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Old 07-24-2019, 10:37 PM   #46
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My Name Is Earl really got the shaft both in syndication and never receiving a proper send off.

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Old 08-01-2019, 12:18 PM   #47
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I think these shows are awful.

Leave it to Beaver (A very corny and overrated sitcom)
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Plus all of the newer sitcoms of today are stupid.
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Although she was portrayed as a big nerd, I actually thought Carol Seaver was a hot young lady from seasons 2-4, especially when she wore her glasses.

I'm talking about real time in 1987 obviously, I'm not a perv.
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The Princess Bride (directed by Rob Reiner and produced by Norman Lear) is much better than All of the Family or any other sitcom created by Lear. Princess Bride definitely has a fan base, but probably not too many fans from this site.
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I think these shows are awful.

Leave it to Beaver (A very corny and overrated sitcom)
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Plus all of the newer sitcoms of today are stupid.
Mostly agree with you, but The Golden Girls is hilarious. Especially the early Susan Harris penned episodes.
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The Princess Bride (directed by Rob Reiner and produced by Norman Lear) is much better than All of the Family or any other sitcom created by Lear. Princess Bride definitely has a fan base, but probably not too many fans from this site.
To me, comparing AITF or any other Norman Lear/Bud Yorkin sitcoms to The Princess Bride is unfair. It's a movie set in midevil times against a sitcom set in the 1970's, despite the obvious tie in with Norman Lear and Rob Reiner. Apples to oranges at best.

That being said, count me as a big The Princess Bride fan, catsrule. Great movie!
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I agree, I thought he freshened up the show a bit after seasons five and six. I'd also add that it's too bad they didn't find him way sooner and and cast him as Ben because he's a way better actor than Jeremy Miller and they could've did more with his character when he got older. Miller was okay when he was very young, but he did not have the ability to carry an episode when he got older.

Seasons 1-4 are by far the best seasons in my opinion, though.

I also agree that Ashley Johnson added nothing to the show, but I do kinda like the episode where she imagines all the fun everyone has downstairs after she goes to bed.
I like Ashley Johnson and the character of Chrissy. I thought Jeremy Miller was a fine actor throughout the show and I didn't think Leo as Luke was necessary although I did like him.
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Little House on the Prairie is overrated, and many of the episodes/storylines really shouldn't qualify it as a show all ages can watch.
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My Name Is Earl really got the shaft both in syndication and never receiving a proper send off.
But the show was awful.
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The season where he was in prison and in a coma was bad but it was just getting better when it was canceled.
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I like the later years of MASH much better than the funny early years, especially after Alan Alda took over and started shoving his politics down our throat...ha ha, just kidding!
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The Vincent D'Onofrio episodes of Law and Order: Criminal Intent are much better than Special Victims Unit (SVU) ever was.
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Barney Miller is lame

I despise Bewitched

My Mother the Car is a great show
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Alan Alda is the worst part about MASH, hes an annoying actor and Klinger was a total jerk as a character. Too bad hes the main character, hes the only part about the show I cant stand!
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Probably the most unpopular opinion on this board – I love westerns! Prefer them to most sitcoms.
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