Here's part three of the superfab Tiger Beat Super Special from 1977. I think this is a cool snapshot of a very specific moment of pop culture.
Here's the foxy and wholesome Eight is Enough gals. Most of them had fairly bad careers after this:
Some fairly uninteresting questions, but I do like the declaration "I'm hooked on Shaun Cassidy but good!":
Too, too much information about Captain and Tennille:
They were such huge superstars for such a short period of time! Note the little thing on upcoming new show Three's Company:
Greg Evigan would have to wait a couple of years for it to be his "year at the top" with BJ and the Bear, but he's had a busy, busy career ever since. Next, what does Grant Goodeve like in a girl? The answers are boilerplate Tiger Beat standard:
This is the most poignant part of the mag, the end of the line for the Bay City Rollers, pared down to only two original members:
Poor Les misses the Rollers' good old days, when they were popular:
Stay tuned for the final part, with more wistful Bay City Rollers nostalgia, Willie Ames, more Donny and Marie and Leif!