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October 7, 2015


One Man Does a Duet of TV's Greatest Themes

by Danny Gallagher, posted Mar 17th 2010 7:15PM
One man bands have always creeped me out. They never brought joy or happiness to my life. Even as a very, very small (in height, not width) child, they always looked like steampunk jukeboxes trapped inside some kind of twisted mechanical music machine that mocked their every step with annoying oompah-pah tunes.

One man, or rather two of him, have changed my perception on that phobia forever. Musician Fredrik Larsson has put together a beautiful rendition of TVs greatest tunes using nothing but a keyboard, an acoustic guitar and a DNA perfect clone of himself.

Trust me when I tell you this: the 'Charles in Charge' theme never sounded this, well, listenable.

[via Buzzfeed]

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Buy some of Willie Aames' stuff

by Brad Trechak, posted Mar 27th 2009 10:09AM
Willie AamesWillie Aames has had it tough as of recent. After his time as a celebrity (including high-profile roles on Eight is Enough, Charles in Charge and the voice of Hank in the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon), he then spent some time as BibleMan (and if you ever saw BibleMan, you'd understand why that was a bad thing), had an argument with his trainer on Celebrity Fit Club, and tried to commit suicide after his wife left him. Now he's apparently selling some of his possessions in a garage sale in suburban Kansas City.

Why do I have the feeling that this is going to lead to him being on another reality television show like his Charles in Charge co-star, Scott Baio? They say there is no such thing as bad publicity, but I have to wonder.

The article lists some of the items he's selling, but it neglects to specifically mention the autographed picture of Scott Baio, the magic bow that shoots fire-arrows and the magic Bible.

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Nine shows that dramatically changed from the first to second seasons

by Richard Keller, posted Aug 20th 2007 12:01PM

What a difference a season makes. The Season 1 and Season 2 casts of Facts of LifeIn the life of a television show there are always changes. It could be the departure or addition of a cast member, a new set or shooting location, or just the aging of characters. But, those are subtle changes that many viewers just shrug off as the natural progression of a program.

Then there are those changes that are so drastic that they take viewers by surprise, making them wonder if this is the same show they watched the previous season. When these changes take place between the freshman and sophomore seasons of a show this really takes a toll on the fan base. Throughout the history of television there have been a number of shows that have seen such changes between the end of season one and the beginning of season two. After the jump you'll read about nine such examples.

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New TV on DVD releases today

by Keith McDuffee, posted Feb 14th 2006 8:31AM
Every Tuesday here on TV Squad , we will highlight the week's TV-on-DVD releases. Some noteworthy releases today, February 14, 2006:

  • grey's anatomyThe Andy Griffith Show - The Complete 5th Season
  • Ballykissangel - Complete Series 4
  • Charles in Charge - The Complete 1st Season
  • Doctor Who - Season 1 (Canada Only)
  • Farscape - Starburst Edition - Volume 8 (3.2)
  • The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air - The Complete 3rd Season
  • Gimme a Break! - Season 1
  • The Golden Girls - Season 4
  • Grey's Anatomy - Season 1
  • Hardcastle and McCormick - Complete 1st Season (Canada Only)
  • He-Man and the Masters of the Universe - Season 1, Volume 2
  • Living Single - The Complete 1st Season
  • Overhaulin - The Complete 2nd Season
  • The Pretender - The Complete 3rd Season
  • Shaquille - Complete Series
  • Significant Others - Season 1

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