Discovering the Relevance of Words
Given that many of our readers are in their early twenties, or teenagers even, there’s a good chance that the title of this post means absolutely nothing to you. But Gary Coleman, playing Arnold from Different Strokes, gave us a catch phrase that will forever live on in my generation.
Zach Morris talked me through my childhood and teenage years. He helped me understand how to try to manipulate the system, deal with conflict, be a better friend, and most importantly, get the girl – well, at least make a valiant attempt to get the girl, while typically screwing up, and making a fool of myself in the process.
For the most part, you have grown up in a TV generation. We have all found our best friends, our mentors, our enemies, and our crushes on television shows. From JR to Barney (be it Rubble, or the Purple Dinosaur), or Kelly Kapowski, or one of Charlie’s Angels, or Pam Anderson on Baywatch, we’ve connected to someone, or something on television.
Question of the Day:
So, how about you? What have you found on TV that will stick with you for the rest of your lives?