Pauly

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FOX (ended 1997)

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Pauly

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The slacker son of a rich hotel magnate finds his cushy lifestyle threatened when his widower dad gets engaged to a gorgeous young aerobics instructor, who moves in with them, along with her 10-year-old son. On Pauly's side are Sumi, their wisecracking Asian housekeeper, and Burger, Pauly's childhood friend and the owner of a video store. Flashbacks and fantasy dream sequences are used liberally. Thrown on the air months after it was filmed, "Pauly" was paired with Married with Children (a good companion, though the series was on its last legs at the time) and Melrose Place!(???) Ratings were lower than low, so the series quickly left the airwaves, leaving two of the seven episodes unaired. FOX Broadcast History March 1997-April 1997 Mondays at 9:30 p.m.
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    • Funny because it sucked so bad

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      Poor Pauly Shore set the bar for bad shows with this inane show about a rich guy having meaningless problems. It's amazing that Fox didn't keep this show on for 15 years because it was pure garbage. The bright spots of the show was the beautiful Charlotte Ross, now there is a chick that very easy on the eyes. Pauly's career fizzled after this fiasco and he had gained momentum from the great movie Son in Law but this turned his career straight down into the "You can Call me Ray or you can call me Jay" guy's range from the 70's . Calling this the Worst Show ever is being nice. It's like calling George W Bush the worst president ever, this show was so much worse than the closest worse show that it makes The War At Home on Fox look like Cheers in comparison.moreless
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