A 1950s American Sitcom family participates in the Sitcom Relocation Program, and are transported to 1990s Suburbia.
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1992   1991  

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Charlotte Booker ...
 Honey Nielsen (14 episodes, 1991-1992)
Stephen C. Bradbury ...
 Lloyd Nielsen (14 episodes, 1991-1992)
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 Mike Duff (14 episodes, 1991-1992)
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 Babs Nielsen (14 episodes, 1991-1992)
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 Chucky Nielsen (14 episodes, 1991-1992)
Eric Kushnick ...
 Sidney 'Skunk' Duff (13 episodes, 1991-1992)
Susan Cella ...
 Elaine Duff (13 episodes, 1991-1992)
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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 Jon Acello <JonAcello@AOL.COM>

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June 1991 (USA)  »

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Was advertised as "TV's first instant rerun" due to the fact that ABC would premiere new episode on Friday nights and Nick at Nite would rerun the same episode during the next week. See more »

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Honey Neilson: We are the Neilsons from "Hi Honey, I'm Home." We were sent here by the S.R.P.
Mike Duff: S.R.P.?
Honey Neilson: Sitcom Relocation Program.
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Spoofed in Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Father Knows Less (1991) See more »

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Hi Honey, I'm Home
by Rupert Holmes
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How I loved this show.
24 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show was way to short in its run. I was never sure when it was on. But when I caught it I was in seventh heaven. I grew up with black and white TV and although color TV is the way to go. There was a simpler and sweeter mind set to the old TV shows. Even crime dramas back then had a depth and charm that seems to have been lost over the years. My favorite running gag was when a guest star from the "Sitcom World" would do a guest appearance. Someone would pick up the "Remote" and press 'the button' and everything would turn onto Black and White. Then everyone would let out a delighted sigh of pleasure. 'Color is just too colorful." It would always crack me up. Why isn't this show available on DVD?


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