Grant and Claire Pritchard are a deceased couple who still inhabit their home and make trouble for the Dooleys, the new owners. But Grandpa is the only one who can hear and see the ghosts ... See full summary »
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 Grant Pritchard / ... (6 episodes, 1989)
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 Claire Pritchard (6 episodes, 1989)
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 Mike Dooley (6 episodes, 1989)
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 Liz Dooley (6 episodes, 1989)
Jay Lambert ...
 Derek Dooley (6 episodes, 1989)
Henderson Forsythe ...
 Grandpa Jack Garrett (6 episodes, 1989)
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Grant and Claire Pritchard are a deceased couple who still inhabit their home and make trouble for the Dooleys, the new owners. But Grandpa is the only one who can hear and see the ghosts in this short-lived comedy. Written by Tony Meier <discokid@aol.com>

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Laughs that begin where most laughs end. See more »

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10 April 1989 (USA)  »

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[singing theme song]
Grant Pritchard: Everyone lately is making me crazy, now that we've joined the deceased. There'll be no resting in peace, dear. Nearly departed. Stumbling cockeyed the moment that rockslide came tumbling down on our heads. Maybe we're better off dead, dear. Nearly departed. It's hard to ignore when a family of four is running amok in our home. They're constantly near us, they can't see nor hear us. Nobody can except the old man. Just pushing up daisies, we're halfway to Hades and halfway to ...
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Ah, how soon they forget.
29 August 2007 | by (Atlanta) – See all my reviews

magellan33 said: "You can only do so much when the two stars of the show can only be seen by one fellow cast member."

I assume, then, that you never heard of "Topper".

Which, in addition to the two stars who could only be seen by one member of the cast, had a dog, ditto.

This was the kind of program that had "Not Gonna Make It" written allover it from the first episode - it was like an arcade video game where you actually have to read the instructions to play; no-one (well, very few of us, apparently) wants to watch a comedy program that has a basic premise that actually requires *thought* to grasp.


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