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...was the one where they almost got off the island, but Gilligan messed it up and they wound up still stranded.

I love that one!
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Yeah..those were my favorite episodes too. Smile
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And do you remember that episode of Bewitched where Darrin didn't want Samantha to use her powers but she did anyways?
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Oh Elizabeth Montgomery....now that was a woman!
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I love that one where they almost got off the Island, but then they didn't.
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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Does anyone know the name or number of the episode where Mr Howell does that fancy card handling?
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The one where a rogue film librarian burned every print and negative of this unfunny excuse for entertainment ... oops, sorry, that's just what I fantasized every time I suffered through 5 minutes of an episode.
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Why did you suffer through it even 5 minutes of it? Was it back in the day where you actually had to get up to change the channels? I know I watched a lot of crap TV back in the day cause I didn't feel like getting up.
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LOL oh man!
My pops would be on the couch, I'd be on the floor and it would ALWAYS
be "Hey Jimmy, change the channel" what seemed like every 5min.

I WAS his TV remote. Smile
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On 2009-01-30 14:52, agent61 wrote:
LOL oh man!
My pops would be on the couch, I'd be on the floor and it would ALWAYS
be "Hey Jimmy, change the channel" what seemed like every 5min.

I WAS his TV remote. Smile


Exactly! And by the time we got old enough to have kids we had remote controls. That's why I never bothered with children.
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How about Lucy hatching a scheme to work at Ricky's Nightclub?
The Ropers overhearing Jack saying something that sounds sexual?
Ralph Kramden tries a million dollar get rich quick scheme?
Jethro tries another profession?
Laverne & Shirley get mad at each other?
Mork misunderstands the English language?
Louie is mean to the cabbies?
Diane and Sam have another fight?
Nothing happens on Seinfeld?
Mary has problems dating and there's problems at the TV station?
Hawkeye keeps womanizing the new nurse, but helps a soldier overcome his fear... and does an emergency operation?
Archie rants about the Meatheads political views?
Dick writes a new sketch that involves his family life?
Ray has problems with his parents and his wife won't give him any sex?

Just some off the top of my head

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What about Bullwinkle with the hat. You'd think he'd learn to check his props by now!
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Or the episode of Happy Days where Richie and his chums get into trouble but luckily the Fonz arrives to save the day.
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And on the serious drama side of things I liked that episode of Kung Fu where Caine preached humility, peace and understanding but unfortunately was forced to kick the living cr*p out of everybody at the end of the show.
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Don't diss Kung Fu, buddy.

It was the greatest show in the history of television.
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Oh and that episode of the Incredible Hulk where the bad guys attack David Banner but they throw him through a door so that he changes into the Hulk out of sight and his secret is safe for another week. I think that was also the epidsode where he and Jack McGee came close to meeting again and the whole secret i.d. thing would have been out. Luckily, through somewhat fortuitous circumstances, this didn't happen.
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You, sir, are being some kind of elitist bung hole.

Have you never read Aristotle? There aren't enough plots to go around. The important thing is...

Ah...forget it.
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On 2009-01-30 16:44, stoneunhinged wrote:
Don't diss Kung Fu, buddy.

It was the greatest show in the history of television.


What ? Better than Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Mp2RqlAWzfk
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On 2009-01-30 16:47, stoneunhinged wrote:
You, sir, are being some kind of elitist bung hole.

Have you never read Aristotle?


LOL of the week.

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The best lack all conviction, while the worst
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On 2009-01-30 16:47, stoneunhinged wrote:
You, sir, are being some kind of elitist bung hole.

Have you never read Aristotle? There aren't enough plots to go around. The important thing is...

Ah...forget it.


I bet Aristotle wishes he'd written this one:

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=55nFsKUSK9M
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