A combination sketch comedy/musical performance show in the tradition of "Saturday Night Live," this program starred a teenage cast and was targeted at younger viewers. The show featured a ... See full summary »
Twenty-something and aimless, Joey Vitello still lives at home with his colorful Italian-American family when he is reunited with a childhood schoolmate, Mary O'Callahan. Once mocked as '... See full summary »
In the pilot episode, Marshall says after Sam goes out the kitchen window "Why doesn't that boy ever use the door?" Sam during most of the show's run, used Clarissa's bedroom window to enter the house. See more »
[Clarissa and her dad, who has come down with the flu, are discussing Bouncy Balls]
But don't you think it's a little weird to eat something that you've been bouncing on the floor?
Dad, you haven't really been eating them after they've been on the floor, have you?
I'm gonna go get some more bouillon.
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I saw a comment downing Clarissa, All i have to say to this is.. you must be young. I'm only 21 but the crap that is on tv today is just.. well.. how did you put it.. stupid. Rugrats is ok ( i liked the first two seasons best) Other than that cable isn't worth $50 a month anymore. What do I remember about my horrid childhood.. Clarissa, may not have been the most action filled, graphic intense show out there at the time but at least it taught good morals which is more than I can say about most tv out there..And yes I know I sound far older than I am.. If you still think clarssia is stupid, go out and rent "shane" or the black and white "cheaper by the dozen" even the old "parent trap" Those were low cost, cheap graphic movies as well but they are classics to everyone with character.
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