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41 – Dirty Dancing (1988) – “Baby, It’s You ” w/ Julie Lively

We’re NOT having the time of our lives in an alternate universe Dirty Dancing where Baby is pushed into the talent director’s job at her father’s resort and must overcome the resentment of dance teacher Johnny Castle. Guest starring Julie Lively!

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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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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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6 – Justice League (1997)

MAD Magazine writer Kit Lively joins us to talk about the 1997 never-aired pilot for Justice League, a complete visual abortion.

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About Justice League (1997)

In 1997, CBS tried to capitalize on the latest wave of super hero success by commissioning a Justice League live action TV series based on the more humorous Justice League International comics by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis. And they basically turned into a Friends rip-off.

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5 – Viper Retrospective and What’s Next

A look back at what stuck with us with Justice League (1997) and we talk about our next subject: 1997’s live action Justice League.

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About Justice League (1997)

In 1997, CBS tried to capitalize on the latest wave of super hero success by commissioning a Justice League live action TV series based on the more humorous Justice League International comics by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis. And they basically turned into a Friends rip-off.

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4 – Viper (1994)

Thomas the Tank joins us to talk 1994’s Viper, the would-be successor to Knight Rider.

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About Viper

In 1994, CBS commissioned a pilot for another show about a vigilante with a cool car, Viper, starring no one  you really know. The show faced a lot of struggle before it even got on the air, with a lawsuit and CBS canceling it for being too violent. NBC picked it up at the behest of Daimler-Chrysler and Viper lived for one season before coming back two years later in syndication.

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3 – Cop Rock Retrospective and What’s Next

A look back at what stuck with us with Cop Rock and we talk about our next subject: 1994’s Viper.

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About Viper

In 1994, CBS commissioned a pilot for another show about a vigilante with a cool car, Viper, starring no one  you really know. The show faced a lot of struggle before it even got on the air, with a lawsuit and CBS canceling it for being too violent. NBC picked it up at the behest of Daimler-Chrysler and Viper lived for one season before coming back two years later in syndication.

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