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Darryl M. Bell,
Cancelled after only one episode was telecast, this sitcom created to capitalize on the success of "National Lampoon's Animal House" was to chronicle the antics at Baxter College, a former all-girls school which recently converted to co-education. Brewster House was a dormitory populated by a number of young men and women, notably shy Tucker, preppy Doug, nutty Gobo, wholesome Elizabeth and sexy Sandi. Mrs. Selby was the looney house-mother.Written by
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