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Old 06-06-2006, 06:34 PM   #76
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SMALL WONDER... THE SHOW ABOUT THE GUY WHO MAKES A ROBOT DAUGHTER...SUCKED!!

I AGREE. JUST BY EVEN WATCHING THE OPENING CREDITS MADE ME WANNA HURL WHEN I WATCH THIS SHOW.
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Old 06-06-2006, 07:07 PM   #78
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That's not a one year wonder. It lasted 4 years.
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Old 08-16-2006, 07:14 PM   #79
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That's not a one year wonder. It lasted 4 years.

Shocked that it did. I was five when this show premiered and help me jesus, I loved it.

Anyhoo, worst one year wonder shows:

Homeboys in Outer Space: Someone was on serious crack to come up with the concept.

That show about Lincoln's Black bulter: Can't think of the title but crap like this isn't funny, it made me want to reach through the T.V and slap the hell out of Chi McBride.

Whoopi: Totally unbelieveable that her straight laced brother would date a "wannabe" ghetto white girl. The Middle Eastern jokes ran it's course and her Bush bashing was totally wrong at the time(didn't this show premiered a few months after 9/11, a time where everybody LOVED Bush?).

Guys Like Us: Bumper Robinson is the kiss of death when it comes to T.V sitcoms.

Minor Adjustments: How did this EVER slip on T.V? That kid's voice was annoying as hell.

That 80's Show: What the hell? This show was clearly about the eighties, like how many eighties trivia can we fit in a 24 minute show? Why didn't they follow The Wonder Years, a show about a family who just HAPPENED to live in the late 60's? BTW: That bisexual character played by one of the sweet valley high twins was sooo typical, thank god for The L Word!
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..."Lincoln's black butler" starring Chi McBride was the infamous and VERY short-lived, "THE SECRET DIARY OF DESMOND PFEIFFER".

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"The Wonder Years". god; that was HORRIBLE!!!

and "THE NEW MUNTSERS".

no, wait, I just thought of another one: the 1980 remake of YOU BET YOUR LIFE that starred Buddy Hackett
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the wonder years was a one hit wonder? thats news to me.
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Maybe he means "Small Wonder."
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Ugh, that's what it was, whatever it was called it still shouldn't have been on T.V, that stuff made me hurl.
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Maybe he means "Small Wonder."

Well that lasted like 4 years too lol.
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A tie between Captain Nice, and It's About Time. Those shows just never did anything for me.
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I'd have to say THE FIGHTING NIGHTINGALES, which was a short-lived spinoff of MASH that only had 1 episode, on CBS in 1976. It had the same setting as MASH but it focused on a group of nurses. CBS even showed it right after MASH hoping lightning would strike twice, but it didn't.

Also DELTA HOUSE which was a TV version of the movie NATIONAL LAMPOONS ANIMAL HOUSE which was-and still is-HILARIOUS!
It had some of the same cast and writers as the movie, but it just wasn't the same, in fact it was STUPID!

Also, THE NEW ODD COUPLE, a short-lived attempt to recast THE ODD COUPLE with a mostly black cast. It probably wouldn't have been that bad, exept most of the episodes were remakes of the Ranndall/Klugman show. (I read recently, they did that because of a writers strike)
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I'd have to say THE FIGHTING NIGHTINGALES, which was a short-lived spinoff of MASH that only had 1 episode, on CBS in 1976. It had the same setting as MASH but it focused on a group of nurses. CBS even showed it right after MASH hoping lightning would strike twice, but it didn't.

Also DELTA HOUSE which was a TV version of the movie NATIONAL LAMPOONS ANIMAL HOUSE which was-and still is-HILARIOUS!
It had some of the same cast and writers as the movie, but it just wasn't the same, in fact it was STUPID!

Also, THE NEW ODD COUPLE, a short-lived attempt to recast THE ODD COUPLE with a mostly black cast. It probably wouldn't have been that bad, exept most of the episodes were remakes of the Ranndall/Klugman show. (I read recently, they did that because of a writers strike)
believe it or not i kind of liked delta house
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