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Fame Costs vs. 'You, Alright? I Learned It By Watching You!'

It's paying in sweat vs. parents who use drugs!

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Fame Costs

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'You, Alright? I Learned It By Watching You!'

The case for Fame Costs

Debbie Allen's iconic anti-pep-talk from the first episode of Fame wound up in the opening credits of every subsequent episode, becoming forever associated with Allen, dance class, and the very word fame. You want it? Well it costs. And right here is where you start paying. In sweat. — Adam "The Equalizer" Grosswirth

The case for 'You, Alright? I Learned It By Watching You!'

Of all the anti-drug PSAs from the 80s, this one is the most like an episode of Thirtysomething. To this day, I still end arguments by shouting, "You alright? I learned it by watching you!", and let's never forget Dad's mustache. He's probably got some goofballs hidden in there! — Mark "The Blankenship Chair" Blankenship

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