Retroist Podcast – Episode 156 – The Facts of Life

On this week’s show we talk about the longest running sitcom of the 1980s, The Facts of Life. I start off by talking about how I met a future roommate and friend while watching The Facts of Life. Then I talk about the people in front of the camera, the theme, specials, ratings and much much more. I am joined again by Vic Sage who does another great “Why Should I know this Person”. This week, Vic tells you why you should know the very talented, Charlotte Rae. metagirl returns to the show with the Retroist Top 5 episodes of The Facts of Life.

Music on the show was provided by Peachy (the Mindy Cohn of Wales), if you have musical needs, why not contact Peachy at peachy@retroist.com. And “like” him on his Facebook Page.

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