Since the original card was from the 1970s, I thought it would only be fitting if I kept the content in that decade (or close to it). For this batch, I'm also staying with the entertainment theme.
First up, another two superheroes. This time they represent TV shows.
Next, another fun show where good guys foiled bad guys.
CHiPs aired from 1977 through 1983. I must have caught the very tail end of their run, because in my early days (i.e., bicycle with training wheels) I remember having a plastic CHiPs helmet, complete with a tinted plastic visor that you could flip down.
This next show is one I remember my mom watching.
Now here's a show where you might consider all of the characters to be all-stars. (Even though they're not human characters.)
And talk about shows where all of the characters were all-stars...
Taxi ran from 1978 to 1983, and starred Judd Hirsch, Danny DeVito, Tony Danza, Andy Kaufman, Christopher Lloyd, Jeff Conaway, and Marilu Henner. Similar to the Muppets card, I could have made a great custom with any of these actors, but chose Marilu and Tony for this one. Great theme song, too.
Finally, on the subject of theme songs, here's a TV show that contains one of my favorite theme songs of all time.
The Odd Couple ran from 1970 to 1975. Have you ever thought about whether you were more of an "Oscar" or a "Felix"? They're both pretty far toward their respective ends of the spectrum, but if we're honest, we've all probably had some Oscar moments and some Felix moments in our lives.
One more note about theme songs: You'll see that I listed each show's title with a clickable link. Those links will take you to the respective theme songs/intros on YouTube. I encourage you to take a few minutes to watch them, because they're all such classics and they define the era so well. Here's one from The Odd Couple to whet your appetite:
I think I'll allow the backdrop of Manhattan skyscrapers and historic hi-rises in that closing scene to wrap up this post. Wow.
Thanks for reading, everyone.