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    Freakylinks

    Freakylinks

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    FOX (ended 2001)
    Derek Barnes runs the Freakylinks.com website, which he took over when his twin brother, Adam, committed suicide. The website is dedicated to uncovering the hidden and often dark and scary truths behind urban legends and the paranormal. After receiving strange messages related to Adam, Derek begins to search for clues to how and why his brother died. He and the Freakylinks team investigate the reasons behind Adam's death while hunting down stories for the website, and their weekly exploits bring them in contact with the "weird, the unusual, the occult, the paranormal, and the just plain silly".
    Freakylinks was a horror/comedy/drama brought to us by the people who made The Blair Witch Project, and like that hit movie it also had a "reality hacking" website that was designed to look just like the site on the show (it is no longer officially online, but is available as a "portfolio" on Haxan's site). "Freakylinks.com" became one of the most active sites on the web before the series even aired, but all those hits did not translate into good ratings for the show. The series was put on hiatus more than once, but luckily FOX aired all 13 episodes before canceling it.moreless
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    Greg the Bunny

    Greg the Bunny

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    Can puppets and humans live side by side? In the world of Greg the Bunny, they can. Set in Hollywood, land of movie stars and struggling actors of all fabrics, Greg the Bunny (Dan Milano), a squeaky-voiced rabbit puppet, longs to live the high life -- one where he's got a job or something. Greg's best friend and roommate, Jimmy Bender (Seth Green), is a slacker -- not to mention a human. Jimmy's father, Gil (Eugene Levy), is the blunt and perpetually nervous executive producer/director of the low-budget (and low-rated) children's show, Sweetknuckle Junction. A cross between Sesame Street and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Sweetknuckle mixes the fun of trains with the joy of letters and numbers, and is brought to you by the human co-stars, Junction Jack (Bob Gunton), the conductor, and Dottie Sunshine (Dina Waters), the helper, with funding provided by the puppet co-stars, Professor Ape (Dan Milano), the scholarly monkey, and Count Blah (Drew Massey), the counting vampire. Off-camera, Jack is a gun-toting menace to society; Dottie, an insecure space cadet; Warren Demontague (as the professor is known in real life), a pretentious, sloppy drunk; and Count Blah, a Romanian widower who ends just about every sentence with "blah" and may or may not have stolen his act from The Count... but the kids watching at home didn't know any of that. Sometimes on hand are two more puppet actors, Susan the Monster (James Murray), a masculine, human-sized, shaggy, blue beast, who happens to be a woman, and Tardy Turtle (Victor Yerrid), who's slow in more ways than one. When fate steps in and hands Greg the starring role on the series, Greg's dreams of working outside of March come true. While not as glamorous, Jimmy finds a steady job himself, when his father makes him a production assistant. Overseeing all their actions on the set is the network's brand new executive, Alison Kaiser (Sarah Silverman), a penny-pinching PBS transplant, whose calculated goal of improving the sagging ratings puts her at odds with the cast and crew. Yet, underneath it all, the one thing she secretely wants is their approval. Thrust into this dysfunctional family, Greg gives it his all to save Sweetknuckle Junction from the constant threat of cancellation. Mixing live action and puppetry, Greg The Bunny is based on characters and concepts from the Independent Film Channel series of short films. They grew out of Junktape, the super-low-budget half-hour show produced by Spencer Chinoy and Dan Milano for New York City public access in 1997.
    Theme Song Lyrics We can sing and dance and we don’t need pants See, we’re just like you We’ve got regular jobs just with low door knobs See, we’re just like you Yes, we graduate from Harvard Tardy: At the head of my class! But if you take sobriety Warren: I may not pass There’s no strings attached There’s no hand up my (horn sound) We’re Just like you
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    Escaflowne

    Escaflowne

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    Episodes: 26 colored half-hour episodes, 1 movie Age Rating: Teenagers (May contain bloody violence, bad language, nudity) Genres: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Mecha, Romance, Shoujo High school student Hitomi is transported from Earth to the magical world of Gaea, where she meets boy prince Van Fanel, and is caught up in his quest to unite the countries of Gaea against the ominous Zaibach empire. On the way, she discovers an hidden ability and strives to unravel layers of mystery surrounding Van, his past, and the giant machine known as Escaflowne. Opening Song: "Yakusoku wa Iranai" by Maaya Sakamoto Ending Song: "Mystic Eyes" by Hiroki WadaCHARACTERS. Hitomi Kanzaki: Height: 5'3" Weight: 97lbs Hair: Brown Eyes: Green Age: 15 Origin: Earth Hitomi is about as normal as Japanese teenage girls go with a best friend named Yukari, a spot on the high school track team, and a crush on the team's star sprinter. However, her spirited earnestness and fascination in fortune-telling (especially tarot readings and dowsing) sets her apart. Years ago, her grandmother gave her a set of tarot cards and an unusual red pendant which, along with her enigmatic visions, play a pivotal role her adventures on Earth as well as on Gaea. Van Fanel: Height: 5'5" Weight: 112lbs Hair: Black Eyes: Brown Age: 15 Origin: Fanelia Guymelef: Escaflowne The brash young half-draconian king of Fanelia who must learn to cope with drastic changes in his life after Fanelia was destroyed by Zaibach. He pilots Escaflowne, a mystical armour, to which he is connected by blood. His destiny and Hitomi's are linked. He pilots the Ispano Guymelef Escaflowne after which the series is named. He has angel wings which allow him to fly. Allen Schezar: Height: 6' Weight: 150lbs Hair: Blonde Eyes: Blue Age: 21 Origin: Asturia Guymelef: Scherazade The gallant knight of Asturia who seems to provide a foil for Van and a second potential love interest for Hitomi. He lost his younger sister, Celena, his father disappeared, and mother died shortly afterwards when he was a child. While he captures the heart of Princess Millerna of Asturia, he is a noted womanizer. He's a member of the Knight Caeli, Asturia's elite knights. A gifted (yet rebellious) swordsman at a young age, he became one of the most skilled swordsmen of Gaea under the expert tutelage of Balgus of Fanelia. Merle: Height: 5' Weight: 66lbs Hair: Pink Eyes: Brown Age: 13 Origin: Fanelia A cat-girl and childhood friend of Van. She is jealous of Van's increasingly close relationship with Hitomi, but eventually sees that Hitomi means no harm to Van and warms up to her. An orphan, she has since devotedly followed Van. Millerna Aston: Height: 5'6" Weight: 110lbs Hair: Blonde Eyes: Blue Age: 15 Origin: Asturia The third princess of the kingdom of Asturia who is in love with Allen Schezar, though she is betrothed to the merchant, Dryden Fassa. Millerna's ambition was once to become a doctor but was forced to give up her medical studies by her second sister, Eries. Her eldest sister, Marlene, is deceased and was once the wife of Duke Freid and the mother of the Duke's son, Chid. Dryden Fassa: Height: 6'2" Weight: 165lbs Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown Origin: Asturia A knowledgeable, successful, and generous merchant who is also a part-time scholar. He is engaged to Millerna through his father Meiden, a friend of Asturia's king. He's perceptive and open-minded and well aware that Millerna is in love with Allen. Bornkirk: Height: n/a Weight: n/a Hair: White Eyes: Brown Age: 200+ Origin: Earth The leader of Zaibach and main antagonist of the series. He is said to be the equivalent of two hundred Earth years old and is hinted to be Isaac Newton (although this is debatable). He continually tries to see into the future with his destiny prognostication machine to create an ideal future for Gaea by unlocking the secrets of Atlantis, which Hitomi's visions of the future and Van's connection to Escaflowne continually interfere with. His idea of an ideal future is the creation of a "zone of absolute fortune", in which everyone's dreams would come true. However, it is that very power that destroyed Atlantis in the first place. Folken Fanel: Height: 6'3" Weight: 208lbs Hair: Blue Eyes: Brown Age: 25 Origin: Fanelia The Strategos (Japanese gunji or "tactician") of Zaibach, Folken is revealed to be Van's older brother and the original heir to Fanelia. He, like Van, is half Draconian and thus he also has angel wings. He originally joined Zaibach in hopes of realizing Zaibach's ideals of world free of war, but is later disillusioned and defects to those who fight Zaibach. His wings turn black, a sure sign that his life is coming to an end. As it does when he travels back to Zaibach to confront Dornkirk. Although Draconians have a long lifespan, Dornkirk's experiments have left their toll. In the earlier episodes of the series Folken is referred to as Strategos, which is the rank of Imperial advisor to Dornkirk.Countries and places: Gaea - A mystical world in the sky that Hitomi visits and where the series takes place. Earth can be seen as a moon in the sky. It was created by the Atlantians. Mystic Moon - This is what the residents of Gaea call Earth. It has a reputation for being a cursed place among the people of Gaea. It appears as though the people of Gaea know nothing about what the Earth really is, although Hitomi is hinted (and later shown) not to be the first person to come to Gaea from Earth. Fanelia - A small kingdom in Gaea ruled by the Fanel family of which Van is king. It is demolished by Zaibach near the beginning of the series and it rebuilt at the very end of the series. Fanelia bears some similarities to feudal-era Japan. Asturia - A major kingdom in Gaea that was initially allied with Zaibach before leading an alliance against them. The country is a monarchy and it's greatest warriors are known as the "Knights of Caeli". Asturia bears some resemblance to Renaissance-era Venice. Freid - A duchy in Gaea that is ruled by the Freid family. It has an ancient artifact that Dornkirk needs to complete his plan to revive the power of Atlantis. This artifacts draws the attention of Zaibach who invades Freid. Freid is said to have been based on Thailand. Zaibach - A large powerful nation ruled by Dornkirk that possesses very advanced technology. They seek to create a new era of peace by controlling the world and are led by Dornkirk. Zaibach is similar to Industrial Revolution-era England. Atlantis - An ancient, mysterious civilization on Earth that was destroyed after its inhabitants created a device to turn human will into energy. The few survivors are known as "Draconians" and live on Gaea, although it is unknown how many Draconians are left. Most of the main characters of the show visit the ruins of Atlantis late in the series.moreless
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    Skin

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    A modern-day Romeo and Juliet set against an adult film industry backdrop. The daughter of a porn industry mogul falls in love with the son of a district attorney, whose quest is to take down the porn king. SKIN is the story of two young lovers, desperate to be together, but who have two warring families who will do anything to keep them apart, and almost anything to destroy each other. ADAM (D. J. COTRONA), a 17-year-old Latino from east L.A., meets JEWEL (OLIVIA WILDE), 16, a wealthy, beautiful Westside girl, at a party. They fall for each other, passionately, purely, and completely, before they realize that their parents are at "war." Adam's Latina mother LAURA (RACHEL TICOTIN), a judge, and Anglo father TOM (KEVIN ANDERSON, "Nothing Sacred"), the Los Angeles District Attorney, are prominent members of the city's judicial system. And, at the moment, Tom happens to be investigating and prosecuting Jewel's father, LARRY (RON SILVER), the most successful producer of adult entertainment in Los Angeles. SKIN is about sex and race. SKIN is about politics. And most of all SKIN is about skin: complexion, beauty, desire, attraction, obsession, and prejudice in contemporary Los Angeles.moreless
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    Quintuplets

    Quintuplets

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    Created by Mark Reisman ("Frasier") and starring Andy Richter ("Andy Richter Controls the Universe")and Rebecca Creskoff ("Greetings From Tucson", The Practice)'Quintuplets' is a quirky ensemble comedy about the trials and tribulations of two parents raising 15-year-old quintuplets in a three-bedroom home. Torn between their dependence on one another, and the need to have individuality, the quints must deal with the problems of living their teenage years as one of five. There's Parker, the jock, Pearce, the weird one, Patton (Ryan Pinkston "Punk'd"), the little guy, Paige, the ditz, and Penny, the bitter one.moreless
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    Canterbury's Law

    Canterbury's Law

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    Canterbury's Law follows a passionate female defense attorney, Elizabeth Canterbury, who pushes the envelope to protect her innocent clients.
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    The Wedding Bells

    The Wedding Bells

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    The Wedding Bells tells the story of three young sisters who inherit the family business -- otherwise known as The Wedding Palace. The show centres on this family owned wedding planning business that supposedly sees that its clients live happily ever after, or at least until the honeymoon!

    The Wedding Bells was produced by 20th Century FOX Television in association with David E. Kelley Productions (creator of Ally McBeal, Boston Legal and The Practice),and distributed by the FOX Television Network. The series was given a 13 episode initial order by Fox but that was cut short to only 7 episodes due to poor ratings and thus the show was suddenly cancelled really before it ever got going.moreless
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    Faceless

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    This intense drama follows a former federal prosecutor working on his own to bring down an immense organized crime ring.
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    The Winner

    The Winner

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    A 43 year old narrator, who is incredibly rich and successful. Looks all the way back to 1994. When he lost his innocence and started to become a man - at the age of 32. In 1994 Glen Abbott (Rob Corddry), still living with his parents, finally steps out into the world and tries to make something of himself when the only girl he'd ever kissed, the radiant Alison McKellar (Erinn Hayes), returns to town. Driven by the desire to become a success and win Alison's heart, Glen goes through his "wonder years" a mere 20 years older than, well most everyone. However, it's not in vain, as this unlikely underdog will eventually transform from fear-riddled underachiever to the richest man in Buffalo in a mere five years. Luckily, Glen doesn't have to go though this awkward period alone. He becomes best friends with the only person he can truly relate to: Alison's 13-year-old son Josh (Keir Gilchrist). Josh is also fellow hypochondriac, and they help each other survive "puberty". Glen also receives parental guidance from his absurdly enabling mother Irene (Linda Hart) and his supportive but quasi rage-a-holic dad Ron (Lenny Clarke).moreless
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    If You Lived Here, You'd Be Home By Now

    If You Lived Here, You'd Be Home By Now

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    Jennifer Coolidge (Bobbie Morganstern on "Joey") has booked the final principal role in the comedy pilot, about a diverse group of people who live at a temporary housing complex in Los Angeles. She'll play the mother of Zac Efron's character in the project. Her character, Sherry, is described in the casting notice as follows: "Mid 30s-early 40s. Sherry is a fun, impulsive single mom with a flair for the dramatic. She has raised her sixteen years old son, Cody, all by herself, and has worked hard to give him everything he could ask for and more; he has no idea that she has made her living as stripper, and she would die before letting him find out. She is fiercely protective of him, but also close enough in age-both literally and emotionally to be his friend. Fun and adventurous, she's full of big dreams and infectious optimism." While not specified, Coolidge's involvement is likely in second position to her duties on "Joey." Boris Kodjoe, Cameron Richardson, Reg Rogers and Michael Simpson also star in the CBS Paramount Network Television-based half-hour, which Peter Lauer is directing from a script by creators Ted Cohen and Andrew Reich.moreless
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    Fitness Corner

    Fitness Corner

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    Innovative, sexy dance moves and energetic dance beats are the focus of this enticing excersize program. Get your groove on, break a sweat and have some fun!
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    Up Late with Stewie and Brian

    Up Late with Stewie and Brian

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    Stewie and Brian of Family Guy take over the night with their very own talk show which is a parody of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. This show is airing online.moreless
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    Head Cases

    Head Cases

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    From writer-producers Bill Chais ("The Practice") and Jeff Rake ("Boston Legal") "Head Cases" centers on a successful lawyer who has a nervous breakdown and teams up with a mentally disturbed lawyer with an anger problem. Together, the two represent people with all kinds of issues, not just legal ones.moreless
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    The Kids from Room 402

    The Kids from Room 402

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    Welcome to Room 402, where the kids are wild and the teachers are just as unruly. Rich kids, dumb kids, popular kids... Miss Graves' class has the lot and they're always up to something.moreless
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    This Week in Baseball

    This Week in Baseball

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    Now in its 34th season, This Week in Baseball, is one of the longest-running sports series on television.
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    Greed

    Greed

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    Greedis a high-stakes quiz show where five contestants work both as a team and against each other to win a jackpot of up to $2 million by answering multiple-choice and multiple-answer questions. One wrong answer disqualifies the entire team from the grand prize and causes everyone to forfeit their winnings. Individual contestants can be eliminated through Terminator challenges (explained later). Joining the "Team of Greed" Each new game begins with a pool of six contestants. Host Woolery poses a question with a numerical answer (e.g., "In inches, what's the length of the longest 1999 Cadillac model?"). Each contestant enters in his/her response. The player who has the correct, or closest, answer is named the team captain. The second-closest answer is ranked No. 2, and so on to the fifth-closest response; ties are broken by speed of response, and the contestant having the sixth-closest response is returned to the contestant pool. The five players make up the "Team of Greed," and begin the two-level climb up the "Tower of Greed" for the $2 million jackpot. The "Tower of Greed" – Level 1 In the first level of the game, each of the underling players is asked one question apiece, with the fifth-place player going first; each correct answer raises the pot by $25,000. The first two questions have four possible answers, while the third and fourth have five choices. After the player gives his answer to his/her question, the team captain can accept it or reject it and replace it with one of the remaining answers. After the fourth question, worth $100,000, the team captain may elect to stop (and split the winnings), or continue to the next stage of the game. At this point, a Terminator sound is heard. A player is selected at random, and he/she may choose to keep his/her team intact or take $10,000 (which is kept, regardless of the outcome) and challenge one of the teammates to a one-question, elimination-style showdown, in which the winner takes the loser's share of the final winnings. If the team captain loses the Terminator, the challenger becomes the new team captain. The "Tower of Greed" – Level 2 The next four questions have four correct answers, with the following prize structure: $200,000; $500,000; $1 million; and $2 million. The team is read the question and – depending on the question – shown between six and nine possible answers. (Sample question: "Which of these car models were marketed by American Motors?" Possible answers: Ambassador, Gremlin, Hornet, Imperial, Javelin and LeBaron). The team captain is given a free one-time use token, which they can use on any of the questions to eliminate one incorrect answer. One at a time, starting with the lowest-ranked player and rotating to the captain, each player selects one answer. After all four answers have been given, the team captain can reject any of the responses (even his own) and replace them with one of the remaining choices. Woolery then reveals each answer, one at a time. After three correct answers are given, the team captain is offered a bundle of cash (a $20,000 split for the $200,000 question) to stop, or risk the team's winnings to that point. If all the answers provided are correct, they are again given the option to continue. The team captain can, after hearing the category of the next question, elect to stop and split the winnings, or risk everything on the next question. Before each question, the Terminator sound is heard, the selected player is given the option to challenge as described above. The bigger-money questions offer larger buyouts ($50,000, and $75,000 plus new Jaguar sedans). Also, if three or fewer players remain, the team captain can delegate one of his/her teammate(s) to select the remaining answer(s). If the team is still in contention for the grand prize after the $1 million question, each player can stop and take their winnings thus far, or go for the final $2 million question. As with the first stage of the game, an incorrect answer at any time not only ends that team's chances for the jackpot, but causes everyone to lose all their "Tower of Greed" winnings (anything won through Terminator challenges is kept, however). This was Fox's effort to cash in on the resurgence in big-money game shows, which was due in large part to ABC's Who Wants to be a Millionaire?. Repeats of Greed can been seen on GSN most evenings.moreless
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    F-Zero: GP Legend

    F-Zero: GP Legend

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    The year is 2201 and across the universe rabid fans flock to F-Zero tracks everywhere. The prizes are enormous and the stakes grow even higher when the outlaws compete to win … at any cost. But the Elite Mobile Task Force, a team of high-risk racers, stands at the ready. Driven by a need for speed and a thirst for victory, the Task Force is determined to keep the prize money out of evil hands by defeating the menacing Black Shadow and bringing peace to the entire galaxy.moreless
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    Happy Hour

    Happy Hour

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    Henry Beckman had the perfect life, a great job, a perfect girlfriend and a sweet apartment - until Henry gets dumped by Heather, the girl he thought was "the one," and he is now thrown into an apartment with a man who has his own surreal opinions on life and women, his new roommate, Larry Cone. Henry begins to rebuild his life and now want to find himself a job and a new love. The show had an original production run of thirteen episodes, of which only four episodes aired before it was cancelled. There were three completed episodes that were ready to be aired that FOX never aired.moreless
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    TALKSHOW with Spike Feresten

    TALKSHOW with Spike Feresten

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    Emmy-nominated comic Spike Feresten has just splashed down into the seething, shark-infested ocean that is late-night talk TV. TALKSHOW with Spike Feresten is 30 hot minutes of comedy-infused talk, punctuated with sketches and the occasional bold excursion onto the street. Passers-by, celebrity guests, and even the show's staff are all fair game in Feresten's endless mission to inform and amuse.moreless
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    Outnumbered

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    A FOX comedy about parenting, this project is based on a BBC production of the same name. Three children overwhelm their two parents with responsibility.
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