[[folder:Film -- Live-action]]

->I don't have to tell you things are bad. Everybody knows things are bad. It's a depression. Everybody's out of work or scared of losing their job. The dollar buys a nickel's worth; banks are going bust; shopkeepers keep a gun under the counter; punks are running wild in the street, and there's nobody anywhere who seems to know what to do, and there's no end to it. We know the air is unfit to breathe and our food is unfit to eat. And we sit watching our [=TV=]s while some local newscaster tells us that today we had fifteen homicides and sixty-three violent crimes, as if that's the way it's supposed to be! We all know things are bad. ''Worse'' than bad; they're crazy.
-->-- '''Howard Beale''', ''Film/{{Network}}''


[[folder:Live-action TV]]

->So I paid for Cas for five nights up in the, uh, honeymoon suite. I told the manager, 'Do not disturb no matter what.' You know what he said to me? 'Yeah. Don't sweat it. Wanna buy some dope?' ''Dope''. We ought to stick around here, [[CompoundInterestTimeTravelGambit buy some stock in Microsoft.]]
-->-- '''Dean''', ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' ("The Song Remains the Same")



->''Everybody smoke\\
Use the pill and the dope\\
Educated fools\\
From uneducated schools\\
Pimping people is the rule\\
Polluted water in the pool\\
And [[UsefulNotes/RichardNixon Nixon]] talkin' 'bout '[[HeadInTheSandManagement don't worry]]'\\
He says 'don't worry[='=]''
-->--'''Curtis Mayfield''', "If There's Hell Below, We're All Going to Go"


[[folder:Newspaper comics]]

->'''Nixon''', wearing nightgown: What did you bring me for '72?\\
'''Santa Claus:''' More inflation. Higher unemployment. A stagnant economy. [[UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar The same old war.]] And a disastrous election campaign.\\
'''Nixon:''' ''({{wild take}})'' You call yourself Santa Claus?\\
'''Santa:''' And you call yourself President?
-->--'''Jules Feiffer''' political cartoon, 1971


[[folder:Web Original]]

->Now, let me tell you about the time [[Creator/JackNicholson Nicholson]] and I were, like those poor souls in Paris, targeted over a depiction of [[UsefulNotes/TheProphetMuhammad the Muslim prophet.]] Scary? YOU BET! Did we survive it? [[CrazyAwesome EVANS ALWAYS ESCAPES UNSCATHED.]] 1972. Creator/JaneFonda is the hottest star going, and yours truly had just signed her to a nic ne-picture musical deal. Fonda was high on peyote at the time and into Tunisian mysticism, and she demanded that her first picture be a musical in which she falls in love with Mohamed. And I said, ‘Baby! This won’t play in Kansas!’ But she just kept banging on her tamtam and insisting on the pic.\\\
So I get the wheels turning on ''KORAN YOU SEE THE LIGHT'' (book and songs penned by Sir Music/EltonJohn!), when suddenly Henry’s little girl is kidnapped and brainwashed (she brainwashes VERY easily) by a runaway sect known as the Bloody Hand. Well, at this point, Nicholson (who we signed [[AnswersToTheNameOfGod to play the prophet himself]]) is fed up. He puts on that Mohamed costume and, dragging poor Evans along, walks right into the Bloody Hand’s compound! And he says to the leader, ‘That’s right. I’m the prophet Mohamed. And right now, I’m seeing you handing the hippie girl over so that we can blow this joint and I can buy a tajine full of coke.’ And [[RefugeInAudacity they were so horribly offended that they froze!]] For, like, ten hours! And Irish just walks right out with Fonda and sends her to a Buddhist guru who re-brainwashes her! We ended up making ''{{Film/Barbarella}}'' instead.
-->--"'''[[http://deadspin.com/one-day-well-be-too-lazy-to-watch-football-1679448981 Robert Evans]]'''"

->The glam aesthetic that had defined the [[Creator/JonPertwee (Jon) Pertwee]] era was passing by. Always ill-suited for a recession, [[ConspicuousConsumption the over the top gaudiness]] of glam turned bleak rapidly, the distant and detached starmen proving, as we always knew they would, to be egocentric narcissists. In one sense, Pertwee here carries out the course set out for him two seasons earlier -- his very own Rock 'n Roll Suicide.
-->--'''Dr. Phil Sandifer''' [[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2011/09/be-childish-sometimes-planet-of-spiders.html on]] ''Series/DoctorWho'' ([[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS11E5PlanetofTheSpiders}} "Planet of the Spiders"]])

->And what better way to say, "''Kiss off'', 1970s!" than by mentioning roller disco. Yes, that mutated hybrid of disco dancing and the jogging/exercise craze, is one of two of the decade's most shameful, embarrassing developments--the other of course being UsefulNotes/JimmyCarter--so its prominence in the appropriately titled ''Roller Disco'', the two-part season opener for ''{{Series/CHiPs}}'', is nothing short of inspired.
-->--'''[[http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/66744/chips-season-3/ Paul Mavis]]'''

->You're kidding me, right? They made a sequel to ''Road House''? A movie so bad it actually killed [[TheEighties the 1980s?]] I'm serious, it KILLED a DECADE. How do you even do that? The only other movie I know that can make that claim is the movie that killed the 70s, ''{{Film/Moonraker}}.''
-->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]]''' [[http://www.spoonyexperiment.com/road-house-2/ on]] ''Film/RoadHouse 2''

->''"Ladies and gentlemen, I proudly present to you this film’s version of the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come. Or as I like to call him: '''[[GratuitousDiscoSequence THE DISCO PIMP OF CHRISTMAS FUTURE!]]'''"''
-->--'''''{{Website/Wrestlecrap}}''''' on ''An American Christmas Carol'' (1979), [[http://www.wrestlecrap.com/inductions/induction-an-american-christmas-carol-featuring-the-pimp-of-christmas-future/ "Sit on it, Marley!"]]

->''Inherent Vice'' hints that this terraforming project has moved beyond the physical realm, and that ''“the ancient forces of greed and fear”'' have begun an extensive remodeling on the nation’s psychological landscape. The American Dream [[EveryManHasHisPrice has been rezoned]].
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2015/01/28/non-review-review-inherent-vice/ Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Film/InherentVice''

->The pressures of a suffocating conformity, the escalating militarism of the Cold War and the sheer, jiLSD-25- shattered the staid rationalism of the Establishment and opened more Pandora's boxes than you can count.
-->--'''[[http://secretsunjr.blogspot.com/2012/12/the-delicious-subversion-of-burn-witch.html Christopher Loring Knowles]]'''

->This is the artificial world of 1970s dinner parties where the common man is trying to appear as conservative and as business class as possible by dolloping on the Marie Rose sauce and talking money and politics. It's the era of plastic -- [[StepfordSuburbia coffee makers, Tupperware, fake smiles]] and pretensions of being better than you are.
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/suburban-hell-written-by-alan-barnes.html Joe Ford]]'''

->From the flowing unisex garments, to all the half-naked waifish chicks, to the pointless quoting of Nietzsche, to all the big perms (on men!), to the cornucopia of half-assed stoner ideals, I can’t think of a movie [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece more dated in every aspect of its visual design and philosophy]].
-->-- '''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''s [[http://www.agonybooth.com/zardoz-1974-part-1-1827 recap]] of ''Film/{{Zardoz}}''

[[folder:Web Video]]

->[[RaisedByHumans I breast-fed a chimp.]] It was the seventies.
-->-- '''Stephanie [=LaFarge=]''', ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxQap9AAPOs Project Nim]]''

->I knew The Seventies were... [[ShapedLikeItself seventies]], but I didn't realise they were ''that'' seventies!
-->-- '''WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob'''

->Sheriff Whittaker arrives to investigate his missing shirt buttons. I'm pretty sure the standard shirt in the seventies had ''two'' maximum.
-->-- '''Creator/AllisonPregler''' on ''Moon of the Night''

->Yes, In case you thought ''[[Film/AnchormanTheLegendOfRonBurgundy Anchorman]]'' was a ''parody'' of the seventies, now you know: There was in fact a time when guys could plausibly say in public, 'Let me take you to Loveland"... I also like that they introduce themselves with their Zodiac sign before they even tell you their name. I mean, I know there was a running cliche about the VideoGame/{{Leisure Suit Larry}}s of the world using 'What's your sign?' as a pick-up line, I--I just didn't know [[PoesLaw that was a real thing that actually happened]].
-->-- '''WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows''', "One Hit Wonderland" ("[[http://blip.tv/todds-pop-song-reviews/one-hit-wonderland-float-on-6799817 Float On]]")


[[folder:Western Animation]]

->'''Homer:''' (''singing'') Boy, the way Music/TheBeeGees played...\\
'''Marge:''' (''singing'') Movies Creator/JohnTravolta made...\\
'''Homer:''' Guessing how much [[Music/ElvisPresley Elvis]] weighed...\\
'''Homer/Marge:''' (''in unison'') Those were the days.\\
'''Marge:''' And you knew where you were then...\\
'''Homer:''' Watching shows like ''Gentle Ben''...\\
'''Homer/Marge:''' Mister, we could use a man like Sheriff Lobo again.\\
'''Homer:''' Disco Duck and Music/FleetwoodMac...\\
'''Marge:''' Coming out of my eight-track...\\
'''Homer:''' Music/MichaelJackson still was black...\\
'''Homer/Marge:''' Those were the days.
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', "Lisa's Sax", spoofing [[Series/AllInTheFamily "Those Were the Days"]].


[[folder:Real Life]]

->I experimented with marijuana a time or two...[[LoopholeAbuse I didn't inhale]] and never tried it again.

->I said to my friend [[Creator/GoreVidal Gore]], 'I think I slept through {{the Sixties}},' and he said, 'You didn't miss a thing...but God knows what you are going to do with the Seventies.

->I feel the same way about {{disco}} as I do about herpes.

->I was doing nude scenes from the first moment I started doing movies. It was the era. I guess it’s even more so now. When I did ''Caligula'' it was ‘shock horror,’ ‘triple X,’ ‘only in porn cinemas’ – now ''Series/GameOfThrones'' is on at 8 o’clock at night, there it is, it is exactly what I did in ''Caligula''.

->We live in a very special time right now. At no other time in history has there been such mass disillusionment in terms of reliance on governing functions. Most people don’t want to come to terms with that. It’s been proven over and over again that the emperor isn’t wearing any clothes, but most people don’t like to look at naked emperors.
-->--'''Music/FrankZappa''', ''Oui'' interview (1979)

->In 1974, my junior year in high school, I was student council vice president and a member of the Honor Society. I was a [[TheCheerleader cheerleader]] and had once again come in runner up in the Miss North Myrtle Beach pageant. That summerI'd also been in the Sun Fun pageant but hadn't won that one either. I lost interest in Cary and fell in love with Jimmy Riddle, smoked pot for the first time and made my dramatic debut in our class production of ''A Portrait of Jenny''.
-->-- '''Vanna White'''