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friendlydude
11 years ago#51
Come on, you used to watch the show all the time. You should know! (kidding)

I think they still play that terrible show every so often. I was really happy when they finally stopped showing replays of the show on my Fox, WB and all those channels. It probably still comes on some cable channel.

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pawn75
11 years ago#52
I'm sure Fox Family still shows all those old 90's family sitcoms. Why... lack of content. Eh, I'm sure that no one watches those shows, or that channel, so they belong together.
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friendlydude
11 years ago#53
I'll take 90's sitcoms over 80's ones. GOD did I hate being a child in the 80's and having to put up with Who's the Boss and Facts of Life and all that stuff. It was pure pain. The 70's ones are just really boring, and the 60's ones are, well... I don't know.

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pawn75
11 years ago#54
I don't even watch sitcoms. Haven't watched them in many years. The Office seems kinda funny, and you can't go wrong with The Simpsons and Family Guy, but other than that, I don't even bother.
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friendlydude
11 years ago#55
Yeah I'm a huge Simpsons fan, and Family Guy is pretty funny (though I'm not always in the mood for this kind of humor). The Office rules. I keep forgetting it's on, though. I honestly love game shows to bits (I think I mentioned this to you before). All of them. A sick obsession even though I know most of them are horrible. Actually when you think about it, many of the reality shows on right now aren't much different from game shows. It's programming sort of caught between the two.

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pawn75
11 years ago#56
All reality shows are little more than game shows. I actually don't like game shows at all. The only one I liked was Who Wants to Be a Millionare, but that got old quick. The only reality show I liked was The Mole, which they are bringing back this summer. I can't wait to see it.
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friendlydude
11 years ago#57
Never seen the Mole, what's it like? I remember Millionaire. Regis was the host, I think. Now a woman who looks like a female version of Regis is hosting the show during the afternoon hours, in 30 minutes. It's no longer an hour long. I seen it once (30 minute version) and the amount of commercials was so ridiculously high I wanted to stop watching it right then and there... only I didn't, because of my game show addiction. :)

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pawn75
11 years ago#58
The Mole is about a group of people banding together in order to win challenges and get money that will eventually go to the winner. The problem is that one of teh constants is really the Mole, a person placed in the group by the producers in order to screw up the group's efforts. The only way to win is to guess who the mole is and to continue to pass quises on the mole that appear at the end of every episode. So basically, its a bunch of physical challenges tied together with a spy story.
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friendlydude
11 years ago#59
That sounds appealing to me to be honest. I'd like it I bet.

I watched American Gladiators last Monday night. Hulk Hogan is hosting the show, and I can't believe they're giving the show a night timeslot. It used to come on in the middle of the afternoon after WWF Superstars. Anyway, I didn't watch the show back then because it looked inferior to wrestling (I now wonder if I was wrong about that). The show has remained pretty much the same, I think. Nowadays, with reality TV, American Gladiators works pretty well and fits right in with other shows, but I can't see it lasting much longer. It's just too cheesy.

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pawn75
11 years ago#60
With the writers strike going, American Gladiators could be going for many months. Having AG after WWE sounds like the best place to put it though. Show could someday find itself comming on before or after Raw on USA.
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