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Discussion in 'Entertainment and Humor' started by etexas, Nov 5, 2007.
I though Buck Rogers was awesome when I was a kid. And I thought Erin Gray was cute.
I forgot about Benson! What were they thinking..........
Friends was atrociously immoral but did so with cutesy wit and a congenial laugh track.
Will and Grace was despicable, as was the Ellen Degeneres show Ellen, Roseanne was pretty trashy as well.
Agreed, not only for the gross and stupid show that it is, but also the evil influence it has on those who watched it
Again I want to frame this thread of bad sitcoms...not with the sick and peverse..I want to focus on bad as in stupid cheesy plots, bad writing ,bad acting shows like.....Alice....
to both statements. But now when I see an episode I cringe. And I can say the same thing about Mork and Mindy. What was I thinking?
Well kiss my grits, Max. What are you throwing Alice into the discussion for?
Come on now. I'd put Alice in the "best" thread. Admittedly somewhere near the bottom, but still in there.
Vic Tayback in a comedy....now that's funny.
Hey...I COULD have thrown in it's more "sinister" spin-off...that's right...Flo's Yellow Rose!
- Don't you know some of the younger ones on this board are scratching their heads at some of these posts.
They don't know what they missed!
Yea, I'm sure they are. Should we go further back? Like Father Knows Best or Hazel?
Don't badmouth Hazel! She kept the house spotless and everyone in line!
"Say good night, Gracie."
Good night Gracie
That gets me everytime.
Has the world forgotten the Love Boat, bad bad bad, Fantasy Island, I used to love the A-Team theme song as a kid but watched an episode recently and could only roll my eyes.
Lest we forget Alf, it didn't survive the Reagan administration with good reason.
Dan Aykroyd headed up a short lived stinker called Soul Man in the mid-nineties about a single dad who was an Episcopal priest.
Musical Cops was a late eighties fiasco that was just as bad as it sounds and Jake and the Fat Man was about everything the title says, way too much fat man at that.
That 80s Show, Fox's effort to capitalize off the popularity of That 70s Show, quickly went the way of the rubix cube.
Don't get me started on Punky Brewster, I even had to watch her in Portuguese when I was five because we lived in Brazil, I must say it was entertaining to watch Hermann Munster dubbed however.
Or how about Sledge Hammer...hubby has been making me watch reruns of it with him. I'm gonna have it out with the friend that downloaded those for him...LOL!
Oh my! First, in another thread you said you used to wrastle, and now this. Stop the bleeding, stop the bleeding.
Where is the guy with the Superman man avatar??
Oh yeah? Well, kiss my grits!
yeah. no cable & no time to watch it, anyway, as I work full time at a job outside the home all day.
All time worst sit com??? "My Mother the Car" . . . hands down, no credible dispute possible. Jerry Van Dyke was good in "Coach," but my oh my, "My Mother the Car" was a stinko.
Indeed! A true CLASSIC stink-bomb....what were they thinking.........
Someone mentioned Benson.... Anyone Remember the Soap he came from? And does anyone remember Whose the Boss?
He was on Soap, which was actually a parody of soaps. It was a great show.
As a HUGE Happy Days fan it was natural for me to follow this show, and if not for the "adult themes" wrestling would still be cool to me.
Here is another oldie for us aging boomers . . . "Green Acres" and the people of Hooterville. Although, Arnold Ziffel was one great porcine.
Soap was pretty funny!
I always HATED "Who's The Boss". Tony Danza just irritated me.