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Old 04-25-2002, 05:54 PM   #46
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Nurses (1991-1994)
The Five Mrs. Buchannens (1995?)
Life With Roger (1996-1997)
Can't Hurry Love (1995?)
Cafe Americain (1992?)
Teen Angel (1998?)

I know they weren't very popular shows, but I personally thought they were far funnier than Friends, Frasier, and some of the other more popular 1990's sitcoms.
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Old 04-27-2002, 05:37 AM   #47
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yeh i remember that show so well.I used to watch every time it was on.I too miss it.
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Old 06-30-2002, 02:33 AM   #48
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Swans Crossing (kinda funny though officialy a drama, like ALly mcBeal today), and it launched Sarah Gellar's career..ironically Kristy Swanson had just originated..yup. BUFFY BTHE VAMPIRE SLAYER at that time.(1992)


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Well I really liked The Fighting Fitzgeralds, it was laugh out loud kind of comedy, but unfortunaly it couldn't hold an audience. It was a mid season replacement last season.

Oh Grow Up, that was a funny show to I beleive it only lasted 6 episodes on ABC. But I think if they would have kept it they wouldn't be in the runt they are now. It was the kind of show that would grow on you.

There was an old the WB sitcom called Kirk starring Kirk Cameron, the was a pretty good show.
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Old 07-03-2002, 05:53 PM   #50
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This show with Steve Harvey could have been great but they cancelled after one season... but that is okay because he got his own award winning show only a couple years later. Also, what about "On Our Own" with all the Smollet children that show could have turned out to be great!!
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I'll add some more
Fast times at Ridgemont High (my fave TV Honey Courtney Thorne Smith rehashed Jennifer Jason leigh's Stacey character from that film)
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Gidget
Smothers Brothers Show (NOT the controversial but funny 1967-69 CBS show BUT the black and white one with Tom as a guardian angel)
Gilligan's Island 91964-67
The orgiginal Top Cat and JEtsons; hell too many cartoons then had short lives.
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Three shows I can remember are: Our House, Freaks and Geeks, and Life With Roger.
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Maniac Mansion is another show I remembered.
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Old 08-01-2002, 12:29 PM   #54
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I'd have to say "Fernwood 2night" 1977 and "The Betty White Show" 1977-78, and "The Munsters Today" 1988-91, "The New Leave it to Beaver" 1985-89, "The New Gidget" ???-???.
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Freaks And Geeks

Movie Stars

Two Of A Kind

Saved By The Bell: The College Years

The Torkelsons

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Like the Statler Brothers sing, do you remember these?

The Brady Brides (1981, NBC)
The Bradys (1990, CBS)
Our House (1986-1988, NBC)
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1. The Tortelli's
2. The Oblongs
3. Clerks
4. Family Guy
5. Greg the Bunny
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I wonder why shows get cancelled so quick these days. If it isn't a hit immediatly, it gets cancelled. 'Married with Children' and 'happy Days' weren't instant hits either, but at least these shows got a second chance -and I'm glad they did!-
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HOw bout the show......FLO



Alice rulz,,,,,,,,,la la la la laaaaaaaaa
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The TBS original sitcoms.

"Down to Earth"
"Safe at Home"
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