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    Sam & Max Freelance Police

    Sam & Max Freelance Police

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    FOX (ended 1998)
    Sam and Max is about a dog and a rabbity thing. That's what you would think when you first see it. Then you would notice that the dog is six feet tall and dresses like a Canine Columbo. You would also take note that the rabbit is 3 feet tall and wears nothing but a manic grin. These bizarre creatures are Sam and Max, the Freelance Police. Getting their orders in the form of brief, cryptic phone calls from the Commissioner, a man who they have never met but is the duo's only contact with any real government agency, Sam and Max battle evil villains everywhere from the moon to the past to their back yard. They are assisted by The Geek, a teenage genius who lives in Sam and Max's Sub-Basement of Solitude. Throughout all of their battles and quests, Sam and Max's own style of humor, although zany and weird, allows them to make it in what they do. But, why, oh, why, did FOX cancel this? I think TeleToon still has repeats. Also BBCKids, I think. I have purposely left the episode synopses vague due to the convoluted nature of this show and as to not give too many of the jokes. I could added more detailed summary in the recap area, if requested.moreless
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    Opposite Sex

    Opposite Sex

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    FOX (ended 2000)
    Jed, Phil, and Cary are the only boys at Evergreen Academy, creating a lot of awkward moments and sexist remarks.

    Miranda is the girl of Jed's dreams, but there's a problem, she is a junior, and she has a boyfriend.

    Kate is interested in Jed, but he must decide between Miranda and her...

    Phil is the smartest, he always has a plan, but they just never work.

    Cary is the ladies' man, the reason why he and Stella don't get along, she's a feminist, and she would do anything possible to make him go away.moreless
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    Herman's Head

    Herman's Head

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    FOX (ended 1994)
    Herman Brooks is an aspiring writer working as a fact-checker for a magazine publisher. While dealing with life in the Big Apple, his inner thoughts and feelings are played out by four characters representing: His intellect, his fear, his sensitivity, and his lust. Herman's "outer world" consists of a trivia-trove of a boss, two female co-workers, one mouse-ish and the other a snobbish social-climbing bombshell, and a best friend who's both a successful writer, a sexist pig, and an all-around fun guy. Every episode we get to see Herman get through the many crises in his life with everything going on inside his head.moreless
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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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    FOX (ended 2006)
    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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    FOX (ended 2001)
    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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    Gotham

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    Explores the origin stories of Commissioner James Gordon.  He is still a detective but he has yet to meet Batman and the villains who made Gotham City so famous.
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    WMAC Masters

    WMAC Masters

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    FOX (ended 2003)
    This show is all about the Martial Arts and features World Martial Arts Council superstars competing in matches to win Ki Symbols. Once a superstar has earned ten Ki Symbols they earn their first degree Dragon Belt and earn the right to challenge the champion and holder of the Dragon Star. Every WMAC Master follows the "Code of the Dragon Star" which has eight tenets: Respect, Confidence, Wisdom, Honor, Compassion, Forgiveness, Courage and Discipline. As far as I know, this was the first series from 4Kids Productions.moreless
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    G-Force: Guardians of Space

    G-Force: Guardians of Space

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    FOX (ended 1986)
    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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    FOX (ended 2004)
    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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    Roc

    Roc

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    FOX (ended 1994)
    Welcome to the Roc guide at TV.com!

    Roc Emerson, a city garbage collector from Baltimore, balances the pressures of work with the everyday crises of family life in an effort to do what he believes is best for his loving and understanding wife, Eleanor, his live-in dad, Andrew, and his irresponsible brother, Joey.

    This show deals with real life issues such as gang violence, local politics, drugs, teens and sexually transmitted diseases.

    Roc reminded you of a typical family with normal problems such as parenting and dealing with live in relatives.

    The series gaining momentum in the last season could not make its presence felt on Tuesdays, the networks worst night for ratings. The struggle eventually led up to the series cancellation.

    FOX Broadcast History Season 1 and 2: Sundays at 8:30 p.m. Season 3: Tuesdays 8:00 p.m.

    AWARDS 1992: GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comedy Episode, "Can't Stop Loving That Man" 1994: NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, Charles S. Dutton

    Theme song lyrics (2nd season En Vogue version)

    Theres a man with no future so to speak Can't live out his dreams Now he's trapped into thinking he won't succeed And he can believe Live your life today (oh yeah) not for tomorrow (not for tomorrow) Live your life today (oh yeah) not for tomorrow (not for tomorrow)moreless
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    M.A.N.T.I.S.

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    FOX (ended 1995)
    This is the scientific journal of Dr. Miles Hawkins, to be published in the event of my death. I know when the truth is known, people will wonder why I felt it necessary to create the "M.A.N.T.I.S.". The reality--I never did. The M.A.N.T.I.S. asked his own creation and I could not refuse him.

    Dr. Miles Hawkins, a scientist/inventor who cannot walk, invented a shell in which he can walk and do various stunts. With the help from a few colleagues, The Doctor will be able to fight criminals that the police can't find.moreless
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    Fun House

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    Two teams competed for prizes by answering trivia questions and participating in physical stunts. Two rounds were played. Each round had a stunt for 25 points & a 25 point toss-up question. When the two rounds were over, then came the "Grand Prix". One kid would push the car while the other did some zany stunt, while picking up tokens valued @ 10 or 25 points. The teams would switch positions after one lap & then the team that won the race won 50 points. Remember, once a token hits the ground, it's out of play. Then the tokens are added up & the team with the most points wins the game & goes into the Fun House. In the Fun House, there were 13 prize tags that kids would grab along the way. Each kid took a turn inside the house to grab many tags along the way. They had 2:00 inside the Fun House. If they grab the secret prize tag, they would also win the POWER PRIZE!!! (usually a trip). Sometimes, the game was played with one kid & a celebrity partner as a team. In the second season, the series added a water slide inside the Fun House. Fun House also spun-off an adult version called College Mad House with host Greg Kinnear (Yes you read right!). The only difference, no grand prix, just rapid fire questions for 90 seconds while hitting your opponent with a pie in the face. After two syndicated seasons, Fun House moved to Fox Kids when they started a Saturday AM schedule in 1990. Unfortunately, it was the first show to be canned from the schedule. JD Roth would go on to host other kid shows including Double Up, Masters of The Maze, Moolah Beach & Endurance.moreless
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    The Ben Stiller Show

    The Ben Stiller Show

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    FOX (ended 1993)
    The Ben Stiller Show is a sketch comedy show that aired on Fox from 1992 to 1993. Each episode features Ben Stiller, Andy Dick, Janeane Garofalo, and Bob Odenkirk introducing several comedy sketches.

    The show was never a hit, usually hitting near last in the ratings, and was cancelled after only 12 episodes, leaving one episode unaired.

    Just after being cancelled, The Ben Stiller Show won an Emmy for outstanding writing in a variety program in 1993. In 2002, Comedy Central bought the rights to the show, and started airing all the episodes, including the final episode that was never aired by Fox. The complete series can also be bought on DVD.

    The Theme Song was cowritten and performed by: Greg O'Conner and Dweezil Zappa

    First Telecast: September 27, 1992 Last Telecast: January 17, 1993

    Episodes: 13 Color Episodes (one unaired on Fox, until later on was aired on Comedy Central)

    Production: Warner Bros. Entertainment

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    Trading Spouses

    Trading Spouses

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    FOX (ended 2007)
    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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    FOX (ended 2007)
    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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    FOX (ended 2004)
    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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    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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    Time of Your Life

    Time of Your Life

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    Time of Your Life was a wonderful Party of Five spin-off, that followed Sarah Reeves Merrin ( played by Jennifer Love Hewitt), who left her long-time boyfriend Bailey in San Francisco to search for her birth father in New York. There, she moved into her mother's old apartment and met new friends. Romy (Jennifer Garner) her actress rommate, Cecilia (Pauley Perrette) her landlord, Mag (Jonathon Schaech) the guy who works in the music store across the street and her sometimes boyfriend, Joss (Gina Ravera) her co-worker at a bar and Mag's "friend with benefits", and J.B (Diego Serrano) the man that lives in the building across from theirs and Romy's sometimes boyfriend. Sarah decided to stay in New York and tried to start her new life there. Jennifer Love Hewitt won the 2000 People's Choice Award for best female performer in new television series for her role in Time of Your Life.moreless
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    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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