Living in a fantasy era long gone and obsessed with old time country stars, the prettiest girl in a small Arizona town finds a lost iPod filled with songs that speak to her sensitive heart.... See full summary »
Joe Lo Truglio
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The adventures of two irresponsible freshmen, Sanford and Del, who are forced to live with an uptight, pre-med student Joe. Hapless high school buddies, Sanford and Del arrive at the ... See full summary »
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FOX canceled the show after five episodes aired. See more »
Can I talk to you about something?
[Petey turns the liquidizer on and looks concerned as he explains something]
Well... All I can say is don't go on that website again.
Some people just love horses too much.
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I like this show. The humor is funny, both the mom and the daughter are babes and script obviously has some good lines. The bad news is that the show is quickly wearing thin on the cartoon antics and the far-fetched situations. If the show is supposed to be a live-action cartoon, it really hit the mark, but to survive on Fox, the show needs to turn straight and maybe go into another direction. The son on the show is a funny holy terror, but the dad is just played way too dumb. Let's face it, at it's core, "The Pitts" may actually just be time filler may be cancelled with just one season under its belt. I mean, anyone remember an obscure FOX series called "Whoops!" which also was based on a one joke device. The series might have been a lot better as a cartoon, but I'm still catching every episode while I can and maybe taping a few before it's gone.
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