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Old 01-29-2012, 04:10 PM   #1
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Default Closing credits of Welcome Back Kotter and All in the Family has 1 thing in common

In both closing credits you see a person who notices they are being filmed and quickly gets out of dodge-lol

AITF..."The person runs in the alley"

WBK..."The person runs inside of an apartment building"


Were they wanted by the police?-lol
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In both closing credits you see a person who notices they are being filmed and quickly gets out of dodge-lol

AITF..."The person runs in the alley"

WBK..."The person runs inside of an apartment building"


Were they wanted by the police?-lol



Only you Sol, would recognize that! lol
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Only you Sol, would recognize that! lol


Guess I'm the only one who watches the closing credits lol
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I watch them, but obviously don't analyze them quite like you.
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I watch them, but obviously don't analyze them quite like you.


Well certain sitcoms especially in NYC and Chicago have people in them which makes it easier to watch

WBK
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