Take Me Out Tonight: Five 80s Boys We'll Always Love
Stuck in the 80s? Not a problem—tons of bands and musicians are making their comebacks and touring again; some of the fashion is (hilariously) showing up in shops and magazines…neon, jellies, high-waisted pants and shorts. Heck, even Schwarzenegger’s Terminator is getting in on the act. The hair may have been really bad, but certain things should endure—like these five favorites who thankfully, have never gone away.
1. Michael J. Fox
Shtick That Stuck: Perennial Mr. Nice Guy
What’s Next: After a stint as a rival attorney on “The Good Wife,” Fox returns to headlining his own show on NBC: “The Michael J. Fox Show” He’ll star as a former news anchor trying to restart his career after being diagnosed and learning to live with Parkinson’s Disease. Begins September 26th.
2. James Spader
Yeah, he’s kind of a preppy pimp now, but he’s a damned good pimp.
Shtick That Stuck: The Bad Boy We Can’t Help Wanting
What’s Next: NBC’s “The Blacklist” features Spader as a criminal—on the FBI’s most wanted list—who surrenders, then tries to wheel and deal himself out of prison by claiming he’s the only person who can help find some of the world’s worst terrorists. Starts September 23rd.
3. Kiefer Sutherland
Shtick That Stuck: Gruff Voiced Tough Guy.
What’s Next: Filming Pompeii and a return to form as Jack Bauer in “24: Live Another Day” on Fox. (2014)
4. Robert Downey Jr.
Shtick That Stuck: Egotistical and Yet…Likable.
5. Rob Lowe
Shtick That Stuck: More Than Just a Pretty Face.
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