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    Duckman

    Duckman

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    USA (ended 1997)
    Duckman was a show about an insane, alcoholic, sex-starved, murderous detective duck, his pig partner, and a wannabe normal family on television! First air date: March 5, 1994 Last air date: September 6, 1997 Original air time: Saturday 10:00:00 pm (Eastern)moreless
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    Weird Science

    Weird Science

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    USA (ended 1998)
    Weird Science is a show based on the 1985 John Hughes movie of the same name starring Anthony Michael Hall, Kelly LeBrock and Ilan Mitchell-Smith. High school geeks Wyatt Donnelly and Gary Wallace create their dream girl, a magical genie named Lisa, on Wyatt's computer. Having a genie leads up to five seasons of unique adventures for the guys.moreless
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    Problem Child

    Problem Child

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    USA (ended 1993)
    Welcome to the Problem Child guide at TV.com. Problem Child follows the misadventures of Junior Healy. The show continues from the first two movies in which Junior (Diskin) and everybody else including Ben (Harris) and Mr. Peabody (Gottifried) in wild episodes. This shows doesn't run anymore, but it did run from October 1993 to November 1993. It was a very short-run cartoon like some, but some people did like it. It was run on Saturday mornings at 8:00am on USA.moreless
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    Campus Cops

    Campus Cops

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    USA (ended 1996)
    An American cable-TV sitcom centred on the campus police squad at Canfield University. Andy and Wayne are long-term buddies, currently employed as campus cops, who regularly abuse their positions in order to meet, date, or simply spy on the university's more beautiful female students. Wayne is usually the instigator of such shenanigans, with the hapless Andy pulled along for the ride. In support were fellow cops Meg, a competent Afro-American; Raskin, a weird weapon-obsessed nutcase; Royce, an overweight sycophant; and their boss Hingle, a career policeman. The other regular character was Dean Pilkington, a manic, slightly crazed individual prone to bouts of extreme verbal or physical violence. The presence of John Landis's name in the credits goes some way towards explaining the thrust of the piece, which, in parts, recalled the director's earlier university comedy movie Animal House (1978). Like his 1990s sitcom Dream On, Campus Cops also had more than its fair share of scantily clad women and sexual situations, but what had seemed comical in the late 1970s, and sophisticated in the HBO show, came across as old-hat and sexist here.moreless
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