|Caminante Nocturno |
When I am an old man, I will tell my grandchildren stories of the triumphant day we finally drove a stake into the whithered, filthy heart of idealized 50's nostalgia and killed it forever.
|Dinky Patterson |
That introduction probably cost less to make than the one from the original series--without an adjustment for inflation.
Tony Dow's gentleman's perm seems to be more 70s nostalgia than 50s.
The weird thing about this show was that Beaver's brother was relatively normal and had kids, while Beaver was a stunted manchild who lived with his mother and remained somewhat virginal.
Tabletop gaming judge/bear OUTTA NOWHERE.
And hot dogs fly through the air behind him.
i remember watching this as a kid on sick days, staying home from school. actually, i was pretty sure it was a fever dream creation. i somehow wish it was. what a fucking stupid idea.
I remember always changing the channel and not watching this
|The Townleybomb |
Hey, speak for yourself, my dad welcomed this with open arms when it came out.
Five stars for having a crew member named "Peter Smoker."
Oh wait that says "Peter Smokler." Oh well. -1 star then.
TV's answer to a question nobody asked.
Ah gotta love 90's tv shows and the sax intro's.
|Moustache McGillicuddy |
hurry make a tv show about beavr
oh no the tv show was cancleld
PLZ WE NEED MORE BEAVR MAKE MORE
ok here is a movie
Some songs were not meant for the saxaphone.
This was by far the best episode.
Dear lord, there were FOUR SEASONS of THIS made.
no white people tag?
In these times of economic uncertainty, it's good to know we'll always have faith in Frank Bank.
While cheap-o sitcoms made for first-run syndication had existed before the 80's and early 90's, that period was their heyday, and there were plenty of attempts at doing sequels and remakes and updates of sitcoms both classic and saracastic quotes "classic". This was the second time at getting the new adventures of manchild Beaver Cleaver off the ground and too bad it was successful.
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