Let's wrap up this odd bit of 70s detritus. The last quarter of any mag is usually a dud, and this one is no exception, with lots of house ads and stars on the decline. Speaking of which, here's a few spreads on the plummeting Bay City Rollers, including Pat and Ian, the saddest Rollers who were only in the group for a few months:
What could be more beguiling than Shaun on an op-art background? You decide:
On the left, some facts about Leigh! You CAN meet him! As for me, since they don't include his last name, I have no idea who he is:
Also on the left page, above, a weird last gasp for the Brady Kids and the DeFranco family. This was the end of the road for all of them. Next, a little bit of Scott Baio worship:
Willie Ames, the cutest Eight is Enough boy talks about girls:
That Charlie's Angels shirt is way, way better than the retro fakes which cropped up in the 90s. Finally, some more Donny and Marie, because too much is never enough, and full-face Leif:
The back cover, terrible pics of Marie and Donny:
That was fun! I don't think I'll scan a whole magazine again anytime soon; too much work. But I've got plenty of other garbage to scan, so stay tuned.