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    Harsh Realm

    Harsh Realm

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    FOX (ended 2000)
    Created by the military, Harsh Realm explores a virtual reality world where anything is possible. After seeing the horrors of war in Sarajevo, Lt. Thomas Hobbes is finally ready to settle down with his fiance but the military has one last assignment for him. He must test out the newest in military combat training, a top secret computer simulation code-named "Harsh Realm". However once inside the game, Hobbes immediately finds himself fighting for his life, and struggling to comprehend what is real and what is not.
    Harsh Realm was filmed entirely on location in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.moreless
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    Free Ride

    Free Ride

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    Free Ride is a partially improvised comedy that follows recent UC Santa Barbara graduate Nate Stahlings (Josh Dean) as he boomerangs home to move back in with his parents in their small Midwestern town, Johnson City, MO. Upon his return, he discovers his mom Margo (Loretta Fox) and dad Bob (Allan Havey) are knee-deep in marriage therapy and his bedroom has been turned into a gym. The good news is that Nate reconnects with cute former-classmate-turned-local-bank-teller Amber Danwood (Erin Cahill); the bad news is she's newly engaged. Nate also hooks up with Mark Dove (Dave Sheridan), a guy who peaked in high school and has been cruising downhill in his monster truck ever since. Dove takes Nate under his "wing" to show him the local party scene, which turns out to be way more mild than wild.moreless
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    Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

    Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

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    Sherlock Holmes has been rescusitated in the 22nd century to combat Moriarty's clone. With the help of a droid programmed with the personality of Watson, Inspector Beth Lestrade of New Scotland Yard, and the Baker Street Irregulars, Holmes searches for clues and usually manages to come up with a solution that keeps everyone guessing. Characters Sherlock Holmes: Sharp as a tack, but not a real people person, this guy is pretty self explanatory. He uses deductive logic (i.e. All lights in this room are green. There is a light on the table. Therefore it must be green.) to solve crimes. If you listen hard, you can usually follow his explanation, at least by the last few minutes of the show. Watson: A compudroid programmed to have the personality of Watson (complete with the phrase "I don't understand, Holmes. How did you know..."), Watson was initially rejected by Holmes, who thought no one, and especially no robot, could replace the real Watson. Watson is great in a tight spot, as he is much stronger than the average human (and most of the non-average ones as well). Inspector Beth Lestrade: Apparently a descendant of the Lestrade in the original short stories, this girl is something else. Wild, reckless, destructive, always bucking authority, and generally "tough-cop", she is always ready to act on insufficient information. But, all in all, she usually settles down enough to be of some service at least once or twice an episode. Wiggins: A would-be boxer, this guy used to play soccer at Princeton. He is one of the Baker Street Irregulars, employed by Holmes to be an extra set of eyes, ears, and legs. Wiggins checks out leads, shadows people, and generally helps Holmes out by gathering facts. He has a girlfriend named Jacey, but as far as I know she hasn't figured into much. Deidre: This girl is also one of the Baker Street Irregulars, and does mostly the same things as Wiggins. However, she sometimes sees things a different way than either Holmes, Watson, or Wiggins, and this unique perspective makes her invaluable. Tennison: Confined to an anti-grav chair, Tennison is the computer expert of the bunch. He helps Holmes out by checking computer systems and security systems. Moriarty: Cloned back to life as an accident, he is again wreacking havoc, though this time in New London. He is Holmes' archenemy, and was basically the model for a lot of evil geniuses with extensive networks.moreless
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    G-Force: Guardians of Space

    G-Force: Guardians of Space

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    This show is the second English translation version of Science Ninja Team Gatchaman. The first English version was known as Battle of the Planets.
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    Forever Eden

    Forever Eden

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    Forever Eden follows a small group of real people willing to take an "indefinite break" from their everyday lives to experience the opportunity of a lifetime by living together in a luxurious, tropical-resort-setting. These single men and women are ready to trade in their cell phones for suntan lotion and business suits for bathing suits, in order to bask in the sun and soak up the fun -- and the longer they stay, the more money they can earn. Each week they remain in Eden, contestants will accrue more earnings, but the only way to keep their winnings is to remain in paradise, which has a price. They need to avoid eviction and their desire to return to civilization. Meanwhile, surprises and twists are around every corner. Secrets may be revealed and former flames and in-laws may show up unannounced, making waves in what they thought would be peaceful waters. Additionally, from time to time, some residents forced out and replaced by new contestants armed with knowledge gleaned from having viewed the series at home. And although the residents will be earning money throughout their stay, those who throw in the towel and leave on their own volition could go with empty pockets. If they can handle the unexpected, avoid being evicted and live without their friends and families back home, these contestants could potentially spend months or years as residents of Eden, forming relationships and creating their own storylines to ensure that they remain on-air as docu-soap stars and live the life of luxury they crave. Will they stay forever in Eden? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOX Broadcast History March 1, 2004 - March 15, 2004 .... Monday, 9:00pm March 25, 2004 - March 25, 2004 .... Thursday, 9:00pm April 2, 2004 - April 9, 2004 .... Friday, 9:00pm Special Presentations March 2, 2004 .... Tuesday, 9:00pm Global Broadcast History (Canada) March 1, 2004 - March 15, 2004 ..... Monday, 9:00pm March 25, 2004 - March 25, 2004 ..... Thursday, 9:00pm April 2, 2004 - April 9, 2004 ..... Friday, 9:00pm Special Presentations March 2, 2004 .... Tuesday, 9:00pm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------moreless
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    Trading Spouses

    Trading Spouses

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    In this fresh take on the classic fish-out-of-water story, moms and dads try out the ultimate life change: ditching their families to take over a clan from another walk of life. For some, it's a dream vacation; for others, an absolute nightmare.

    When the families are switched, they live with their host families for one whole week. When the mom or dads are finally reunited with their loved ones, they have to tell their families the twist: They decide how the other family will spend their $50,000 prize money.moreless
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    The Next Great American Band

    The Next Great American Band

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    Sometimes achieving idol status is more than a solo effort, and this FOX series is set to celebrate the talents of multiple musicians. Simon Fuller and friends open up the American Idol-style competition to bands, and all sizes and genres from across the country are welcome to make a play for the spotlight.moreless
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    My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss

    My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss

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    In My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé, the producing team of Jean-Michel Michenaud and Chris Cowan pulled off the ultimate practical joke. Randi Coy had to convince her family that she was going to marry "Steve," a big, fat slob who, unbeknownst to her, was a paid actor. She and her family were tested to the breaking point in a show that featured some of the most outrageous moments in television history. But if you think that was outrageous, wait until you meet My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss. My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss is a parody of such shows as NBC's The Apprentice and even FOX's very own The Rebel Billionaire: Branson's Quest for the Best. In the very first episode, twelve business professionals meet Mr. N. Paul Todd and learn about his multi-billionaire conglomeration, IOCOR, in a slick PowerPoint presentation. What they don't realize is that Mr. N. Paul Todd is nothing more than an anagram for Donald Trump and IOCOR comes from the Latin for "to jest." Mr. Todd is an actor named William August who's being paid to play an outrageous parody. Now they've been sucked into "his world" where he'll harass them, humiliate them, and basically make them look like complete fools. At the beginning of the show, the men and the women were divided into separate teams. In their first learning experience in corporate sabotage, they were told to give a name to the opposing team. The men chose to the name the women Femron, while the men were given the name of Concad. Before each elimination, the two teams take part in ridiculous tasks designed specifically to humiliate them. These could be anything from attempting to sell hot soup on a scorching day to attempting to "navigate" an office obstacle course. The losing team is given a punishment, while the winning team receives a reward that often ends up being worse than the punishment. However, these are not always aired. Also, in most episodes, some contestants are chosen to receive an Executive Privilege in which they get to spend some extra time with Mr. N. Paul Todd. These Privileges, in actuality, are designed to bring out Mr. Todd's shady character and further humiliate the victims of the scheme. In each episode, the losing team is sent to Mr. Todd's office. He and his actor flunkies then berate them, confuse them and annoy them before asking the team leader to choose two victims to face elimination. After a final chance to "plead their case" and a short waiting period, Mr. N. Paul Todd ejects the selected victim with a curt "Get the hell out of my office!" In the fourth episode, Mr. Todd got bored with this phrase and decided to start using a contestant's decision: "You're dismissed." By the next episode, though, he had apparently grown bored with that and switched back the original phrase. However, in the show's big twist, Todd isn't the one making the decisions. Instead, completely unknown to the contestants, the decision is made by a mystery boss whose identity is a complete secret. FOX promises, however, that when it is revealed, it will be a shocking, jaw-dropping twist. Given FOX's past record, it's probably rather lame and not at all jaw-dropping. At the end of the series, the remaining victim wins $250,000. The other victims win nothing.moreless
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    Saban's Diabolik

    Saban's Diabolik

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    Diabolik is a thief, the best thief in the world who is bent on bringing down his brothers crime syndicate the brotherhood (previously owned by his now deceased father 'King). With the help of his partner Eva Kant, Diabolik will do what whatever it takes to make sure the brotherhood is completely destroyed. But hot on his tail is Detective Ginko, who will do anything to catch the Notorious thief.moreless
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    The Moment of Truth

    The Moment of Truth

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    Sometimes when asked difficult personal questions, a little lie won't hurt. Unless you're on the game show The Moment of Truth, and your lie is detected by a lie detector test. Host Mark L. Walberg administers the questions already answered by contestants previous to the show's taping. The prize is $500,000, but will it be worth it? In season 1, 21 contestants answered 299 questions correctly, and 9 questions falsely, winning $1,300,000 in the process.moreless
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    Unan1mous

    Unan1mous

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    Fox's reality show Unan1mous takes nine contestants and locks them in bunker with no sun light, no outside contact, and not being able to know what time it is. Under these conditions they have to all decide unanimously who will get $1.5 million, but as they fail to make a unanimous decision the money goes down $1 every second and many twists and turns are thrown at them. The show didn't run for very long. Fox canceled it due to bad reviews.moreless
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    MLB World Series

    MLB World Series

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    Major League Baseball's Championship Series. Each year the American League Champion and the National League Champion meet in a best-of-seven series. Since 2003, the League that wins the July All-Star Game is awarded home field advantage and hosts Games 1, 2, 6 and 7, the latter two if necessary. The first World Series was played in 1903. The first televised World Series was played in 1947, which is the point at which this guide begins.
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    The editor would like to gratefully acknowledge Baseball-Reference.com, from which much of the historical box score and play-by-play information is derived. Additional sources of information are Retrosheet.org, Baseball-Almanac.com, Yahoo! Sports, and The Sporting News' 2007 Complete Baseball Record Book, online edition. The complete rosters, including the players who did not play in any games, are largely from the reference book The World Series: Complete Play-By-Play of Every Game, 1903-1989. This information could not be found anywhere on the else on the web. Information post-1989 was compiled from the Google News Archives.moreless
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    Gordon Ramsay: Cookalong Live

    Gordon Ramsay: Cookalong Live

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    Join Gordon Ramsay as he hosts a series of live cookalong shows on Channel 4, in which he attempts to prove that anyone can cook a tasty three course meal in under an hour.moreless
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    Guinness World Records: Primetime

    Guinness World Records: Primetime

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    A TV version of the popular book collecting the extremes of nature and human endeavors. Hosts Chris Collinsworth and Emmy award-winner Mark Thompson present a weekly look at the biggest, smallest, fastest and strangest of just about everything in the world. Guinness World Records: Primetime welcomes ordinary people to attempt extraordinary acts in order to earn their places in the record book. The series also features other types of record breakers – people who are unique, like the tallest man or the shortest twins. There is also a "Guinness Game" every week, during which viewers are asked to guess the answers to questions such as: What size is the world's largest shoe? or What country has the most cell phone users per capita?moreless
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    Sit Down, Shut Up

    Sit Down, Shut Up

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    Developed for American television by Mitchell Hurwitz (Arrested Development), Sit Down, Shut Up is based on the Australian show of the same name. Featuring animated characters against non-animated backgrounds, the show focuses on the lives and quirks of nine staffers of small town Knob Haven High School in Florida.moreless
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    The Dr. Keith Ablow Show

    The Dr. Keith Ablow Show

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    Dr Keith is a psychiatrist, author, husband and father who is bringing a different look on everyday problems that the audience faces. He is a graduate from Brown University and the Johns Hopkins Medical School. While he was still a medical student he wrote his first book. After he obtained his M.D., he continued to write, and published many self help books including, "How to Cope with Depression", "To Wrestle with Demons and Anatomy of a Psychiatric Illness." His goal is to help the guest stars and audiences with honest helpful information that helps them with every day troubles.moreless
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    Anchorwoman

    Anchorwoman

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    Billed as a comedy/reality hybrid, this offering from Fox takes a look into the life of buxom blonde Lauren Jones as she moves from LA to Tyler, Texas in an effort to transform herself from swimsuit model to news anchor of KYTX Channel 19. The Tyler news station's manager wants her to help turnaround his dismal ratings. But the current anchor/queen bee wants her to disappear. Find out if this blonde bombshell and former Miss New York can make it as a serious reporter.moreless
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    The Pitts

    The Pitts

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    The Pitts was a sitcom brought to you by former writers/producers of The Simpsons, Mike Scully & Julie Thacker. The show was received poorly by both the public and critics and was canceled after less than a month on the air.

    Sadly, less than a year after the show was canceled, show star, Kellie Waymire unexpectedly died of a undiagnosed cardiac arrhythmia.moreless
  • 119
    Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters

    Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters

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    When Joey wins a free trip for four, Yugi and his friends board a plane for a glamorous trip to India. But their hopes soon fade as their plane mysteriously crashes near an ancient pyramid. This pyramid turns out to be the portal to the world of Capsule Monsters! Now, armed with a Capsule Shooter, Yugi and his friends must take on the monsters that try to destroy them as well as complete the Five Trials so they can leave this strange world.moreless
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    Fastlane

    Fastlane

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    Fastlane follows two renegade cops, LAPD officer Van Ray (Peter Facinelli, The Inside) and former gang member now NYPD narcotics cop Deaqon Hayes (Bill Bellamy, Cousin Skeeter), as they go undercover to catch the most elite criminals in Los Angeles, while searching for the ones that killed Deaq's estranged brother and Van's partner, Andre. Led by their no-nonsense boss, LAPD Lieutenant Billie Chambers (Tiffani Thiessen, Beverly Hills, 90210), they have full access to The Candy Store, a downtown warehouse full of confiscated expensive goodies, such as Ducatis, Ferraris, and Rolexes. These 'fifty-one percent cops and forty-nine percent criminals' have the ultimate backstage pass to blend right into the glamorous world of high-stakes crime.moreless
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