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This is the first time they've reunited since his death.
The gifts of 2016 weren't sweetly wrapped in chic silver bows beneath a popcorn-trimmed tree. Rather its gifts were hiding under piles of muck, mire, and metaphorical dirty diapers. 2016 made us work for its rewards; an ongoing dichotomy. Low meeting high. Pain meeting beauty. Injustice meeting a renewed fervour for truth.
The teen was reportedly playing hockey with his dad when Alan suffered a heart attack.
"That's the prime minister of Canada!"
"I’d like to see that show in a time capsule where it is in re-runs, viewed nostalgically and appreciated for the time it represents."
"Tell them homework is for cowards. Don't bother with it."
Let's just say there were some growing pains transitioning into reality TV.
In a clip from Alan Thicke's new, horrifically named reality show, "Unsually Thicke," the famed TV dad's real-life son Carter
Most of the TV-viewing public knows Canadian actor Alan Thicke as Dr. Seaver from "Growing Pains." As of late, he's come
All penis jokes aside, "Thicke" skin is a must to be part of this family. "Unusually Thicke" is a reality show with a sitcom