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Old 02-19-2017, 07:42 AM   #31
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Mine would be Meg Griffin from Family Guy. Meg moves out west to California to attend college and meets her grade school sweetheart. She would have adventures with her new boyfriend and his sister as well as other students while enjoying the California lifestyle.
Another would be Hayley Smith from American Dad. She would go off to College while trying to reconnect her hippie beliefs. She would have new roommates and teachers.

I totally agree with both ideas
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most all of these spinoffs most likely would have been flops

track records show that supporting characters just dont cut the mustard when they get their own show

most spinoffs fail


Totally agree. Although my one exception would be.....

Farrah Fawcett
Loni Anderson
Barbara Eden
Donna Douglas
Adrienne Barbeau
Christina Applegate
Catherine Bell
Crystal Bernard
Teri Copley
Sally Field
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Lori Loughlin
Catherine Oxenberg
Markie Post
Victoria Principal
Susanne Somers
Tiffini Amber Thiessen

all as Playboy Bunnies aspiring to be centerfolds.

OK, you can throw in Bea Arthur as house mother for comic relief.

And it has to be on cable.

And I'm the scriptwriter.
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Old 09-17-2017, 03:38 AM   #33
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Niles and daphne from Frasier

Kramer from Seinfeld

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The TV station from Full House
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Nope. It would have to be The Tortelli's for sure.
They had their own show and it was horrendous. Fraiser was much better.
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I would have loved to have seen an Eastland spin-off with the four Lost Girls from The Facts of Life: Molly Ringwald, Julie Anne Haddock, Julie Piekarski, and Felice Schachter. Shows could have focused on the classroom, since The Facts of Life rarely even showed a classroom. It could have been a bit more like Head of the Class or Welcome Back Kotter in that sense, actually taking place at a school, rather than a school cafeteria and kitchen.
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Robert from "Everybody Loves Raymond"

Oh, gosh! He was the funniest part of that show. That would have made a good spin-off!
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Gary Seven, from the Star Trek episode, "Assignment: Earth".

I think that episode was kind of a stealth pilot that never got off the ground.
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