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Bill and Ted are a couple of high school idiots who use their time-traveling telephone booth to travel through time. Sometimes they would use their device to bring historical figures into the 20th century. Rufus was the time guardian assigned to keep an eye on the boys, who, when they weren't causing trouble in another time period, worked part-time at Mr. Keilson's hardware store. Written by
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Having been a Bill & Ted fan, even when I was young, I remember watching this show. Though I was only thirteen or fourteen, I thought that the show was really dumb! No offense to the great movies from which the series was spun. I happen to love "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" and "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey" to this very day! I'm a huge George Carlin fanatic and a Science Fiction/Fantasy buff. Who could ask for more in a movie? Anyway, the television spin off was less creative and the familiar faces were not there. The actors they got to play Bill, Ted, and Rufus just couldn't pull it off in my opinion.
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