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    Good Company

    Good Company

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    CBS (ended 1996)
    Welcome to the Good Company guide at TV.com
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    Meego

    Meego

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    CBS (ended 1997)
    Meego was a cute family comedy starring Bronson Pinchot as an alien who took care of a single-parent family. It was abruptly cancelled after six episodes. Fans of Perfect Strangers and Pinchot will remember this one. moreless
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    The Jean Arthur Show

    The Jean Arthur Show

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    CBS (ended 1966)
    A short-lived sitcom about mother and son, who are both attorneys.
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    First Impressions

    First Impressions

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    CBS (ended 1988)
    This was Brad Garrett's first television series. He plays Frank Dutton the owner of a advertising agency in Omaha, Nebraska. He uses his ability to do impressions to sell his commercials. Frank is also a divorced father of a nine year old daughter as well. The show only ran for a handful of episodes. Brad of course went on to win 3 Emmys for his work on Everybody Loves Raymond.moreless
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    Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers

    Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers

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    CBS (ended 1975)
    This show first aired on September 14, 1974 with Paul Sand portraying a bachelor who was a bass violist for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and when he wasn't busy fiddling, he was likely to be found sorting out his romantic entanglements, refereeing disputes between his brother (Michael Pataki) and sister-in-law (Penny Marshall) while trying to overcome his habit of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time to the wrong people. This show did not last a full season and would later be replaced by the Jeffersons in January of 1975 even after managing to be ranked the 25th best show in America.moreless
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    Big Eddie

    Big Eddie

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    CBS (ended 1975)
    "Big" Eddie Smith is the owner of the Big E sports arena in New York, trying to leave his past as a gambler behind him. He lives with his wife Honey, and their granddaughter Ginger. Cancelled after ten episodes.moreless
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    Everything's Relative (1987)

    Everything's Relative (1987)

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    CBS (ended 1987)
    Everything's Relative is a sitcom from 1987 starring Jason Alexander as Julian Beeby, Gina Hecht as Emily Cabot, Anne Jackson as Rae Beeby, John Bolger as Scott Beeby, and Tony Deacon Nittoli as Mickey Murphy. It was not a ratings success, for it had to directly compete with NBC's Top 10 hit 227 and was cancelled after only 10 episodes.moreless
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    Spies

    Spies

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    CBS (ended 1987)
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    The Papdits

    The Papdits

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    CBS (ended 2006)
    In the spirit of Da Ali G Show comes The Papdits, a comedy-reality hybrid series following the adventures of an Indian family seeking the American dream. The seemingly clueless Papdits interact with oblivious Americans around the country, creating uncomfortably hilarious situations wherever they go.moreless
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    A League of Their Own (1993)

    A League of Their Own (1993)

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    CBS (ended 1993)
    Half-hour sitcom derived from the hit movie about the Rockford Peaches, a team of female baseball players organized during World War II.
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    Work With Me

    Work With Me

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    CBS (ended 1999)
    Julie and Jordan Better, married lawyers who are partners at work and at home. He's a high-paid attorney at a major law firm; she's a successful lawyer with her own practice, who defends society's less fortunate. But their worlds collide when Jordan quits his high-powered job and becomes his wife's law partner. Now Julie is forced to organize her messy office and relaxed schedule to accommodate Jordan's tidy ways and strict corporate timetable. And Jordan must adjust to the fact that his wife's biggest client isn't the fat old guy he had imagined but a handsome young Lothario. Meanwhile, Jordan and Julie's assistants, Sebastian and Stacy, who have been secretly dating for months, are having a difficult time keeping their passionate romance under wraps at work. As Jordan and Julie watch their formerly peaceful lives turn chaotic, they soon realize why the place is called a practice.moreless
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    My Favorite Martians

    My Favorite Martians

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    CBS (ended 1973)
    The sitcom debuted in 1963. Its cartoon spin-off debuted 10 years later.

    Uncle Martin comes back to earth, this time having his nephew Andy & dog Okie. They stay at Tim's house & Tim now has a niece named Katie.

    Of course their nosey neighbor, Officer Brennan (or as Loralei calls him "poopsie") would always try to expose who they really are & would end up falling down right into the rain barrel!moreless
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    Foley Square

    Foley Square

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    CBS (ended 1986)
    Hector Elizondo plays District Attorney Jesse Steinberg trying to keep his assistant Alex (Margaret Colin) in line. Michael Lembeck plays her love interest Peter. Jon Lovitz of SNL fame appears in his first series. The show was canceled by CBS after 14 episodes.moreless
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    Good Sports

    Good Sports

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    CBS (ended 1991)
    This was Farrah Fawcett's and Ryan O'Neil's only sitcom together.
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    Heartland (1989)

    Heartland (1989)

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    CBS (ended 1989)
    B.L. McCutcheon (Brian Keith) is a Nebraska farmer forced to move in with his daughter and her family when the bank forecloses on his farm. He doesn't care much for his son-in-law and disapproves with the couple's child-rearing skills.moreless
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    Maggie Briggs

    Maggie Briggs

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    CBS (ended 1984)
    The show was a comedy for CBS with Suzanne Pleshette (in her 1st regular role since playing Emily in The Bob Newhart Show) playing Maggie Briggs a newspaper woman.
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    Park Place

    Park Place

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    CBS (ended 1981)
    David Ross (Harold Gould) led a group of young attorneys at a legal aid clinic in Manhattan.

    Park Place, along withChecking In, were both cancelled on April 30, 1981, each after four episodes.moreless
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    Teech

    Teech

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    CBS (ended 1991)
    Character actor Phill Lewis plays "Teech" Gibson, an idealistic music teacher struggling through his first year at an urban high school.
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    Dudley

    Dudley

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    CBS (ended 1993)
    Dudley was a short-lived CBS sitcom starring Joel Brooks, Joanna Cassidy, Harley Cross, Dudley Moore, Lupe Ontiveros and Max Wright. Although Dudley only lasted 6 episodes it will be a remembered show. Dudley was originally called Modern Times.

    Dudley was nominated for two Emmys in 1993 for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Graphic Design and Title Sequences and Outstanding Individual Achievement in Lighting Direction for a Comedy Series.moreless
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    Big Wave Dave's

    Big Wave Dave's

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    CBS (ended 1993)
    This short-lived CBS sitcom lasted 6 episodes in the early fall of 1993 before being canceled. Marshall Fisher (Adam Arkin), Dave Bell (David Morse), and Richie Lamonica (Patrick Breen) are friends who decide to give up their suburban lives and move to Hawaii to open a surf shop. The catch? They must first convince Marshall's wife Karen (Jane Kaczmarek) that the move isn't the dumbest idea ever. It's gonna be a tough sell... Rounding out the cast, is a beach bum named Jack Lord (Kurtwood Smith). Smith and Kazcmarek would both go on to star in hit FOX sitcoms, "That '70s Show", and "Malcolm In the Middle."moreless
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