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    I just saw the final episode of roseanne the other day (I skipped the last year). jThat was the most fucked up shit ever, and I hate to hear Mark died.
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    I'd love to see the Rosanne show reunion. I never saw the final show for some reason. Now I'll have to go find it somewhere on the net.

    And that's sad about Glenn Quinn. I never heard about that. Although, I didn't know his real name so even if I did hear about it, I wouldn't have made the connection anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goose View Post
    Testing my memory...is that "parker lewis can't lose"? Corin Nemic? (I think?) Only ran for a season or two in the late 80's early 90's?
    yes. that show was awesomely stupid. in a good way.
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    I watched every single one of these shows, but I was also born in the early 80's so I was not old enough to know that they were lame.

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    Saved By The Bell
    Both Roseanne and Married with Children started to piss me off at the later series.

    I would also like to see The Batman cartoon series that played in the 90's return.

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    More an 80's show, but I'd love to see a Family Ties reunion.

    "Mark" (Glenn Quinn) from Roseanne died in 2002. I remember reading and going, Wow...so young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoodyJenny86 View Post
    Married With Children!!!

    They were canceled out of the blue and didn't even get to wrap up the final season!
    TBS reruns MWC weekdays 4a-6a CST. I watch while getting ready for work. They're in the early seasons right now. The two eps I caught today were when the family goes out to eat at a fancy restaurant, Al forgets his wallet, the kids go back to get it, decide to steal the money instead and strand Al and Peg and then ep where Kelly brings Peg to school to show what a housewife does all day. Still makes me laugh almost 20 years later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylkyn View Post
    More an 80's show, but I'd love to see a Family Ties reunion.

    "Mark" (Glenn Quinn) from Roseanne died in 2002. I remember reading and going, Wow...so young.
    Wow... i didn't know that! Had to look it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadDwarf View Post
    I watched every single one of these shows, but I was also born in the early 80's so I was not old enough to know that they were lame.
    same. except growing pains, i don't think i've ever seen that one.
    i had jtt's tigerbeat posters all over my wall lol.

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    Full House and Bob Saget both suck ass and if I were in charge, they would both be stricken from the planet. If I hear "Deej" one more time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 75Sasha View Post
    TBS reruns MWC weekdays 4a-6a CST. I watch while getting ready for work. They're in the early seasons right now. The two eps I caught today were when the family goes out to eat at a fancy restaurant, Al forgets his wallet, the kids go back to get it, decide to steal the money instead and strand Al and Peg and then ep where Kelly brings Peg to school to show what a housewife does all day. Still makes me laugh almost 20 years later.
    Oh I know!

    Watch it every night.

    Only now it's getting to where they're showing repeats.

    TV Land shows it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoodyJenny86 View Post
    Married With Children!!!

    They were canceled out of the blue and didn't even get to wrap up the final season!

    I'm a HUGE fan of that show, but even I can admit it went downhill in the later seasons. It was losing it's magic. It was time to go. The later episodes didn't make me laugh as much.

    They did do a reunion show a few years ago too. They just sat in the Bundy loungeroom and talked about past episodes, etc.

    I want a Saved by the Bell reunion. I love that show, it always made me smile. Great fun! But after that Dustin Diamond porno (that I fortunately didn't watch) I'm not sure I can see him as innocent little Screech anymore!

    Don't know if it's 90',s or late 80's, and I have little interest in a reunion really, but I loved The Wonder Years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DitaPage* View Post
    I'm a HUGE fan of that show, but even I can admit it went downhill in the later seasons. It was losing it's magic. It was time to go. The later episodes didn't make me laugh as much.

    They did do a reunion show a few years ago too. They just sat in the Bundy loungeroom and talked about past episodes, etc.
    LOL I think it was at it's funniest in the later seasons!

    Yeah, it got a little slapsticky but I'm a sucker for slapstick comedy.

    One thing that makes me laugh most in the earlier seasons is the evolution of Bud's hair!

    Oh god, the mullet!

    Although I'm not afraid to admit, I thought Bud suddenly kind of transformed from loser dweeb to reaaally hot dweeb circa season 6/7- even though he's so damn short!

    Also, I used to overlook Steve but now that I'm older when I watch eps he is in I realized that he was actually quite the hottie!

    In a geeky way! The dark hair, the gorgeous green eyes, his sarcasm and wit...*dreamy sigh*

    Oh and then of course there's Jefferson who's hot in a dim-witted, jock way.

    In fact, Ted McGinley is still hot at 51!

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    I have to hurry up and buy the DVD set ($200 for the whole series - awesome!) and watch them all over a week or two (I did this with Will and Grace a few months ago) and see which season I liked.


    I thought Bud was cute!! He is also hilarious, that helps the attraction part. I agree that Steve is pretty cute too in the geeky way, and I definitely love his dry wit. Jefferson is HOT. Can't believe he's 51 - he looks amazing!

    What i always wondered about this show is if overweight women enjoyed it and could laugh at it - it was pretty insulting there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DitaPage* View Post
    I have to hurry up and buy the DVD set ($200 for the whole series - awesome!) and watch them all over a week or two (I did this with Will and Grace a few months ago) and see which season I liked.


    I thought Bud was cute!! He is also hilarious, that helps the attraction part. I agree that Steve is pretty cute too in the geeky way, and I definitely love his dry wit. Jefferson is HOT. Can't believe he's 51 - he looks amazing!

    What i always wondered about this show is if overweight women enjoyed it and could laugh at it - it was pretty insulting there.
    ^Oh shit!!!

    $200 dollars?!?!!

    Oh man...it'll take me 20 years just to collect all of the MWC dvd's!

    Yeah, Bud is hilarious.

    I totally have a Steve crush right now...since they've been showing the older eps on TBS.

    And yep, Ted McGinley still looks amazing at 51.

    Yeah...I hate to admit it but the fat jokes Al cracked always made me laugh...it's mean but funny.

    *runs away*

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