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Friday, March 11, 2016

The Groovy List #5 starring Sally Field and Meryl Streep

The Groovy List is a weekly Top 10 of recommended videos featuring pop culture, politics and gorgeous guys:

1) Groovy Dame: Maggie Smith
In honor of Downton Abbey's final episode, here is an interview with the show's Dowager Countess, who made her first British talk show appearance in 42 years on The Graham Norton Show on October 30, 2015.

2) Groovy Movie Star: Sally Field
The Academy Award-winning actress promotes her new film, Hello, My Name Is Doris, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Ellen (with co-star Max Greenfield).

3) Groovy Birthday Gal: Glenn Close
To celebrate her upcoming 69th birthday on March 19, let's go back to 1987 for a Fatal Attraction scene rehearsal with her and Michael Douglas and then the actual scene in the film. I've also included her 1993 appearance in Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall, singing "Send in the Clowns".

4) Groovy Birthday Boy: Rob Lowe
To celebrate his upcoming 52nd birthday on March 17, let's go back to June 28, 1984, when he appeared on The Tonight Show with guest host Joan Rivers.

5) Groovy Movie Trailer: Florence Foster Jenkins
Here is the first official full trailer for Meryl Streep's new film, which will be released in the UK on May 6.

6) Groovy TV Flashback #1: Maude on All in the Family
On March 11, 1972, Bea Arthur made her second appearance as Edith Bunker's cousin Maude Findlay on All in the Family, and this episode led to the spin-off series, Maude, which debuted in September 1972.

7) Groovy TV Flashback #2: Eight Is Enough
This ABC series debuted on March 15, 1977, and aired for five seasons. Below you can enjoy the first season's opening credits and the Celebrity Family Feud Special: Daytime Stars vs. Nighttime Stars - featuring General Hospital vs. Eight Is Enough -  which aired on ABC on September 17, 1980.

8) Groovy TV Show: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
This CW series was just renewed for a second season (hooray!) - and below you can watch Pete Gardner as the bisexual Darryl Whitefeather sing "Getting Bi" (which reminds me of a Huey Lewis and the News music video from the 1980s).

9) Groovy Underwear Expert: DanielXMiller
The Style Reporter (for the popular men's underwear blog) asks two shirtless DJs - Patrick Kuzara (PK) and James Cerne - that important question - Boxers or Briefs?

10) Groovy Comedy Sketch: Voters For Trump Ad
This Saturday Night Live sketch amusingly tells the awful truth of why many Americans are voting for Donald Trump.

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