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Old 05-20-2006, 12:34 PM   #31
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A legal Drama that aired on Lifetime
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Old 05-20-2006, 04:24 PM   #33
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Probably "Mr. Merlin" from the 1981-82 season.
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Old 05-20-2006, 09:03 PM   #34
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I actually live in Schaumburg, the same town you live in. We talked about this before remember? I graduated from Schaumburg High School in 1994.

Oh CRAP! LMAO!

I remembered talking to someone about it before, a looooong time ago, but I couldn't recall who.

This means we literally DO have a really big chance of crossing paths...

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Oh CRAP! LMAO!

I remembered talking to someone about it before, a looooong time ago, but I couldn't recall who.

This means we literally DO have a really big chance of crossing paths...

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For some reason I decided to watch this last year (mostly because of Lonni Anderson ) but I saw The Mullets and it was awful.

I agree! About the only good thing about that show was that the father had a job as a game show host! Othewise, time to trim the Mullets!

Whoopi - This show proved that Whoopi was on her last legs as a washed-up has-beene.

Coupling - It worked in England, but here, (Family Feud buzzer plays) it didn't have a whale of a chance at all! No one barely even noticed this turkey!

Joanie Loves Chachi - easily the worst Happy Days spin-off of all! However, the funny thing about this show is that it's number 1 in Korea as Chachi in Korean means something about something that I won't get into on here!
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I agree! About the only good thing about that show was that the father had a job as a game show host! Othewise, time to trim the Mullets!

Whoopi - This show proved that Whoopi was on her last legs as a washed-up has-beene.

Coupling - It worked in England, but here, (Family Feud buzzer plays) it didn't have a whale of a chance at all! No one barely even noticed this turkey!

Joanie Loves Chachi - easily the worst Happy Days spin-off of all! However, the funny thing about this show is that it's number 1 in Korea as Chachi in Korean means something about something that I won't get into on here!



Mork and Mindy was the Worst Happy Days Spinoff
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Whoopi - This show proved that Whoopi was on her last legs as a washed-up has-been.


That sitcom was Whoopi's attempt to do an inverted "All In the Family"-type show with a Bush-bashing Archie Bunker-type character played by Whoopi. But the idea of Bush as a hopeless idiot was one not shared by 71 percent of the American people at the time, and NBC buried it on Tuesday nights opposite "American Idol" to make sure it tanked. . . and to keep Karl Rove from seeing it and having the FCC go after them!
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That sitcom was Whoopi's attempt to do an inverted "All In the Family"-type show with a Bush-bashing Archie Bunker-type character played by Whoopi. But the idea of Bush as a hopeless idiot was one not shared by 71 percent of the American people at the time, and NBC buried it on Tuesday nights opposite "American Idol" to make sure it tanked. . . and to keep Karl Rove from seeing it and having the FCC go after them!

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Mork and Mindy was the Worst Happy Days Spinoff

What made you think that?
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..."YOU TAKE THE KIDS", a domestic comedy Nell Carter fronted on CBS Saturday nights from December 1990 through January 1991. It was supposed to be HER version of "ROSEANNE", but it was....well, terrible. There were six episodes taped (including a Christmas show!), but the last one was never shown, as CBS presented special coverage of the first Iraq war instead. Now that I think about it, I think that was more entertaining than her show.


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..."YOU TAKE THE KIDS", a domestic comedy Nell Carter fronted on CBS Saturday nights from December 1990 through January 1991. It was supposed to be HER version of "ROSEANNE", but it was....well, terrible. There were six episodes taped (including a Christmas show!), but the last one was never shown, as CBS presented special coverage of the first Iraq war instead. Now that I think about it, I think that was more entertaining than her show.





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