This movie reunites most of the members of the Cleaver clan, Wally, June, and of course, the Beaver. Their father Ward has passed away. Wally's married to Mary Ellen and a successful lawyer... See full summary »
Steven Hilliard Stern
It is nearly a generation since we've visited Dobie Gillis, and the middle-aged Dobie is nothing like he was as a youth, having has sown all of his wild oats. He's settled into the ... See full summary »
The oldest Brady girls, Marcia and Jan, have grown up and met the men they have been looking for. The girls find a house that they have always wanted but have to convince the guys that it's... See full summary »
Oddball sitcom that dealt with a 1950's sitcom family (The Neilsons) who were on the "Sitcom Relocation Program" that relocated to suburbia, 1991. The Duffs were their (almost as strange) neighbors.Written by
Jon Acello <JonAcello@AOL.COM>
MTV Networks (now Viacom) produced the series and sold the first-run rights for 6 episodes to ABC, which was looking for low-cost summer programming. The premiere garnered high ratings but they quickly dropped off, so ABC opted not to option the rights to the other 7 shows, which were exclusively run by Nick at Nite. See more »
This show was way to short in its run. I was never sure when it was on. But when I caught it I was in seventh heaven. I grew up with black and white TV and although color TV is the way to go. There was a simpler and sweeter mind set to the old TV shows. Even crime dramas back then had a depth and charm that seems to have been lost over the years. My favorite running gag was when a guest star from the "Sitcom World" would do a guest appearance. Someone would pick up the "Remote" and press 'the button' and everything would turn onto Black and White. Then everyone would let out a delighted sigh of pleasure. 'Color is just too colorful." It would always crack me up. Why isn't this show available on DVD?
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