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    Cannonball Run 2001: Race Across America

    Cannonball Run 2001: Race Across America

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    USA (ended 2001)
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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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    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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    The Savage Dragon

    The Savage Dragon

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    USA (ended 1996)
    The Savage Dragon is a half-hour animated series based on the cult-following comic book created by Erik Larsen. When mutants terrorized over Chicago. Overlord is one of the criminal mastermind and some of the supervillains and mutants rage is on and ordinary cops is losing control against them. Until one night... a miracle happen. A large super strong, quick healing super freak with green skin and a Mohawk-like fin. He was found after an accident by Lieutenant Frank Darling of Chicago Police District, unconscious and with no memories of his past. Now, Dragon later joins the police force and that is where our story truly begins.moreless
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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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    The War Next Door

    The War Next Door

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    USA (ended 2000)
    "And the eternal dance of death continues." After years of saving the world and chasing bad guys, secret agent Kennedy Smith has decided to retire and have a nice normal average life with his wife and average two kids. Starting a new life isn't always easy, but it becomes even harder when Kennedy's greatest enemy, Kriegman, and his henchwoman Barbara Bush move in next door. Kriegman misses tormenting his old adversary and has decided to seek him out. Each episode the two enemies fight it out over some typical suburban problem until the very end when one of them dies, only to have this eternal dance of death continue the very next week. No, they don't explain how they keep dying and coming back - it's the Eternal Dance of Death.moreless
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    WWF Livewire

    WWF Livewire

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    USA (ended 2001)
    "WWF LiveWire" aired Saturday mornings on USA Network. It was a revamp of the WWF's previous Saturday morning show, "WWF Mania." The studio mimicked the original concept of the Mania set, but included more televisions and gadgets, and was designed to look like a television production center. LiveWire and Mania shared the same host, Todd Pettingil. LiveWire was the first WWF show to take fans' phone calls, letters, and faxes and respond to them on the air. The show was used to summarize the past week in the WWF and often showed what WWF superstars were doing after Monday Night Raw went off the air. Eventually, Pettingil was joined by Sunny (Tammy Lynn-Sytch) and the two answered phone calls and interviewed WWF stars in the Stamford, CT studios. After Pettingil left the WWF, Michael Cole began hosting LiveWire. LiveWire was the predecessor to WWF Excess, a morning news show hosted by Michael Cole, Jonathan Coachman and Marissa McMahon. It was a show that recapped current events in the WWF (now WWE) at the time.moreless
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    Bumper Stumpers

    Bumper Stumpers

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    USA (ended 1990)
    There is always something about a personalized license plate that brings a smile to everyone's face. Indeed, the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles has made something of a career of it. But ask any Virginian what inspired him to get that quirky plate, and chances are he will not mention Bumper Stumpers, the most successful of original game shows ever aired on USA Network. Bob Stewart had set up outfits in Toronto and Montréal during the mid-1980s, reviving Jackpot in Toronto and Chain Reaction in Montréal. Coming out of that background, the heirs to the Jack Barry game show estate teamed with Wink Martindale Enterprises to create Bumper Stumpers for Global Television (Eastern Canada) and USA Network (United States). Here was its simple premise: Al Dubois, billed as "the driving force" on the show, gave two pairs of contestants word puzzles in the form of quirky license plates. First up on the bank of seven computer monitors: two different license plates. Al Dubois read a clue: "Which of these license plates belongs to…?" The contestants had to buzz in when they thought they knew, and said either "left" or "right." Whoever won that skirmish got control of the correct license plate and then had five seconds to decipher it. (e.g., The pictured license plate belongs to an overweight ballerina.) If neither team got the right answer (with the team in control missing out first, then the other team), the round started over with two different plates. Getting the correct answer within five seconds gave the lucky team a chance to solve the main license plate. The main puzzler was a seven-space license plate, à la old school California, with white characters, à la Michigan. Only the team that had won the round could get a shot at this main puzzler. With the first letter of the plate given to them, they would ask for a different space to be filled. Given that character, the contestants had ten seconds to solve the puzzler. Early in its first season, one correctly-solved main puzzler took the lucky team directly to the endgame. There they tried to guess as many as seven license plates within 60 seconds. The more they solved, the better their chances were at that diabolical bank of computer monitors. Each of the seven screens changed to a letter: S, T, U, M, P, E, R. Behind them? However many license plates the contestants failed to solve, that was the number of STOP signs lurking behind the seven screens. The other screens hid dollar amounts: $500, $400, $300, $200, $100, and another $500. However many license plates the team correctly solved, was reflected in the end game, starting with the $500 space and going down the line as you just read. Players chose letters and (hopefully) amassed money until (A) they collected $500 to win the endgame, or (B) they hit a STOP sign and ended play, keeping any accumulated winnings. (That rule would change shortly.) Rather the reverse of the Tic Tac Dough endgame, since there could be as many of six dragons (oops-I meant STOP signs) and only one good place on the board. Within two months of the first year, the structure of front game to endgame was changed. Before, teams could stay until they lost two front games to the same opponents. In the revised format, two main puzzlers made up the front game. Values of dollar amounts in the endgame were changed. This time, depending on how many license plates were guessed correctly, the non-STOP signs began with a WIN symbol, then these dollar amounts: $500, $400, $300, $200, $100. The champions' goal was to get the WIN sign and collect $1,000 or (if they guessed four to six plates correctly) select enough dollar amounts to reach $1,000. Any time they hit a STOP sign, the champions would lose any accumulated money in the endgame. (That put it more in-line with the Barry & Enright tradition.) Teams could win a maximum of five front games. Among all those who competed on Bumper Stumpers, no one won more money than Mo and Jeff, five-time champions from the first season. Bumper Stumpers was a registered trademark of Barry & Enright Productions and Wink Martindale Enterprises.moreless
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    Sanchez of Bel Air

    Sanchez of Bel Air

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    USA (ended 1986)
    coming soon...
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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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    Red Skies

    Red Skies

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    From director/producer John Woo (Face Off, Mission Impossible 2) comes this light hearted action series that uses some of the high end martial arts that are featured in films like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

    A Chinese female cop (Vivian Wu) is arrested after illegally entering the US while chasing a criminal from Mainland China. She is then adopted by the San Diego division of the FBI and becomes a member of it's team. Shawn Christian plays the head of the FBI division. Kadeem Hardison is his partner and best friend. Rachel Crawford plays the junior FBI agent.moreless
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    Claude's Crib

    Claude's Crib

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    USA (ended 1997)
    A young man inherits a big house, but to maintain finances, he has to take in several roommates.
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    The Sea Hunters

    The Sea Hunters

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    USA (ended 2006)
    The Sea Hunters takes teams of divers into unknown waters to discover secrets of our recent past.
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    Happy Hour (1999)

    Happy Hour (1999)

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    USA (ended 2000)
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    The Velvet Hammer

    The Velvet Hammer

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    USA
    Candy Carter, a Texas debutante, comes back to Houston to discover that her life is not as she thought it was. She finds she is divorced with two kids and works as an FBI agent.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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    Reel Wild Cinema

    Reel Wild Cinema

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    USA (ended 1997)
    a salute to B-movies
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    Eden (1992)

    Eden (1992)

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    USA (ended 1993)
    The show centers around the Sinclairs and a resort, called Eden, that they had owned together. Grant (Jeff Griggs) and Josh (Steve Chase) Sinclair are brothers, and Eve (Barbara Alyn Woods) had been married to Grant before his untimely death in a boating accident. Grant's will requires Eve to remarry within two years of his death or she will lose control of the resort. The series starts almost two years after Grant's death, and Eve remains unmarried, still to much in love with Grant to move on.

    Eden Staff: Randi Banks (Darcy DeMoss) is the fitness trainer, BD Thomas (Jack Armstrong) is the scuba instructor.

    Dean Scofield appears later in the series and plays the character Paul Murdock. Murdock is/was the best friend of Grant Sinclair, and is the current friend of Eve. Scofield also appeared as Fred on the television show Archie Bunker's Place (1979-1980).

    Eden's Complete Series DVD outer box notes that there were 26 episodes. The DVD's contained within the box contain six long episodes (Eden 1 - Eden 6). Conceivably, the rather long Eden episodes were originally broken down into 26 episodes, but no episode break is obvious in the current format.moreless
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    Lost on Earth

    Lost on Earth

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    USA (ended 1997)
    David Rudy, a local newsman down on his luck, is forced to take over a puppet show and discovers the life-sized puppets are actually friendly aliens from an alternate universe.
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    Killer Bud

    Killer Bud

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    USA (TV Movie)
    After getting fired from yet another job, two losers embark on a journey to impress their reluctant dates. In order to score, Waylon and Buzz must acquire the discontinued food item, the "Feed Bag." Upon finding the only convenience store which carries Feed Bags is closed, Waylon and Buzz decide to break in and, in turn, cannot break out. Oh yeah, there's also Fievel, biology teacher-turned-drug dealer, a killer Pomeranian, etymology mixups, the implications of showtunes, the vindictive copy store clerk, the smarmy taxi driver, and a mysterious Pachinko machine named Al.moreless
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