|memedumpster - 2010-09-01 |
|duck&cover - 2010-09-01 |
In a desperate attempt to boost ratings, Meego the wacky alien accidentally contacts the castaways on Gilligan's Island.
|themilkshark - 2010-09-01 |
He had more than one failed sitcom, right? The opening to this show reeks of poor decisions made in the 90's.
Brief Google-aided research shows Pinchot was the star of another short-lived CBS sitcom in 1993, something called "The Trouble With Larry". Apparently, he played a wacky guy who'd been declared dead after going missing in Africa and years later moves in with his ex-fiance and her new guy, and it seems to have lasted for only a couple of episodes before CBS flushed it down the drain to a doubtless well-earned obscurity.
That and from what I've heard Pinchot has had a reputation as being difficult to work with. Really difficult.
|BHWW - 2010-09-01 |
You don't really see "high concept" wacky crap sitcoms like this anymore. I think they had their last big moment in the 90's and mostly on ABC. No one's really doing sitcoms anymore about the wacky mishaps of a family with a talking dog or a genie or a ghost these days. At least not in America, I can't speak for anywhere else.
TEE GEE EYE EFF
THANK GOODNESS ITS FUNNY
|baleen - 2010-09-01 |
third schlock from the sun.
|FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2010-09-01 |
On the other hand, I'd watch Bronson Pinchot as Mi-Go anyday.
|Seris - 2010-09-01 |
hey its the annoying french guy from step by step
|Xenocide - 2010-09-01 |
Holy crap, they've got Balki, the kid from Jerry Mcgwire, and Buffy's little sister on this thing.
Some sort of perfect failure storm is occurring here, before our very eyes.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-09-01 |
Bronson Pinchot as Mork.
No, really. He's trying to sound like Robin Williams, but he ends up sounding like Carl Sagan.
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