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Average Joe
NBC,

2003

| Reality

This is about a bunch of "Average Joes" who are trying to win over a girl's heart.


Carol & Company
NBC,

1990

| Comedy

In this short-lived attempt to revive Carol Burnett's TV career in the early '90s, the approach was a little different from earlier series. This time Burnett would take on a different persona each week, and each installment resembled a sitcom episode. As always, the "company" of background performers appeared as different characters each week, with special guests dropping in from time to time. Some episodes featured Jeremy Piven as a member of the company, who was later replaced with Peter Krause. Meagen Fay and Richard Kind went on to appear in Burnett's next series, "The Carol Burnett Show" (1991).


The Restaurant (2004)
NBC,

2003

| Reality

The Restaurant is a one-hour reality documentary that it based at Rocco DiSpirito's two successful City Restaurants, The Union Pacific and Tuscan. Rocco puts everything on the line as he tries to create his own ultra-chic Manhattan eatery. The workplace drama also follows the foibles and flirtations of his waiters, waitresses, bartenders and sous chefs as they mix it up with the steady flow of Manhattan's social scene. And, in a unique twist, The Restaurant is the first dramatic series that literally caters to the viewing public.


The Single Guy
NBC,

1995

| Comedy

A struggling New York writer (Jonathan Silverman) attempts to find success and dates.


T.V. Funhouse
NBC,

2000

| Comedy

In this spin-off of the TV Funhouse cartoons on SNL, our host Doug (Doug Dale) hosts a show on a set that resembles Blue's Clues if it wasn't computerized. He picks a theme for the day (Caveman Day, Western Day, Astronaut Day, Mexicans Day) and encourages his "Anipals" (His animal puppets) to do stuff for the day that corresponds with the theme. Of course, they never do and get themselves in crazy situations like going to a Tijuanese Bordello and Doug is stuck on the set all alone. There's also Robert Smigel cartoons and mock-educational films! Robert Smigel is best known as the voice of Triumph The Insult Comic Dog which is originally from Conan O'Brian.


School Pride
NBC,

2010

| Drama, Family

When America's public schools are out for a routine inspection hosts Tom Stroup, Kym Whitley, Jacob Soboroff, and Susie Castillo are out to give a makeover.


Petrocelli
NBC,

1974

| Drama

A lawyer moves to the southwest to practice law.


The Archie and Sabrina Surprise Package

The continuing adventures of Archie and Sabrina the Teenage Witch.


A Year in the Life
NBC,

1987

| Drama, Mini-Series
Rating: 2/5

Joe Gardner (Richard Kiley) is the owner of a successful plastics business and father of four adult children: A twice-divorced daughter Anne (Wendy Phillips), who had returned home with her two teenaged children; daughter Lindley (Jayne Atkinson) and husband Jim (Adam Arkin), parents of a newborn baby daughter; black sheep son Jack (Morgan Stevens); and conservative youngest son Sam (David Oliver), married to free-spirited Kay (Sarah Jessica Parker). After his wife dies, his four adult children try to help him move on. Until Dr. Alice Foley (Diana Muldaur) comes into his life. Amanda Peterson played Joe Gardner's granddaughter Sunny Sisk and Trey Ames played Gardner's grandson, David Sisk. Sarah Jessica Parker played Kay Ericson (Gardner) Sam Gardner's new bride, a free-spirit.


Nutcracker: Money, Madness & Murder

A three-part, six-hour miniseries based on Shana Alexander's book about a man whose obsession for pleasing his mother results in his killing his wealthy grandfather at her request. Based on a true-life case.