The television series remake of the hit film Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

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 Linda Barrett 7 episodes, 1986
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 Stacey Hamilton 7 episodes, 1986
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 Brad Hamilton 7 episodes, 1986
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 Jeff Spicoli 7 episodes, 1986
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 Mike Damone 7 episodes, 1986
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 Ms. Leslie Melon 7 episodes, 1986
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 Mr. Hector Vargas 7 episodes, 1986
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 Mr. Arnold Hand 7 episodes, 1986
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 Ratner / ... 7 episodes, 1986
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 Surfer Buddy / ... 7 episodes, 1986
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 Curtis / ... 4 episodes, 1986
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 Dennis Taylor 3 episodes, 1986
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The television series remake of the hit film Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

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5 March 1986 (USA)  »

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Lasted seven episodes and was, at the time, was of the most expensive shows on network television (aired on CBS). See more »

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Follows Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) See more »

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20 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

This short lived series was a lame attempt at trying to make money off of a classic film. The cast of this show never lived up to the standard the original cast set with the film. In fact, Dean Cameron's portrayal of Spicolli never came anywhere close to the standard Sean Penn set. The only saving grace of this show was the fact that Ray Walston came aboard to play the part of Mr. Hand. At least he brought a little bit of the charm that made his wickedly funny performance one of the highlights of the film. The same can be said of Vincent Schiavelli as Mr. Vargas. Unfortunately, this show isn't one tenth as funny or as relevant as the film that inspired it.


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