Live-action Saturday morning comedy/adventure series. Every episode featured a musical number, numerous self-referential and "fourth wall" jokes, and a love interest for one of the primary characters. C.A.P.E.R. stands for the "Civilian Authority to Protect Every body Regardless." Written by
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The Civilian Authority for the Protection of Everybody, Regardless
This comment is being written by a 39-year-old through the eyes of a nine-year-old. I was crushed when this show was canceled. I loved it.
Five guys drove around in a delivery van called the Big Bologna trying to catch oddball "criminals". One "crimina", for example, was called The Goodfather. He went around putting extra change in parking meters.
More like an off-beat, live-action version of Scooby-Doo than The Monkees. They would get a case, work to solve it and somehow include a music video before there were music videos.
My favorite, I think, was named B.J. I thought that he was funny because he would go uncontrollably nuts when he heard the word "banana." There was also a newsman character that was kind of funny too.
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