Hot Slut Of The Day!

October 13, 2016 / Posted by:

Buzz (as played by Buzz Belmondo) from Out Of This World!

Since every actor, producer, crew member, director, prop, costume piece, set piece and every thing else involved in the making of the 80s-90s syndicated television treasure Out Of This World deserves to be HSOTD several times over, today I’m honoring one of the show’s greatest and most random characters: Buzz! Buzz was the vaguely exotic butterfly of glamour who fluttered into a scene, dropped in some potent entertainment and bad one-liners, and then fluttered back out. He provided the show with some glamour relief.

For all four seasons of OOTW, Buzz Belmondo played Buzz, the manager of Beano’s Diet Clinic, the weight-loss center that Donna Garland’s brother, Uncle Beano, owned. Buzz’s hotness would instantly melt off the chunk from his clients’ bodies. Buzz looked like Patrick Duffy doing a bad impersonation of John Waters doing a bad impersonation of Ricky Ricardo. Buzz dressed like the maître d of Liberace’s mariachi-themed bar & grill and his accent brought out question marks from ears. It was supposed to be an unplaceable foreign accent. The 80s was all about unplaceable foreign accents. To me, it sounds like a person with a Spanish accent trying to do Balki Bartokomous’ accent.

In the clip below, skip to the 4:35 mark and prepare to pucker over all of the charisma that pours out of thee one and only Buzz!

There are 4,999,201,128 reasons to love OOTW and at the very top of that list is Buzz’s name and right under that is his exquistely-crafted Sharpie stache. Viva Buzz (and his Sharpie stache), now and forever!

Pic: Buzz-Belmondo

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