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Desc:'and NBC hopes it stays on the tracks, there's a lot of money invested in that one'
Category:Classic TV Clips, Advertisements
Tags:cocaine, tom brokaw, gene shalit, Supertrain, crushing disappointment
Submitted:The Mothership
Date:08/16/10
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Comment count is 9
memedumpster - 2010-08-16
I genuinely feel like the Supertrain set was robbed of its glory by terrible acting and scripts.
BHWW - 2010-08-16
The scent of desparation hangs in the air as once again, whichever TV network is in last place at the time tries something, anything, to grab viewers.
Rudy - 2010-08-16

* The Arson Epidemic

* Mennonites in Trouble

* More Shoehorned-In References to Trains
cognitivedissonance - 2010-08-16
This is a real exhibit.
GravidWithHate - 2010-08-16
The set designer is thinking "Well, the show is dreck, but maybe I'll be able to get another job based on how nice the set is..."
sosage - 2010-08-16
Supertrain? Whatever. I want to hear more about this frozen waterfall climbing.
Mike Tyson?! - 2010-08-16
It would still take 14 hours to go from NYC to LA doing 200mph.

14 hours at doing the top theoretical speed. Gee I wonder why the board of directors was skeptical about this taking off.
fluffy - 2010-08-16
Gene Shalit's afro is still a thing of wonder.
Caminante Nocturno - 2010-08-16
Did they just give away the ending to the Supertrain pilot on Good Morning America?
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