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Old 05-18-2014, 03:51 PM   #211
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We Are Men from 2013. TERRIBLE
i saw that show too it was not very good
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The worst: Work It. A terrible 2012 ABC sitcom. Essentially a Bosom Buddies redux. Pure trash!
And you know a show is bad when the pre-recorded laugh track stands apart from the real audience laughter which I'm assuming was very little so the sound engineers had to work their magic to make it seem that there are more than five people laughing.
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Condo was funny, poor McLean Stevenson just couldn't catch a break.
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His decision to leave "M*A*S*H" was the American television equivalent of Dick Rowe at Decca Records turning down the Beatles.
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i agree about condo it was awful i do haave 1 ep yhat i recieved as a bonus when i bought a bootleg hello larry set from i offer and it was still yuck
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i did not ever see that show when it first aired was it really that bad ?
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The Family Tools from 2012-13 season. TERRRIBLE!!!!!!

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His decision to leave "M*A*S*H" was the American television equivalent of Dick Rowe at Decca Records turning down the Beatles.
And while I don't know about Dick Rowe, it's pretty obvious McLean Stevenson regretted his decision as early as 1981, when he was interviewed for a M*A*S*H book.
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And while I don't know about Dick Rowe, it's pretty obvious McLean Stevenson regretted his decision as early as 1981, when he was interviewed for a M*A*S*H book.
Rowe famously said to Brian Epstein about the Beatles, "We don't like their sound. These boys won't make it. Electric guitar groups are on the way out." A reporter who learned that the Decca Records executive turned down the Beatles said to John Lennon in 1963, "He must be kicking himself now." Lennon replied, "I hope he kicks himself to death!"

But Rowe did sign another group to Decca, which worked out okay for the label, a band you've probably never heard of . . . the Rolling Stones.
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Rowe famously said to Brian Epstein about the Beatles, "We don't like their sound. These boys won't make it. Electric guitar groups are on the way out." A reporter who learned that the Decca Records executive turned down the Beatles said to John Lennon in 1963, "He must be kicking himself now." Lennon replied, "I hope he kicks himself to death!"

But Rowe did sign another group to Decca, which worked out okay for the label, a band you've probably never heard of . . . the Rolling Stones.
Yeah, I mighta heard of them.
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Mulaney - Hands down one of the worst sitcoms I ever saw. Atrocious
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"The New Odd Couple" was ehh! to me. Nothing too terrible, not all that great either.
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