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21 – Heil Honey, I’m Home (1990)

Get your laugh tracks ready, as we’re taking on our first sitcom with the the 1990 Hitler sitcom Heil Honey, I’m Home!

In 1990, the British network Galaxy (later part of BSkyB) produced a sitcom from Geoff Atkinson called Heil Honey I’m Home! that centered on Nazi dictator Adolph Hitler, his wife Eva Braun, and their wacky Jewish neighbors; confusingly they all have New York accents. Eight episodes were produced, but only one aired.

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19 – The Thanksgiving Promise (1986)

It’s our Thanksgiving special! We’re gobbling down the Thanksgiving Promise from 1986, starring Jason Bateman and the entire Beau Bridges clan!

As part of the Wonderful World of Disney, ABC aired The Thanksgiving Promise, a tv movie based on a book, starring Beau Bridges, Lloyd Bridges, Jeff Bridges, Jordan Bridges, Courtney Thorne-Smith, and Jason Bateman! The story focuses on a mopey teen who’s given the job of raising a goose for Thanksgiving slaughter.

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17 – VIP (1998) – “Beats Working at Hot Dog Stand”

We’re heading into the danger zone with Pam Anderson’s “reverse-Charlie’s Angels”: 1998’s VIP!

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About VIP (1998)

After a lukewarm response to her movie Barb Wire, Pamela Anderson teamed up with Under Siege writer J.F. Lawton to make VIP, a reverse Charlie’s Angels: where the bimbo is in charge. The show lasted four seasons in syndication and actually won an Emmy for its intro music.

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15 – Charmed (2018)

As the second part of our first original vs reboot double feature, we the summon the Power of Three for the 2018 reboot of Charmed with Angela from Central Track!

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About Charmed (2018)

CBS tried to reboot Charmed in 2013, but the script never got filmed. However, in 2018 the CW network decided to go ahead with a new pilot that would air 20 years to the day after the original series. The new series is set in a new fictional town and focuses on women of color with a heavy focus on feminism. The reboot has been met with much skepticism from the original show’s cast.

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14 – Charmed (1998) – “Something Wicca This Way Comes”

As part of our first original vs reboot double feature, we cast a spell on the WB’s 1998 pilot Charmed. Guest starring Angela Jones from Central Track.

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About Charmed (1998)

After Buffy The Vampire Slayer moved to UPN in the late 1990s, The WB network was looking for a magical replacement, so they turned to Aaron Spelling and Spelling Television and they came up with Charmed, a series about 3 sistes who discover they’re The Charmed Ones, three women who were prophesied to be the strongest witches ever. While the series was immensely successful, there was trouble behind the scenes between Shannon Doherty and Alyssa Milano.

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12 – Star Trek: the Original Series (1965) – “The Cage”

We set phasers to kill for the original unaired pilot for Star Trek in 1965: “The Cage,” starring an almost entirely different cast than the one that aired in 1966. Guest starring Travis from Low Player Count.

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About Star Trek (1965)

In 1965, NBC ordered a pilot for a new series called Star Trek with a pilot called “The Cage.” It had a cast that was almost entirely different than the series we all know, other than Leonard Nimoy and Majel Barrett. The pilot was considered too cerebral and didn’t have enough action, so NBC never aired it, opting to order a new pilot which would star the familiar original series cast with William Shatner, DeForrest Kelley, Leonard Nimoy, Walter Koenig and George Takei.

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10 – Tag Team (1991)

We’re slamming into the turnbuckle with 1991’s Tag Team, starring Rowdy Roddy Piper and Jesse “The Body” Ventura. Nate from Kvlt of Personality joins us to talk all things wrestling and where this show went wrong.

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About Tag Team (1991)

In the early 1980s, Jesse “The Body” Ventura got into acting and landed a role in a show about a former wrestler turned cop. Ventura needed someone who really knew wrestling, so he enlisted Rowdy Roddy Piper after he showed interest and the show was turned into a buddy cop comedy, Tag Team. Only one episode was produced and burned off as a TV movie after the production companies sued each other and the show got caught in the middle.

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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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