X%3hjkoskl!?ndlaf&dnbxzxppppp$(34s8%g!gmargwhorf5 (called Cookie for short) is a recombinant DNA scientist on a far planet. Divorced from her husband and looking for suitable material she ... See full summary »
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X%3hjkoskl!?ndlaf&dnbxzxppppp$(34s8%g!gmargwhorf5 (called Cookie for short) is a recombinant DNA scientist on a far planet. Divorced from her husband and looking for suitable material she abducts a suburban single father from earth. Love blossoms, they marry, and she with her three children join Doug with his two on Earth, an interstellar Brody/Brady bunch. Written by
Bruce Cameron <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Well, I'm 37 and I absolutely adored this show. I still remember Bobut's Lambie-Pie & Stinky Stevie, and "I require Choc-O-Yum chocolate pudding", his vestments being too heavy, Tweeznax, Doug's mug and the plot of all the episodes I saw on Saturday mornings, even though I only saw them once.
The humor was similar to Family Guy, with Bobut being a baby (alien) with adult intelligence and wanting to his kill his nanny Sally. I thought it was much wittier than Alf. I don't understand how a show like Alf could succeed and this smarter show could fail.
I would LOVE to have this on DVD or to purchase for download on Amazon.
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