Episodes

34 – High School USA Retrospective & What’s Next

We’re looking back on High School USA and looking forward to our next pilot: 1974’s Shazam!

In 1974, CBS and Filmation created a live action show based on DC Comics’ Captain Marvel, called Shazam. Featuring terrible special effects and script, Shazam surprisingly ran for 3 seasons, including a spin off called the Legend of Isis.

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33 – High School USA (1984) w/ Stefan Halley

A host of C-level celebrities turn out to make 1984’s High School USA a thing? Guest starring Stefan Halley.

In 1983, a successful TV movie starring Michael J. Fox called High School USA spawned a potential TV series that never made it, despite having a wealth of known character actors. The pilot was burned off on Memorial Day 1984 and not much is known about it.

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32 – Heat Vision & Jack (1999) Retrospective & What’s Next

We’re looking back at the 1999 Jack Black & Owen Wilson pilot Heat Vision and Jack and talking about our next pilot: High School USA (1984)!

In 1983, a successful TV movie starring Michael J. Fox called High School USA spawned a potential TV series that never made it, despite having a wealth of known character actors. The pilot was burned off on Memorial Day 1984 and not much is known about it.

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31 – Heat Vision and Jack (1999) (w/ Patrick Woodall)

It starred Jack Black, Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller and it never aired: we’re talking about 1999’s Heat Vision and Jack! Guest starring Patrick Woodall (@endlesspat) from Adam Ruins Everything!

In 1999, Fox ordered a pilot from Rob Schrab and Dan Harmon, starring Jack Black and Owen Wilson. The show was a parody of 1970’s action shows like Six Million Dollar Man, where Jack Black played Jack Austin, a NASA astronaut who was exposed to solar radiation and became a genius, while his best friend Doug (Owen Wilson) was merged with his motorcycle. The two traveled America solving paranormal crimes.

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30 – My Mother the Car (1965) Retrospective & What’s Next

We’re looking back at My Mother The Car from last week and previewing our next pilot: 1999’s Heat Vision and Jack!

In 1999, Fox ordered a pilot from Rob Schrab and Dan Harmon, starring Jack Black and Owen Wilson. The show was a parody of 1970’s action shows like Six Million Dollar Man, where Jack Black played Jack Austin, a NASA astronaut who was exposed to solar radiation and became a genius, while his best friend Doug (Owen Wilson) was merged with his motorcycle. The two traveled America solving paranormal crimes.

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29 – My Mother the Car – “Come Honk Your Horn” (1965) (w/ Jerry Richard from NTX Beer)

We’re taking on the second worst TV show of all time: My Mother the Car! Guest starring Jerry Richard from NTX Beer.

In 1965, the creators of Get Smart and The Munsters created a new show for NBC called My Mother the Car, starring Jerry Van Dyke. In the show, Jerry plays David, whose mother is reincarnated int he form of a 1928 Porter touring car. Wacky hijinx ensue as he’s pursued by the evil Captain Bernard Manzini.

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28 – Bosom Buddies (1980) and What’s Next

We’re looking back at our last episode about Bosom Buddies and looking ahead to our next episode: 1965’s My Mother the Car!

In 1965, the creators of Get Smart and The Munsters created a new show for NBC called My Mother the Car, starring Jerry Van Dyke. In the show, Jerry plays David, whose mother is reincarnated int he form of a 1928 Porter touring car. Wacky hijinx ensue as he’s pursused by the evil Captain Bernard Manzini.

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27 – Bosom Buddies (1980) (w/ Esther Dee)

We’re joined by Esther to talk about the cross-dressing sitcom Bosom Buddies, starring Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari!

In 1980, ABC commissioned a new show starring up-and-coming actor Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari, about a couple of young ad execs who, after losing their apartment, are forced to dress as women to move into a women’s hotel. Despite a great theme song from Billy Joel, the show only lasted two years.

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26 – Airwolf (1984) & What’s Next

We’re looking back at Airwolf and what lingers from it and our next episode Bosom Buddies!

In 1980, ABC commissioned a new show starring up-and-coming actor Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari, about a couple of young ad execs who, after losing their apartment, are forced to dress as women to move into a women’s hotel. Despite a great theme song from Billy Joel, the show only lasted two years.

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25 – Airwolf – “Shadow of the Hawke” (1984) (w/ Thomas the Tank)

We’re starting 2019 with one of the most iconic shows of all time: Airwolf! Guest starring Thomas the Tank.

In 1984, CBS decided to capitalize on the movie Blue Thunder with a super helicopter show, created by Donald Bellisario, who also created Magnum PI. Starring Jan Michael Vincent, Ernest Borgnine and Alex Cord, the show only ran for 4 seasons before being canceled due to low ratings.

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