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    Summer Camp

    Summer Camp

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    Manhattan, AZ

    Manhattan, AZ

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    USA (ended 2000)
    Daniel Henderson (Brian McNamara) was an LA cop who made a living by putting on a dress every day and going to work for the vice squad until tragedy struck and his wife was killed in a freak Greenpeace accident. Feeling lost and left alone to raise his teenage son, Atticus (Vincent Berry), Henderson takes up the job of sheriff of Manhattan, AZ, a town so small it's not even on the map. Once in Manhattan, Henderson is confronted by the town's mayor, Jake Manhattan (Chad Everett), who had stretched the truth a little about the town and Henderson's role in it. Henderson quickly finds he has his hands full with a town full of eccentrics being led by the strangest of them all, Mayor Manhattan. Manhattan, AZ made it's premiere on the USA network on July 23, 2000.moreless
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    Strip Poker

    Strip Poker

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    Strip Poker is a game show broadcast on USA Broadcasting channels during 1999 and 2000. Hosted by Graham Elwood and featuring Jennifer Cole as the dealer, the Axelson-Weintraub Productions show cashed in on the poker craze that was sweeping the nation at the time. This particular poker game was five-card stud. To make things even more interesting, the format of the show was a battle-of-the-sexes, where guys had to answer questions concerning girls and vice versa. As the rounds advanced, so did the difficulty of the questions, as well as the cash prizes. When the final bell rung, the team with the most points won the game.moreless
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    Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills

    Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills

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    USA (ended 1995)
    This show ran on the USA Network for 40 episodes, shortly after the "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" franchise grew. Focusing on four "teenagers", Laurie, Gordon, Drew, and Swinton being recruited by an blob-like alien called Nimbar. To fight off the monsters sent by Emperor Gorganus, and his talking bird friend, Lechner. In the first episode Nimbar recruits four "teenagers", and with a touch by his "finger" gives them each a tattoo from the Zodiac. When their tattoo flash, this means he needs them and a portal appears near them to go his underground lair-like place. To become their sentinel form, they step on a platform, AKA the Transo Discs (in the lair) and each yell out their sign. Laurie is Scorpio (Aqua/Light Blue-ish), Gordon is Taurus (Black), Drew is Centaur (Purple), and Swinton is Apollo (Yellow). When putting their hands together (in square) they form the ultimate sentinel, Nitron! This was really a low-budget kid show, which the Emperor Gorganus was made up from what looks like old rubber Halloween like costumes. His side kick, Lechner a talking bird is made out of rubber, too.moreless
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    Beyond Reality

    Beyond Reality

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    USA (ended 1993)
    Two university parapsychologists investigate reports of ghosts, out-of-body experiences, telekinesis and other unexplained phenomena that occur in ordinary people's lives.
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    Up All Night with Rhonda Shear

    Up All Night with Rhonda Shear

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    USA (ended 1998)
    This show had hosts that introduced movies. They would do short comedy routines when coming back from commercial breaks. The hosts of the show included Caroline Schlitt, Gilbert Gottfried and the one and only Rhonda Shear. Rhonda brought not only comedy but also sexuality to her show making it an instant cult hit.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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    Made in the U.S.A.

    Made in the U.S.A.

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    USA (ended 2005)
    USA Network has teamed up with television shopping giant HSN to bring you "Made in the U.S.A", a pioneering reality show that selects undiscovered inventors from across the country to compete for the opportunity of a lifetime – selling their invention on HSN! Each week, teams of inventors will have to prove their worth and demonstrate what's special about their product. In the end, America will vote and decide which product should be "Made In The USA".

    The panel of judges includes Karim Rashid, noted contemporary designer, Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari and Chuck E Cheese, and Joy Mangano, who herself has earned millions by selling her products on HSN.moreless
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    Characters Unite

    Characters Unite

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    Characters Unite is an anti-discrimination campaign championed by the USA Network. The campaign promotes tolerance for all people, regardless of their gender, race, age, social status, religion, or other attributes. Several USA Network stars support the campaign publicly and appear on its website and other promotional materials. Users who visit the Characters Unite web site can play a flash game that analyzes the diversity of their Facebook friends; users can also watch a series of public service clips, join in forum discussions, and donate money to help various humanitarian causes throughout the world. The movement aims to end bullying, libel, slander, prejudiced thought, discrimination, and hate; it advocates respect for all persons, without exception. To accomplish its goals, Characters Unite has formed partnerships with some of the largest, most respected, and most effective charitable organizations; each of these has a professed commitment to fully blotting out hatred and promoting mutual respect.moreless
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    Itsy Bitsy Spider

    Itsy Bitsy Spider

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    USA (ended 1996)
    Itsy Bitsy Spider originated--based on the children's song--as an animated short subject by the Hyperion studio in 1992 which appeared with the animated feature film Bebe's Kids. The short centered around a mischievous spider (voice of Frank Welker) who befriends a shy, sweet little girl (Thora Birch), much to the arachnophobic frustration of her piano teacher (Charlotte Rae). The teacher summons a gung-ho exterminator who winds up destroying the teacher's house but not his eight-legged, four-eyed prey. Itsy Bitsy Spider became a weekly series on USA in 1993. The little girl was named Leslie (now voiced by Francesca Marie Smith) and Itsy was still fruitlessly pursued by the Exterminator (now voiced by Matt Frewer). Two seasons of shows were produced; it has not been replayed anywhere following its cancellation in 1996.moreless
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    Tom Brokaw Presents Bridging the Divide

    Tom Brokaw Presents Bridging the Divide

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    Tom Brokaw Presents Bridging the Divide is an illuminating news special presented by USA Network that looks at how far American civil rights have come in the mere fifty years since the founding of the civil rights movement, and explores the modern state of civil rights, with profiles on such important contemporary issues as gay rights and gay marriage, the effect the internet has had on discrimination and hate, and the steps being taken to ensure the civil rights movement continues for another fifty years if need be. This special is helmed by famed television journalist Tom Brokaw, whose career as a member of the American media began very near the time civil rights became a major issue. Brokaw introduces viewers to a wide variety of examples that illustrate both the commendable successes of American civil rights as well as the continued need for activism and legislation promoting equality among all people.moreless
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    The Special

    The Special

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    An energetic and optimistic homicide detective who works for the LAPD also suffers from hypomania.
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    Sins of the City

    Sins of the City

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    USA (ended 1998)
    Welcome to the Sins of the City guide at TV.com. Vince Karol quit the Miami police force to become a private investigator. Aiding him in his investigations are a fellow policeman, Freddie Corillo, and female District Attorney Sam Richardson.moreless
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    Mustaches

    Mustaches

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    From the original "American Gladiators" series, this exciting collection of six episodes from Season 3 through 5 showcases challenging new events like Atlasphere, Hang Tough, The Maze, and Swingshot. In these episodes, we meet the oldest competitor in Gladiator Arena, the greatest mullet ever to grace primetime TV, the toughest rollerblade instructor of all time, and fan favorite Wesley "Two Scoops" Berry.moreless
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    Traffic

    Traffic

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    USA (ended 2004)
    Traffic: The Miniseries is spinoff of the movie version directed by Steven Soderbergh. The series presents three overlapping plots about illegal trafficking of drugs, weapons, and even people. Each episode follows one of three people: Mike McKay, a DEA agent, Ben Edmonds, a failed real estate investor, and Adam Kadyrov, a cab driver.moreless
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    WWE Superstars

    WWE Superstars

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    USA (ended 1996)
    "WWF Superstars" took its name from the World Wrestling Federation's long-running syndicated series, using the title on the wrestling promotion's cable week-in-review program. Kevin Kelly (himself a former wrestler) reviewed the past week in the World Wrestling Federation and updated viewers on ongoing feuds and upcoming events. Frequently, the series featured segments on the WWF cast's out-of-character (i.e., their real-life personalities) and out-of-ring activities (e.g., charitable, civic and political activities; appearances in movies and TV-series; etc.), as well as occasional behind-the-scenes looks at the WWF.moreless
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    Dance Party USA

    Dance Party USA

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    USA (ended 1992)
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    To Love and Die

    To Love and Die

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    Hildy Taylor, a young woman with abandonment issues tries to resolve them by tracking down and reconnecting with a father she never knew. When she finds him and discovers that he's a contract killer, her relationship issues begin to make sense, and she realizes she may have found a new career path. The series is produced by NBC Universal Television Studios and Broadway Video, and USA has ordered 12 episodes for the first season. Originally the series was called To Love and Die in L.A., but as it is set in San Francisco, the title was changed. The pilot was pushed back several times, but finally shown on December 30th, 2008, while the series is scheduled to start on January 20th, 2009.moreless
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    The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

    The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

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    The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is one of the classiest sporting events in the world. Since the first show in 1877, the Westminster Dog Show has crowned hundreds of dogs as best in show, granting them the highest honor a dog can receive. During the show, dogs are judged based on specific standards for their breeds for two full days in February. After initial group judging, the top dog from each of the seven groups are allowed to move on to the final round and a chance to win best of show. This judging technique provides all dogs with an equal opportunity to win the show. The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show has grown to be one of the most popular sports specials aired since it was first broadcasted in 1948. The Club also hosts a Junior Showmanship competition, with the finalists receiving scholarships for post-secondary schooling. What could be classier than an upscale competition focused on some of the world's most beloved animals? Well, you would have to be barking mad to miss the next Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.moreless
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    The Bobby Heenan Show

    The Bobby Heenan Show

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    USA (ended 1989)
    In the mid 1980's, Vince McMahon was looking for new TV Shows to make about wrestling, and one of those was "The Bobby Heenan Show" which was a talk show. The thing about it, is that it wasn't a typical talk show. It featured a lot of guests, including the geeky nerdy Jameson who later became the Co-Host along Heenan for Episodes 2 and 3. Also, it featured The Oinkettes, some overweight ladies that made regular appearances. Even though this show only had 4 episodes, it remained loved and had many fans.moreless
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