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05-21-2001, 08:59 PM
Do you remember the first episode you watched one of your favorite shows. I still know mine. It was on Gilligan's Island when a typhoon was coming to the island and Gilligan turned into a radio. That episode was very funny. http://www.sitcomsonline.com/ubb/smile.gif
05-21-2001, 10:30 PM
Gee, it's been so long I can't remember the first Lucy episode I saw. Actually I think it was an episode of the Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour.
I do remember the first Jeannie I saw. It was the wedding episode, one of the worst of the series (in my opinion). But it must not have been that bad because I love the show.
05-22-2001, 02:15 AM
the first ever episode i saw of Gilligans ISland was where They went to the mad scientists castle,,,
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05-22-2001, 02:10 PM
I do like FOL more than I Love Lucy, but it was the ep where Lucy was watching Rickie perform @ his club and there was a heart on the wall that said 'I Love Lucy'.
I can't remember what this ep was about. Could someone help me out here.
FOL... It was the ep where Tootie saw the IQ scores. Was this on called 'IQ'? Help is needed here to.
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05-22-2001, 07:59 PM
The first episode of THree's Company had Janet telling Chrissy she needed money, and then Chrissy saying if she was their she would go to a friend, borrow money, and give it to Janet. Can anyone help me out? Please, help me, it's driving me crazy.
Janet(talking about buying Roper's car): Chrissy, it's the answer to ourprayers.
Chrissy:That's not true. Nobody prayed.
Janet:Okay, then let's start. Please, God, make Chrissy change her mind.
Jack: Or better yet give her one!
The first time I saw FOL wasin SGN's Christmas Marathon it was Christmas in the Big House Natalie had a problem with a Check Book
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