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    Beauty and the Geek

    Beauty and the Geek

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    The CW (ended 2008)
    Once upon a time, there were attractive women who got by on their appearances, and intelligent men with limited social skills, who lived in a house together, learning from each others' weaknesses and strengths. By the end of their journey, these diverse men and women received lessons in confidence, equality, and dignity. No longer were they just the Beauty and the Geek.moreless
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    Joey

    Joey

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    NBC (ended 2006)
    From three of the executive producers behind the mega-successful hit series "Friends" comes the highly anticipated new comedy "Joey." Multiple Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Award nominee Matt LeBlanc reprises his "Friends" role as charming and still-single Joey, who has struck out on his own and moved to Hollywood, hoping to truly make it as an actor. Joey says goodbye to a time when his friends were his family and welcomes the chance to turn his family into his friends. After reuniting with his high-strung sister Gina (Emmy winner Drea de Matteo, "The Sopranos"), a strong and sexy hairdresser, Joey moves in with her genius 20-year-old son, graduate student Michael (Paulo Costanzo, "Road Trip"), who literally is a rocket scientist. What Joey lacks in book smarts, however, he more than makes up for with his people skills, making him the best new friend his nephew could ask for.moreless
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    Ed

    Ed

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    NBC (ended 2004)
    Ed Stevens is a contracts lawyer at a high-profile New York City firm. Around the same time he splits with his wife (who slept with a mailman), he makes a single error in punctuation when going over a contract. Because of the resulting financial loss to the firm, he's fired. Despondent, he heads back to his (small) hometown of Stuckeyville -- 'Anytown', USA. There he realizes he's been missed by a lot of friends whom he's missed and he sees Carol, the girl he'd adored in high school. Swept up in roiling emotions, Ed buys the local bowling alley on a whim, moves to Stuckeyville, and determines to win Carol's heart. His horizons broaden as he settles once more in Stuckeyville, and the series itself settles into a charming, funny, often serious slice-of-life series focused not solely on Ed but on the lovable ensemble cast of people who live and work with him in Stuckeyville.
    THEME SONG The first season's theme song was Foo Fighters' "Next Year" from their There Is Nothing Left To Lose CD. The second season's theme song was Clem Snide's "Moment In The Sun" from their The Ghost of Fashion CD. "Next Year" was welcomed back as the theme song at the beginning of the third season.
    SYNDICATION As of 2007, the show is not in syndication, but CMT Canada has announced they started airing the show September 8, 2006 at 8pm. It's not believed to be aired in the USA.
    DVDs As of 2008, there are no official DVDs available for the show. Judging from what we've heard, the reason for the delay in getting DVDs to the market is the music rights are expensive. The show used a lot of tracks from a large number of artists, and it would be very expensive for NBC to acquire the rights to use the music on the DVDs.moreless
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    Doug

    Doug

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    ABC (ended 1999)
    Created by former Nickelodeon artist Jim Jinkins in 1990 and produced through Jinkins' production company, Jumbo Pictures Inc., Doug follows the life of an average kid named Doug Funnie. In 1991, the Nickelodeon produced episodes began airing and we find 11 1/2 year-old Douglas Yancey Funnie and his family (Phil, Theda and sister Judy), having just moved from their former residence in Bloatsburg, to the new town of Bluffington. There he meets Skeeter, Patti, Roger and Beebe, and his new life in a new town begins! Doug writes in his journal and sometimes even imagines himself as a superhero named Quailman to help him out with difficult situations and decisions. In 1994 after 52 episodes, Doug was cancelled by Nickelodeon. In February 1996, Disney Enterprises bought Jumbo Pictures, Inc. and ordered new episodes of "Doug" to be produced (re-named "Brand Spanking New! Doug" and then later "Disney's Doug"). Disney aired the series as part of ABC's Saturday Morning lineup in the fall of 1996 (following Disney's purchasing of the network), and the show became part of Disney's One Saturday Morning block in the fall of 1997. These episodes aired on ABC's SATURDAY MORNING block (later renamed Disney One Saturday Morning) from September 7, 1996 to September 9, 2000. In 1999, after 3 seasons, 65 additional episodes and a feature-length movie, "Disney's Doug" went out of production. Doug spawned merchandise such as clothes, toys and a number of books. During the course of the show, Doug was nominated for 4 Daytime Emmy Awards.moreless
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    Krypto: the Superdog

    Krypto: the Superdog

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2006)
    Krypto, the Superdog, chronicles the comedic canine adventures of Metropolis' day-saving superdog from Planet Krypton. Krypto jettisons to Earth after traveling across the galaxies as a test-pilot puppy aboard a malfunctioning rocket ship built by Superman's father. Landing astray on unfamiliar terrain, the fully-grown Krypto swiftly seeks out companionship on Earth and flips over Kevin Whitney, a young boy who too longs for friendship. With an amazing array of super hero powers, ranging from heat vision to super strength to flying, Krypto partners with best pal Kevin to fight evil forces that threaten the safety and well-being of the people and animals of Metropolis.

    Theme Song

    Krypto, Krypto the Superdog, Krypto, Krypto the Superdog, It's Superdog time.

    He's a super dog, He's a super hero, He came to Earth from outer space, And his name is Krypto.

    He's super strong, He's super brave.

    He's Krypto, Krypto the Superdog, Krypto, ruff, ruff, and away, Krypto, Krypto the Superdog, Krypto, ruff, ruff, and away.

    He's super smart, In every way.

    He's Krypto, Krypto the Superdog, Krypto, ruff, ruff, and away, Krypto, Krypto the Superdog.

    See that super dog, Flying through the air, He's got super powers, Bad guys beware!

    Krypto, Krypto the Superdog!moreless
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    The Rosie O'Donnell Show

    The Rosie O'Donnell Show

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    (ended 2002)
    The Rosie O'Donnell Show was one of the most loved daytime talk shows. Hosted by Rosie O'Donnell, viewers tuned in every week-day to watch what guests she would have on the show, and what would happen next. From Koosh Shooters to worth-while charities, the Rosie Show had it all!moreless
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    The Three Stooges Show

    The Three Stooges Show

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    AMC (ended 1959)
    The Three Stooges are Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and at various times, Shemp Howard, Curly Howard, Joe Besser, or Curly-Joe DeRita. They are three good-hearted fools who have a knack for screwing up even the simplest task. A typical episode of The Three Stooges Show includes Moe slapping Larry, several eye pokes, head conks, and the ever possible pie fight. Destruction seems to follow the Stooges around!moreless
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    Little Rascals

    Little Rascals

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    TELETOON (ended 1944)
    In 1922, Hal Roach inaugurated a new series of short film comedies called Hal Roach's Rascals. The series featured ordinary kids, usually poor, getting into the usual types of trouble that ordinary kids get into. There was no running plot throughout the series. Each film was an entity unto itself. For instance, in When The Wind Blows, Mary Ann has a crush on neighbor boy Jackie. But in Love Business, Jackie and Mary Ann are siblings. In most films, the kids have parents, but in at least a couple of films, they live in an orphanage. This provided the series with quite a wide range of potential situations. There were many fairly ordinary episodes, but also quite a few that are truly unique. The first film was titled Our Gang and was previewed in the early half of 1922. Reviewers at the time began referring to the series as Our Gang, and the studio adopted it as the official name soon thereafter. The Hal Roach Rascals name also continued on into the early '30s, so the series had two names for about a decade. In 1938, Roach sold the series (lock, stock and barrel) to MGM, which had been distributing the series since 1927. MGM ended up with the cast and crew, the rights to the name Our Gang, and all of the films they had distributed previously. This last item was eventually bought back by Roach, but he had to redo the titles to remove the Our Gang name and any reference to MGM. A new series name was selected for this batch of films: Hal Roach's Little Rascals. The home movie and video prints of these films carried this name. The TV prints, which debuted in 1955 (after having run in theaters starting in 1950), were known simply as The Little Rascals. For the earliest films in the series, distributed by Pathé from 1922 to 1927, the Our Gang name was variously replaced by the Mischief Makers and Those Lovable Scallawags With Their Gangs. Other silent kid comedies also contributed to these two series. At no point were there ever any new episodes produced for TV (unless you count the animated versions). In essence, all of the episodes were repeats even on their first airing. The series was primarily syndicated, giving individual TV stations the ability to mix and match Little Rascals titles with other material, most often The Three Stooges, or the MGM Our Gang titles - the only Our Gang films that retained that name.moreless
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    Taxi

    Taxi

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    ABC (ended 1983)
    Taxi's television history is filled with contradictions. Produced by some of television comedy's most well-regarded talent, the show was canceled by two different networks. Despite winning fourteen Emmy Awards in only five seasons, the program's ratings were rock-bottom for its final seasons. Although it thrives in syndication and is still well-loved by many viewers, Taxi will be best remembered as the ancestral bridge between two of the most successful sit-coms of all time: The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Cheers. In the mid-1970s, MTM Productions had achieved huge success with both popularity and critical appraisal. So it was an unexpected move when four of the company's finest writers and producers, James L. Brooks, Stan Daniels, David Davis, and Ed. Weinberger, jumped off the stable ship of MTM in 1978 to form their own production company, John Charles Walters Company. To launch their new venture, they looked back to an idea that Brooks and Davis had previously considered with MTM: the daily life of a New York City taxi company. From MTM head Grant Tinker they purchased the rights to the newspaper article that had initiated the concept and began producing this new show at Paramount for ABC. They brought a few other MTM veterans along for the ride, including director James Burrows and writer/producers Glen and Les Charles. Although Taxi certainly bore many of the trademark signs of "quality television" as exemplified by MTM, other changes in style and focus distinguished this from an MTM product. After working on the middle-class female-centered worlds of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rhoda, and Phyllis for years, the group at John Charles Walters wanted to create a program focusing on blue-collar male experience. MTM programs all had clearly defined settings, but Taxi's creators wanted a show that was firmly rooted in a city's identity--Taxi's situations and mood were distinctly New York. Despite MTM Productions innovations in creating ensemble character comedy, there was always one central star around which the ensemble revolved. In Taxi Judd Hirsch's Alex Reiger was a main character, but his importance seemed secondary to the centrality of the ensemble and the Sunshine Cab Company itself. While The Mary Tyler Moore Show proudly proclaimed that "you're going to make it on your own," the destitute drivers of Taxi were doomed to perpetual failure; the closest any of them came to happiness was Reiger's content acceptance of his lot in life--to be a cabby. Taxi debuted on 12 September 1978, amidst a strong ABC Tuesday night line-up. It followed Three's Company, a wildly-successful example of the type of show MTM "quality" sit-coms reacted against. Taxi used this strong position to end the season ninth in the ratings and garner its first of three straight Emmys for Outstanding Comedy Series. The show's success was due to its excellent writing, Burrows's award-winning directing using his innovative four-camera technique, and its largely unknown but talented cast. Danny DeVito's Louie DePalma soon became one of the most despised men on television--possibly the most unredeemable and worthless louse of a character ever to reside on the small screen. Andy Kaufman's foreign mechanic Latka Gravas provided over-the-top comedy within an ensemble emphasizing subtle character humor. But Kaufman sometimes also brought a demonic edge to the character, an echo of his infamous appearances on Saturday Night Live as a macho wrestler of women and Mighty Mouse lip-syncher. In the second season Christopher Lloyd's Reverend Jim Ignatowski was added to the group as television's first drugged-out '60s burn-out character. But Lloyd's Emmy-winning performance created in Jim more than just a storehouse of fried brain cells; he established a deep, complex humanity that moved far beyond mere caricature. The program launched successful movie careers for DeVito and Lloyd, as well as the fairly-notable television careers of Tony Danza and Marilu Henner; Kaufman's controversial career would certainly have continued had he not died of cancer in 1984. In its third season ABC moved Taxi from beneath Three's Company's protective wing to a more competitive Wednesday night slot; the ratings plummeted and Taxi finished the next two years in 53rd place. ABC canceled the show in early 1982 as part of a larger network push away from "quality" and toward the Aaron Spelling-produced popular fare of Dynasty and The Love Boat. HBO bid for the show, looking for it to become the first ongoing sitcom for the pay channel, but lost out to NBC, which scheduled the series for the 1982-83 season. Ironically, this reunited the show's executive producers with their former boss Tinker, who had taken over NBC. Tinker's reign at NBC was focused, not surprisingly, on "quality" programming which he hoped would attract viewers to the perennially last-place network. Taxi was partnered with a very compatible show on Thursday night--Cheers, created by Taxi veterans Charles, Burrows, and Charles. Although this line-up featured some of the great programs in television history--the comedies were sandwiched by dramas Fame and Hill St. Blues--the ratings were dreadful and Taxi finished the season in 73rd place. NBC was willing to stick by Cheers for another chance, but felt Taxi had run its course and canceled it at the end of the season. Had Taxi been given another year or two, it would have been part of one of the most successful nights on television, featuring The Cosby Show (co-created by Taxi creator Weinberger), Family Ties, Hill St. Blues, L.A. Law, and eventual powerhouse Cheers. Taxi lives on in syndication, but its most significant place in television history is as the middle generation between The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Cheers. It served as a transition between the star-driven middle-class character comedy of MTM programs and the location-centered ensemble comedy inhabited by the losers of Cheers and Taxi. Considered one of the great sit-coms of its era, Taxi stands as a prime example of the constant tension in television programming between standards of "quality" and reliance on high ratings to determine success. --Jason Mittel The Museum of Broadcast Communicationsmoreless
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    Action

    Action

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    FOX (ended 1999)
    Action was one of the first politically incorrects to hit the air in the late 90's. It was rude, prejudiced, sexist, homophobic, and one of the funniest shows of all time. Peter Dragon is a movie-producer whose latest movie has just gone down the tubes. His next flick has to be the greatest action film he's made. So when his company buys the wrong script from a wanna-be screenwriter, he enrages himself to the limit. He meets up with his new friend Wendy Ward, a child-star turned adult-prostitute. Peter asks her to read the scripts and she picks Beverly Hills Gun Club, the script Dragonfire Films mistakenly bought. The show is based around Peter's insanity being hung on a rope "faster than O.J. at a clan rally" as Peter put it. The show was doomed from the start when it was on at 9:00 on Thursday nights, which NBC has ruled since Seinfeld. And when it didn't pick up right away, the show was put on hiatus for their new hit game-show GREED. After the cancellation in December, the people blitzed FOX's e-mail with over a thousand letters a day for one month straight. When hope let down, FX announced that they would re-run the show and play the five un-aired episodes. The final re-run of the show on FX was in January of 2001. The show later surfaced on Bravo's schedule in their "Brilliant But Cancelled" showcase, and was again resurrected by Comedy Central, where it currently airs.moreless
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    Free for All

    Free for All

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    Showtime (ended 2003)
    Animated show on Showtime. Lasted one season. About a college guy, his friend who won a lawsuit, his friend's ferret, his friend who he wants more than a friend, his grandma, and his dad.moreless
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    Signed, Sealed, Delivered

    Signed, Sealed, Delivered

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    Hallmark Channel
    Signed, Sealed, Delivered is a superb combination of comedy, romance, and drama that follows the lives of four postal workers in the death letters division, who transform themselves into a team of detectives to track down intended recipients of undeliverable mail. moreless
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    Jennifer Falls

    Jennifer Falls

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    TV LAND
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    Fanboy & Chum Chum

    Fanboy & Chum Chum

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    Nickelodeon
    A spinoff of Nickeldoen's Random! Cartoons, this new animated series is about a 10 year-old boy named Fanboy (played by David Hornsby) and his best friend Chum Chum (Nika Futterman). Together the two combine their love for comic books and their intrepid imagination to get into bizarre adventures. Jamie Kennedy and Josh Duhamel also lend their voices to the cast.moreless
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    Franklin & Bash

    Franklin & Bash

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    TNT (Returning August 20, 2014)
    Jared Franklin and Peter Bash are two lawyers and close friends. When they win a high-profile case the firm they beat recruits them.
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    America's Funniest Home Videos

    America's Funniest Home Videos

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    ABC (Returning October 5th, 2014)
    America's Funniest Home Videos is ABC's longest-running comedy series. The show began with original host Bob Saget (Full House)The series was an instant sensation on Sunday nights and ran for seven successful seasons. The show was re-launched with new hosts John Fugelsang (a stand up comedian with a one man show called Junk Male) & Daisy Fuentes (Loving), with a new hour long format, and moved to Monday nights where it would once again become a ratings success and then aired on Saturday. Then, after several years of being shown as an occasional special hosted by D.L. Hughley (The Hughleys) and Richard Kind (Spin City), ABC brought the series back on Friday nights with new host Tom Bergeron (Hollywood Squares). In September 2003, it was moved back to Sunday nights. Once again, the series has become a success. On This Show First Price is 10,000 and second is 5,000 and 3,000 for third also there is a 100,000 grand price show every so often where the 10,000 winners compete for 100,000.moreless
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    Reba

    Reba

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    The CW (ended 2007)
    Being a single mom in today's world is a daunting task. For Reba Hart (Reba McEntire), parenthood encompasses not only watching over three kids, but also keeping an eye on a son-in-law, a granddaughter, an ex-husband and an ex-husband's neurotic wife. 'Reba' began with the Hart family in the midst of a divorce as Texas soccer mom Reba watched her white-picket-fenced world collapse before her very eyes. Her dentist husband, Brock(Christopher Rich), left her after what she thought was 20 happy years of marriage for his impossibly perky and unfortunately pregnant dental hygienist, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman). The cherry on top of this bitter sundae was the pregnancy of Reba's then 17-year-old daughter Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and her decision to marry her high school football star boyfriend, Van (Steve Howey). Rounding out the happy brood is teenage Kyra(Scarlett Pomers), who continues to greet puberty with venom, and son Jake (Mitch Holleman).

    THEME SONG: "I'm A Survivor" performed by Reba McEntire. It can be found on Reba's CD, Greatest Hits Volume 3

    "My roots are planted in the past Though my life is changing fast Who I am is who I want to be A single mom who works too hard Who loves her kids and never stops With gentle hands and the heart of a fighter I'm a survivor."

    The series is produced by Twentieth Century Fox and is filmed in Century City, California.

    'Reba' Seasons on DVD Season 1 Released December 14th 2004

    Season 2 Released December 13th 2005

    Season 3 Released April 25th 2006

    Season 4 Released November 14th 2006

    Season 5 Released January 13th 2009

    Season 6 Released June 23rd 2009

    All available at Amazon.commoreless
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    George Lopez

    George Lopez

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    ABC (ended 2007)
    "George Lopez," the hit family comedy starring popular standup comedian George Lopez, is on ABC. The series is from Bruce Helford, Deborah Oppenheimer and Robert Borden – all from ABC's long-running hit comedy series, "The Drew Carey Show" – and actress/producer Sandra Bullock ("Miss Congeniality," "Speed").

    George Lopez is a guy who has made lemonade from lemons at every turn. Since he became plant manager at an L.A. airplane parts factory, he has handled a complicated and tumultuous job, a strong but challenging marriage, two rebellious children and a mother who can't keep track of her own lies about his childhood -- all with his sense of humor intact.

    His affable compadre, Ernie (Valente Rodriguez, "Erin Brokovich"), still ribs George about his high-powered management position at the plant, but always lends a hand when George needs him. Ernie, who still lives with his mother and father, has learned some fathering skills of his own after foster-parenting a troubled twelve-year-old boy.

    Though their marriage has had some close calls, George and his devoted wife, Angie (Constance Marie), still chose to renew their vows recently. Angie deals with his questionable decisions and freewheeling approach to parenthood and his mother's insensitive wisecracks with the patience of a saint -- and some guidance from her father, Vic (Emiliano Díez) -- but her drive to build a still unprofitable wedding-planning business has nearly driven their family to the poor house.

    George's biggest test, both at work and home, is dealing with his tough and acerbic but loving mother, Benny (Belita Moreno, "Perfect Strangers"), while sifting through her vast assortment of lies about his family and childhood. After rediscovering and losing his father to kidney disease and learning of a long lost sister, George constantly wonders what, or who, is around the next corner.

    After running away from home, being expelled from school and falling in love with a handsome jock, sixteen year-old Carmen's (Masiela Lusha) free-spirited, teenage rebellion has left her parents at a total loss about what to do next. Always the practical joker, thirteen-year-old Max clearly maintains the sense of humor he inherited from his father, but continues to struggle with dyslexia and constantly tests his parents' limits by being drawn toward the wrong crowd.

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    Lizzie McGuire

    Lizzie McGuire

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    Disney Channel (ended 2004)
    "Get inside her head!" say the advertisements and you can do that when you watch this Disney Channel family comedy, the most successful of their "Zoog Weekendz" shows. It's all about the ordinary and not-so-ordinary adventures of a junior high student and her two best friends as they try to deal with the ups and downs of school, popularity, boys, parents, a bratty little brother--just life in general. And if Lizzie leaves anything unsaid, you can bet that her cartoon alter ego will say it for her!

    Lizzie McGuire merchandise Applause is offering a variety of Lizzie items for sale, including 8" and 12" dolls, a CD case, a journal, a cell phone case, assorted picture frames and a mini-photo album/keychain. When you get to the site, click on "Applause rolls out Lizzie McGuire."

    Biographies of Main Characters Lizzie McGuire- The ditzy and loveable Lizzie who's trying to make it through middle school while dealing with a crush on the cute guy in school, her ex-best friend turned popular cheerleader, a bratty brother and of course all the angst that comes with being a teenager.

    David "Gordo" Gordon- Friends with Lizzie since she was very little, Gordo is the voice of reason within the group. This amateur filmmaker may be smart and a little different to everyone else in school, but he is a true and loyal friend, always there for Lizzie and Miranda.

    Miranda Sanchez- Lizzie's best friend, Miranda is the type of person who's always there to give great advice to Lizzie and Gordo, simply telling it like it is. She isn't afraid to stick up for her friends and is always there with them through the perils of middle school. Matt McGuire- Lizzie's bratty little brother knows how to annoy just about anyone. Whether it's playing a prank on someone or just up to no good it's certain that Matt will be behind it. It is his mission to make Lizzie's life far from pleasant. Jo McGuire- Lizzie's mom may be a bit embarrassing at times, but she sure knows how to deal with any situation thrown at her. Whether it's counseling Lizzie through a difficult moment in life or seeing what Matt is up to, Jo is ready to tackle anything.

    Sam McGuire- Being the father of Lizzie and Matt isn't an easy thing, especially when he has no idea what is going on. Though Sam can be a little clueless he tires his best with his kids, sometimes even surprising them with a piece of good advice.

    Toon Lizzie- Lizzie's alter ego, Toon Lizzie tells us what Lizzie is really thinking but is to afraid to say. Her sassy and sharp-tongued attitude is a contrast to everything Lizzie isn't. If only Lizzie was brave to tell it like Toon Lizzie, things would be very interesting.

    What about the Lizzie Mcguire DVDs?

    In December 2003 Disney began releasing DVDs with four or five episodes and some special features. In order, they are: 1. Fashionably Lizzie, Vol. 1. Episodes: "Last Year's Model," "Best Dressed For Much Less," "Just Like Lizzie" and "Just One of the Guys." On the cover is Lizzie and Toon Lizzie. 2. Growing Up Lizzie, Vol. 2. Episodes: "Misadventures in Babysitting," "Between a Rock and a Bra Place," "Rated Aargh" and "Party Over Here." On the cover is the McGuire family and Toon Lizzie. 3. Star Struck, Vol. 3. Episodes: "Here Comes Aaron Carter," "Lizzie in the Middle," "Xtreme Xmas," "Grand Ole Grandma" "El Oro De Montezuma." On the cover is Lizzie and Toon Lizzie. 4. Totally Crushed, Vol. 4. Episodes: "First Kiss," "The Greatest Crush of All," "Just Friends," "Scarlett Larry" and "The Courtship of Miranda Sanchez." On the cover is Lizzie, Gordo, Ethan and Toon Lizzie. 5. Lizzie McGuire - Box Set Volume 1. The four discs contain 22 episodes from the first season, as well as, additional features with the cast members.

    What about the Lizzie McGuire books?

    There has been a small library of Lizzie paperback books published by Disney Press with more on the way. Each of them contains two complete "novelizations" of stories from the TV show. In order, they are: 1. When Moms Attack. Stories: "When Moms Attack" and "Between a Rock and a Bra Place." On the cover: Lizzie and Toon Lizzie. 2. Totally Crushed. Stories: "Scarlett Larry" and "Lizzie and Kate's Big Adventure." On the cover: Lizzie, Miranda and Gordo. 3. Lizzie Goes Wild. Stories: "Bad Girl McGuire" and "Come Fly with Me." On the cover: Lizzie and Miranda, this photo was taken from the episode "Rumors". 4. The Rise and Fall of the Kate Empire. Stories: "The Rise and Fall of Kate" and "Party Over Here." On the cover: Lizzie and Kate. 5. Picture This. Stories: "Picture Day" and "In Miranda Lizzie Does Not Trust." On the cover: Lizzie and Toon Lizzie. 6. New Kid in School. Stories: "Lizzie's Nightmares" and "I Do, I Don't." On the cover: Lizzie and Matt. 7. Broken Hearts. Stories: "Gordo and the Girl" and "First Kiss." On the cover: Lizzie. 8. A Very Lizzie Christmas. Stories: "Xtreme Xmas" and "Aaron Carter's Coming to Town" (but A.C.'s name is changed to Zander Knight in this book!) On the cover: Lizzie, Matt and Mr. & Mrs. McGuire. 9. Just Like Lizzie. Stories: "This Year's Model" and "Just Like Lizzie." On the cover: Lizzie, in a shirt she wore in the episode "Mom's Best Friend". 10. Lizzie Loves Ethan. (actually there's a "heart" symbol in place of the the word "Loves," but we can't show that here!) Stories: "Educating Ethan" and "Just Friends." On the cover: Lizzie and Ethan. 11. On the Job. Stories: "Working Girl" and "Misadventures in Babysitting." On the cover: Lizzie and Toon Lizzie. 12. Head Over Heels. Stories: "The Courtship of Miranda Sanchez" and "Random Acts of Miranda." On the cover: Lizzie. 13. Best Dressed. Stories: "Best Dressed For Less" and "Lizzie's Eleven." On the cover: Lizzie. 14. Mirror, Mirror. Stories: "Inner Beauty" and "A Gordo Story." On the cover: Lizzie and Miranda. 15. Freaked Out. Stories: "Night of the Day of the Dead" and "Those Freaky McGuires." On the cover: Lizzie. 16. Lizzie For President. Stories: "Election" and "Facts of Life." On the cover: Lizzie. 17. Oh Brother. Stories: "Sibling Bonds" and "Bunkies." On the cover: Lizzie and Matt from the episode "Rumors." 18. The Importance of Being Gordo. Stories: "Gordo and the Dwarves" and "Gordo's Video." On the cover: Lizzie and Gordo. 19. All Over It. Stories: "Obsession" and "The Longest Yard." On the cover: Lizzie and Toon Lizzie. 20. The 'Rents. Stories: "Mom's Best Friend" and "Lizzie Strikes Out." On the cover: Lizzie, Sam, Jo and Toon Lizzie. 21. High -Five. Stories: "I've Got Rhythmic" and "Just One of the Guys." On the cover: Lizzie.

    What are the lyrics to the theme song? If you believe We've got a picture-perfect plan We've got you fooled 'Cause we only do the best we can And sometimes we make it And sometimes we fake it But we get one step closer each and every day We'll we figure it out on the way

    The extended version has these lines: If you only knew all of the notions in my head you'd understand why some days I can't get out of bed Are we winning or losing it's just so confusing but we get one step closer each and every day till we figure it out on the way It might surprise you the stuff we're wise to the things that we can open up our eyes to

    Who sings the theme song? According to Maria Kleinman of Walt Disney Records, Angie Jaree, a studio singer, is the person who performs the theme song. While Elliot Lurie, the show's music supervisor, wrote the song.

    Birthdays: Hilary Duff (Lizzie): September 28, 1987 Lalaine (Miranda): June 3, 1987 Adam Lamberg (Gordo): September 14, 1984 Jake Thomas (Matt): January 30, 1990 Ashlie Brillault (Kate): May 21, 1987 Kyle J. Downes (Larry Tudgeman): March 18, 1983 Clayton Snyder (Ethan Craft): September 9, 1987 Robert Carradine (Sam McGuire): March 24, 1954 Hallie Todd (Jo McGuire): January 7, 1962moreless
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    Broad City

    Broad City

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    Comedy Central (Returning TBA 2015)
    Broad City follows the poor and unlucky Abbi and Ilana as they try to navigate through New York.
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