It Came From YouTube: Roddy Piper and Capt. Lou Albano on Hollywood Squares (including a musical number!)

5 Submitted by on Wed, 29 May 2013, 18:57

Crapper Little Louie P (AKA: The Doctor Of Style) found this and writes:

To promote their new movie, Wrestlecrap inductee Body Slam, Capt. Lou & Roddy Piper tagged up to serve as one of the squares on game show Hollywood Squares. The contestant wisely ignored the advice they gave her. Most amazing is the credibility-shedding Shirley Temple musical number (and baby bonnets) Lou & Roddy put on, with what sounds like my gramma playing piano.

I agree with the host: “That was really just precious.”

Fantastic!

Thanks for the submission, Little Louie P.

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5 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Roddy Piper and Capt. Lou Albano on Hollywood Squares (including a musical number!)"
  1. AlexK says:

    I feel like a Hollywood Squares post isn’t complete without “YOU FOOL!”

    YOU FOOL!

  2. John says:

    What dumb answers everyone knows that Deep Throat is the most romantic movie ever made and I think some gentleman named Paul Levesque was the ambassador in Chyna.

  3. The Doctor of Style says:

    I also like how Capt. Lou made sure to mention Body Slam was “a Helmdale Production,” as if anyone cared about the production team.

    • Paul R. from SpookCentral.tk says:

      Actually, helmdale was a production *company*. Not that it matters anyway anymore seeing as how they’ve been out of business for many years.

  4. Paul R. from SpookCentral.tk says:

    I used to watch the John Davidson version of the Hollywood Squares every weeknight with my father back in the 1980s. I think it was on at 7:30 pm on ABC, right after Entertainment Tonight (back when it was an entertainment news show and not a tabloid).

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