This is an actual ABC special that aired Black Friday of 1979, just four months after the infamous Disco Demolition Night at Chicago's Comiskey Park. It's an all too authentic time capsule of a decade of exploration and excess in its death throes, and you can almost hear the Reagan 80s getting ready to slam the door on all the Me Decade madness. At first it seems weird that this aired on network television - and not even all that late in the evening's lineup. In the hilarious commercials gloriously kept intact throughout these clips, you learn a "Charlie's Angels" episode where the girls fight a college harem ring actually followed this program. Playboy was just a lead in to an evening of family entertainment! This content was hardly an anomaly. Many of the commercials give the sense of pop culture of the time being one raging, mindless hard-on. An upcoming "Vega$" is centered around porn. A promo for "The Ropers", the "Three's Company" spinoff, is chock full of sexually frustrated elderly lady double entendres. Mork hangs with the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders. You get the idea. Featured in this special: the soused "Family Feud" host Richard Dawson, brutally slain Playmate Dorothy Stratten, Sonny Corleone himself James Caan skating shirtless in overalls, Billy Cosby beating Cheryl Tiegs at tennis, the Village People performing "Ready for the 80s" to an enthusiastic crowd of bunnies in lingerie, flaming ventriloquist Waylon Flowers and his Joan Rivers-esque insult puppet "Madame" as well as his cringeworthy black dummy "Jiffy", a jubilant Patty Hearst, and a future Real Housewife of Orange County shooting a soft focus centerfold.