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"The guys" at Cyberbyte (a high tech computer company) moves from the old garage to a new office downtown and now they need a secretary. None of the guys have any social skills; Warren, the boss, doesn't know how to complete a sentence. Vic wears his sunglasses at all times. Most important of all, they have hardly talked to a girl before. Carey (the new secretary) on the other hand has no experience in computers but is highly socially skilled and tries her best to understand the guys and to be understood. Written by
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Ha-ha...I forgot about the vulture!!! Yes it probably didn't help viewer-ship that the name of the show was "Dweebs", though you'd think there were enough of them (us?) out there who could relate to make the show a prime-time contender.
In my home the word "mulch" to describe drab, unimaginative attire is still used to this day, 12 years after it was modeled so well on the show by Carl (Stephen Tobolowsky?), one of the programmers. Man, they were cruel to him.... Not that he couldn't dish it out as well: "Death called--he wants his outfit back..." (you'd have to know Vic) That these and other quips became part of our comic dialog is a testament to Dweebs' appeal as a comedy; and we'd eagerly watch those few episodes again if they became available.
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