Meego is a 9,000 year old alien whose spaceship crashes on Earth and is discovered by Trip, Maggie, and Alex Parker. They take a liking to him and convince their single father, Edward, to ... See full summary »

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 Dr. Edward Parker 13 episodes, 1997
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 Maggie Parker 13 episodes, 1997
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 Trip Parker 12 episodes, 1997
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Meego is a 9,000 year old alien whose spaceship crashes on Earth and is discovered by Trip, Maggie, and Alex Parker. They take a liking to him and convince their single father, Edward, to take him in as a nanny. He agrees to stay until his ship is fixed, but eventually grows attached to the children and remains on Earth. Written by Ondre Lombard <olombard@lombard.cyberverse.com>

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A space alien faces unfamiliar territory... a household full of kids! See more »

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19 September 1997 (USA)  »

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Good-hearted but half-baked
28 August 2002 | by See all my reviews

Nothing wrong with a TV series built on moral fables. In fact, _Perfect Strangers_ was full of moral fables beneath its vaudeville humor. But _Meego_ wasn't fully conceived. There wasn't enough of a sense of limit to Meego's magical powers, and in general there wasn't enough underlying tension or conflict to drive the series from episode to episode.


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