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Desc:One of the shows that was the death knell for the golden age of sitcoms in the 80's.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Horror
Tags:80s, Crap, Sitcoms, sitcom, the charmings
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baleen - 2007-07-28

I kind of wanted to forget this forever but couldn't so I'm inflicting it on you.
Angel Carver - 2007-07-28
I loved this show when I was seven. At around that time, I was also diagnosed as borderline retarded.
baleen - 2007-07-28
Thank you for sharing.

Corman's Inferno - 2007-07-28
State-of-the-art computer graphics! That dragon probably took 8 months to animate.
garcet71283 - 2007-07-28
Paul Winfield
"The Mirror"

I think I vaguely recall this in reruns on USA for some reason...

doc duodenum - 2007-07-28
The Magical Negro cliche needs to be burned to the ground.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-07-28
I seem to remember Paul Winfield as a magical negro on like five or six different shows in the 80s and 90s?

Xenocide - 2007-07-28
I've never heard of this show before, and for that I am truly grateful.

So the mom is actually supposed to be Snow White, huh? Thanks, 80's.

kingarthur - 2007-07-28
Paul Winfield

doc duodenum - 2007-07-28
This couldn'tve been worse than Small Wonder
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-07-28
It was like Bewitched, but they were afraid of being outed for being 1000 years old fairy tale characters. It was so bad I'm surprised the entire cast didn't all rob liquor stores after it was cancelled.

baleen - 2007-07-28

It actually was worse than Small Wonder. I remember thinking this to myself as a child.

Hooper_X - 2008-07-09
It was Fables: The Wacky Sitcom Version.

Hakujinjoe - 2007-07-28
i remember this show, although I'm most surprised by the fact that it had a second season. I only remember one episode about credit card abuse and I thought for sure it must have been canceled half-way through the season.
TimbolinoBilchard - 2007-07-28
I thought this abomination only lasted one or two episodes.

Hooper_X - 2007-07-28
Amazingly enough, the only episode *I* remember is the one about credit card abuse.

BHWW - 2007-07-28
I remember this pile of crap. Sort of, I didn't watch much of it but I saw enough.

The actor who played Prince Charming, Christopher Rich is one of those "oh, it's that guy"-type character actors who always seems to show up playing grinning dimwits and venal, easily defeated foils for the protaganists of whichever show he appears on.
yoyo1 - 2007-07-28
What's with the eighties and the saxophone?
baleen - 2007-07-29

Nothing conveys a great funky modern time better than the saxophone.

GoneGirl - 2007-08-04
Wow. I have absolutely no memory of this but now I feel the urge to seek it out.
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-03-26
That dragon didn't even do anything, you smarmy bastard.
Killer Joe - 2011-01-31
The internet says this show won an emmy.
(For lighting design).
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