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Charles Martin Smith
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This show, along with "Pink Lady and Jeff" have got to be two of the worst shows ever to have been produced. Pat Morita was on a high from being "Arnold" on "Happy Days" and was given this series. The stories were feeble and the direction amateurish. I remember it was canceled after this one ridiculous episode which played like a cartoon - having Mr. Takahashi blast off through the roof of his place in some sort of contraption. It hold a place in my heart as being the dumbest thing I can remember from my youth. A real goof, funny to watch because it was such junk, but then it wore off.
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