Friday, September 23, 2016
The Groovy List is voting for HER to see HIM naked
The Groovy List is a weekly Top 10 of recommended videos featuring pop culture, politics and gorgeous guys:
1) Groovy Full Monty: Mark Ruffalo
In a video for director Joss Whedon's new "Save The Day" super PAC, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Neil Patrick Harris, James Franco, Julianne Moore, Nathan Fillion and other celebrities explain why it is so important that we all vote on November 8 - and they also promise that Mark Ruffalo will do a full frontal nude scene in his next movie if Hillary is elected!
2) Groovy 45th President: Hillary Clinton
She is interviewed on Funny or Die's Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis.
3) Groovy First Lady: Michelle Obama
She is a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
4) Groovy Movie Guy: Chris Pratt
The actor, whose latest film, The Magnificent Seven, opens today, is a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
5) Groovy Broadway Guys: Rob McClure and Will Chase
The Something Rotten! stars appear on The Broadway Channel's Ask a Star.
6) Groovy Music: "Forever Country"
In celebration of the 50th Annual CMA (Country Music Association) Awards, which will be broadcast live on November 2 on ABC, CMA has created a music video featuring 30 CMA Award-winning acts.
7) Groovy TV Flashback #1: The Judy Garland Show
The CBS musical variety series debuted on September 29, 1963, and ran for 26 episodes. Below you can watch two episodes with guests Lena Horne and Terry-Thomas (taped on July 23, 1963) and Barbra Streisand, The Smothers Brothers and Ethel Merman (taped on October 4. 1963).
8) Groovy TV Flashback #2: The Brady Bunch
The ABC series debuted on September 26, 1969, and ran for five seasons. Below you can watch scenes from the 1971 episode, "Her Sister's Shadow", and the 1972 episode, "Dough Re Mi", as well as a promo for the 1973 episode, "Never Too Young" (with guest star Melissa Sue Anderson).
9) Groovy TV Flashback #3: Paper Dolls
Starring Morgan Fairchild, Nicollette Sheridan, Brenda Vaccaro, Dack Rambo and Lloyd Bridges, the ABC prime time soap debuted on September 23, 1984, and ran for 14 episodes (it was based on a 1982 TV movie of the same name). Below you can watch the show's opening credits and a promo.
10) Groovy TV Flashback #4: Flying High
After airing a two-hour television film pilot on August 28, 1978, the CBS series debuted its first regular episode on September 29, 1978, and ran for 18 episodes (three were unaired). Below you can watch a preview and the opening credits for the November 17, 1978 episode with guest stars Jim Backus, Nancy Dussault, Dave Madden, Charlotte Rae, Bobby Sherman and Lyle Waggoner.