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Old 08-06-2001, 02:46 AM   #1
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Unhappy Early 90's Show, what the hell was it?

In 1992, there was a show about people living in a beachhouse. One time, supermodels, such as Kathy Ireland guest starred, and I think one guy fainted after seeing models come out of the shower. I know Fox had an island-based show called Whoops!, but I'm not sure
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"Down the Shore"? It ran for a couple of short seasons on Fox in the early 90s.
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It had "I Don't Wanna Go Home" as the theme song by Southside Johnny. After I hear that song when the show first came on Tv it became one of my favorite Tv Theme song. That was a great show to watch. My favorite episode is the one when everybody knew how to dance but Eddie so they made fun of him. So he whent to a dance class and pass after that he surprise his friends that he put himself in a dance contest with two girls he met in class. To make the long story short he won and made his friends jaws drop that he knew how to "get down".
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I remember WOOPS! too. That was a great show about only six people who survied the nuclear holocaust and the guy who start the show by tell what happen is a teacher who got saved by his Volvo at a fast food place. I wish FOX never took that one off I just hope some cable channel brings it comes back as reruns.
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I think that was Going Places, with Heather Locklear, Hallie Todd, Alan Ruck and Jerry Levine. It aired on ABC in the 1991-92 season.
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...Alan Kirschenbaum's "DOWN THE SHORE" (1992-'93), which was partially based on his own life, living near Belmar and that vicinity.

"GOING PLACES" was based in sunny California, and last just one season (1991-'92).

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...Alan Kirschenbaum's "DOWN THE SHORE" (1992-'93), which was partially based on his own life, living near Belmar and that vicinity.

"GOING PLACES" was based in sunny California, and last just one season (1991-'92).

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...Alan Kirschenbaum's "DOWN THE SHORE" (1992-'93), which was partially based on his own life, living near Belmar and that vicinity.

"GOING PLACES" was based in sunny California, and last just one season (1991-'92).


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I remember WOOPS! too. That was a great show about only six people who survied the nuclear holocaust and the guy who start the show by tell what happen is a teacher who got saved by his Volvo at a fast food place. I wish FOX never took that one off I just hope some cable channel brings it comes back as reruns.
Or a special DVD release. Other one-season or half-season shows have made it that far, which was great. Even make-on-demand, which has been done as well. 'Woops!" had 13 episodes (3 unaired)...

"Woops!" was hilarious and off-the-wall, while knowing it's silly and taking it all to the stratosphere. Well-written, well-acted, the critics never understood the nature of the farce (like "Gilligan's Island" only different).
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