Tom and Casey Stafford with their sons John and Gus and adopted daughter, Kim living on a farm in Nebraska have trouble making ends meet, and accepting the fact that Casey's father, is ... See full summary »

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Don Reo
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Brian Keith ...  B.L. McCutcheon 10 episodes, 1989
Katie Layman Katie Layman ...  Casey Stafford 10 episodes, 1989
Jason Kristofer ...  John Stafford 10 episodes, 1989
Devin Ratray ...  Gus Stafford 10 episodes, 1989
Daisy Keith Daisy Keith ...  Kim Stafford 10 episodes, 1989
Richard Gilliland ...  Tom Stafford 10 episodes, 1989
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Tom and Casey Stafford with their sons John and Gus and adopted daughter, Kim living on a farm in Nebraska have trouble making ends meet, and accepting the fact that Casey's father, is living with them. Written by Jim Brawn <jim_brawn@amuc.mtroyal.ab.ca>

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USA

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English

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20 March 1989 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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A vulgar Beverly Hillbillies on the Plains
26 January 2003 | by ptriebSee all my reviews

Well, not really, for the Beverly Hillbillies, as silly as that sitcom was, actually had some good writing, good humor, and good acting. Shallow, silly, sophomoric? Perhaps. But not vulgar.

Heartland seemed simple a vehicle for some sicko screenwriter to unload his collection of crude manure jokes and bestiality innuendoes on the public. It lends credibility to my tendency to call sitcoms by a combination word that contains a synonym for manure and rhymes with sitcom. Get the picture?

I can't find the network info on IMDb but I think this was a CBS program. CBS is considering a "reality show" in which they plan to bring some residents of Appalachia to Los Angeles. Well, if if such schlock ever makes it onto the air, and the show treats rural people and themes anything close to the way they did it in Heartland, walk, don't run from the TV.

(I had forgotten the forgettable Heartland, but thought of it when I heard of the possibility of the new CBS show.)


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