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Bernie_Lomax

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Who do you think is the biggest dork in the 80's?

My vote is for Cliff (Wease), although all three of these guys are major contenders:

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Johnny Roarke is reckless
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Maybe a little bit more cheezy, but how about Melvin from The Toxic Avenger before he turns
in to.. er, well.. the toxic avenger ! [Big Grin]

(okay, so it's probably waaaay more cheezy than what this thread was intended for.. but Melvin
may very well be the best over-the-top stereo-type of all 80's dorks)

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My vote is gonna have to go to the character of Louis Tully played Brilliantly by Rick Moranis in both Ghostbusters movies.

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Bernie_Lomax

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I have not seen The Toxic Avenger? Am I missing out?

"Alright, who brought the dog?" Tully is a great choice. You can't get much more pathetic than him. Mind you he does manage to pull a few people to his party. Complete losers as well. Well apart from the blonde.

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kevdugp73
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George McFly...before he became calm, cool, and collecte!
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I'll second the George McFly nomination!!

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Crispin rules!
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Victor/9 inch(Brian peck)in The Last American Virgin.
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