Eric moved a wagon, loved that part.
The Tribe looks like something I would have watched every week.
|Daddy Warcrimes |
DUPE PATROL, IN COLOR.
(The entire show: http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=89840)
"tv, Pulp Fiction, Pilot, Bob Denver, unsold pilots"
I blame shitty tags. It's nice that's the full version though.
|Dr. Lobotomy |
I guess if you're going to try to sell TV pilot scripts to settle bar tabs, there's no use being hypocritical about it.
|Caminante Nocturno |
You remind me of the man.
No, not him.
You're probably thinking of THE MAN WITH THE POWER!
I mean The man with the power, his power is just good business sense and all. He made some wise investments when he was in his 20's and got in good with unions, now he's a CEO and makes 6 figures a year. He took a company that was running on empty, turned it around and made it one of the most successful businesses in America today. It's easy to confuse him with the guy that you are talking about, though I have to say I'm unfamiliar with this "THE MAN WITH THE POWER!" that you refer to, though I like the idea of adding in an exclamation mark to my name. I think I'm going to have to sign my name like that from now on. I really do need to jazz up my signature. There's nothing extra special about it, nothing that defines it. The man with the power? He signs his name in the shape of his company's logo. Classy shit there. you should see his damn business cards. Fucking Egyptian cotton. I bet if you got enough cards together and sewed them together you could make a damn fine shirt out of it. I mean, his cards aren't as stiff or as noticeable as those newfangled plastic cards that some people use, but they get your attention. And he just gives them out to everyone he meets. It's like everyone he rides an elevator with he's best friends with. Man that guy is awesome, and if he is awesome, this MAN WITH THE POWER that you speak of must be really fucking awesome.
Wow! Getting hurt in an accident gives you super powers! Here I thought all it gave you was a disability and a pack of lawyers promising to win your case.
This is genuinely fascinating, and some of these shows look pretty watchable, at least compared to the crap that passed for television back in the 70s. But the wacky narrator needs to go back to his day job at America's Blankiest Blank.
Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat) is in The Archer (seen putting on a crown). That show did air at some point, I have had fevered dreams of it since I was nine.
|Xenagama Warrior Princess |
Someone mentioned that this is a dupe, and I recall the longer version having a pretty interesting pilot called 'Madame Evil' or something to that degree that would've made an awesome series.
But what happened to the tortoise? Did it live? Did it gain wacky superpowers and become the supervillain with the tragic past?
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