I saw this on an Albany thread of Reddit.com and was incredibly intrigued and quite frankly, couldn't stop watching. It's 13 and 1/2 minutes of everything we loved about television from the 1980's. Local news, big hair, clunky sets, cheesy commercials and Liz Bishop. Pure VHS heaven! Enjoy
I've lived in Schenectady my whole life and somethings are staple. The buildings, the monuments, and our radio & news stations. I was clicking around the internet when I found a crazy blast from the past from WRGB.
Ugh, so here it is, the end result of days of tension and up[set stomach. If you know me, you may know that for some reason I have an acute aversion to being on TV. I don't know what it is , I just always feel out of place in front of a camera. I suppose if I did it enough it would become second nature but for good or bad, I don't get asked to do it a lot. My friend Nick at Mohawk Honda however as
Mr. Food was a long standing local celebrity in the Albany area, getting his start on WRGB Channel 6 before becoming nationally famous. He was known for his catchphrase "ooh it's so good" and also as the orignator of the 'quick and easy cooking' concept. He'll be missed by many local television viewers.