Was there a particular show that you loved watching that got canned? Anything more obscure, rather than say..."Seinfeld"? I loved the HBO show "Dream On". With the recent trend of putting entire seasons of television shows on DVD, I have yet to see that show on DVD. What about the rest of you?
"Cunnilingus and psychiatry brought this on" - Tony Soprano
Ummm...that's a good question. A few that come to mind:
WCW Saturday Night Camp Wilder Family Guy Animaniacs (the cartoon show)
Those are all I can think of at this present moment.
SD2: April, Year 3; what's the point to the Career mode, anyhow? FF7: Disc 1; 4h into game; en route to the next reactor FF8: Disc 2; 15h into game; Squall, Rinoa, Irvine vs. Master NORG. FF9: Disc 1; 6h into game; Hunting down Dagger after she drugged me!
"Firehouse". It lasted 13 episodes in 1974. Loosely based on a TV movie in 1973 that still shows up on television once in awhile starring Shaft himself, Richard Roundtree
The TV series had nothing to do with the movie plot (one cast member, two character names, and Engine 23 were pretty much the only things saved according to IMDB) and was put together as a half hour single engine company knockoff of "Emergency", which I also was a big fan of.
an Anchor Bay or somebody put out a DVD of the movie and series together as a package, though it would be financially absurd to do so, especially since the movie is available on DVD for five bucks.
As a fun aside, as I was putting together info on this at IMDB, I found it funny that IMDB's one "If you liked this you'll like..." recommendation is Disney's "Holes".
Shows that are luckily out or coming out on DVD: Sports Night Mystery Science Theater 3000 Invader ZIM (April) The Tick Clerks Soap Red Dwarf
Shows lost in the ether: Andy Richter Controls The Universe The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. Herman's Head Misfits of Science The State
There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened. - The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
*Sledgehammer! - Trust me I know what I'm doing. Come on it has an exclamation mark after the name. It has to be good ask Smackdown! *NightStand - Make believe talkshow. Use tos tay up really late to watch this syndicated masterpiece. *Police Squad - Well at least we got some good movies out of it. *That's my Bush - Haha *Nightmare Cafe - Wes Craven had a major part in it. Never really got the opportunity it deserved. *Mission Hill *The Tick (cartoon) *Friday the 13th. The Series - Don't know if this counts because it actually got a respectable run. *Undergrads *Jack of All Trades
smark/net attack wienerville advisory is lowered to BLUE alert - Guarded (Due to Eddie being WWE champ and facing Angle at WM, Benoit winning the Rumble in World title match in mania BUT Kliq members is still a threat - Vince you can save us from these threats) 2/17
Honors for Smartest thing ever written, 5th Horseman "When Victoria, Trish, Molly, and Lilian were in the ring.. I commented to my friends that all of the 4 ladies in the ring were hotter than the all 4 that are fighting over who is the hottest in the WWE"
Was there a better cop show than this? Ever? Law and Order, and even The Shield can't compare to Homicide. In its prime (pretty much its entire run) it was a show to behold. And Andre Braugher and Kyle Secor going after someone in the box? True must see TV.
"She's screaming like crazy...You have this myth you're sharing the birth experience. Unless you're passing a bowling ball, I don't think so. Unless you're circumcising yourself with a chainsaw, I don't think so. Unless you're opening an umbrella up your ass, I don't think so." --Robin Williams on birth
Wow-I have never seen such deconstruction of the Simpsons before. I thought the show was funny, especially the mocking of the Senate in Galaxy Wars. It's a cartoon-I try not to think too much when I'm watching them.