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    The Forman's from That 70's Show. The basement was a pretty chill spot

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    Has anyone mentioned The Tardis, yet?

    Thatís like the ultimate mobile home.

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    A personal favorite would be Aunt May's home from Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends, especially the room Peter & Bobby shared...


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    Quote Originally Posted by GozertheGozarian View Post
    The Addams Family set is even stranger looking in color.

    https://c.fastcompany.net/multisite_...0-addams-2.jpg
    Most likely colors chosen for their values in black and white, not actually for their colors.


    Anyway, The Swamp from M*A*S*H
    Hey gang! Looking to sell of some of my TPB/HC collection. PM me if interested.
    Lots of Batman, Image and some Marvel. Lower 48 only, please.

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    I wouldn't mind renting an appartement close to the Nyan-Nyan on the SDF Macross.

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    Got to say that I was a big fan of Thomas Magnum's guesthouse at Robin's Nest. Kind of the ultimate in Aging Single Dude Fantasy Living.

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    I also really loved Wild, Wild West's train, The Wanderer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comic-Reader Lad View Post
    Dallas's strong suit was its storytelling and its characters, but it is telling that Dallas did try to be more Dynasty-like in its wardrobe and characters in later seasons. Hence, the introduction of the Oil Baron's Ball (and the replacement of the Cattleman's Club restaurant with the Oil Baron's Club for those many lunch scenes) and characters like Mark Graison, a playboy Polo player who could have fit right in on Dynasty. When Pam was separated from Bobby as a result of Season 5's fight for Ewing Oil, she jetted off with Mark to the South of France. The characters started doing more "rich-people-things." In earlier seasons, she would have checked into a hotel in town or slept on Cliff's couch!
    LOL - So true.

    Yes, Dallas did try to copy some of Dynasty's style in later seasons. But I was always thankful it didn't go too far. No brawls between women in the lily pond. The closest we came to that is when Pam slapped the fire out of Katherine when she discovered all Kat had been doing to steal Bobby away.

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