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,
Oh, this marriage thing. There's no fooling around, this time. Jack and Carly have both done this, before. He's done it once; she's been through it twice. This time is different, though. ... See full summary »
The oldest Brady girls, Marcia and Jan have grown up and met the men they have been looking for. The girls find a house that they have always wanted but have to convince the guys that it's ... See full summary »
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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I know it's been a long time since "Hi Honey I'm Home" was on (even in re-runs), so I'm not surprised that a lot of people have written incorrect or conflicting info. I was a big fan, and have all the eps on tape. So anyway, here is the real deal:
1. It's "false trivia" about A.J. from the Back Street Boys playing Skunk. He apparently did play him in an unaired pilot, but a different actor played Skunk on all the aired episodes.
2. Although much like "Pleasantville", "Honey" was indeed first (by SEVEN years!) When I saw Pleasantville, I was like, "Oh my God, it's 'Honey' reversed and made into a movie!"
3. The show first played in the summer of '91 as part of ABC's TGIF lineup (not CBS), and was "instantly" rerun two days later (Sundays) on Nick at Nite. After six episodes, ABC did not pick it up for any more. However, Nick at Nite did produce 6-8 more episodes, which only ran on Nick at Nite. They reran them again and again and again before finally dropping it around 1994. I wonder where the characters were re-relocated?
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