Halloween Countdown: 80’s Sitcom Treat Bag

My October tradition involves digging up all manner of nostalgic and/or spooky cartoons, TV shows, movies, etc. (from silent era to present) and watching these goodies every day of the month.

Today I give you a random treat bag of 80’s Halloween sitcom full episodes (Note: I have not watched them all yet, so I cannot say with conviction whether they are “totally tubular” or “grody to the max.”)


You Can’t Do That on Television
The Facts of Life
Mr. Belvedere
Charles in Charge
The Cosby Show

Pee Wee Herman on Letterman, 1983
Pee Wee Herman on Letterman, 1984

And here’s a playlist of Roseanne Halloween episodes!

Anyone have links to others?

Cannot type/talk due to severe illness (all words courtesy of voice software or kind typing helpers)…I read and appreciate all comments…Apologies for not being able to respond.


3 Responses to “Halloween Countdown: 80’s Sitcom Treat Bag”

  1. I totally can get behind this, love the 80’s… well I do!
    Visiting part of the “Countdown to Halloween”

    Jeremy H.

    New Look, New Name and Same Stuff…

    Also, thought I would share this with you… this is the label I work for and we want to get a good turn out this year.. Maybe you like and then share?

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    Brought to you by “Howlin’ Wolf Records”, go ahead you should check it out! Remember this runs all month long and it’s all about the score music from some of your favorite films and the mention of prizes doesn’t hurt either.


  2. Awesome, might go check some of these out. Haven’t seen them since I was a teen! 🙂

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