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 »
Tv movie that reunites most of the show's cast members. The Douglases move back to New York. But when Haney tries to get everyone's property so that a developer can build on them, 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
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The Nielsens are able to change their world from color to black-and-white and back again with their "Turnerizer" remote control. This is a dated reference to media mogul Ted Turner, who became a 1980s punchline for his efforts to have old black-and-white films converted to color. See more »
The show ran on ABC as part of their TGIF lineup, and on Nick at Night way back in 1991. Only six episodes aired during the summer though, then the show was moved only to Nick. And a bit of trivia: "Honey" was the first show to be an "instant rerun." A new episode would air on ABC on Friday, and then that same episode would air again that Sunday. This was the first time a show aired on two networks at basically the same time. A recent example of this is the ABC show "Once and Again," which also airs later in the week on Lifetime.
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