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Alan Thicke, RIP

Burbank, Calif.–Alan Thicke, an actor best known for playing beloved father Jason Seaver in the ‘80s sitcom “Growing Pains,” collapsed at a hockey rink here Dec. 14, and later later died of a heart attack. He was 69.

Thicke was obliquely referred to in a host segment in episode 213- GODZILLA VS. THE SEAMONSTER.

The L.A. Times has the story.

8 Replies to “Alan Thicke, RIP”

  1. As a child of the eighties I will always remember him as one the more congenial tv dads. He will be missed. Rest in peace.


  2. Lee says:

    Never seen Growing Pains. It must’ve been unpleasant for the rest of the cast to have to be around Kirk Cameron.

    Too bad that Alan Thicke’s gone.



  3. dakotaboy says:

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  4. Johnny's nonchalance says:

    Show me that smile again


  5. Goldbootz says:

    Input file not found.

    Don’t you mean “no input file specified”? This is, after all.


  6. well says:

    i guess that means the rights for godzilla v. sea monster will now clear up. alan was the one blocking our advancement, right?


  7. well says:

    Never seen Growing Pains.It must’ve been unpleasant for the rest of the cast to have to be around Kirk Cameron.

    i think he became insufferable later.

    hopefully Cameron wasn’t such a dillweed that early on.


  8. goalieboy82 says:

    Alan Thicke was Not Quite Human.


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