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The world is destroyed when kids accidently set off a nuclear missile causing the Russians to counterattack. Only six people are left in the US; Mark, the narrator, an ex-school teacher; Alice, a feminist; Curtis, a yuppie stock broker; Jack, a homeless person; Frederick, a black pathologist; and Suzzane, a sexy dummy. Written by
J.E. McKillop <firstname.lastname@example.org>
a funny little show that was doomed by it's time-slot.
I had been shopping for a Christmas present and saw the television "20 Q" and knew I could stump the game with this show.
It was referred to as the "thinking mans Gilligan's Island" but couldn't be really referred to as that because it wasn't a thinking show but rather a funny take on a very unfunny subject, nuclear annihilation and how people who are forced into living together to survive learn to live with each other.
It was a funny little show that had a BAD time slot (Sunday morning 12:30am here) and therefore was doomed from the start.
The final episode that aired was the Christmas episode and the other episodes of the short-lived show never aired.
Our loss, it was a half hour show to just get away from your problems and think about nothing.
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