Thursday, July 27, 2006

I'm in favor of reusing things, and recycling - - - but this is crazy.

They're claiming this is a lois lane doll.
How gullible do they think I am? That is not a Lois Lane doll.

It's quite obvious it is a Kristen Shepard doll.
And we all remember what she did just about 26 years ago, don't we....

9 Comments:

Blogger Mony said...

Jk, your television databank is broad, breathtaking (Also, see Fawlty Towers post above)

3:51 PM  
Blogger jk said...

i couldn't help myself today. I saw that picture of the lois doll, and, whoops, there I went back to 1980. I don't even think I was watching TV in 1980...i was off at college and who had a TV of their own then?????

4:56 PM  
Blogger Mony said...

At that period I was on a Brideshead Revisited kick and wouldn't deign to watch Dallas even when invited to a Dallas party.
But in truth, there really was was no way to avoid it!

I continue to be impressed with you.

8:17 PM  
Blogger jk said...

and your memory isn't to bad, either. tell me: did you remember the name, or the face?

9:01 AM  
Blogger Mony said...

The face,. I cannot remember a name five minutes after it is told me.

11:31 AM  
Blogger Z said...

You know what, you're absolutely right. At first I thought it was a Nancy Drew doll or one of those Barbie ho's that never caught on but now that you post the picture with it...have to give it to you...you're right!!!

8:16 AM  
Blogger jk said...

Thank you Z! It was just one of those things....if i'd been thinking about it, I'd never make the connection. But with the head wide open, those thoughts just float right in.

scary, isn't it?

9:17 AM  
Anonymous lee said...

Oh, geez, it's the ONLY episode of that show I ever watched! I HAD to see who'd shot J.R. - EVERYbody did. That was the highest-rated single episode in television (until the finale of MASH beat it).

6:57 PM  
Blogger jk said...

lee knows of what she speaks. After all, she used to work in "the biz." And still remembers all the trade jargon.

8:20 PM  

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