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    Greed

    Greed

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    FOX (ended 2000)
    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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    Flint The Time Detective

    Flint The Time Detective

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    A class of young school students go on a fossil hunt. A pair of twins named Tony and Sara Goodman finds a fossil containing Flint and Rocky from the Stone Age. They take Flint and his father to their Uncle Bernie's lab at the Bureau of Time and Space. There, their there Uncle Bernie reverses the fossilization on Flint, but is unsuccessful on Rocky. Bernie turns Flint’s father into a giant hammer out of the stone he was fossilized in so that Flint can take his father wherever he goes. Flint is then admitted into the Bureau of Time and Space as a Time Detective with Tony, Sara, the pterodactyl-bot Pterry, and the Time-Shifter called Getalong that was fossilized with Flint. Flint and his friends are destined to save all Time-Shifters from the evil Petra Fina. Important Note: This is a guide for the English version only!! The cast guide does, however, include three seiyū (Japanese voice actors). These three are listed under their original Japanese names. Japanese Version Quick Guide Episodes: Space-Time Detective Genshi-kun (時空探偵ゲンシクン) aired from 1998 to 1999 in Japan and ran for 43 episodes. Characters: Genshi (ゲンシ) = Flint Hammerhead (dub) Sora Yamato (大和ソラ) = Sarah Goodman (dub) Tokio Yamato (大和トキオ) = Tony Goodman (dub) Professor Yamato (大和博士) = Dr. Bernard Goodman (dub) Rei Jinguji (神宮寺レイ) = Jillian Gray (dub) Dad-tan = Rocky Hammerhead (dub) Kyoichiro (京一郎) = Merlock Holmes (dub) Akira Aino (愛野 瞳) A.K.A. Time Pilfer Lady or T.P. Lady (TPレディ) = Ms. Iknow A.K.A. Petra Fina Dagmar (dub) Masked Man (仮面の方) = Dark Lord (dub)moreless
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    Celebrity Duets

    Celebrity Duets

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    FOX (ended 2006)
    Celebrity Duets was produced by Simon Cowell, who is best-known for his role in American Idol. Similar to Dancing with Celebrities, Celebrity Duets took established singing stars and paired them with with celebrities who were normally outside the music industry. On Thursday nights, the show followed the professional singers as they instructed their celebrity partners, chose songs and performed duets in front of a panel of judges and a live studio audience. Viewers voted on their favorites, and the results were revealed on a live Friday night episode. Contestants competed for charity.moreless
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    Saban's Diabolik

    Saban's Diabolik

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    FOX (ended 2001)
    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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    Renovate My Family

    Renovate My Family

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    FOX is making over America one family at a time with Renovate My Family. From fine-tuning each family member's personal appearance, to architectural face-lifts of the home, to "pimped-out" cars and even something special for the pets, nothing is left undone on this life-altering makeover series. "This is the most comprehensive makeover show ever on television," said Darnell. "Leaving no stone unturned, this crew of experts will literally change people's lives, taking on every member of the family. They'll transform sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, dogs, cars and will even strip a house down to studs if they have to." Hosted by best-selling author Jay McGraw, son of Dr. Phil McGraw, Renovate My Family is not just a home-improvement show – it's a life improvement program that visits families who have encountered some challenge along the way. Whether it be weight issues, physical disabilities or a home that is crumbling, Renovate My Family can overcome any obstacle, get families back on track and help them forge ahead toward their goals. A panel of makeover professionals – a stylist, an interior designer, a construction crew, and even experts to re-invent cars and pets – will help restore and redecorate the lives of families in need. McGraw spent his adolescence learning and living his father's "Life Strategies." Since he was 19, McGraw has been at the forefront of teen authorities, translating his father's philosophies into language teens can understand and enjoy. He is the author of The New York Times bestseller, "Life Strategies For Teens," and "Closing The Gap: A Strategy for Bringing Parents and Teens Together." His most recent best-selling book is "The Ultimate Weight Solution For Teens: The 7 Keys to Weight Freedom." Renovate My Family is from Rocket Science Laboratories, the producers of "Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy," "My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé" and "Joe Millionaire." Jean-Michel Michenaud, Chris Cowan and Ray Giuliani serve as executive producers. Janelle Fiorito serves as co-executive producer.moreless
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    Stargate: Infinity

    Stargate: Infinity

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    FOX (ended 2003)
    The animated action/adventure Stargate Infinity continues the saga of the men and women of Stargate Command as they travel the universe using the extraordinary powers of the mysterious Stargate portals. Stargate Infinity is the story of veteran Stargate explorer Major Gus Bonner and a group of young Air Force Academy cadets. Wrongly accused of treason, they must flee across the universe, pursued by a ferocious new alien enemy, the Tlak'khan - mercenaries working for the Nax'kan Council. The team must find a way to clear Gus' name and to protect the mysterious Draga -- a strange alien being who may be the key to unlocking the ultimate secrets of the Stargate and of the Ancients who built them. Aired as education TV, most episodes come complete with a nifty kids' message! Stargate:Infinity was released on a 4 disc, 600 minute DVD set con taining all episodes from the whole animated series. This was released on May 13, 2008. The DVD set was produced by Shout Factory.moreless
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    Normal, Ohio

    Normal, Ohio

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    "Talented comic actor John Goodman returns to series television in this new half-hour comedy that puts a unique twist on family relations. "Goodman stars as William "Butch" Gamble, a beer-drinking, sports-loving Midwesterner who happens to be gay. Butch has decided to leave the liberal city of Los Angeles and return to his Ohio hometown--filled with less tolerant family members. His top priority is making amends with his son, Charlie. In the meantime, he's shacking up with his kid sister, Pamela. There are definitely no comforts of home -- unless you count the warmhearted bickering!" (FOX press release) Originally titled Don't Ask, this home-spun comedy lost just about everything from its original pilot -- except for stars Goodman and Greg Pitts. It even lost its originally announced time slot (Wednesday 8:00), as the people at FOX decided it wasn't good enough to lead off a night. When the reworked series premiered under the uninspiring title, Normal, Ohio, it still managed to perform well for the network, but was unceremoniously cancelled after just six airings -- after Goodman's People's Choice Award win for Favorite Male Performer in a New Television Show. This was because Normal's production company, Carsey-Werner-Mandabach, had another pilot in contention at FOX, Grounded for Life, and that show happened to be cheaper. Rubbing salt in the wound, the former FOX head who canned Normal, Ohio, Sandy Grushow, later "borrowed" its original title for his first pilot.moreless
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    Banzai

    Banzai

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    Banzai became a cult TV classic when it originally aired on Channel 4 in Britain, is the ultimate comedic interactive betting show. BANZAI challenges the audience with a series of practical jokes, unpredictable stunts and hilarious gags and encourages viewers to bet each other on the final outcome.

    The show is hosted by MR. BANZAI, a mysterious figure who is like an enigma wrapped within a conundrum. He oversees most of the bets on the show and is considered to be somewhat of a judge in all matters BANZAI. The show also features a wild cast of BANZAI characters who host the bizarre scenarios. These include: CHEEKY CHAPPY, the lovable rogue who dreams of one day creating the perfect Naked Lady Gamble; LADY ONE QUESTION, the intrepid interviewer who simply asks celebrities a question, then does absolutely nothing; and MR. SHAKE HANDS MAN, who has perfected the science of handshaking as he tries to see how long he can shake hands with celebrities before they pull away.

    BANZAI contains footage previously aired in the UK version of the show. However, because it was feared Americans would not be able to recognize British celebrities, new segments were filmed in the USA featuring more-common American celebrities. Also, some of BANZAI's more outrageous skits, usually involving nudity and body parts, won't air on FOX.

    BANZAI is a wild and irreverent romp that cuts through the wide sea of traditional television. Viewers at home can wager with friends and family to discover who can best predict the very unpredictable outcomes.

    When the show aired on FOX, viewers are also able to bet on the outcomes of the segments on the official BANZAI website at FOX.com or use their wireless text messaging systems. All players receive digital prizes such as screensavers, wallpapers, system sounds, icons, etc.

    In late February 2004, Comedy Central bought the rights to the short-lived FOX series and planned on airing the show Thursdays at 10:30 pm beginning March 2004. The deal included the broadcast rights to all 10 produced installments (four of which never aired on FOX) as well as the option to produce new episodes. Though the show never did well in the ratings on FOX, Comedy Central executives were reportedly impressed by its performance in several key male demographics. The show ran for only five episodes on Comedy Central, until is was pulled for reruns of Insomniac with Dave Attell. The unaired episodes were never broadcast on Comedy Central.

    Show Type: Interactive/Game Show

    First Telecast: July 13, 2003 Last Telecast: August 17, 2003

    Episodes: 10 Episodes (4 Unaired)

    FOX Broadcast History July 2003 --- Sundays 8:30 pm August 2003 --- Sundays 7:30 pmmoreless
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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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    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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    My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé

    My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé

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    The six episode program, whose high-level concept can probably best be described as "What If Joe Schmo Got Married?", features what FOX terms "the ultimate practical joke" being sprung on an unsuspecting would-be reality show contestant. The contestant, Randi Coy, a 23-year-old first grade teacher from Scottsdale, Arizona who believes she is participating in a reality show in which she and her fake fellow contestant "fiancé" must convince their families that they became engaged on another fake as-of-yet unbroadcast reality show. If they can convince everyone of the legitimacy of their engagement and make it through the engagement party, the wedding planner visits, the best friends and family introductions, the bridal shower, the rehearsal dinner and actually the walk down the aisle without anyone discovering the truth, she wins $1,000,000. The catch is that unbeknownst to Randi, Steve (Steven W. Bailey),the other reality contestant who is pretending to be her fiancé, is actually a paid actor, as are all his friends and family. And the big fat obnoxious "Prince-not-so-Charming" and his fellow actors will test the limits of Randi's family and friends with their shocking behavior.moreless
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    Cedric the Entertainer Presents

    Cedric the Entertainer Presents

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    FOX premiered this comedy/variety show following "King of Comedy" Bernie Mac's show. Cedric The Entertainer Presents has been described as a throwback to the original television variety shows mixed with current humor. It lasted one season. It was announced to be a part of the 2003-2004 season with the episodes that had already been produced but had yet to air, but Fox never aired these episodes. The entire series is available on DVD.moreless
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    Ultimate Muscle

    Ultimate Muscle

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    FOX (ended 2007)
    Ultimate Muscle: The Kinnikuman Legacy, known in Japan as Kinnikuman Nisei (ƒLƒ““÷ƒ}ƒ“‡U¢), is a manga and anime series made by Yoshinori Nakai and Takashi Shimada under the pen name Yudetamago (Japanese for 'Boiled Egg'). It is the sequel to the hit manga Kinnikuman that they started in 1979. The toy line of Kinnikuman was released in North America as M.U.S.C.L.E.moreless
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    The Jury

    The Jury

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    The Jury puts a twist on the typical courtroom drama by focusing the action on what transpires behind the locked door of the jury deliberation room. Those scenes are intercut with flashbacks of testimony and crime footage which reveal the facts of the case, and ultimately, after the verdict is reached, the events of the actual crime.moreless
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    Married by America

    Married by America

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    Married By America, FOX's unscripted reality series from the creators of the hit series Joe Millionaire, follows five singles who put their trust in the American viewing public to play matchmaker. These men and women and their potential spouses are successful in every aspect of their lives, except at finding a mate by conventional means. With the help of the viewers and relationship experts, five potential mates were handpicked for each of these men and women, however, they weren't able to meet before their engagement. Their friends and family members served to analyze each of these potential partners, discuss their lives, interests and intentions, and winnow them down. Then, the home audience was given the opportunity to weigh in and vote by phone to make the final decision as to which of these partners were the perfect match. Once face-to- face, the new couples embarked on a journey toward matrimony in hopes that they had indeed found their one true love. FOX BROADCAST HISTORY March 2004 to April 2004 - Mondays @ 9:00pm (Presented in Fox Widescreen)moreless
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    Life on a Stick

    Life on a Stick

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    This series from Victor Fresco (Andy Richter Controls the Universe) centers on several teen characters who work and hang out at the mall food court. There is 18-year-old, optimistic-but-not-ambitious Laz (Zachary Knighton, The Prince and Me); his 16-year-old angst-ridden and angry stepsister, Molly (Saige Thompson, 10-8: Officers on Duty); Laz's best friend Fred (Charlie Finn, Super Troopers); and Laz's new girlfriend Lily (Rachelle Lefevre, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow). Home base for Laz and Molly is a blended family formed by the marriage of Laz's dad, Rick (Matthew Glave, The Wedding Singer), and Molly's mom, Michelle (Amy Yasbeck, The Mask). Rick and Molly love all of their children, but they are particularly obsessed with the only product of their union together: the sweet, perfect and wise 8-year-old Gus (Frankie Ryan Manriquez). Laz and Fred both 18, have been friends forever. Just out of high school, and unsure what they want to do with their lives, they take jobs at a mall food court, at the lame "Yippee, Hot Dogs" run by the always yelling Mr.Hut (Maz Jobrani). There, Laz meets the girl of his dreams, the lovely and strong-willed Lily. Optimistic but not ambitious, Laz cuts a deal with his well-meaning but superficial dad Rick and equally superficial stepmom Michelle which allows Laz to continue living rent-free at home. All Laz has to do is keep an eye on his stepsister (Michelle's daughter), the angry, angst-ridden, 16-year-old Molly. Michelle and Rick hope that Laz will help socialize Molly and get her on the right track with the boy she likes - the sweet and very honest Jasper. Rounding out the family is the perfect and wise 8-year-old Gus, the only product of Rick and Michelle's union and the object of their obsession. At the whim of writer/executive producer Victor Fresco, these people are now getting a taste of LIFE ON A STICK. LIFE ON A STICK is created, written and executive-produced by Victor Fresco and co-executive-produced by Maggie Bandur, Michael Ross, Michael Teverbaugh and Miriam Trogdon. Adam Chase is the consulting producer. LIFE ON A STICK is produced by: Garfield Grove Productions, & Paramount Television CTV/Fox Broadcast History Series Premiere: March 24th, 2005......Thursday 9:30/8:30c March 28th, 2005 - present......Wednesdays 9:30/8:30c Special Presentation: April 27th......Wednesday 8:30/7:30c (Simulcast in HDTV)moreless
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    The Simple Life: Interns

    The Simple Life: Interns

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    Simple Life Interns is a reality series that follows socialites Paris Hilton and Nicole Ritchie as they travel around the East Coast to work at various companies as interns. On this third season of Simple Life, the girls do not have access to a driver or their own vehicle. Instead, Paris and Nicole travel around in a no-frills fashion: on the Greyhound Bus. The pair begin their journey in New Jersey, where they stay with the Brower family and work at an auto repair shop. After crashing several customers’ cars, the girls move on to a new internship as secretaries, where even simple Xeroxing proves to be a disaster. Paris and Nicole intern at many different places, including an airline, a bakery, a mortuary, a nursing home, and even a fire station! They complete their journey at a dental office in Tennessee, where the patients receive more than a simple teeth cleaning! Simple Life: Interns premiered on January 26th, 2005. The third season marked the last months of Paris and Nicole’s friendship before they “broke-up” temporarily.moreless
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    Dinozaurs

    Dinozaurs

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    This animated series, a mix of traditional 2-D cel animation for the human characters, and 3-D computer generated animation for the Dino-warriors themselves, was produced by the Japanese animation studio Sunrise (who also produced Mobile Suit Gundam, Cowboy Bebop, Escaflowne and many, many more) in 2000. The original Japanese version of the DinoZaurs toyline was called Dinozone, and was first released in Japan in November 1998 by Bandai. The original version of the storyline had the heroic Dinosoldiers fighting the evil Deatheaters for possession of the Earth's life-force. The original series was written by Yasuko Kobayashi (I My Me! Strawberry Eggs, Yu-Gi-Oh!), Shin Koshida and Hiroaki Kitajima (Escaflowne) from a story by Hajime Yatate. The show also had its 3-D creatures designed by Kunio Okawara (Gatchaman, Betterman, Brave Series, Gundam, L-Gaim, SPT Layzner, Tekkaman, Votoms) and was directed by Kiyoshi Fukumoto. In early 1999, Bandai announced that the line would be brought over to the U.S. and renamed DinoZaurs. The U.S. version portrayed the heroic Dino Knights (prehistoric warriors given the power to transform by the ancients) led by Dino Tyranno (although his U.S. toy name was Dino T-Rex), waging a battle to destroy the evil forces of the Dragozaurs, led by the maniacal Diamond Ryugu. In the U.S. (and Japan), the show was seen as a natural rival to the more famous Hasbro/Takara toyline of Beast Wars: Transformers, resulting in a watered-down replay of the rivalry between Bandai's Go-Bots and the original Transformers in the mid-1980s. The T.V. show began broadcasting in mid-2000, but was pulled from the schedules later that year, resulting the last six episodes being unaired in the U.S. These remaining episodes have however been aired several times on Fox Kids in the U.K., and in a few other countries.moreless
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    Wanda at Large

    Wanda at Large

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    Comedian and actress, Wanda Sykes stars as Wanda Hawkins, a single woman and struggling standup comic, who suddenly finds herself in the spotlight she craves, when she is hired as an on-air correspondent on a local Washington D.C. political talk show. Her best friend and segment producer Keith (Dale Godboldo) is thrilled that Wanda has joined the ranks of the employed. One problem though, her mouthy, tell-it-like-it-is style infuriates the shows button-down moderators Bradley (Phil Morris) and Rita (Ann Magnuson). However, for the station manager, Roger (Jason Kravitz), Wanda is exactly what he needs to shake up these conservative political pundits. At home, Wanda must deal with her no-nonsense sister-in-law and neighbor, Jenny (Tammy Lauren) who, after the death of her husband, is raising her two children on her own, Barris (Robert Bailey Jr.) and Holly (Jurnee Smollett), with a little unsolicited advice from Wanda. FOX Broadcast History March 2003 - April 2003: Wednesdays 9:30/8:30C August 2003 - August 2003: Fridays 8:30/7:30C September 2003 - October 2003: Fridays 8:00/7:00C October 2003 - November 2003: Fridays 8:00/7:00C and 8:30/7:30C Show Information Show Type: FOX Situation Comedy First Telecast: March 26, 2003 Last Telecast: November 7, 2003 Also see: Wanda Does Itmoreless
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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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