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T.J. Hooker

Do some good, beam him up…whatever William Shatner wants, William Shatner gets. First he made the galaxy a safer place in Star Trek, and then he set his sights on crime-ridden urban streets. Honestly, what …..[CONTINUE]

Quantum Leap

Time travel? Been there. Body switching? Done that. Time traveling into somebody else’s body? Friend, you got yourself a TV series! Quantum Leap may have sounded like a gimmicky sci-fi drama on paper, but the …..[CONTINUE]

Eerie Indiana

This ultra-quirky sitcom was notable for any reasons. Not only did it place the family sitcom in a unique setting and situation, its sophisticated handling of its paranormal elements also paved the way for later …..[CONTINUE]

Tales of the Gold Monkey

Like any true success, Raiders of the Lost Ark was frequently imitated.Tales of the Gold Monkey was frequently lumped in with the ‘Raiders’ clones but it had actually been dreamt up by creator Donald Bellisario two years before …..[CONTINUE]

It’s Your Move

Despite only lasting one season, NBC’s It’s Your Move was a definite bright spot of the 1984-85 TV season. Having established himself as an intelligent young actor in his recurring role on Silver Spoons, Jason …..[CONTINUE]

Dallas

J.R. Ewing wasn’t known to mince a lot of words. Or stay faithful to his wife, exercise even an ounce of morality in his business endeavors, or protect his “loved” ones from harm. With his …..[CONTINUE]

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