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  1. I read this the other day! Fantastic news! In fact...They're real! and they're spectacular!
  2. Actually, I googled Gidget and verified the Bradys. AND I know you won't believe this but I was going to guess Mr. Ed. It was pure guess and darn it all, I should have just went for it. 6 new questions? YIKES You know I stink at the questions. We still have one of RedStickMom's question....do you know the answer, Morty? "What to "The Goonies" and "One Day at a Time" have in common?"
  3. What is the Bunker's street address on All in the Family? 704 Hauser Street Rob and Laura Petrie 148 Bonny Meadow Road New Rochelle, NY Some great tv family 17230 Valley Stream Road Chatsworth, CA Oscar Madison and Felix Unger 1049 Park Avenue NY NY Jed and Granny Clampett, Jetthro and Ellie Mae 518 Crestview Drive Beverly Hills, CA Mr. and Mrs. Brady, and family 4222 Clinton Way Los Angeles, CA Gidget Lawrence 803 N. Dutton Drive Pacific Palisades, CA
  4. OMG OMG! First....YAY! Second...ugh at you..NO it wasnt an hour! Sheesh. LOL (Based a lot of my research on it being an hour long. uhh...you might have to sit on the naughty mat for that!) Thank you for the great question! (wonder if I could pull another out of him)
  5. Remember WENN ran for 56 episodes over 4 seasons. However, it was a half hour sitcom, not an hour...so hmmmm.... I loved the show Alice. Alice, Flo, and Vera are the waitresses I remember. I have no clue about Goonies and One Day at a Time.
  6. Huh? Anyway...back to Morty's trivia question. Someone, anyone take a stab! Here it is.. Identify the unique workplace one hour sitcom that took place in suite 1313 of an office building. In fact, I don't recall one of the 56 episodes that took place outside #1313. Additional clues: 90's cable show, not on Morty's classic tv list, and it has somewhat of a following still. I'm totally stumped. I wonder if I've even heard of this show.
  7. Thanks for giving us one we'll "never get". LOL leave it to you. I usually don't get your questions anyway. However, I enjoy trying to figure them out. I've spent some time on this one and haven't even a remote clue yet. I'm stuck on one hour sitcom. Really. How many of those are there? It's unheard of in the true sense of the word sitcom. Would it be classified as a "dramedy"? 56 episodes, so it had to be on for a couple and a half years. I keep coming back to moonlighting but that can't be it. hmmm...Great question. I'll keep working on it. oh..and tsk tsk! at you for breakin
  8. hmmm..interesting. It instantly reminded me of the US show with the celebrity has beens. They lived in a house together and had "challenges". I'm not sure if people were voted out every week. I don't think so. It was on for a few seasons I think. What IS that show??? Can't think of it. Hard to believe that Whitney Houston is going to be on big brother...hmmmm..again.
  9. Well, dang, Art! That WAS quick! LOL Somebody asked me that today and it took me a few beats to come up with it. I loved the Brady Bunch in its day. OK....ask away. Don't you wish Morty would come along and zap us with one of his cool questions? *sigh* Anyway, good going Art!
  10. Well, I guess we'll never know the answer that kitten intended. I IMDB'd it and Jed, Granny, Jethro, and Ellie were in 274 episodes and Mr. Drysdale and Miss Hathaway were in 247 episodes. Sooooo, I guess it's them. Cousin Pearl was on 23 episodes, Art. AND Irene Ryan who played Granny passed away two years after the show ended. Moving on... I dare you to think about this and not google or wiki it. lol Think about it long enough and it'll pop into your head. Who was George Glass?
  11. LOL pinkie! It's a stupid storyline but Grey's producers are trying to bank on everyones love of this character/actor. So, kudos to them for recognizing it. Izzy is going to have a tumor? I didn't kow. So, it sounds like Nicholas on General Hospital. His tumor allowed him to see his dead love. For awhile he refused treatment because he knew it meant he'd lose the visions and interactions with his true love. Finally, when he did get the treatment, the ghost went away. I surely hope Grey's doesn't go that far with Izzy's storyline. Just plain too outrageous for primetime soaps. But th
  12. I don't think it'd be very interesting to watch if it wasn't somewhat 'exploitive' as you put it ImIn. If the family had the same way of life it wouldn't be worth the swap. Most of these families do come away having learned something about themselves. Editing makes it seem like it anyway. I'd like to know what you mean, Jenn, by you not applying for the show. Did you apply for another and they found you that way? Anyway, I hope that the experience in itself was overall good for you. I would also like to know when your show airs. It must be frustrating having no clue about how they'r
  13. From TMZ.com Big Bro's Memphis -- Destined for Brokeness Read and Watch the clip here.
  14. Here's the first segment they did. The Q & A. Enjoyed it very much. Love this family. Watch Here
  15. Hi Yana, I was thinking about the girls today too.... Wondering what they were doing for their birthday. I hope they had a fun day and did something special.

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