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    Models Inc, a mid-1990s spinoff of Melrose Place. It didn't last long.

    My girlfriend said she watched this in Hungary; it was semi-popular there at the time. Ironically, they didn't get Melrose Place.
    I loved this show! It had a pre-Matrix Carrie Ann Moss as the "aging model who no one wanted to book", which was totally silly because she was one of the hottest ladies on the show.

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    PSI Factor, the first season was a great faux reenactment style. While not bad, the second season was retooled into a generic X-Files ripoff
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    Your right. One season of a tv movie and 18 episodes. Strange thing is it has 3 intros! Most shows only have one per season!

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    I have them all on dvd. fun stuff (if kind of hokey/formulaic).




    i'll nominate Special Unit 2 and Night Visions.

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    There was a TV show called Ghost Stories hosted by Rip Torn. Nobody but me remember it. All the episodes can be watched for free on YouTube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor-of-Dragons View Post
    There was a TV show called Ghost Stories hosted by Rip Torn. Nobody but me remember it. All the episodes can be watched for free on YouTube.
    That was probably because it was on The Family Channel.

    Seeing the DVD sets for it used to be along the same lines as seeing the DVD set for the "Sleepaway Camp" films.

    You'd just see it, and think "Who thinks they were going to even make their money back selling this?"

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    Kolchak the Night Stalker Darrin McGavin
    Strange Luck DB Sweeny
    Nichols James Garner
    Pirates of Darkwater

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor-of-Dragons View Post
    There was a TV show called Ghost Stories hosted by Rip Torn. Nobody but me remember it. All the episodes can be watched for free on YouTube.
    actually, I had a little marathon of the show with my dvd collection, last Saturday. didn't realize that was Rip Torn, though.

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    Back in the late 1970s, I watched the BBC series THE FALL AND RISE OF REGINALD PERRIN--which I think I saw on PBS. At that time, I thought it was brilliant--the equal of Monty Python for witty comedy. Then last year, I found all three seasons on youtube and watched them all again, and it was not that good. Jokes were overplayed and some bits that were supposed to be funny (like all the racist stuff) were just awful. I liked it for seeing those actors again and reminding myself what it was all about, but it goes to show how easily impressed I was back in the day--I'm glad I'm not that stupid anymore.
    Themyscira is the island home of Wonder Woman, according to the comic books.
    Themiscyra is the mythological city of the Amazons, according to the Ancient Greeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimplemmons View Post
    Kolchak the Night Stalker Darrin McGavin
    Strange Luck DB Sweeny
    Nichols James Garner
    Pirates of Darkwater
    I think most people here have heard of Kolchak though I admit I've never heard of the others.

    The Fantastic Journey (1976; about 13 episodes)

    Logans Run the series (1977; same 13 episodes)

    Invisible Man (1975; David McCallum short-lived show of the classic 13)

    Planet of the Apes the television show (1974; you guessed it)

    Gemini Man (1976). This one only lasted 5 episodes I think.
    Power with Girl is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerboy View Post
    I think most people here have heard of Kolchak though I admit I've never heard of the others.

    The Fantastic Journey (1976; about 13 episodes)

    Logans Run the series (1977; same 13 episodes)

    Invisible Man (1975; David McCallum short-lived show of the classic 13)

    Planet of the Apes the television show (1974; you guessed it)

    Gemini Man (1976). This one only lasted 5 episodes I think.
    I watched all of these shows--except I only vaguely remember GEMINI MAN, which followed after INVISIBLE MAN. I really loved FANTASTIC JOURNEY and PLANET OF THE APES--which both had Roddy McDowall.
    Themyscira is the island home of Wonder Woman, according to the comic books.
    Themiscyra is the mythological city of the Amazons, according to the Ancient Greeks.

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    Cyberkidz, 1996, 13 episodes

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    Anyone remember the kids show on PBS called ZOOM, from the 1970s? You could learn how to speak Ubbi Dubbi.
    Themyscira is the island home of Wonder Woman, according to the comic books.
    Themiscyra is the mythological city of the Amazons, according to the Ancient Greeks.

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    Big Blue Marble. Loved it, very educational.





    Also, The Outer Limits. Some great Sci-Fi stories. I miss it. The 90s show. I never see anyone talking about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Kelly View Post
    Anyone remember the kids show on PBS called ZOOM, from the 1970s? You could learn how to speak Ubbi Dubbi.

    Ahhhh yes, I am old. I watched this as a small child and even remember some of the names of the kids in it. Edith and Mike come to mind. They all wore striped shirts.

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    Cybersix, and Clone High. In Canada it's hard to find someone in my age group who doesn't remember either animated series, but I'm told they weren't re-run in other countries for nearly as long as they were in Canada. Despite there being less than 30 episodes between both of the series they stayed on Teletoon for the better part of a decade each.
    Continuity, even in a "shared" comics universe is often insignificant if not largely detrimental to the quality of a comic.

    Batgirls - My Bad - Once & Future - S.W.O.R.D. - X-Men

    Nobody cares about what you don't like, they barely care about what you do like.

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