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Dirty Pair Flash

Dirty Pair Flash is related to the original Dirty Pair, with the same characters but there are some changes. Dirty Pair Flash was released later but it is something of a prequel, showing the two main characters on their first assignments. It contains animated violence and mayhem, some profanity and a small amount of nudity. The DVD release is rated 15 and up. The Pair consists of two 17-year-old junior level 'Trouble Consultants', a cross between a trouble-shooter and a secret agent. They work for an organization called World Welfare & Works Association or the 3WA which handles problems galaxy-wide. Their codename is 'Lovely Angels' but it's easy to see why they are eventually known as the Dirty Pair, not in a naughty way, but because they tend to leave ruination wherever they go. Yuri is the purple-haired and perky team member, she is occasionally zany and a bit distracted.


The Underground

This series is a reminiscent of the hit comedy sketch show of the 90's - "In Living Color". The show features recurring characters from "In Living Color", parodies of the pop culture, and the up bringing of new sketch performers.


Fat Actress
Showtime,

2005

| Comedy

Zaftig Kirstie Alley (as herself) tries to mount a TV comeback in this broad self-parody. She also cocreated and co-executive produces the series.


Ready or Not
Showtime,

1999

| Drama, Teens

The program follows two teenage girls in the suburbs of Toronto, Amanda Zimm (Laura Bertram) and Elizabeth "Busy" Ramone (Lani Billard), throughout life's struggles.


Reality Show
Showtime,

2012

| Drama

The show follows Mickey Wagner, a down-on-his-luck reality show producer, as he crafts a sensational comeback.


Faerie Tale Theatre
Showtime,

1982

| Family, Fantasy
Rating: 5/5

Shelley Duvall and Playhouse video brings to life your favorite fairy tales. With stars such as Robin Williams, Vincent Price, Carrie Fisher, Jeff Goldblum and Billy Crystal Faerie Tale Theatre is fun for kids of all ages. "Since I was a child, I've been in love with the heroes and villians, the magic and the morals of faerie tales. When I was seventeen, I began collecting antique illustrated volumes of the classic faerie tales. Over the years, my collection has grown somewhat. In talking about the tales with my friends and fellow actors, I've found that all of them, young and old alike, were enchanted and excited about the possibilities of performing the stories, dramatizing the tales in the style of the old master illustrates with the video magic of modern technology and just a touch of humor.


Street Time

A dramatic series that ran for two seasons, focused on the lives of parole officers and the parolees who report to them. The tag that followed the show was "Welcome to Life on the Outside," easily describing the plot of this thrilling series. The lead character, Kevin Hunter (Rob Morrow) is a former smuggler, who is now on parole after being in prison for five years. Now that he has a new chance, Kevin will do his best to stay out of trouble, trying to reconcile with his wife Rachel (Michelle Nordin). However, the sins from his past will come back to haunt him, and James Liberti (Scott Cohen), Kevin's parole officer, will do his best to save Kevin.


Way Out

Showtime's reality series documents the experiences of gay people coming out to their friends and family.


Rude Awakening
Showtime,

1998

| Comedy

Billie Frank, an out of work alcoholic actress, used to be somewhat of a star in her day, but now she's all washed up. With the help of her mother, Trudy, Billie tries to pick up the pieces of her life and move on. Billie meets Dave, a guy who lives in her apartment building, and is also an alcoholic. The show is based upon their relationship, along with all the others in AA with them.


Fallen Angels
Showtime,

1993

| Drama

Fallen Angels is a neo-noir anthology television series set in somber Los Angeles right after World War II and before the election of president John F. Kennedy.