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    Alan Thicke

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    R.I.P. I bet his son is devastated

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    I am shocked, didn't expect this at all. RIP
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    and the poor son!!! Rest in Peace.
    and 2016? EIGHTEEN days to go, you louse.
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    Just saw this on the news. I remember him most from his short-lived talk show - too sanitized for our protection to last.
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    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/new...-was-69-955994 Growing Pains was another popular family sitcom, debuting in 1985 and running until 1992. Alan Thicke played Dr. Jason Seaver, but here is a picture of him from years before when he was best known as the host of Thicke of the Night.

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    Poor kid. Having to watch his Dad die that way. RIP.
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    RIP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/new...-was-69-955994 Growing Pains was another popular family sitcom, debuting in 1985 and running until 1992. Alan Thicke played Dr. Jason Seaver, but here is a picture of him from years before when he was best known as the host of Thicke of the Night.
    Yeah, that thing.
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    OMG! That is AWFUL having to watch your father die. Poor kid.


    As far as "Thicke Of The Night", the only memorable thing about that show was when Rick Nelson (a badly-aged 42-year-old Rick Nelson) appeared on that show in '82 along with "Weepy" The latter entertainer made jokes about Rick's songs all during the time Rick was on there.
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    He actually died in the hospital, my friend sent me a message last night just as the news broke and I was already in bed. Sad that his son is going to remember this each time he plays hockey.
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    ​RIP Mr. Seaver....2016 needs to go already....

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    I remember "The Thicke of the Night." This one was really a surprise.
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    Grew up on Growing Pains....
    So very sad!

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    It's just so weird... my last job (that I quit a couple months ago) took 45 minutes of driving, so of course I listened to the radio... Thicke was on there all the time doing commercials for IRS tax relief. Would never have believed he would be gone so suddenly. He had a very distinctive voice too.
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    Sexy as all get out. New Years, Eve won't be the same....almost don't want to stay up
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    Cause of death was ruptured aorta ala John Ritter

    http://www.tmz.com/2016/12/21/alan-t...h-certificate/
    Last edited by cash; 12-21-2016 at 06:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cash View Post
    Cause of death was ruptured aorta ala John Ritter

    http://www.tmz.com/2016/12/21/alan-t...h-certificate/
    Wow. SO rare too.


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    another estate fight between the kids and the last wife

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    How did I miss this? I had no idea he had died last year. RIP. I loved watching Growing Pains growing up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangitbawb View Post
    It's just so weird... my last job (that I quit a couple months ago) took 45 minutes of driving, so of course I listened to the radio... Thicke was on there all the time doing commercials for IRS tax relief. Would never have believed he would be gone so suddenly. He had a very distinctive voice too.
    Yes. I loved those ads. Made the IRS sound like the Mafia and Satan all in one. "They'll eat your dog! They'll sell your grandma! They'll burn down your yacht! Please- do not f$%ck with the IRS!"

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    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3neo1q
    Celebrity Wife Swap USA S02E03 Gilbert Gottfried and Alan Thicke and his gold-digger wife


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