraser as Himself | Dustin Nguyen as Himself | Doug E. Fresh as Himself

3 :01x03 - 1972

Jun/11/2006
1972 saw Carly Simon and James Taylor dominating the radio waves while Pink Flamingos and Superfly ruled the movie theaters and The Bob Newhart Show and Maude were favorite shows of the nation’s television viewers. America also became fascinated by the panda bears Ling-Ling and Hsing-Hsing, the Goodyear Blimp, and Nerf footballs.
Interviewees: Sir Mix-a-lot as Himself | Michael Strahan as Himself | Laura Dean as Herself | Joel Stein as Himself | Jason Winston George as Himself | Jake Johannsen as Himself | Nicole Sullivan as Herself | Tim Bagley as Himself | Stuart Scott as Himself | Shondrella Avery as Herself | Sherri Shepherd as Herself | Riki Rachtman as Himself | Frank Vincent (1) as Himself | Bob Zmuda as Himself | Biz Markie as Himself | Bart Conner as Himself | Brian Posehn as Himself | Cassandra Peterson as Herself | Cedric Yarbrough as Himself | Fisher Stevens as Himself | Debbie Matenopoulos as Herself | Willard Scott as Himself | Nick DiPaolo as Himself | Joe Lorge as Himself | Hard 'n Phirm as Themselves | Night Ranger as Themselves | Tony Hawk as Himself | Tom Bosley as Himself | Freda Payne as Herself | Gary Cole as Himself | Alonzo Bodden as Himself | Erin Gray as Herself | Drew Fraser as Himself | Doug E. Fresh as Himself | Dolph Lundgren as Himself | Dee Snider as Himself | David James Elliott as Himself

4 :01x04 - 1973

Jun/11/2006
While television viewers enjoyed watching Match Game, the American public went to movie theaters to watch Westworld and Papermoon while Jesus Christ Superstar was a big hit on Broadway. While Elvis had several hits on the radio, everybody in the racing world was rooting for Secretariat to win the Triple Crown.
Interviewees: Cedric Yarbrough as Himself | Megyn Price as Herself | Tyler Florence as Himself | Jake Johannsen as Himself | Melissa McCarthy as Herself | Tim Bagley as Himself | Stephen Lynch as Himself | Sherri Shepherd as Herself | Riki Rachtman as Himself | Frank Vincent (1) as Himself | Marilu Henner as Herself | Clint Howard as Himself | Ken Howard as Himself | Chandra Wilson as Herself | Engelbert Humperdinck as Himself | Brian Posehn as Himself | Bob Zmuda as Himself | Chris Wylde as Himself | Donovan Scott as Himself | Darius Rucker as Himself | Max Gail as Himself | Lauren Weedman as Herself | Jennifer Elise Cox as Herself | Hard 'n Phirm as Themselves | Nick DiPaolo as Himself | Stephen Perkins (1) as Himself | Rick Springfield as Himself | Night Ranger as Themselves | Gary Valentine as Himself | Brenda Strong as Herself | Ben Folds as Himself | Alonzo Bodden as Himself | Elon Gold as Himself | Scott Donovan as Himself | David James Elliott as Himself

5 :01x05 - 1974

Jul/12/2006
While people were sitting down to watch The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Chico and the Man, they were also Bedazzling their clothing. The big movies of 1974 were Earthquake and The Godfather, Book II. Sports fans were enthralled by Hank Aaron chasing down Babe Ruth’s home run record.
Interviewees: Stuart Scott as Himself | Jason Winston George as Himself | Graham Norton as Himself | Fisher Stevens as Himself | Frank Vincent (1) as Himself | Joel Stein as Himself | Sir Mix-a-lot as Himself | Riki Rachtman as Himself | Michael Strahan as Himself | Melissa McCarthy as Herself | Megyn Price as Herself | Donovan Scott as Himself | Adam Ferrara as Himself | Biz Markie as Himself | Bob Zmuda as Himself | Darius Rucker as Himself | Chris Wylde as Himself | Cedric Yarbrough as Himself | Brian Posehn as Himself | John Heffron as Himself | Har Mar Superstar as Himself | Gary Valentine as Himself | Dustin Nguyen as Himself | Kevin Weisman as Himself | Nicole Eggert as Herself | Melissa Rivers as Herself | Elon Gold as Himself | Drew Fraser as Himself | Bill Fagerbakke as Himself | Dee Snider as Himself | Common as Himself | Chandra Wilson as Herself | Bryan Callen as Himself

6 :01x06 - 1975

Jul/12/2006
The interviewees look back to the year 1975, which brought the world the television series S.W.A.T. and The Swiss Family Robinson; popular songs from Patti LaBelle and Joe Crocker; and movies Rollerball and The Pink Panther. Away from the airways, the American public started to purchase AMC Pacers and Nair in record numbers, while the Boston Red Socks let their chances of winning the World Series slip away.
Interviewees: Mark Hoppus as Himself | Megyn Price as Herself | Melissa McCarthy as Herself | Joel Stein as Himself | Dee Snider as Himself | Gary Cole as Himself | Michael Strahan as Himself | Sir Mix-a-lot as Himself | Shondrella Avery as Herself | Sherri Shepherd as Herself | Nicole Sullivan as Herself | Jake Johannsen as Himself | Bob Zmuda as Himself | Biz Markie as Himself | Adam Ferrara as Himself | Chris Wylde as Himself | Frank Vincent (1) as Himself | Fisher Stevens as Himself | Max Gail as Himself | Linda Blair as Herself | Kevin Weisman as Himself | Kathleen Madigan as Herself | Melissa Rivers as Herself | Tony Alva as Himself | Tony Hawk as Himself | Neil Flynn as Himself | Jennifer Irwin as Herself | Ben Folds as Himself | Daryl Mitchell as Himself | Gary Valentine as Himself | Erin Gray as Herself | Erik Estrada as Himself | Dustin Nguyen as Himself | Bronson Arroyo as Himself

7 :01x07 - 1976

Jul/13/2006
In 1976, the popular movies were Freaky Friday and The Omen, while In Search Of… and The Captain and Tenille where the popular television shows. During the Olympics, Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci wowed the world with her perfect scores while in the music world Michael McDonald joined the Doobie Brothers and laser rock concerts were all the rage.
Interviewees: Ron Jeremy as Himself | Rob Zombie as Himself | Joel Stein as Himself | Tyler Florence as Himself | Sir Mix-a-lot as Himself | Tim Bagley as Himself | Damien Fahey as Himself | David L. Lander as Himself | Laura Dean as Herself | Chris Wylde as Himself | Nadia Comaneci as Herself | Chris Coppola as Himself | Jay McCarroll as Himself | Hard 'n Phirm as Themselves | Cedric Yarbrough as Himself | Biz Markie as Himself | Brian Posehn as Himself | Bart Conner as Himself | Jill Whelan as Herself | Jason Winston George as Himself | Donovan Scott as Himself | Adam Ferrara as Himself | Nicole Sullivan as Herself | Riki Rachtman as Himself | Shondrella Avery as Herself | Loni Anderson as Herself | Kathleen Madigan as Herself | Stuart Pankin as Himself | Kevin Weisman as Himself | Bryan Callen as Himself | Bill Fagerbakke as Himself | Clint Howard as Himself | Dee Snider as Himself | David Naughton as Himself | Night Ranger as Themselves

8 :01x08 - 1977

Jul/13/2006
1978 saw Jimmy Carter being ashamed of his brother Billy while Meatloaf burst upon the music scene. Moviegoers went to see Slapshot and The Deep in droves, whilst The Hardy Boys Mysteries and The Nancy Drew Mysteries showed television viewers that teenagers had no problem solving big mysteries.
Interviewees: Ron Jeremy as Himself | Elon Gold as Himself | Doug E. Fresh as Himself | Stuart Scott as Himself | Cassandra Peterson as Herself | Cedric Yarbrough as Himself | Adam Ferrara as Himself | Darius Rucker as Himself | Chris Wylde as Himself | Jake Johannsen as Himself | Jill Whelan as Herself | Tim Bagley as Himself | Melissa McCarthy as Herself | Nicole Sullivan as Herself | Tyler Florence as Himself | Riki Rachtman as Himself | Stephen Lynch as Himself | Megyn Price as Herself | Bill Fagerbakke as Himself | Alonzo Bodden as Himself | David Zucker as Himself | Clint Howard as Himself | David Naughton as Himself | Engelbert Humperdinck as Himself | Jennifer Irwin as Herself | Joel Stein as Himself | Melissa Rivers as Herself | Nick DiPaolo as Himself

9 :01x09 - 1978

Jul/14/2006
1978 saw horror movies Midnight Express and Dawn of the Dead scaring moviegoers while science fiction television fans got their fill of the genre with Battlestar Galatica and Doctor Who. Blonde and Devo ruled the radio waves while the popularity of Disco was starting to fall rapidly. Other things that where popular include the Ginsu knife and Charmin’s commercials starring Mr. Whipple, while the comic pages around the country were introduced to a chubby feline named Garfield.
Interviewees: Alyson Hannigan as Herself | Joe Lorge as Himself | Brian Posehn as Himself | Biz Markie as Himself | Bart Conner as Himself | Cassandra Peterson as Herself | Chris Wylde as Himself | Darius Rucker as Himself | Jason Winston George as Himself | Jake Johannsen as Himself | Graham Norton as Himself | Debbie Matenopoulos as Herself | Tyler Florence as Himself | Melissa McCarthy as Herself | Laura Dean as Herself | Jill Whelan as Herself | Michael Strahan as Himself | Tim Bagley as Himself | Stephen Lynch as Himself | Nicole Sullivan as Herself | Sherri Shepherd as Herself | Butch Patrick as Himself | Brenda Strong as Herself | Bob Zmuda as Himself | Bill Morrison as Himself | Jennifer Irwin as Herself | Freda Payne as Herself | Daryl Mitchell as Himself | William Sanderson as Himself | Max Gail as Himself | Steve Whitmire as Kermit the Frog | John Heffron as Himself | Neil Flynn as Himself | Nick DiPaolo as Himself | Tony Hawk as Himself | Steve Landesberg as Himself | Rick Springfield as Himself | Nicole Eggert as Herself

10 :01x10 - 1979

Jul/14/2006
The ‘70s are round out with the introduction of Happy Meals to McDonald’s menu and becoming popular with children around the world. On the music front, the Ramones, the B-52’s, and Joe Johnson received heavy play time. The popular movies of 1979 are Hair and The Amityville Horror, while sports fans were introduced the sports network ESPN and The White Shadow and Trapper John, M.D. were the popular television dramas of the year.
Interviewees: Damien Fahey as Himself | Clint Howard as Himself | Butch Patrick as Himself | Bryan Callen as Himself | Bill Morrison as Himself | Alyson Hannigan as Herself | Fred Schneider as Himself | Gary Cole as Himself | Stephen Perkins (1) as Himself | Neil Flynn as Himself | Mark Hoppus as Himself | Kathleen Madigan as Herself | Jeff Stilson as Himself | Stuart Scott as Himself | Donovan Scott as Himself | Darius Rucker as Himself | Debbie Matenopoulos as Herself | Cassandra Peterson as Herself | Brian Posehn as Himself | Biz Markie as Himself | Bart Conner as Himself | Adam Ferrara as Himself | Graham Norton as Himself | Tyler Florence as Himself | Stephen Lynch as Himself | Sir Mix-a-lot as Himself | Shondrella Avery as Herself | Sherri Shepherd as Herself | Riki Rachtman as Himself | Michael Strahan as Himself | Megyn Price as Herself | Jill Whelan as Herself | Jason Winston George as Himself | Jake Johannsen as Himself
Warning: I Love the '70s: Volume 2 guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Documentary
Genre: Celebrities | Lifestyle
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: VH1 ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: July 10, 2006
Ended: July 14, 2006
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