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Snow White, Prince Charming and their family are transported through time to the present day. They try to fit into normal society, despite their unfamiliarity with technology. Written by
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Have I ever told you how I met your mother, son?
A million times. Grandma gave Mom a poison apple, you rode along on your white horse and kissed her, and woke her up.
Snow White Charming:
Honey, somehow it sounds better when you tell it.
You left out the best part, that's how I've awakened her ever since.
[Eric and Snow kiss]
Why don't you get an alarm clock like everyone else!
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If there were any way to buy the episodes I would, I loved this series when it was first on, and I'd like my daughters, who love to dress up as Snow White, to see this. I don't watch many TV series regularly, Growing Pains, Sightings, X Files, King of the Hill, and Wings are the only other ones I rearranged my schedule for, but I never missed this one.
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