The Gary Coleman Show (1982– )

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This animation features the character that Gary Coleman played in the made for television movie, The Kid with the Broken Halo. He plays Andy LeBeau an angel, who goes to Earth, and hangs ... See full summary »

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This animation features the character that Gary Coleman played in the made for television movie, The Kid with the Broken Halo. He plays Andy LeBeau an angel, who goes to Earth, and hangs out with some other children and helps with their problems. Occasionally, running into a character named Hornswaggle, he is a guy who is the opposite of a guardian angel which Andy is and takes delight in causing problems for others, especially Andy. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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Proof that Satan exists
12 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A show this torturous could only have been conceived in the depths of Hell itself. Inane, insipid, and insanely irritating. A prime example of the very worst Hanna-Barbara has to offer.

Gary Coleman (in what is probably the lowest point of his dubious career) stars as a trainee angel charged with protecting a group of brainless kids in a generic city. Naturally, he's terrible at it. Fortunately for him, the only opposition he faces is in the form of a devil-type character named Hornswoggle (ho ho ho, how clever!), who obviously must not have graduated Kindergarten in Villain School. Shriek in terror as he dons a caveman disguise to scare kids from a cavern! Gasp in horror as he sends rain on a picnic! Yawn in boredom as he goes through this same shtick over and over again! You'd think that the soulless fiends responsible for the INCESSANT "witticisms" that Gary Coleman spews every five seconds or so could have come up with a much more impressive demon. But that would have been too much to ask for.

I suppose the show might be worth watching solely for camp value, but for me, even that is pushing it. Some things are just not worth the pain.


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