It had everything," he says. But even when respondents didn't volunteer their own identities for the public, the results of this survey are full of surprises, starting with the show Hollywood chose as its all-time No. Read more Hollywood's Favorite Movie Quotes. Read more Hollywood's Favorite Films.
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Right," says Cherry, Right and you move to the suburbs and you're still unhappy? But when the cable networks got it, they didn't think it was scandalous enough. The real hotel, the Gleneagles in Devon, closed in March but used to be a tourist attraction; guests were served by actors playing Basil, Sybil, Manuel and the others.
Michael J. Keaton — Matthew Broderick was offered the part — in this Reagan-era sitcom about aging hippie parents with self-involved kids. But it didn't take long to see a star was being born. David E.
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But nobody will watch it. Do you want us to air it anyway? Les said, 'Can't change it now, it's a top 10 show!
Creator Ronald D. The family drama, loosely based on Ron Howard 's film, had its share of tragedy, starting with the death of NBC development exec Nora O'Brien , who had a brain aneurysm on the set during the filming of the pilot.
Sherwood Schwartz 's sitcom about a blended family can be seen daily in countries. That show was all about me having to treat crazy situations like they were perfectly normal. One [episode] I had a patient who was a ventriloquist — his puppet was Wally — and the ventriloquist said, 'Wally wants to go out on his own. S training Contra fighters in Nicaragua, they worried they might have jumped the shark. So they took the script to an expert, Oliver North , and asked the Iran-Contra figure who happens to be a fan of the show his opinion.
Bruce Wayne has a whole cave of crime-fighting toys, but all Oliver Queen gets is a bow and arrow. That's why it resonates. A few years into the private eye series, another show on a rival network came on with a similar theme song. The producer gets up and says: 'Did you see that? Did you see him hit me?
I'll do it again. A show about a telepathic waitress dealing with vampires in a small Southern town wasn't the perfect fit for Tony Soprano's channel. Dick Wolf 's cops-and-lawyers show all but invented the procedural crime franchise. It cast huge stars before anybody knew their names Samuel L. Remember the episode where the castaways almost got off the island? But Gilligan messed it up?
Or how about the episode where they almost got off the island, but Gilligan messed it up? The classic sitcom about six stock characters marooned off the coast of Hawaii only ran three seasons but became a TV staple in syndication. Tina Louise , 81, still thinks of Ginger as the role of her career. She says, "It was as if she was just waiting for me. The cartoon about a prehistoric family was way ahead of its time — it was the first primetime series to show a couple in bed together that'd be Fred and Wilma. The subversive family sitcom put the fledgling Fox network on the map.
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When you get bored of one Doctor, a new one pops up. Who is going to want to watch this show? The original TV fright fest from the master of horror. Everybody laughed so hard, the whole thing ended up staying in the show. This high school series was famous for its romantic pairings, but it was the interracial hookup between Zack and Lisa that elicited the strongest fan response.
For much of the first season, Eden says "I was draped in so many veils, I looked like a walking tent.
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James L. Brooks says he got the idea for the show when reading a magazine article about a cab company "where everyone had an ambition to be something else. John Goodman became an unlikely star when he landed the role of Dan Connor opposite comedy queen Roseanne Barr in her hit sitcom about a blue-collar family struggling to get by. Creator Diane English is certain her newsroom comedy would never make it on network TV today.
The Pythons didn't give us that much. We were cheated. The surprisingly poignant finale of this sitcom framed around a man explaining to his kids how he met their mother had been in the works since the very first episode spoiler alert: Mom's dead. I'm delighted to take it.
In the end, though, it was the model of putting every episode out at once. Some shows are better off having a week in between to digest and anticipate. Fans weren't the only ones bummed when the mother-daughter dramedy ended its run; creator Amy Sherman-Palladino had to sit out the last season on the sidelines after her contract renegotiations went south.
But it's always a bummer when you don't get to end it. I remember executives feeling bad that the characters were always losing. They'd say, 'Can't something good happen to them? It was about real kids. Betty White originally auditioned for the role of sex-hungry Blanche but was "concerned the part might seem too close to Sue Ann Nivens from The Mary Tyler Moore Show ," says the year-old actress.
The sitcom about a bunch of older ladies — NBC president Brandon Tartikoff came up with the idea after spending time with an elderly aunt — was anything but stodgy, dealing with such subjects as AIDS and gay marriage. Here's the downside of playing president — or even vice president — on TV: If you're any good at it, people take you too seriously. This dark political drama has an eerie knack for pulling storylines out of headlines before those headlines are even printed.
Sure, it's on PBS.
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And yes, it's full of Edwardian footmen and snooty butlers. But don't be fooled. It always seems to be a shock when the story goes on a big right angle. But he speculates it may have something to do with a desire for a show that reached across class lines. And if it had been made in the '90s, the Crawley's would have been vile," Fellows notes.
It was a show about social change and democracy that on the surface looked comfortingly familiar. But being a critical darling isn't everything.
The network had one note regarding Fonzie: Lose the threatening-looking leather jacket. But producer Garry Marshall argued that the jacket was motorcycle safety equipment, and a compromise was reached: Fonzie could wear it when his bike was on the screen. There are also the teachers we may not fully acknowledge or accept. Perhaps Alyosha, perhaps Ivan in the Brothers Karamazov. Image: Chris Lawton, Public Domain. Dicta July 25, Books With Spines. They simply dismiss him. Recommended two times. If that's not a bad teacher, what is? The book also has a sharp commentary on social politics.
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