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    Gilmore Girls

    Gilmore Girls

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    Set in a storybook Connecticut town populated with an eclectic mix of everyday folks and lovable lunatics, Gilmore Girls is a humorous multigenerational series about friendship, family and the ties that bind. Thirtysomething Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) has made her share of mistakes in life, but she has been doing her best to see that her college-bound daughter - and best friend in the world - Rory (Alexis Bledel), doesn't follow in her footsteps. That may be easier said than done, considering that the two share the same interests, the same intellect, the same coffee addiction and the same eyes. Rory is more serious than Lorelai, but there are tendencies, especially in the love department, that clearly indicate she is her mother's daughter. From the beginning, this unique mother-daughter team has been growing up together. Lorelai was just Rory's age when she became pregnant and made the tough decision to raise her baby alone.

    Gilmore Girls was the first series to make it to air supported by the Family Friendly Forum's script development fund. An initiative between some of the nation's top advertisers and The WB, the program is intended to offer a greater array of compelling family programming on network television. The strong and loving mother-daughter relationship portrayed in Gilmore Girls reflects the growing reality of this new type of American family.moreless
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    Yu-Gi-Oh!

    Yu-Gi-Oh!

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    Yu-Gi-Oh! is a show about a boy named Yugi Moto and his alter-ego who lives in his pendant known as the Millennium Puzzle, Yami Yugi, who plays a card game known as Duel Monsters. However, everything is not so simple. The game of Duel Monsters originates in ancient Egypt, and the monsters in the cards are based off of real monsters. Also, the Millennium Puzzle holds several powerful secrets that several people want to get their hands on. As the series progress, Yugi is given the task of awakening Yami Yugi's lost memories and laying his spirit to rest, while facing deadly enemies.moreless
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    What I Like About You

    What I Like About You

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    When their dad took a job in Japan, teenage livewire Holly Tyler (Amanda Bynes) and her straight-laced (twentysomething-year-old) sister, Valerie (Jennie Garth), move in together in New York City . Just when Val thought she had the perfect existence - a promising career in public relations, her own Upper West Side apartment (now Loft), and plenty of eligible men to date - everything in her neatly regimented life started to unravel the minute Holly stumbled through the door. Their new life together will take a lot of getting used to, but Val and Holly's relationship is stronger than ever. In early 2006, when The WB and UPN decided to combine to form a new network known as The CW, the number of WB and UPN shows being ported over to The CW were cut back in order to make room for new programming. This show was one of the many WB shows that suffered as a result of the networks joining, and was canceled in early 2006, and the series finale aired in March, leaving the final season at only 18 episodes. The WB's Broadcast History: September 2002-May 2003 Friday at 8:00pm June 2003-September 2003 Friday at 8:30pm September 2003-December 2003 Thursday at 9:00pm December 2003-May 2004 Fridays at 8:30pm June 2004-March 2006 Fridays at 8:00pm (Simulcast in HDTV starting with episode 23) Theme Song: Lillix's re-recording of The Romantics "What I Like About You" is used in season 1. It has been remixed in Season 2, 3 and 4. The original version (used in season 1) can be found on their album "Falling Uphill".moreless
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    The Steve Harvey Show

    The Steve Harvey Show

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    Mixing it up with laugh-out-loud comedy, youthful appeal and a likable namesake lead, The Steve Harvey Show crackles with high school hijinks and teacher entanglements in a hip urban setting. The series' successes as a multiple NAACP Image Award winner and as one of The WB's hit flagship series underscore its enduring longevity, immense popularity and far-reaching influence. In the series, former R&B star Steve Hightower (Harvey) gives up his wild times for school ties, becoming an inner-city Chicago music teacher – and eventually a vice principal – with a ragtag bunch of classroom charges. Headlining the Hi-Tops soul group – who opened for the likes of Gladys Knight and the Pips – Hightower's touring career never quite hit the high note he expected. Down on his luck, and totally out of money, he decides to let go of his carefree lifestyle and pin down a "real" job. With an assist from his longtime friend and eventual roommate, the gym coach with the insatiable appetite Cedric Robinson (Cedric the Entertainer), Steve enrolls in a new type of performing and makes a classroom at Washington High School his stage. Initially grappling with the students' penchant for baggy clothes, bad attitudes and baffling slang, Steve soon realizes that a compassionate spin will help him tone down his shock and contend with the kids' problems… be they hard knocks or humorous woes. Steve's also initially stunned by his boss, no-nonsense Principal Regina Grier (Wendy Raquel Robinson). Once the overweight butt of Steve's practical jokes when they were classmates years ago, Regina has no intention of letting him forget his place now – at least most of the time. But her newly-svelte persona wows Steve, and they actually dance around each other in a love/hate cha-cha-cha. Cedric has his own love subject, falling for Grier's new, overtly outspoken assistant Lovita (Terri J. Vaughn), who also takes outlandish opportunities to rattle Steve. Office romances aside, Steve tries reining in a class headed by Romeo (Merlin Santana), a fast-talking ladies' teen who takes his name seriously; Stanley "Bullethead" Kuznocki (William Lee Scott), a street-savvy tough guy whose brawn outweighs his brain; the group's honors student Lydia (Lori Beth Denberg) who, despite knowing she's smarter than them all, gets pulled into crazy schemes hoping to cash in on some coolness; and Sophia (Tracy Vilar) and Sara (Nefta Perry) who each fall for Romeo's seemingly-indestructible charm.

    During the series' six-season run, The Steve Harvey Show won 13 NAACP Image Awards for the show as well as stars Steve Harvey, Cedric the Entertainer and Terri J. Vaughn.

    The Steve Harvey Show is executive produced by Bernie Brillstein and Brad Grey (Just Shoot Me, "The Larry Sanders Show"), series creator Winifred Hervey ("The Cosby Show," The Golden Girls," "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"), director Stan Lathan ("Moesha," "Roc," "South Central") and Jeff Duteil ("Sister, Sister," "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper"). Walter Bennett, Jr. ("In The House") is co-executive producer. The series is from Brillstein-Grey Communications, Winifred Hervey Productions and Stan Lathan TV

    Broadcast History The WB 1996-1997---Sundays 8:30/7:30c 1997-1998---Wednesdays 9:30/8:30c 1998-1999---Thursdays 9/8c 1999-2000---Fridays 9/8c 2000-2002---Sundays 8/7cmoreless
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    The Jamie Foxx Show

    The Jamie Foxx Show

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    Texas native Jamie King (Jamie Foxx, "In Living Color") is an aspiring actor who heads to Hollywood in hopes to find fame and fortune in the entertainment industry. To support himself, he works at his Aunt Helen (Ellia English) and Uncle Junior's (Garrett Morris, "Martin") Los Angeles hotel, the King's Towers. On the job, he annoys co-worker Braxton P. Hartnabrig (Christopher B. Duncan), the up-tight accountant, and tries to win the attention of gorgeous desk clerk, Francesca "Fancy" Monroe (Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon, "NYPD Blue", "Opposite Sex"), who has made it clear that she is not interested in an office romance. Nevertheless, Jamie is determined to maintain his skills as an entertainer and move into the limelight. After starting out as a member of the "In Living Color" troupe, Foxx stars in his own show that was the WB's highest-rated series for the 1996-1997 season. First Telecast: August 28, 1996 Last Telecast: January 14, 2001 Episodes: 100 Color Episodes Awards & Nominations: •1998 Image Award - Won - Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series (Jamie Foxx) •1999 Image Award - Nominated - Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series (Jamie Foxx) •1999 Image Award - Nominated - Outstanding Comedy Series •2000 Image Award - Nominated - Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series (Jamie Foxx) •2001 Image Award - Nominated - Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series (Jamie Foxx) •2001 Image Award - Nominated - Outstanding Comedy Seriesmoreless
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    Baby Blues

    Baby Blues

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    Baby Blues was based on the famous cartoon strip of the same name. It follows a married couple who lives in a quaint neighborhood with not-so-quiet neighbors. It, like Mission Hill received poor treatment on the WB before being picked up by Adult Swim.moreless
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    Mucha Lucha!

    Mucha Lucha!

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    ¡Mucha Lucha! is an over-the-top comedy-adventure about honor, family, tradition... and donuts. The series explores the Latino cultural phenomenon known as "Lucha Libre." In a world where no one removes their colorful mask ever and success depends on having a "signature move," three mascaritas - Rikochet, Buena Girl and The Flea - study and live the "Code of Masked Wrestling" and go to school at the Formost World-Renowned International School of Lucha. This bold comedy combines irreverent humor and visually dynamic fantasy-action in two fast-paced 11-minute episodes and is the first-ever all-flash animated series on broadcast television. Character Bios: Rikochet - The main Luchador of the show, Rikochet wants to be the school's greatest Luchador ever! He's master of the "Pulverzing Pinball" attack, as well as the "Spinning Top" and other attacks. Buena Girl - Buena Girl's knowledge of the Code of Masked Wrestling is surpassed by none, giving her an edge in matches. Her special attack is "The Buena Bulldozer of Truth", and she stands for all things Buena. The Flea - The Flea, Buena Girl, and Rikochet are like the three amigos, literally! But they call themselves the Three Mascaritas! The Flea is kind of the nasty one, the only things that can beat him are showers, killer masked toilets, and good hygiene! The Flea also refers to himself in the third-person perspective. Snow Pea - Snow Pea is the gentle, baby like, mascarita of the school. He doesn't appear to like violence, and he pretty much loses every fight he gets himself into. His signature move is called: "The Cuddly Hug of Friendship"! His signature move is quite strangely, only a hug. He is very small and he wears a green pea pod costume, and the only thing that Snow Pea knows how to say is his own name! Cindy Slam - She is a violent little mascarita who hates just about everything and can get very angry, very easily. Her attitude is just about as scary as her signature move: "The Cindy Slammer"! When she uses her signature move her hands turn into giant brick walls that can crush just about anything. It is highly recommended that you do not anger her. If you leave her alone, then you might just be spared the pain of her fury. Masked Dog - Masked Dog is just about the coolest dog you'll ever meet. Everyone knows him, and everyone loves him. His signature move is called: "Knocking Paws". It is basicly just a super cool handshake. Masked Dog is always there at his master's side when Rickochet needs him the most. Kids' WB! Broadcast History Saturdays August 17, 2002 - January 18, 2003: Saturday @ 10:30 AM January 25, 2003 - February 8, 2003: Saturday @ 11:30 AM September 13, 2003 - February 7, 2004: Saturday @ 10:30 AM February 14, 2004 - May 8, 2004: Saturday @ 11:30 AM June 5, 2004 - Current: Saturday @ 8:30 AM April 23, 2005 - Current: Saturday @ 8:00 AM Weekdays August 2, 2004 - October 15, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM December 13, 2004 - April 8, 2005: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM Special Presentations April 21, 2003 - April 25, 2003: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM February 21, 2005 - February 25, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 4:00 PM Awards & Nominations 2004 Motion Picture Sound Editors - Best Sound Editing in Television Animation: Music (Nominated)moreless
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    What's New Scooby-Doo?

    What's New Scooby-Doo?

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    What's New Scooby-Doo? is yet another Scooby spin-off about the teenage detectives solving mysteries across the country. Join Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy, and of course Scooby-Doo as they catch the bad guys behind the masks in the all new episodes. While retaining the feel of the original series, the whole cast is updated for the new century and generation -- complete with cellphones and other modern technology that wasn't around when the previous series were made. The series brings the meddling kids to the 21st Century as everyone's favorite Great Dane and his intrepid cohorts - Shaggy, Velma, Daphne and Fred - continue to stumble upon creature-related comedy mysteries. The series will stay true to the classic elements that have made Scooby one of the most beloved shows for more than 30 years, while amping up the suspense, comedy and quality of animation. This comedy from Warner Bros. Animation will feature the timeless and loveable Scooby gang in adventures set in a contemporary world.moreless
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    Jack & Jill

    Jack & Jill

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    JACK & JILL was a romantic drama about life and loves of young people in New York, Jacqueline "Jack" Barrett (Amanda Peet) and David "Jill" Jillefsky (Ivan Sergei), and their friends, Mikey Russo (Simon Rex), Barto Zane (Justin Kirk), Elisa Cronkite (Sarah Paulson) and Audrey Hriffin (Jaime Pressly). The show follows their lifes after college, as they are trying to reach over to the adult life, forgetting about their childhood, exploring their sexuality, and finding the differende between a fairy tale and real life. The show ran only for two seasons, and ended in a cliffhanger.moreless
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    The Jamie Kennedy Experiment

    The Jamie Kennedy Experiment

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    In this half-hour series, affectionately nicknamed JKX, actor/comedian Jamie Kennedy combines hidden-camera pranks with sketch comedy to see how everyday people-- and some celebrities-- behave in unusual situations. Jamie appears in a wide variety of disguises, getting his "marks" involved in an equally wide variety of bizarre predicaments. When a joke has run its course, Jamie delivers the show's immortal tag line: YOU'VE BEEN X-ED! Each skit is presented in front of an audience, either in-studio or on location, and sometimes Jamie brings his marks on as special guests after presenting a segment. After three seasons, JKX ended its original run in the spring of 2004. The entire series is available on DVD, with each season having its own box set. I don't have many episode reviews up right now, but I am planning to write more in the coming weeks. Now that I no longer have a co-editor for season three, I will be also revising (or more appropriately, redoing) the entries for the last several episodes of the series. DISCLAIMER: I am not affiliated with the show, its cast, or the WB network. I am just a fan who wanted to do a good episode guide for this truly underappreciated series. I don't know whether Jamie or anyone else connected to the show reads this guide or the Viewer Comments. That said, I hope you enjoy the guide and have as much fun reading it as I have editing it. Thank you for visiting! For more info about the show, check the "Links" section on the left-hand side of this page. The Jamie Kennedy Experiment was produced by Bahr Small Productions and Karz Entertainment, in association with Warner Brothers Television Productions and Big Ticket Television, A Paramount/Viacom Company.moreless
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    Viewtiful Joe

    Viewtiful Joe

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    Joe and his girlfriend Silvia decide to go to the movies together. They see an action flick starring Joe's idol, Captain Blue. Suddenly, the villain from the movie pops out of the screen and grabs Silvia, pulling her into the movie. Wanting to save her, Joe is also pulled into the movie. He eventually comes across his idol, Captain Blue. Captain Blue grants Joe the power to become an action movie called Viewtiful Joe. Now Joe must travel the movie world in search of his girlfriend, Silvia.

    This anime series, based on the video game of the same name developed by Capcom, aired every Saturday in Japan from October 2004 to September 2005 on the Japanese TV station TV Tokyo. It was recently licensed by Geneon, who sold the airing rights to the WB. It originally aired in the USA on Kids' WB Saturday morning at 11:30am Eastern Time. For unknown reasons, Kids' WB decided to start airing the series with the 5th episode. It was then moved to the 8:00am Eastern timeslot. Currently, it is off the air, as Season 1 has ended. The anime debuted in Latin America on July 3, 2006, and later aired on Barzil's RedeTV! - TVKids on November 27, 2006. In the UK, Viewtiful Joe premiered on Jetix on July 2, 2007.moreless
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    Maybe It's Me

    Maybe It's Me

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    Welcome to the Maybe It's Me guide at TV.com. Domestic lunacy reigns in this comedy about a normal teen coping with a kooky family. Sixteen-year-old Molly Stage lives in a cramped Rhode Island house headed by her clueless parents: Jerry, the coach of a girls soccer team, and Mary, who dispenses ludicrous advice. Molly's siblings are petty crook Rick, wannabe Christian rock singer Grant and tempestuous twins Cindy and Mindy. Her grandparents aren't quite sane either. Her grandma hides food and always repeats herself, and her grandpa can't stand her grandma.moreless
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    Cubix: Robots for Everyone

    Cubix: Robots for Everyone

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    Cubix: Robots for Everyone takes place in the year 2040 in Bubble Town where robots outnumber humans. Robots are made in RobixCorp. Everyone has a robot, each with its own unique duty. This show centers around the Botties, a special club for people who know how to fix robots. But robots are going crazy all over Bubble Town all of a sudden, and no one knows why.

    The villain of the series, Dr. K, is after a greenish blue liquid known as Solex, which is what's making the robots go crazy, and he will stop at nothing to get it.

    Cubix was:

    - A Korean/U.S. Co-Production between Cinepix and 4Kids Entertainment
    - Aired in America before coming to Korea.
    - Adapted into a "manhwa" (Korean comic book) published by Daiwon
    - Adapted into a stage musical

    This show was created by 4Kids Entertainment and originally went to Kids' WB! along with Yu-Gi-Oh! as part of a contract between The WB and 4Kids Entertainment, and it lasted two strong seasons. It then went to the Fox Box for a year, but now, it only remains in our hearts.

    Characters:

    HUMANS:

    Connor: The main human of the series, 13-year-old Connor is obsessed with robots. He moved to Bubble Town, and soonafter joined the Botties' Pit and fixed the "unfixable" robot, Cubix.

    Abby: Connor's next-door neighbor, best human friend, and fellow robot-lover, Abby was the first to show Connor around Bubble Town. She is a member of the Botties. Her pet robot, Dondon, has been her best robot friend since Abby was 6 years old. Abby's idol is Hela Nemo.

    Chip: The short and smart Bottie, Chip knows a lot about robots. He's best friends with tall, dumb Mong, and his robot is Cerebrix.

    Mong:The fat, tall, dumb Bottie, Mong loves to eat and make bad jokes. He's best friends with short, smart Chip, and his pet robot is Maximix.

    Hela Nemo: The adult Bottie, 30-year-old Hela knows everything about robots. She's the son of Professor Nemo and the idol of Abby. She owns the Botties Pit, and her main robots are Diagnostix, Mr. Fixit, Ixpressive, and Attractix.

    Charles: A spoiled brat, the richest kid in town, and the son of the mayor. Charles' family has important connections in Bubble Town, so he gets all the latest robot models. His main robot, Quixtreme 5000, Charles thinks he's the coolest robot ever, but boy is he wrong!

    Dr. K: The main villain of the series, Dr. K used to work for RobixCorp, but he lost his arm in a lab explosion and now uses his smarts for evil. In Season 1 he's after a substance called Solex to build the ultimate robot and destroy Bubble Town. His main robot is Kolossal, but he has his own line of evil robots such as Katastrophe, Kannon, Krab, and Kilobot.

    Graham: Connor's dad, he works at a local donut shop. He doesn't like robots, and his closest things to his own robot are Cubix and the Waitrixes that work at the donut shop.

    Raska: Bubble Town's most famous celebrity, Raska is the spokesperson of RobixCorp. She doesn't really have any robots besides the Cinematixes that film her. However, Raska's true form is an alien who is Dr. K's boss.

    Taryn: Connor's mother, she died before the series started. Connor keeps a picture of her in his room as a memory.

    Professor Nemo: The ultimate robotist, Professor Nemo is a robot encyclopedia. He was the one who built Cubix. Nemo disappeared in the aforementioned lab explosion, but was later found kidnapped by Dr. K. A giant sculpture of Nemo was always kept on the first floor of RobixCorp.

    ROBOTS:

    Acoustix: The "loud mouth of Bubble Town", this robot looks like a blue ball with a microphone. He has five built-in speakers, and a multi-time zone clock.

    Aquatix: The "robotic water purifier", Aquatix is like the Pur system you install on your faucet. He can clean water, turning it from wasteful water into fresh, ready-to-drink water.

    Attractix: Also known as "Kan-it" or "Magnetix", this robot is like a magnet. He can attract magnetic items toward him, usually to dump them into the Bubble Town Recycling Center. He seems to have a changing personality - he was made at RobixCorp for said purpose, but then wandered off to work for Dr. K, but then he joined the side of the Botties. Now that's what I call a magnetic personality!

    Babysix: The babysitting robot, Babysix is always available whenever you need her. On top of that, she also won the best robot contest for doing an accidental dance!

    Botanix: She's Bubble Town's gardening robot, she can make a topiary of anything. She was also the first robot to be seen infected with Solex.

    Brutix: This robot looks like a flying bulldog. It is actually the town police dog. They work with Sgt. Civix to keep the town clean of crimes.

    Cerebrix: Chip's personal robot, this is like a walking encyclopedia. This robot has data on anything, and can calculate things in seconds.

    Cubix: The main robot and star of the series, Cubix, the robot made of cubes, was built by Professor Nemo of RobixCorp. But Cubix was disabled in a lab explosion, and Professor Nemo was missing. The Botties and even Hela all tried their hardest to fix him, but none of them could. But for some reason Hela didn't want to throw him out. Until Connor came. Connor had some idea that Cubix would be his best friend and change his life. Since joining the Botties Pit requires fixing a robot within 24 hours, Connor chose Cubix. Cubix can transform into a hover scooter, a helicopter, and even a drill! Cubix always knows how to help out.

    Dondon: Abby's pet robot ever since she was six, Dondon is a flying pig robot that always pictures himself in the big picture. Dondon is very annoying, but he's also cute and can transmit messages and sound. He also loves triball!

    Maximix: This is Mong's pet robot. Maximix was given to Mong by his parents as an excercise robot, but Mong uses him so he doesn't have to walk anywhere! Maximix is very strong and fast, but sometimes he thinks too much of himself.

    Theme Song Lyrics:

    In the future, not so far away
    It's the dawning of an all new day!
    (Robots for everyone!)
    Machines that care could be our friends
    Side by side until the end!
    (Robots for everyone!)
    They've built special powers right inside
    (Hundreds of models from which to choose
    With emotion-driven EPUs!)
    When the worlds of good and bad collide
    Gotta fight!
    (Oh!)
    Day and night!
    (Yeah!)
    'Cuz you got the robot
    Who sets everything right!
    (Cubix!)
    Powers beyond compare!
    (Cubix!)
    Evil forces better beware!
    (Cubix!)
    There's trouble, we will always be there!
    Robots for everyone.....
    CUBIX!


    Kids' WB! Broadcast History
    August 11, 2001 - September 1, 2001: Saturday @ 10:30 AM
    September 8, 2001 - January 19, 2002: Saturday @ 8:30 AM
    January 19, 2002 - March 16, 2002: Saturday @ 8:00 AM
    March 15, 2003 - May 10, 2003: Saturday @ 11:30 AM Special Presentations
    March 17, 2003 - March 21, 2003: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM Fox Box Broadcast History
    September 6, 2003 - June 12, 2004: Saturday @ 8:00 AM Awards & Nominations 2002 BAFTA Awards - Best International "production team" (Nominated)
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    Men, Women & Dogs

    Men, Women & Dogs

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    "They say that dog is man's best friend. In L.A.'s trendy dog parks, it also can be man's best method for meeting women and sharing the latest adventures in dating. From Emmy-nominated writers Dan Staley and Rob Long (Cheers) comes a new relationship comedy about four guy friends in their twenties whose lives center around their girlfriends, their careers and their dogs - but not necessarily in that order." "Jeremiah (Bill Bellamy, The Brothers, Any Given Sunday, MTV Jams) is a talented chef and consummate player with a penchant for seducing women with his irresistible charm and decadent chocolate cake. His theory is that if you can convince a girl to break her rule about skipping dessert, there are no rules left. Commitment-phobic to a fault, Jeremiah is closer to his dog Wolfgang than he has ever been to any woman. Jeremiah's best friend Clay (Danny Pino) vocally disapproves of how he objectifies women, and is mocked mercilessly for being just the opposite - a sensitive idealist nursing the wounds of his first broken heart. Easygoing surf bum Eric (Niklaus Lange, Blonde) recently moved in with his girlfriend Michelle (Heather Stephens, Tomcats), who has issues about playing second fiddle to Eric's first love - his old and incontinent pooch, Betsy. Newest to the group, Royce (Mike Damus, Brutally Normal) is a study in unbridled, penny-pinching ambition that usually blows his chance at getting the girl. Royce doesn't actually have a dog; he just hangs out at the dog park holding a leash and a few scoops looking for fresh talent." "More likely to know how to pamper their pets than how to treat a lady, these four friends occasionally succeed in shedding some light on each other's inadequacies and fallacies. Bound by their canine companions, the unlikely comrades fumble their way through life's little indignities on their search for love and happiness. Maybe with a little help from a dog's sixth sense and the tug of an extendable leash, they'll also learn how to meet - and, more importantly, keep - a woman for good." (WB press release) Men, Women & Dogs* is produced by Staley/Long Productions, in association with Paramount Network Television Broadcast History ----------------- Oct 2001-Nov 2001, Sun 8:30-9:00 Dec 2001, Sun 9:30-10:00 First telecast: October 14, 2001 Last telecast: December 30, 2001 Show type: Single and Multi-Camera Sitcom Number of episodes: 13 Media: 35mm film *(Men, Women & Dogs is not affiliated with James Thurber, the estate of James Thurber and/or other fine James Thurber products in any way.)moreless
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    Related

    Related

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    The WB series Related, comes from the creative forces behind Friends and Sex and the City. The series tells the story of the lives of the four Sorelli sisters and their complicated lives as a family unit as well as their career and relationship tribulations as young adult women in New York City. Taking a closer look at the sister's lives, Ginnie is a high powered attorney who is happily married and adjusting at being a soon-to-be mom after finding out she's pregnant. Second eldest sister, Anne is moving on with her life after her long time relationship with boyfriend Danny has just ended. Next on the sister scale is Marjee who is a bit flighty as a party coordinator and newly evicted tenant that has to move back into her father's home and deal with his new fiance Renee. The youngest sister , Rose is adjusting to changing majors at college from Pre Med to Theatre and trying to not disappoint her family. With all of this happening the sisters must also cope with each other. The Sorelli sisters may have difficult times with one another as they are all different, but in the end they stay as close as anyone in a family can get. From Warner Bros. Television Production Inc., and Class IV Productions. With writer/co-executive producer Liz Tuccillo (Sex and the City) and executive producers Marta Kauffman, Steve Pearlman, Andrew Plotkin and director/executive producer Mimi Leder (ER, Pay It Forward).moreless
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    Men in Black: The Series

    Men in Black: The Series

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    Welcome to the Men In Black television guide at TV.com. They're more secretive than the CIA and more powerful than the FBI. They monitor extraterrestrial activity on Earth and make sure the general public doesn't find out about it. They are an unofficial government agency. They are: the Men In Black. Following the hit movie, Agents Jay and Kay are back to protect the Earth from the scum of the universe.moreless
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    Ozzy & Drix

    Ozzy & Drix

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    Ozzy & Drix is based on the breakout characters from the feature film Osmosis Jones, which is an animated inner-body, buddy-cop comedy which follows the adventures of white blood cell cop Ozzy and his partner, over-the-counter cold pill Drix, as they defend the City of Hector; the body of a 13-year-old boy. The second season of Ozzy & Drix amplifies their infectious humor with Ozzy's in-your-face antics and Drix's knowledgeable yet clueless wit as they continue to take on whatever comes their way regardless of how small or simple a situation may appear in the outside world of Hector. Only they know what really happens "skin deep" and what it takes to always be on 24-hour alert, whether it be the sprouting of Hector's first whisker, a rowdy encounter with the Testosterone gang, an unexpected appendicitis attack, or the long-awaited visit from Drix's Auntie Histamine. With their headquarters behind Hector's cornea, these partners have established their "private eye" agency... hoping to keep Hector safe from the many changes and dangers associated with adolescence. This one-of-a-kind pair of problem-solvers are ready to fight for what's right -- on a cellular level. Characters: HUMANS: Hector Cruz: Hector is a 13-year old boy in which Ozzy & Drix live inside of. Whenever Hector gets a disease, Ozzy & Drix fight it off. Hector is going through puberty and maturing at this age, so Ozzy & Drix arrived just in time! MORE TO COME! Please Note:: This is the United States schedule for Ozzy & Drix Please adjust accordingly if you live in another country. Kids' WB! Broadcast History Saturdays September 13, 2002 - February 8, 2003: Saturday @ 9:30 AM February 15, 2003 - March 8, 2003: Saturday @ 11:30 AM August 23, 2003 - October 25, 2003: Saturday @ 9:30 AM Weekdays June 14, 2004 - July 30, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM Special Presentations December 7, 2002: Saturday @ 9:00 AM March 31, 2003 - April 4, 2003: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM August 18, 2003 - August 22, 2003: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM --------------------------------- Cartoon Network Broadcast History October 4, 2004 - December 16, 2004: Monday-Thursday @ 8:00 PM October 11, 2004 - December 17, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 4:30 PM December 27, 2004 - December 31, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 8:00 AM December 27, 2004 - December 31, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 8:30 AM December 27, 2004 - February 10, 2005: Monday-Thursday @ 8:00 PM January 8, 2005 - February 6, 2005: Saturday @ 1:30 PM January 3, 2005 - Current: Monday-Friday @ 4:30 PM February 13, 2005 - Current: Sunday @ 7:00 AM February 15, 2005 - Current: Monday-Friday @ 2:00 PM February 15, 2005 - Current: Monday-Thursday @ 8:00 PM February 19, 2005 - Current: Saturday @ 7:00 AM Marathons November 27, 2004: 3:00-5:00 PM December 20, 2004: 12:00-5:00 PM January 8, 2005: 3:00-6:00 PM Special Presentations January 1, 2005: Saturday @ 12:00 PM Awards & Nominations: 2004 Daytime Emmys - Outstanding Special Class Animated Program (Nominated) 2003 Annie Awards - Outstanding Character Design in an Animated Television Production (Nominated) 2003 Daytime Emmys - Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Live Action and Animation (Nominated) - Outstanding Special Class Animated Program (Nominated) More Details Theme Song Lyrics: Ozzy & Drix, O-O-Ozzy & Drix! Trouble in the air, what'cha gonna do? (It's a cold, it's a fever, Or maybe the flu, Ah-ah-choooooo!) Meet Ozzy & Drix, private eye, Cuttin' germs and viruses down to size, Busy defending all the nerve endings, They got guts and nerves vim and verne, (They're bad to the bone, even badder in the bladder, Make a scene in the spleen, put the hustle in the muscle, Put the hip in the hips, The word on the lips, Ideas in the brain, Keepin' him sane!) Keepin' him sane! Lookin' good, like a blood cell should (Like a blood cell should!) Ozzy & Drix, O-O-Ozzy & Drix! Inside the body and mind From the tip of the nose to the behind, They're the protectors Of the City of Hector, Ozzy & Drix! Contributing & Forum Rulesmoreless
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    The Oblongs

    The Oblongs

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    The tight-knit Oblong clan lives in Hill Valley, a toxic valley downstream from your typical industrial waste site, which has caused a variety of bizarre physical and emotional abnormalities. At the head of the dinner table is the loving, limbless, tirelessly upbeat patriarch Bob Oblong and his adoring, alcohol-and-tobacco-addicted, bald-but-beautifully-wigged wife Pickles, who frequents the Rusty Bucket bar, owned by transexual Anita Bidet (who was originally to be named Sofonda Cox!). The family includes their conjoined twin sons Biff and Chip, who share three legs and three buttocks, but can't seem to agree on anything; sweet, tattling, 4-year-old daughter Beth, sporting a cucumber-like growth sprouting from her head; and youngest son Milo, a one-haired optimist who has every childhood emotional disorder and behavioral problem ever diagnosed. Other members of the family include Bob's mother, Grammy, who's a vegetable; Milo's narcoleptic scottie dog, Scottie; and the chain-smoking family cat, Lucky. Milo used to go to a special school for "the pathologically high-spirited," but now enjoys his days at "normal" school with fellow valley outcasts including the zaftig, toad-like Helga Phugly; gothic and death-obsessed Creepy Susie; bulbous-bottomed Mikey Butts; and brainy, spitting, lower-jaw-lacking Peggy Weggy. Milo and the gang constantly clash with the Debbies, a giggling gaggle of wealthy, popular, seemingly cloned "hill" girls of the same first name. As far as the Debbies and their parents are concerned, anything that isn't perfect - like them - isn't worthy of their attention. "Normal" school is headed by Principal Davis. Other members of the school staff include Nurse Rench, who has a scary operating contraption in place of her right arm, and the homeroom teacher, Leland. Aside from hanging out in the clubhouse in the Oblongs'back yard, the kids often find themselves hanging out at the local store "A to Zed." Bob's disregarding boss at Globocide Industries is the aristocratic father, George Klimer. His wife, Pristine, is a Barbie-like, former Debbie, who used to be school friends with Pickles when both girls lived in the hills - before Pickles married Bob and joined the "grotesque" side. Their attractive daughter, Debbie, is leader of the Debbies; and their not-too-bright but popular son Jared, together with his best friend Blaine, is a well-coifed tormentor of the Clubhouse kids. Executive producer Bruce Helford ("The Drew Carey Show," "Norm[show]," "[show]Nikki") and writer/executive producer Jace Richdale ("The Simpsons") bring to animated life the strange world of underground cartoonist Angus Oblong. Created by Oblong and Richdale, this half-hour comedy series is executive produced by Helford, Richdale and Deborah Oppenheimer ("The Drew Carey Show," "Norm," "Nikki"), for Oblongs Productions, Inc. in associate with Mohawk Productions and Jobsite Productions, distributed by Warner Bros. Television. Mary V. Buck and Susan Edelman are the winners of The Casting Society of America's, award for "Best Casting for Animated Television Voiceover" for The Oblongs. The Oblongs is inspired by characters in the book "Creepy Susie and 13 Other Tragic Tales for Troubled Children" by Angus Oblong. Milo, Susie, Helga, the Debbies, and Milo's Narcoleptic Scottie all originated in this book, which is aimed at adults in the guise of a children's book. Special thanks to Angus Oblong, without whom (the show and) much of the information in this guide would not have been possible! If you like the show, do yourself a favor, buy his book and check out angusoblong.com!moreless
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    Grosse Pointe

    Grosse Pointe

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    This "show-within-a-show" comedy from Darren Star takes a satirical look at the action behind the scenes of a teen prime-time soap. It centers on the on and off-camera antics of five actors who star in a fictional high school drama called Grosse Pointe. WB Broadcast History September 2000 - October 2000: Fridays 8:30 PM November 2000 - February 2001: Sundays 9:30 PMmoreless
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    Living with Fran

    Living with Fran

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    Comedy superstar Fran Drescher stars as Fran Reeves, a divorced mother of two, Allison and Josh, who has found love with a man, Riley, who is the same age as her kids. Living with Fran chronicles the story of Fran and Riley's relationship with great humor, and explores the issues affecting an older woman/younger man relationship nowadays.moreless
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