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VelourFog

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« Reply #40 on: 08-16-2002 22:19 »
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pcc- most of these shows were big hits already, but Nick at night and other channels like TVland and gameshow network are bringing old clasic shows to a new generation of fans... does that count? most syndicated shows have at least a decent following. and most syndicated shows are sitcoms and not sci-fi type nerd shows that draw the "cult" followings to begin with. Normal people who enjoy watching Frasier or Roseanne don't go to conventions about it and chat on the internet.

:evil TOPD: heh
totalnerd undercanada

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« Reply #41 on: 08-16-2002 22:22 »

Nice. If not for the chat we just had in "complaints" I'd call it scathing, but I realise you are probably only taking the piss.

Anyway, the reason I dropped by this thread was to give you a choice; TOTP Dance or get nekkid.

Seriously tho', futurama deserves to be syndicated if only to tie up all the loose plotlines which you don't get in shit like Roseanne, and which are neatly resolved in the episode they are raised where Frasier is concerned.
VelourFog

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« Reply #42 on: 08-16-2002 22:34 »

see, it's ironic for me to call internet people nerds... since i sit online about 80% of my waking hours

 love wuv you all
PCC Fred

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« Reply #43 on: 08-16-2002 22:40 »

 
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Originally posted by VelourFog:
pcc- most of these shows were big hits already, but Nick at night and other channels like TVland and gameshow network are bringing old clasic shows to a new generation of fans... does that count? most syndicated shows have at least a decent following. and most syndicated shows are sitcoms and not sci-fi type nerd shows that draw the "cult" followings to begin with. Normal people who enjoy watching Frasier or Roseanne don't go to conventions about it and chat on the internet.

:evil TOPD: heh

I think you've misinterpreted what I said, so I'll try again.

If a show's a hit, it usually runs until it comes to a natural end.  I'm talking about shows that did poorly in the ratings and were axed prematurely.

When Star Trek finished in 1969, it was considered a ratings disaster, and it was through syndication that it suddenly became the biggest show of all time.

My point is, how many "ratings disaster" shows have suddenly shot to fame due to syndication?

totalnerd undercanada

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« Reply #44 on: 08-16-2002 22:44 »

 
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Originally posted by PCC Fred:
 I think you've misinterpreted what I said, so I'll try again.

Coming hard on the heels of the "complaints" thing, that is the funniest thing I have heard all day!

VelourFog

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« Reply #45 on: 08-16-2002 23:11 »

 
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Originally posted by PCC Fred:
 I think you've misinterpreted what I said, so I'll try again.

My point is, how many "ratings disaster" shows have suddenly shot to fame due to syndication?

ah ahah  tongue

sorry though. I knew what you meant, but I didn't have the exact answer you wanted, so i went off on a tangent. Honestly, I don't know of any other shows that tanked and then were syndicated. I don't understand why a network would want to own the rights to a failure show. The examples I gave were related to half your question, the end half... can i have 1/2 the points?

Ben

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« Reply #46 on: 08-16-2002 23:41 »

 
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Originally posted by PCC Fred:
When Star Trek finished in 1969, it was considered a ratings disaster, and it was through syndication that it suddenly became the biggest show of all time.

Which planet do you live on again...?

Jeremy

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« Reply #47 on: 08-17-2002 04:25 »

Shut up and bow down.
flying_fry

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« Reply #48 on: 08-17-2002 05:33 »

dunno about cartoon network whatever happens as long as new shows get made i suspect we will still get them over int he uk. we get ours on sky 1 and as i understand it they have a deal with the furureama team and not with fox.
Shadowstar

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« Reply #49 on: 08-17-2002 11:15 »

Whatever gets good airtime and continuous airings is good for Futurama and myself.
Sarge

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« Reply #50 on: 08-17-2002 23:35 »

 
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Originally posted by VelourFog:
ah ahah
Are you imitating Akiras' laugh?  laff

VelourFog

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« Reply #51 on: 08-17-2002 23:42 »

i would be, if i knew who the heck you were talking about.
bartman

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« Reply #52 on: 08-18-2002 03:20 »

Adult swim in the uk, they don't call it adult swim and only show baby blues and home movies.
Sarge

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« Reply #53 on: 08-18-2002 04:34 »

 
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Originally posted by VelourFog:
i would be, if i knew who the heck you were talking about.
The Karate instructor in the Simpsons. ah ahah.

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