A long-running talk show with a host of the same name. This show was one of the first challengers to Phil Donahue's undisputed rule over the daytime talk world. Raphael's subjects were ... See full summary »
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A long-running talk show with a host of the same name. This show was one of the first challengers to Phil Donahue's undisputed rule over the daytime talk world. Raphael's subjects were often more sensational, and were often aimed more at titilation, rather than information. As time went on and shock TV became more popular, Raphael's show thrived while Donahue's faded. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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17 October 1983 (USA)  »

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It's just not the same
17 October 2002 | by (Marietta, OH) – See all my reviews

TV sure has changed now that Sally's not on anymore. The only episodes I really liked were the wild teen episodes where they got sent to boot camp or jail or wherever. (You can currently see that on "Maury", by the way.) But nowadays, when I look back on those shows, I sometimes wonder if any of them were for real. Remember how Sgt. Julu used to scream his head off about a millimeter away from those kids' faces? Or how he had them lean against the wall, scoot down halfway, stand on their toes and hold their hands out? And Pat Ferrari stood there enjoying the kids' misery? In real life, if anyone tried to put a kid through that, the kid would fight back. What do you think?


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