The old Commandant Lassard, leader of the Police Academy (1984), goes to Florida to receive an award. In the city arrives also the cynic Captain Harris who wants to take Lassard's job. ... See full summary »
By the time the tenth episode was filmed, the series had already been sold "in 90 percent of North America, and in virtually every significant foreign territory", according to Paul Maslansky. he said that Fox had picked it up for airing on its stations and that Turner had made a deal to air it with a two-week delay. See more »
I think this show used to come out on Saturday afternoons on FOX. I never really found the show to be funny just interesting that some of the original cast members did some cameos. The jokes where rather lame. Not so much different from the jokes of the bad Police Academy movies, like parts 4 to 6.
Actually the only reason this show had caught my attention was Christine Gonzales lining up for revelry in a bikini during the shows intro credits. But even that didn't catch my attention enough to continue watching the show.
Having grown up watching all the previous Police Academy movies(all except the Moscow one) I liked the idea that the Police Academy franchise wasn't completely dead. So once I noticed that the show had been canceled I couldn't help but feel bad. This meant, Police Academy was truly dead. How sad. I just wonder what Christine Gonzales is doing now a days...
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