I Love the '70s: Volume 2

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I Love the '70s: Volume 2
Narrated byDoug Jeffers
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10
Running time60 minutes
Original networkVH1
Original releaseJuly 10 –
July 14, 2006
Preceded byI Love Toys
Followed byI Love the New Millennium

I Love the '70s: Volume 2 is a television mini-series in the I Love the... series presented by VH1. The sequel to I Love the '70s, it originally aired on VH1 from July 10, 2006 to July 14, 2006.

Recurring segments[edit]

  • Bruce Lee and Evel Knievel in Stunt Fu: A cut-out of Bruce Lee and a cut-out of Evel Knievel on a motorcycle are edited into short video clips from the year in question. Bruce Lee generally kicks someone who falls over, and Evel Knievel jumps his motorcycle over someone in each video clip.
  • Charo TV: Charo, who was a frequent television guest star in the 1970s, presents ideas of how she could have been introduced into the cast of a popular show from the time period. Each idea includes some reference to her "cuchi cuchi" catchphrase.
  • Porn or Not Porn: John Waters features a segment in which he poses a small test to see whether or not three films, selected based on their suggestive titles, are either considered pornographic or not pornographic. He ends the segment by stating he found a vintage copy of a parodic pornographic film.
  • It's Time for Burt Reynolds' Mustache: The segment shows a picture of Burt Reynolds from the relevant year, illustrating how his mustache changed over time (or 1972 was gone from his face), and is introduced by several voices annoyingly chanting the segment's title and is followed by the same voices chanting "That was Burt Reynolds' mustache."
  • Songs to Make Whoopee To: Bob Eubanks (The Newlywed Game) presents the love songs from each year. Some of the song titles are fake, and merely read aloud; whenever he reads the title of an actual song, a clip of the song is played. The segment takes the form of an advertisement for an album, also available on 8-track and cassette.
  • Then and Now: Alison Arngrim (Little House on the Prairie) presents the segment for each year in which pop culture personalities from the decade are shown in pictures from the 1970s and today, a difference of thirty years which she emphasizes.
  • Look Who's Got a Farrah Do: The segment takes a look at each year to see what celebrity had a hairdo similar to that of Charlie's Angels star Farrah Fawcett.
  • Guitar Gods: Peter Frampton presents the guitar players of each year.
  • Survivors: Gloria Gaynor ("I Will Survive") presents the survivors of each year. Each segment begins by Gaynor citing three trends she survived that year.
  • What Dom Cooked For...: The segment has actor Dom DeLuise telling viewers what food he would make for an actor, or some actors, and the name of the food would be based on a film, TV program, etc. from the episode's year.
  • That's No Jive Turkey: The segment takes place near the end of an episode and would let a certain celebrity give one last opinion on a topic that was covered in the episode.
  • Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Christopher Knight (The Brady Bunch) has a rant for each year over how he does not wish to be known as Peter Brady anymore. Each year features Knight drawing a contrast between a member of the show's cast and the character that actor portrayed.
  • Guess This Joe: At the conclusion of each episode, there's a small puzzle being put together of a famous person named Joe, with the viewer's job being to "Guess this Joe" before the puzzle is finished and the identity is revealed. Some segments involve a celebrity with a related name, such as "Joey," "José" or "Joseph." The lyrics to the "Guess this Joe" song are: "If you guess this Joe, it's a Joe you know, if you don't know this Joe, then it's a Joe you don't know, so if you guess this Joe, it's a Joe you know, guess this Joe, hey, guess this Joe..."
  • During the credits of every episode, a performance of a popular song from that decade was played with no commentary. These were usually replaced with a show promo by VH1.

Topics covered by year[edit]


Charo TV 1970: Charo's Heroes

Porn or Not Porn 1970: Sex and the Single Vampire (porn), Two Mules for Sister Sara (not porn), and A Man Called Horse (not porn)

Then and Now 1970: Michael Nesmith, Michael Jackson, and Mike Lookinland

Guitar Gods of 1970: Duane Allman (The Allman Brothers Band), Terry Kath (Chicago), and Jimi Hendrix

Survivors of 1970: Ali MacGraw, Jane Fonda, and Alice Nelson

What Dom Cooked for Hawkeye and Trapper John: Garlic M*A*S*H Potatoes

That's No Jive, Turkey: Rachael Harris on AMC Gremlin

Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Christopher Knight (real) and Peter Brady (fake)

Guess This Joe: Joe Torre


Charo TV 1971: Charo in the Family

Porn or Not Porn 1971: Shaft (not porn), Bedknobs and Broomsticks (not porn), and Below the Belt (porn)

Then and Now 1971: Cybill Shepherd, Cat Stevens, and Sean Connery

Guitar Gods of 1971: Pete Townshend (The Who), Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead), and Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin)

Survivors of 1971: Rhoda Morgenstern, Sally Struthers, and Cher

What Dom Cooked for Alex the Droog: A Clockwork Orange Julius

That's No Jive, Turkey: Modern Humorist on Grateful Dead

Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Barry Williams (real) and Greg Brady (fake)

Guess This Joe: Joe Jackson


Charo TV 1972: Charo Five-O

Porn or Not Porn 1972: Black Mama White Mama (not porn), Flesh of the Lotus (porn), and The Hot Rock (not porn)

Then and Now 1972: Sally Struthers & Rob Reiner, Burt Reynolds, and David Cassidy

Guitar Gods of 1972: Neil Young, Steve Howe (Yes), and Mick Ronson (Ziggy Stardust)

Survivors of 1972: Bette Midler, Shirley Chisholm, and Carly Simon

What Dom Cooked for Liza: Liza Minnelli Linguine with a Glass of Cabaret

That's No Jive, Turkey: Tom Papa on The Paul Lynde Show

Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Mike Lookinland (real) and Bobby Brady (fake)

Guess This Joe: G.I. Joe


Charo TV 1973: The Charo Tyler Moore Show

Porn or Not Porn 1973: Bang the Drum Slowly (not porn), The Last of Sheila (not porn), and Ride a Cocked Horse (porn)

Then and Now 1973: Cheech Marin, Cher, and Roger Daltrey

Guitar Gods of 1973: David Gilmour (Pink Floyd), Allen Collins & Gary Rossington (Lynyrd Skynyrd), and Ritchie Blackmore (Deep Purple)

Survivors of 1973: Barbra Streisand, Tatum O'Neal, and Jane Seymour

What Dom Cooked for Babs and Robert: The Way We Waffles

That's No Jive, Turkey: Patrice O'Neal on Love Music

Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Robert Reed (real) and Mike Brady (fake)

Guess This Joe: Joe Paterno


Charo TV 1974: Little Charo on the Prairie

Porn or Not Porn 1974: Blazing Zippers (porn), The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (not porn), and Fulfillment (porn)

Then and Now 1974: James Taylor, Melissa Gilbert, and Bob Barker

Guitar Gods of 1974: Alex Lifeson (Rush), Mick Ralphs (Bad Company), and Eric Clapton

Survivors of 1974: Diane Keaton, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and Florida Evans

What Dom Cooked for Michael and Fredo: Fettuccini Al-Fredo Corleone

That's No Jive, Turkey: Greg Fitzsimmons on String bikini

Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Susan Olsen (real) and Cindy Brady (fake)

Guess This Joe: Joe DiMaggio


Charo TV 1975: The Charo Family Robinson

Porn or Not Porn 1975: Let's Do It Again (not porn), The Shootist (not porn), and The Analist (porn)

Then and Now 1975: Aretha Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips, and Ron Palillo

Guitar Gods of 1975: Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top), Joe Perry (Aerosmith), and Jeff Beck

Survivors of 1975: Martina Navratilova, Loretta Lynn, and Julie Kotter

What Dom Cooked for Tommy: Keith Moon Pies

That's No Jive, Turkey: Luis Guzmán on S.W.A.T.

Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Robbie Rist (real) and Cousin Oliver (fake)

Guess This Joe: José Feliciano


Charo TV 1976: Welcome Back, Charo

Porn or Not Porn 1976: The Pom Pom Girls (not porn), Mother, Jugs & Speed (not porn), and Kansas City Trucking Co. (porn)

Then and Now 1976: Jodie Foster, Peter Frampton, and Farrah Fawcett

Guitar Gods of 1976: Ace Frehley (KISS), Keith Richards (Rolling Stones), and Peter Frampton

Survivors of 1976: Jodie Foster, Farrah Fawcett, and The Bionic Woman

What Dom Cooked for Deep Throat: All the President's Meatloaf

That's No Jive, Turkey: Sir Mix-a-Lot on Disco

Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Ann B. Davis (real) and Alice Nelson (fake)

Guess This Joe: Joey Lawrence (represented by a picture of a sperm)


Charo TV 1977: Charo's Angels

Porn or Not Porn 1977: Fun with Dick and Jane (not porn), Oh, God! (not porn), and Heavy Machinery (porn)

Then and Now 1977: Leif Garrett, Kojak, and Charo

Guitar Gods of 1977: Mick Jones (Foreigner), Lindsey Buckingham (Fleetwood Mac), and Ted Nugent

Survivors of 1977: Barbara Walters, Laverne DeFazio, and Joyce DeWitt

What Dom Cooked for Mr. Goodbar: Grilled Tony Lo Portobello Mushrooms

That's No Jive, Turkey: Carlos Alazraqui on Billy Beer

Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Eve Plumb (real) and Jan Brady (fake)

Guess This Joe: Joey Ramone


Charo TV 1978: CHARO in Cincinnati

Porn or Not Porn 1978: The Tender Trap (porn), Goin' South (not porn), and Sweet Folds of Flesh (porn)

Then and Now 1978: Loni Anderson, Robby Benson, and Lee Majors

Guitar Gods of 1978: Joe Walsh (Eagles), Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits), and Eddie Van Halen

Survivors of 1978: Mindy McConnell, Tina Turner, and Marilu Henner

What Dom Cooked for the Bee Gees: Sausage and Pepper's Lonely Hearts Sub

That's No Jive, Turkey: Michael Ian Black on Charmin

Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Maureen McCormick (real) and Marcia Brady (fake)

Guess This Joe: Joe Perry


Charo TV 1979: Mork & Charo

Porn or Not Porn 1979: Hardcore (not porn), The Black Hole (not porn), and Dracula Sucks (porn)

Then and Now 1979: Nick Nolte, Steve Martin, and Janet Jackson

Guitar Gods of 1979: Angus Young (AC/DC), Glenn Tipton & K. K. Downing (Judas Priest), and Brian May (Queen)

Survivors of 1979: Jerry Hall, Florence Johnston, and Bo Derek

What Dom Cooked for the Dallas Bulls: The North Dallas Forty Ounce Porterhouse

That's No Jive, Turkey: Greg Fitzsimmons on Disco Demolition Night

Hey, I'm Not a Brady: Florence Henderson (real) and Carol Brady (fake)

Guess This Joe: Joe Cool

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