A computer geek, obsessed with the lotto, is determined to prove his mathematical formula to predict winning combinations. He discovers his plan is financed by the Mob, and now he must beat the odds before his number's up.
Joseph R. Gannascoli,
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Oddball sitcom that dealt with a 1950's sitcom family (The Neilsons) who were on the "Sitcom Relocation Program" that relocated to suburbia, 1991. The Duffs were their (almost as strange) neighbors. Written by
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never do I roam, for there is nothing sweeter than to greet her, "Hi Honey, I'm Home." That was once our theme song, then a dream song, of a honeycomb..... This show was a cliche, yes. However, it was the cliche that was so endearing. It was nice to see a conservative TV comedy family living in the "real world," and the comedy that ensued worked on so many levels.
We were once a sitcom family, on the black and white TV, now we're off the air been pulled from there and dropped into reality....
For the record, it indeed did get syndication on Nickelodeon. In my region it played on the ABC network also. I believe the concept was ripped off to some extent in the movie "Pleasantville" (You know.. teaching 50's sitcom characters 90's morals).
Life was once much duller, before color, in a monochrome. Still, she gabs all day and spends my money, I find the situation funny, isn't life just so Re-runny? Hi Honey, I'm Home! Hi Honey I'm Home.
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