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Space Pope
« Reply #200 on: 05-15-2008 19:53 »

I'm tempted to say Beavis & Butthead, as it's been off the air for a while, but I don't think it's forgotten, and it's followers definitely didn't underrate it...

Urban Legend
« Reply #201 on: 06-05-2008 12:19 »

What about Earth 2?  That was a good sci-fi show.  It only lasted one season, though. 

« Reply #202 on: 06-05-2008 13:55 »
« Last Edit on: 06-05-2008 13:55 »

Originally posted by Xanfor:
How many people here remember Heil Honey, I'm Home?

I don't remember it as I didn't have the obscure cable channel it was shown on but I have watched it on Youtube. Many many times. The joke kind of wears thin after the first five minutes.

« Reply #203 on: 06-05-2008 15:40 »

Life on mars I believe is so under-rated. That program was absoloute gold, Philip Glenister playing Gene Hunt is just so memorable, the quotes are brilliant.

e.g. " Sam: I think shes telling the truth.

Gene: I think shes as fake as a trannys fanny.

Liquid Emperor
« Reply #204 on: 06-05-2008 18:23 »


not just another crappy US sci-fi show, this one had real depth and drew on horror aspects as well. Cancelled 3 episodes from the end of the first series, the remaining 3 episodes were never broadcast

would buy it on DVD like a shot but it's only available in the USA...so I'd need either a chipped DVD player or a region 1 (?) compatible DVD player

DOOP Ubersecretary
« Reply #205 on: 06-05-2008 20:34 »

Google your DVD player model, of the two DVD players I've bought, both were changed to any-region playing by entering in a certain sequence on the remote control.  smile

Urban Legend
« Reply #206 on: 06-06-2008 13:40 »

I remember there was a sit-com about a family with superpowers.  It came on after The Cosby show.  It was called, "Things A Bit Strange".  It was pretty good sit-com with potential. 

Also, anyone remember "Just The Ten Of Us"? 
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