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Old 12-23-2006, 01:45 PM   #76
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Yea Troi, I didn't think ABC would be much help. If you register with tvshowsondvd.com, you can request to have your favorite shows issued on DVD. I doubt there is much public interest in Mr. T & Tina, but at least that's one other thing you could do. Have you tried to contact UCLA film & TV archive? Perhaps you could place a classified ad on line or in a publication for people who seek rare TV shows. I think it's going to be difficult for you to find these episodes, I've given you all the suggestions I can think of. I guess no one here from Sitcoms Online has the episodes either, otherwise someone would have contacted you.
Thanks, Lee. How do I get in contact w/ UCLA again? I will try tvshowsondvd.com, too!
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Old 12-26-2006, 11:06 PM   #77
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Cool Good Luck, Troi Tribble

Good Luck, Troi Tribble.
Years ago, in the 1980s when I was searching for an old Tomorrow Show ep, I was directed to one place after another, to be lied to by idiots or know-nothings --one woman told me that all the tapes were erased. I knew that was a lie, because TV networks stopped doing that, by that time. The TV Museum in Chicago had all the eps. I haven't visited the one in Beverly Hills in years, so don't know if what I want is there.

I wouldn't mind seeing the show again. I only recall one bit, at the very end of one show where Mr T is flying around and around the room, with Susan Blanchard running around in circles under him. Maybe that was the anti-grav episode? I think he was proving that he could fly without the belt! I had that image in my mind, but had missed most of that ep, and was wondering what that was all about, for years!


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Thanks, Empress, but it's impossible for me to get to a TV museum, it's so far away from me!
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Why come here and LIE? You get that posters HOPES up knowing that whoever you are talking don't have sh*T-lol That statement just sounds like BullSH=-"I can' locate it"


I have Checking In and Park Place but I can'tl locate them either"
Look, you really are a moron. Not everyone started collecting 2 years ago like you and not everyone is anal retentive (look it up) and has everything catalogued like you. The person I'm talking about has been collecting for 30 years, going back to the 3/4 days. They are not very organized and many of their tapes are unlabeled. If you want, email me and you can contact them yourself and let them tell you. Then you can apologize to me, jackass.
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Old 01-02-2007, 03:27 AM   #80
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I also remember this show and have spent the last 30 years trying to forget it but to no avail. It haunts me still. Maybe I need psychiatric help.
As shows go it belongs in the "so bad it's good" category, everything about it was plain rotten but like a bad car wreck you couldn't look away.
Around the same time there was a show called Holmes & Yo-Yo which was almost as bad. Almost. But nothing could beat Tina. And nothing ever will.

She has a Holmes and YoYo episode as well.
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Old 01-02-2007, 03:31 AM   #81
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Thanks, Empress, but it's impossible for me to get to a TV museum, it's so far away from me!

New inventions they've come up with:


Cars, Trains, Planes. You'd be amazed at where they can get you to.
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Old 01-02-2007, 09:24 AM   #82
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Cars, Trains, Planes. You'd be amazed at where they can get you to.
LIKE it is SO easy for me to just spend so much money and just take off anywhere!
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LIKE it is SO easy for me to just spend so much money and just take off anywhere!

Uh, it's called taking a vacation. Sorry if you are that destitute that you can't swing one. Unless of course you are physically disabled, in which case I apologize for knocking you.
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Well, it doesn't have to be "Physically disabled", maybe some people have OTHER circumstances in their life which do NOT enable them to be as fortunate as you! Please show some compassion and understanding!
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Well, it doesn't have to be "Physically disabled", maybe some people have OTHER circumstances in their life which do NOT enable them to be as fortunate as you! Please show some compassion and understanding!


Look let me give you some advice, if you really want this show then you have to find a way to get it on your own. Simple as that. I would have never found the show, "Here and Now" and "The Sinbad Show" without being AGRESSIVE and CREATIVE. So if you want this show then u have to figure out a way to get it on your own instead of asking everyone else how can you get it. Remember, the things you really want in life you have to figure out on your own how to get it.
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Well, thanks, TV, but I don't know where to begin.
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Well, thanks, TV, but I don't know where to begin.

One of the main challenges of life, Wanting something and trying to come up with a way to get it
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One of the main challenges of life, Wanting something and trying to come up with a way to get it
Exactly. Or else you can sit and complain, woe is me. Let's see how well that works out for you. As I'm sure you know, TVResearcher, there are lots of people who want stuff handed to them without having to get off their asses and do some work. Sounds like this person fits that category.
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Exactly. Or else you can sit and complain, woe is me. Let's see how well that works out for you. As I'm sure you know, TVResearcher, there are lots of people who want stuff handed to them without having to get off their asses and do some work. Sounds like this person fits that category.
OR you can just come on this board just to be unnecessarily sarcastic and to flame me!

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Hey, Bencasey! Did anyone ever tell you that you're a jerk? Well, I'm doing it for them!
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