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eddstarr
thecrow174 wrote :

Kenan and Kel

I get thirsty for orange soda everytime I see this.
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You're not the only one. I remember when Orange Crush really, really, really tasted Great!


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Mr Magic
That was always fun to say lol.

Everybody loves ALF.

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eddstarr
thecrow174 wrote :

That was always fun to say lol.

Everybody loves ALF.

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Hey!!! No fair, you're always grabbing all the good sitcoms.

Well I'm gonna post "Night Court".  So There!  

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Jrs1991
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eddstarr
Jrs1991 wrote :

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LMFAO!!!    That's Brilliant - Made my Day!
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Mr Magic
@edd:

First come, first serve. I'll never call those guys who disappeared "mere fanboys" again.

@Jrs:

He's almost like a broken record lol.

Yes, Dear

Mike O' Malley may be a great game show host, but he's a lousy umpire.

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eddstarr
thecrow174 wrote :

@edd:

First come, first serve. I'll never call those guys who disappeared "mere fanboys" again.

@Jrs:

He's almost like a broken record lol.

Yes, Dear

Mike O' Malley may be a great game show host, but he's a lousy umpire.

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Too Funny! And the best part is, Mr.O makes it look easy. Am I the only guy that thinks "Yes, Dear" was better than "Two and a Half Men"? Funny show and a great pick crow!

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Jrs1991
Yes, Dear was a good show. I used to watch it a lot in the mid 2000's. And yes it was way better than two and a half men.
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eddstarr
Here's something that I mentioned several times over at Retro Junk, Seattle has two PBS stations covering the same broadcast area, KBTC Tacoma and KCTS Seattle.

As a result, the Greater Seattle region was flooded with television series from the UK. 

Some shows were conventional while others were unbelievable.


And then there was "Father Ted". Guys, I don't know where to begin. "Father Ted" was a show beyond rational comedy, you just sorta watched in stunned disbelief. YouTube clips do not do the show justice, ya have to watch entire episodes and get to know the show and its characters. 

Like "Green Acres", Father Ted began as a conventional comedy, but by season 2 and 3 the show entered a bizarre dimension of comedy you have to see to believe, or not believe.

If you've never seen Father Ted, here is a "tame" clip from the show.
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Mr Magic
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air definitely deserves a mention.

Will's lost it. 


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