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Old 07-08-2009, 04:06 AM   #91
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It was actually 2 seasons, but I have to mention The Bronx Zoo. I keep posting on Shout Factory every few months to convince them into releasing a DVD set of it. I last saw it on TV Land back in 1999.
i hope they do relase bronx zoo on dvd i really enjoyed that show
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Old 02-25-2016, 01:42 AM   #93
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Square Pegs
Voyagers
The People Next Door(Starred Jeffrey Jones, co created by Wes Craven)
Automan(Desi Arnez Jr)
Wizards and Warriors
It's Your Move(Jason Bateman)
Angie(1979)
The Phoenix(1981)
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Tales of the Gold Monkey
Freaks and Geeks
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G vs E
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Police Squad!
Whiz Kids
Misfits of Science
Fernwood 2 Night
Call To Glory
Werewolf
Madame's Place
Man from Atlantis
The Righteous Apples
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Invasion

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Thanks for the link!

Still need to pick up the new release of the complete series.
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Square Pegs
Voyagers
The People Next Door(Starred Jeffrey Jones, co created by Wes Craven)
Automan(Desi Arnez Jr)
Wizards and Warriors
It's Your Move(Jason Bateman)
The Phoenix(1981)
The Powers of Matthew Star
Tales of the Gold Monkey
Freaks and Geeks
The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.
Mr Merlin
Day By Day
G vs E
Max Headroom
E/R(the 80's sitcom with George Clooney)
Police Squad!
Whiz Kids
Misfits of Science
Fernwood 2 Night
Call To Glory
Werewolf
Madame's Place
Man from Atlantis
The Righteous Apples
V
Earth II
Invasion

Updated to remove Get A Life (always forget that ran more than 1 season, thanks to plaidman76 for pointing that out )

And to add (since I've since gotten to see them in their entirety thanks to their DVD releases):

Good Morning World
Gidget
My Mother The Car
Quark (though it didn't run a full season)

Edited again, to remove Angie (thanks Retro!)

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Actually 2 seasons, but only 20-25 episodes, but I liked Adam Arkin's "Bustin' Loose" back in the mid-70s. You have to wonder how some shows would have done if they weren't lost in the 70s sitcom avalanche.
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Fairly sure that "Angie" ran two seasons...Feb. 1979 to Sept. 1980...a season and a half, really.
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Fairly sure that "Angie" ran two seasons...Feb. 1979 to Sept. 1980...a season and a half, really.

Just checked, it did. Dang these shows.
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The Magician and Blacke's Magic. You might note a theme there.
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The Magician and Blacke's Magic. You might note a theme there.

Have you seen the British series Jonathan Creek? Creek, who designs all of the tricks and illusions for a magician, helps a true crime writer solve seemingly impossible mysteries.
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Have you seen the British series Jonathan Creek? Creek, who designs all of the tricks and illusions for a magician, helps a true crime writer solve seemingly impossible mysteries.

No, truthfully I haven't even heard of it. The only current magic show I watch isn't scripted per se, it's Penn and Teller: Fool Us.
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No, truthfully I haven't even heard of it. The only current magic show I watch isn't scripted per se, it's Penn and Teller: Fool Us.

I haven't watched that one, though I do like Penn and Teller, love their movie Penn and Teller Get Killed.
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Just checked, it did. Dang these shows.


NP, I remember because I watched it in its original run and really liked it. One of the forgotten gems. Donna Pescow had a MTM quality that I liked; too bad she didn't have more TV success.
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I loved Mary-Kate and Ashley's Full House follow up named Two Of A Kind as well as the show they did in 2001-2002 named So Little Time. Another show that I thought was good was named Working Class which was a CMT original starring comedy actress Melissa Peterman who is now a main character on the show named Baby Daddy.

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