A comedic view of the settling of America by the Puritans.
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 Polly Winthrop 6 episodes, 1999
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 Grammy Winthrop 6 episodes, 1999
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 Abigail Winthrop 6 episodes, 1999
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Andrew Ducote ...
 William Winthrop 6 episodes, 1999
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 Dr. Addington 5 episodes, 1999
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 Reverend Goodacre 5 episodes, 1999
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 Henry Tungsley 4 episodes, 1999
Elizabeth Anne Smith ...
 Alice Tungsley 4 episodes, 1999
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 Constable 3 episodes, 1999
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 Mrs. Sturges 3 episodes, 1999
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 Magistrate 3 episodes, 1999
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The Winthrops are just a typical 17th century family of Puritans living in a newly-settled colony in the New World, coping with famine, plague, and the stodginess of their fellow colonists. Written by <crow_steve@hotmail.com>

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Elizabeth Winthrop: You're so judgmental!
James Winthrop: Well, of course we are. We're Puritans!
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Funny, Unique Show
25 June 2001 | by (Lexington, Kentucky) – See all my reviews

CBS's decision to cancel "Thanks" says a lot about the sad state of modern-day network television. This show at least attempted to be different. Unlike almost every other sitcom on TV, "Thanks" wasn't set in New York, wasn't about a bunch of whiney twentysomethings, and wasn't just a collection of tired sex jokes. "Thanks" probably never had a chance. It wasn't the kind of show a focus group would have approved. Maybe it wasn't the best show of all time, maybe it was imperfect, but at least it tried to bring a fresh kind of comedy to network TV. It was different. It didn't try to be the umpteenth "Friends" clone. It deserved a longer run, in part because it dared to be original. "Thanks" lasted five or six episodes. "Suddenly Susan" ran for years. That's modern television in a nutshell.


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