Five spinoffs I would like to see
When one of our favorite TV shows goes off the air, it always brings sadness. However, many times, the silver lining in the cancellation is the birth of a spinoff. Sometimes it can be a great thing (Lou Grant) and sometimes the results can be less than ideal (Joey).
Here are some spinoff ideas that I would love to see.
Niles & Daphne
After Frasier leaves Seattle, Niles and Daphne are forced to take in Martin and Eddie. Daphne has to deal with Martin's new and more protective physical therapist (Patti Labelle). To make things worse, Maris moves in next door with her new husband (Jeff Goldblum).
Walter F. Skinner FBI
After his failure to control Mulder and keep a lid on the X Files, Skinner is demoted to special agent and has to return to the field. While struggling to prove himself and regain his Director status, he also has to deal with a new partner (Michael Cera) fresh from Quantico. That's a show I would pay to download.
The Kramer Show
Cosmo Kramer finally moves to LA to try to be an actor. At night he starts doing stand up comedy with disastrous results. It's funny cause it's true!
The Adventures of Ruben Kincaid
The series takes place before Ruben met the Partridges. The swingingest bachelor of the 70's handles a variety of clients. Everyone from a brother/sister juggling team (Andy Richter, Nicole Sullivan) to an aging singer/impressionist (Jerry Stiller).
Zuckercorn & Loblaw & the Law
Barry Zuckercorn and Bob Loblaw, the former attorneys for the Bluth family team up and open a firm together. Watch them struggle to run a profitable firm with a collection of wacky clients and even wackier paralegals. Allyce Beasley reprises her role as Agnes Dipesto the receptionist who nobody remembers hiring.