You guys, I freaking HAVE this thing. Mom, if you can please ransack the basement and find Wicket for me, I'll be eBaying him directly.
The Princess Diana Paper Doll, which I'm pretty sure my cousin, Jennie, had way back when. Also, I'm pretty sure I spent waaaaaaaay too much time trying to decide which of her paper gowns was the prettiest.Okay, this is a little weird. This is a Barbie Lucy doll, which...makes my head hurt. Barbie is supposed to be graceful and beautiful, with perfect hair and make up. This Barbie as Lucy is maniacal at best. Also, it looks like she's getting ready for her annual pap and pelvic exam.
Kate and Groucho - you guys it's the original TV Guide with Groucho Marx! Sorry, was that too much geek? I'll dial it back a notch.
I didn't recognize this character, but it made me laugh out loud to see her tag line, "Honey West, TV Private Eye-Full". Who thought this stuff up?
Flintstone figures in which Betty and Wilma are completely interchangeable, the only difference being the different colors their dresses and hair are painted.
An original piece of art doodled on by all these famous artists and then signed - see finger-shaped object at bottom obscuring the signatures.
Don't remember this guy but his name is so quintessentially American Hero-sounding. He is clearly Brock Samson's great-grandfather.
The 25th Anniversary Care Bear. I totally had one of these and I know my cousin Jennie did too...in fact, she had the awesome spin-off animals, too. Man was I jealous.
Finally, we had seen all there was to see of the pop-culture mecca of the East Coast and checked into our room at the Hilton. I had requested that our room face the stadium and lo and behold:
Next up - the National Aquarium! I know you can't wait to see all the fish and snakes and lizards and sharks, right? Right? Yeah, yeah, looking at someone else's vacation pics isn't always fun but at least you're not sitting through slides. Be grateful.