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Who said you can't coin your own term? What is "Boning the Fish"? It's a moment. A defining moment when you know that your favorite TV Show, Celebrity, Movie Series or Music Group has reached its peak. That instant you know from now on...it's all downhill. Some call it a climax of sorts. We call it "Boning the fish". From that moment on things will simply never be the same.

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Boy Meets World - TV Shows
The way the show SHOULD have ended: Topanga and Angela announce they are in love with each other and move to Miami Beach. Shawn and Corey realize they have been in love since 7th grade and move to Los Vegas together. Shawn gets a job as a stripper and Corey enrolls in florist school. One night when Eric is in town, all three boys hear something outside Corey and Shawn's love shack and discover Mr. Feeny peeking through the bedroom window, naked. Eric, Corey, and Shawn beat him to death and bury the body in the backyard. Corey later plants rose bushes on the grave. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 21, 2014, 8:46 am

Bates Motel - TV Shows
I was very skeptical of the whole prequel set a half century after the main story BUT it works! Just ignore the relationship to the classic movie and enjoy the show. The acting is very, very good and the story line is amazing as we watch sweet young Norman becoming more and more crazy and more and more fascinated by death and more and more obvious in his sexual desires for his mother. Good TV! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 21, 2014, 8:35 am

Sam & Cat - TV Shows
I can be a bit of a conspiracy theorist at times and I really honestly think that 'Sam & Cat' was AG's little insurance policy if the new CD flopped. You know, CD flops, well there's always the show she could fall back on. It seems to me that when her music career started really getting some steam going, that's when we started hearing about trouble on the set. Just a theory. -- Submitted By: (Friedrich_Feuerstein) on October 19, 2014, 5:51 pm

Bates Motel - TV Shows
This show is entertaining but you have to suspend belief and go with it, as it has to exist in an alternate universe where the movie was never made. -- Submitted By: (innerralph) on October 18, 2014, 9:18 pm

Saved by the Bell - TV Shows
Season 2 changes everything with this show. Zack finally hooked up with Kelly and his rivalry with Slater was gone. Slater gave in to the belief that he would never have Kelly, so he paired off with Jessie. Worst of all, Max left the show and everything that made the first season work was out the door. Screech went from being very smart to a doofus impersonating Shaggy from Scooby Doo. Yet, somehow Screech was still the valedictorian of Bayside. There were so many things that bugged me about this show. Kelly is supposed to be the Marilyn Monroe of Bayside, but almost no one pursues her. What made Zack so popular? In reality, I could see him keeping Screech around to do his homework, it made no sense for Screech to stick around when he was constantly put down by his "friend". Also, there is no way a Kelly Kapowski would have a neurotic Jessie Spano by her side. I have two questions for the SBTB screenwriters. How did Principal Belding get on Zack's bed in that one episode? That's all kinds of wrong. Lastly, how did Zack graduate from Bayside not once but twice? Did they really expect us to believe the slimy conman matured over the seasons? -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on October 16, 2014, 8:17 pm

Call of the Wildman - TV Shows
This show has been exposed as being fake and abusive to animals. As if it wasn't obvious already. http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2014/01/animal-abuse-drugs-call-of-the-wildman-animal-planet -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on October 15, 2014, 5:55 pm

Leave It To Beaver - TV Shows
Funniest (and filthiest) inadvertent line from this 50's - 60's iconic show: "You go ahead without me June, I'll stay here and pack the boys' fudge." Referring to a school bake sale. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 15, 2014, 8:33 am

Two and a Half Men - TV Shows
From "Don't Miss TV" to "Must Miss TV". It's about time they put this one to rest. -- Submitted By: (jimdcarter) on October 13, 2014, 3:33 pm

Eerie, Indiana - TV Shows
It's a cult thing. I saw a kid at the mall wearing a Marshall Teller t-shirt and asked if that was for the alt. band or the TV show and he said the TV show! He never heard of the band. God bless Netflix and Hulu! -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on October 10, 2014, 9:01 pm

Modern Family - TV Shows
LOL, spacer! Her hair was actually jet black and got more blonde every season. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on October 10, 2014, 8:58 pm

Sons of Tucson - TV Shows
I remember this show. I wondered why it was cancelled so quickly, it seemed pretty funny o me! -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on October 10, 2014, 8:57 pm

Modern Family - TV Shows
What's with Gloria's hair? In the first seasons she has beautiful dark brown hair. It started getting lighter and lighter and now she's practically a blonde. I think her role is totally demeaning to women, particularly Latinas. She's a scatterbrained bombshell who manipulates men with her looks. Her son Manny is so repulsive I don't know where to begin. Everyone else is awesome! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 9, 2014, 8:35 am

Malcolm in the Middle - TV Shows
I lost interest when they turned Reese into a total moron. The first few seasons he was very clever and as smart as Malcolm but in a different way. He was a total genius in the kitchen and they should have let him pursue his dream of becoming a chef. Instead they lowered his IQ by about 50 points and gave him demeaning jobs and finally made him into the janitor at his own school, cleaning up the pee and puke of his former classmates. Malcolm should have been run over by a bus in season 5. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 9, 2014, 8:25 am

Eerie, Indiana - TV Shows
I streamed all the episodes of this show and loved them all! I was too young to remember it being on TV but now I'm a huge fan. The episode with Tobey Maguire and the one when Dash X found his maybe space daddy are my favs. Marshall Teller was one awesome kid and his frienemy Dash was totally a rock star! They should have made more of them, can't believe the network cancelled such a high quality show. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 9, 2014, 8:16 am

Sons of Tucson - TV Shows
I agree, this was a very funny, weird and offbeat show. I saw all 19 episodes on Netflix and can't believe Fox cancelled it after only 4 episodes. That was really shortsighted and sucky. Tyler Labine was funny as hell as the faux dad and the boys were funny in a weird way, they were really messed up emotionally but they all bonded and morphed into a pretty cool family unit. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 9, 2014, 8:08 am

Good Times - TV Shows
Actually, people who live in government housing DO pay rent. It's usually based on how much income they have and their overall expenses. Food stamps are not blank checks but cover a percentage of a family's food budget, so yeah, a family in government housing and on food stamps still has to pay rent, buy food, clothes for the family and the other assorted expenses we all pay, including utility bills and transportation costs. Before you say they don't pay for public transportation, think again. Public buses are not free and the costs can add up quickly. On average, the one-way fair is 2 dollars. Take the bus to your job and back five days a week and that adds up to 80 dollars a month. If both mom and dad use the bus, it's 160 dollars a month. That's a big chunk of money for poor people. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on October 6, 2014, 11:06 am

Sons of Tucson - TV Shows
Finally, someone remembered this show! Fox did an all out publicity campaign and expected an instant mega-hit and when they didn't get, they cancelled it, after 4 freakin' episodes, come on! Amazingly the ratings weren't half bad. There are plenty of shows that get renewed with numbers a lot lower but Fox wanted another Malcolm in the Middle. They hired lots of MITM alumni including directors and producers Todd Holland and Peter Lauer, writers Michael Glouberman, Matthew Carlson, and Andy Bobrow and producer Justin Berfield who played Reese in MITM. It was a funny show and would have been a hit if allowed to live. I don't know why Fox even bothers, sometimes. If any of the Tucson cast and crew ever see this, good work, guys! You were robbed! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on October 3, 2014, 1:14 pm

Two and a Half Men - TV Shows
You watch 2 and a Half Men to see Charlie Sheen play Charlie Sheen. Without him, there was no show. -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 9:10 pm

Jersey Shore - TV Shows
I actually enjoyed watching this show...when I was hung over...and my brain was running about 50% -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 8:32 pm

Jackass - TV Shows
If it wasn't for the overuse of the testicle stuff, this show would have never boned. -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 8:29 pm

Dragonball Z - TV Shows
The only reason DBZ had so much filler is because the show was being produced while Akira Toriyama was still writing the manga, so they had to drag it out. They eventually released a version called DBZ Kai, which cut out the filler and moved at the same pace as the manga. You were left with 2 or 3 "filler episodes" covered in just one. -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 8:12 pm

Dragon Ball GT - TV Shows
GT was an blatant attempt to milk whatever was left in a successful franchise that had worn out it's welcome. The first 10 episodes were so unpopular in Japan, they compressed them into a single summary episode before airing it in the North American market. They became known as the "Lost Episodes" Thankfully this show didn't last long. -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 8:01 pm

Mystery Science Theater 3000 - TV Shows
The show never boned, but largely because the changes cancelled each other out. I thought Mike was funnier than Joel, but Dr. Forester and Frank were a million times funnier that Pearl and Co. -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 7:17 pm

Good Times - TV Shows
The big issue with the show, was the family lived in the Government Projects and they made it a problem when it came to paying rent or buying food. But you pay nothing to live in the projects also they got food stamps too. -- Submitted By: () on October 2, 2014, 11:18 am

Girl Meets World - TV Shows
Corey (Ben Savage) is great in it as a middle school teacher who happens to have his daughter, Riley, in his class. Topanga (Danielle Fishel) is a lawyer yet we only see her in the home smiling and shaking her head and playing with their young son, Auggie. If you were a fan of \"Boy Meets World\", you\'ll enjoy seeing Corey and Topanga. Or if you can tolerate typical Disney: Over-acting, exaggerated expressions, etc. -- Submitted By: (Stephanie) on October 1, 2014, 1:21 pm

Clarence - TV Shows
Crappy show with ugly, UGLY characters. Way to air this lump of dung instead of a potentially GOOD cartoon, CN! -- Submitted By: (Robert) on September 30, 2014, 9:01 pm

Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels - TV Shows
I remember seeing this one when I was a kid. I thought it was cool when Captain Caveman was eating things, pulling objects (not always useful) out of his fur, and beating people up; and that it sucked when the girls were fawning and gushing over him ("Oooooohhhhh, Cavey!!"). All in all, though, it was OK. Its being a knock-off of Scooby-Doo didn't bother me much, as there were a BUNCH of those around back in the day. What stood out to me was that it was an obvious (even to nin-year-old me) knock-off of Charlie's Angels, but I don't remember seeing that as a bad thing, just interesting. In retrospect, though, it's clear that it was intended to ride Charlie's coattails to ratings success. -- Submitted By: (Mythigator) on September 28, 2014, 7:24 am

Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels - TV Shows
Boned for rehashing Scooby-Doo. We seen it before: group of teens solving mysteries. -- Submitted By: (scatcatpdx) on September 27, 2014, 1:41 am

Lone Gunmen, The - TV Shows
I would say the Lone Gunmen sucked from the start. While the trio were interesting characters the problem was the show was trying to ride on the coattails of a successful show. -- Submitted By: (scatcatpdx) on September 27, 2014, 1:16 am

Sons of Guns - TV Shows
I know there are a lot of infamous reality shows, but this has got to be the biggest disaster in the history of reality TV. Discovery Channel has wiped the show from its website and is pretending like it never existed. Listen up TV executives-- this is what happens when you stop making real TV shows and decide to pull random rednecks from the hills because you can pay them peanuts on crap reality TV. Occasionally you're going to get some real scumbags like Will Hayden. And you are going to look bad when it blows up in your face. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on September 26, 2014, 3:50 pm

Saved by the Bell: The College Years - TV Shows
I wonder what happened to Zack going to Yale? I thought that would of been the better show. Zack's adventure's at an Ivy Leauge school. He meets new friends, new girls and ect. Instead Zack, Slater and Screech all go to the same school with the same adventures. Then they bring in Kelly and once again it became the Zack and Kelly show. -- Submitted By: (bjohn345) on September 25, 2014, 5:52 pm

Sam & Cat - TV Shows
Lets be honest, once Ariana Grande became a pop star this show was doomed. No wonder Nick milked the show for all it's worth. 35 episodes in one season? If the show was going to have a season two my guess it was going to be without Grande. She had a team of lawyers looking into her contract trying to get out of it. Looking back maybe they should of had the show be around Sam and Jade. -- Submitted By: (bjohn345) on September 25, 2014, 5:41 pm

Big Bang Theory - TV Shows
I still love the show. But Sheldon really gets on my nerves. He ALWAYS has to get his own way! Kind of childish if you ask me. -- Submitted By: (Katzi428) on September 22, 2014, 5:10 pm

Boy Meets World - TV Shows
I totally agree that Corey and Shawn's friendship was what made the show work, when it did work. The longer it ran however, the lamer the stories became and it eventually turned into yet another mindless sitcoms with sex crazed teens trying to get into each otehr's pants. The first coupke of seasons were very well written and acted. After that, not so much. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on September 21, 2014, 12:14 pm

Unhappily Ever After - TV Shows
This was a weird one. The dad had a perverted best friend in the form of his youngest child's stuffed bunny. He was the only one who could hear it talk and often spent hours happily engaged in drinking and porn binges with it. Actually the kid who originally owned it could hear it talk sometimes, too. Mr. Floppy's voice was provided by Bobcat Goldwaithe who was totally believable as a drunken, drugged out, and deranged toy rabbit. The two older kids were generic sitcom teens and actually detracted from the show as they were too normal. The youngest kid however, Ross, (played by Justin Berfield between the ages of 9-13) showed signs of schizophrenia just like his dad. Unfortunately, after the 3rd season, the scripts started featuring more and more of the older kids and the way-too normal mom. I guess having a booze and porn addicted bunny and a schizophrenic dad and son team was too much for TV back there in the 1990's. One good thing about its cancellation, it allowed Justin Berfield to take the role of Reese on Malcolm in the Middle. Ross Malloy and Reese Wilkerson are a LOT alike, both offbeat and quirky and live inside their own private little worlds. Watching Berfield in MITM was like watching a teenage Ross. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on September 21, 2014, 12:08 pm

Star Trek: The Animated Series - TV Shows
Wow! This was on TV way before my time but when I finally got a chance to see it, I was blown away. I mean they got almost all of the original series cast as voice actors and had amazing stories written by the likes of D.C. Fontana and Larry Niven. It's a crime it only lasted for 22 episodes. I'm sure it really stuck out on Saturday mornings in the midst of all the blatantly commercial garbage they pour into kids' heads. An intelligent cartoon? That's way to daring! The little ones might actually start to think for themselves. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on September 21, 2014, 11:44 am

Raising Hope - TV Shows
Garrett Dillahunt in a sitcom? I was skeptical at first and watched out of morbid curiosity, I was sure this thing would go down in flames. To my astonishment, Garrett was very funny even though his appearance in a movie or TV show usually makes my skin crawl since he was always a super creepy bad guy. This was a sweet show and I'm glad it didn't go on for longer than it did, 3 seasons seems just about perfect. I hate to see a basically good show get stale. Cloris Leachman was awesome as always and really added a lot to the show as did the many, many side characters and guests, like Jeffrey Tambor, Stephen Root, and Fred Willard. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on September 21, 2014, 11:31 am

Happy Days - TV Shows
"Remember Spike? -- Submitted By: (JTScomments)" Or as I like to call him "Proto-Chachi" -- Submitted By: (Friedrich_Feuerstein) on September 19, 2014, 11:59 am

Different World, A - TV Shows
Talk about beating a dead horse.. the only good thing about the final season was an appearance by Tupac Shakur.. Most of the cast sticks around after graduation and works at Hillman? The filet-o-fish was finally made when Charmaine and Lance (from the Cosby Show) joined the cast in the final season -- Submitted By: (stryker73) on September 19, 2014, 10:16 am

My Living Doll - TV Shows
A seriously obscure show that deserves a look, mostly for the interesting (and skilled) performances given by (two of my all-time favorites; Bob Cummings and (the ever elegant and beautiful Julie Newmar). Definitely, a B-level effort by the associated TV station, but, ultimately, a situation in which the final product was greater than the "sum of its parts". Fortunately, the series wasn't 'lost' (which it surely could have been). See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Living_Doll#DVD_release and for free ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ShixDbF_js ). Seriously, check it out. Once you get past the initial (implied) sexual/baby doll presentation of Ms. Newmar, in the original first episode (admittedly, I had some difficulty with that), you'll see a very good premise for a sitcom that was cancelled far too soon... -- Submitted By: () on September 18, 2014, 9:18 pm

Doc - TV Shows
The 1st season of this show was about an aging family physician (Barnard Hughes), his wife, their daughter and son-in-law (John Harkins). Moosie Dryer played his grandson, with Mary Wickes as his nurse. Funny show in season one, good enough to be renewed. The 2nd season was a complete disaster. Everyone was written out. Doc's wife was killed off. The rest of his family apparently moved away, although I can't remember their absence being explained. Mary Wickes came back for maybe 2 episodes before she also left. Also, Doc no longer had his regular practice, but now worked in a clinic where David Ogden Stiers played the administrator. It was never clear why this level of "re-tooling" was done, but it's usually a sure sign the show is headed for cancellation. It alienates what viewers it did have, and almost never brings in any new viewers. Who's going to watch a show they weren't watching to begin with because it was "retooled"? It's like delaying the inevitable. -- Submitted By: (ParkerTillman) on September 18, 2014, 4:47 pm

Dancing With the Stars - TV Shows
dah-nah-nah-nah....nah-nah....nah-nah [I can't watch this!] dah-nah-nah-nah....nah-nah....nah-nah [I can't watch this!] -- Submitted By: (ParkerTillman) on September 18, 2014, 4:31 pm

Cold Case - TV Shows
Never boned, but I find the lame sub-plots involving the main characters' personal lives excruciatingly annoying. We're watching to find out "who done it", not "who's doing who". The static between Lily and her dysfunctional mom and sister gets old really fast. -- Submitted By: (ParkerTillman) on September 18, 2014, 4:24 pm

Bonanza - TV Shows
It jumped for me when Pernell Roberts left, but the all time worst episode has to be when Hoss sends away to China for fireworks and gets Marlo Thomas as a mail order bride instead. Really stupid plot and resolution at the end. Made me think it was filmed for no reason other than to complete the season's episode order because everyone phoned it in. -- Submitted By: (ParkerTillman) on September 18, 2014, 4:10 pm

Best of the West - TV Shows
For anyone interested, episodes of this are now on youtube. Not sure for how long. -- Submitted By: (ParkerTillman) on September 18, 2014, 3:58 pm

Abbott and Costello Show - TV Shows
I think I liked this show better than their movies, but not necessarily every one of their movies. I don't really care for the musicals they appeared in. It seemed the plots were constantly being interrupted just so the singer co-starring in the movie could have yet another excuse to break into song. I watch A&C for the comedy, not the cheesy hit songs of the day sung by singers trying to act, if in fact they even were hit songs. When they stuck to comedy, their films were good stuff. -- Submitted By: (ParkerTillman) on September 18, 2014, 3:45 pm

Rhoda - TV Shows
I liked this one but I was kid, now I'd love to rewatch the episodes where Rhoda and Joe are caput and see if there was any insight as to what went wrong, I certainly remember episodes where they were unhappy and bickering and I just knew they wouldn't make it. I thought it was a realistic portrayal and I felt bad for them. Rhoda having to take public transportation to her wedding while wearing the full gown was an awesome T.V. scene, I remember my mom thought that was so hilarious.... -- Submitted By: (Em0411) on September 17, 2014, 1:35 am

Bionic Woman, The - TV Shows
I am a little embarrassed at how much I loved this show as a kid because I caught it on rerun and it was pure cheese. Even as a kid, I stopped watching it when they made Jaimie and The Six Million Dollar Man a romantic couple, then she got some kind of amnesia and had no idea who he was and he was so crushed...I thought that whole thing was puke worthy and turned it off for good. And I was watching pretty much anything back then. -- Submitted By: (Em0411) on September 17, 2014, 1:11 am

Saved by the Bell - TV Shows
I just watched the Lifetime movie, "The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell" movie. And say what you will about Dustin Diamond and what he has become but from watching the movie you feel he got the raw deal. But I guess that's what the point of his book and the movie was about. He was two years younger then the rest of the cast. So he was kind of the younger brother who always hanged around. And seems like he was there had more in common with Screech then he wants to admit. He was never the heart throb, or really that cool in real life. But according to his book and movie it felt like he was only there to be the, "pet nerd."He'd do the hard work, do some slapstick, be the butt of a lot of jokes and Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Mario Lopez would get all the glory and do all the glamour thing. Best example is when NBC sent the cast to different places to promote the show for syndication. NBC sends Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tiffani Thiessen to Paris. They send Lark Voorhies and Elizabeth Berkley to New York and they send Mario Lopez to Miami. Were does Dustin go? Some small college town in Rural South Carolina. You felt bad for the guy. But I guess that was his point. -- Submitted By: (bjohn345) on September 16, 2014, 1:50 pm

Super Mario Bros. Super Show!, The - TV Shows
It boned when those two guys wearing Zubaz pants replaced Lou Albino (RIP) and Danny Wells. They came out of nowhere, I wasn't expecting the title of the show to change so quickly in the summer of 90. Everything about Club Mario was so early 90s that it looks dated today. I mean, Tommy Treehugger? This was after the hole in the ozone was discovered and the 20th anniversary of Earth Day. It made sense for him to be named Tommy Treehugger. Co MC was the other guy, whatever happened to rappers using MC with their name? The Super Mario cartoons were filled with corny humor and not enough action. I teared up when I heard Zelda utter that one line, "Well excuse me, Princess". After that, I watched it with the sound off. I thought the live-action segments with Lou and Danny were alright. Nicole Eggert was a guest star on the show which was a big plus. They got Ernie Hudson after the atrocity better known as Ghostbusters 2 months after it was released in Theaters. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 14, 2014, 10:18 am

Life Goes On - TV Shows
It's good to know I'm not the only one who remembers Corky singing Fight the Power by Public Enemy. What was it with ABC and all of these characters burning down restaurants in the early 90s? Corky burned down his parent's restaurant and Urkel obliterated Leroy's. For me, the show either boned when Corky crashed the car or when he shot the plumber with his dad's gun. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 14, 2014, 10:04 am

Simpsons, The - TV Shows
The Simpsons was never the same after Marge vs. the Monorail. The color of their flesh even changed almost immediately from dark orange to neon yellow. They all looked like ghouls. I remember thinking is something wrong with the color button on my TV. The last one I saw was when Patty and Selma took Bart and Lisa to the carnival. It boned with Marge vs. the Monorail. It semi-boned with Do the Bartman, but I loved half of the selections on that record. It just semi-boned because I knew it would dated in the 2000s even in 1991. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 10:12 pm

Salute Your Shorts - TV Shows
Never boned. It's just one of the reasons why I loved early 90s so much. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 10:02 pm

Doogie Howser, M.D. - TV Shows
I knew a girl who had a thing for NPH in 91. I did not know anyone else who watched that show in the early 90s. I need that theme for my ringtone. Beep ba ba bah beep bo. Of course, I knew of the show. At my school, smart kids in my class were called, "little Doogie Howsers". Because the memories came rushing back, I saw every season on DVD. It boned from day one, but only got worse as it went on. Doogie didn't go for the Lakers girl which any real man would do. He practically hired a mini mart robber. The criminal probably did not even warrant any attention, but still someone felt the need to have him on the show. One year later, Doogie and Wanda "did it" and she left him after that. The biggest blow to the show was when Doogie left his parents, who were still featured in the intro, I think. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 10:01 pm

In Living Color - TV Shows
I don't know which one was funnier on this show, Keenan or Damon? Damon was THE show for me back in the early 90s. Now as I look at it, I love Keenan as the head detective. Damon was Homey the Clown, and who can forget his catchphrases? Damon and Keenan both have likeable faces. Once they both left, the show went downhill. This show launched so many careers. I wouldn't even know of Jamie Foxx if not for his stint as Wanda. When Marlon became cast member, the dynamic of the show changed quite a bit. Damon was still on the show, so I didn't notice anything. Once they lost most of the original cast, the fish was served with slaw. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 8:59 pm

Cosby Show, The - TV Shows
Believe me, this show was the business in the 1980s. There were exit stage rights, new kids in town, puberties and unbelievable facts. The Cosby Show first boned when another Cosby kid (Sondra) was added. Cosby said they only had four children in the beginning. Then, over time, new characters like Elvin and Cockaroach were added. Cosby went through his black consciousness phase and brought Denise to Hillman. Because of the actors hair, Cockaroach was no longer on the show. The only one with steady friendships on there was Rudy. Rudy never hit it off with Bud, which was a disappointment for all. How were Cosby's parents still alive? How many grandparents were on that show?! The worst change to happen to the show was Lisa Bonet going on to star on A Different World. The show fell apart after that. Sandra became a huge word that rhymes with witch. Theo wasn't as lovable after he hit puberty. His charm wore off. Rudy grew a mustache and Vanessa had her share of terrible hairdos. The fish was tailless once Denise's husband Martin and Raven Simone joined the ensemble. Raven brought nothing to the show and Theo bloomed into an intelligent young man over night. Of course, I was as heartbroken as Dwayne Wayne was over my crush marrying plain old Martin. There were still some good episodes here and there, but it wasn't as good as it was at first. Over the summer of 90, we were informed through TV Guide that yet aaanother person was coming to stay in the Huxtable household. Who else but Erica Alexander as, the never mentioned before season 7, Cousin Pam. She was brought on to be like an urban Cosby kid. The premise failed because Pam's friend, Charlamane, had a voice which sounded like nails on a chalkboard. The last episode aired after the LA Riots coverage, if I remember correctly. Theo graduated which served as the final fact that Heathcliff was an excellent well educated father. All in all, it was a good show, but the show went in too many different directions. -- Submitted By: () on September 13, 2014, 8:48 pm

Boy Meets World - TV Shows
Day one. This show was a reverse version of The Wonder Years. Let us observe....Older brother? Check. Sister? Yep. One male best friend? Check. Love interest that was once a friend? Yes. Savage brother as a lead? Check. This was nothing but a ripoff replacement because Fred Savage was too old for another season of The Wonder Years. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 8:12 pm

REAL Ghostbusters, The - TV Shows
The Ghostbusters were the tried and true heroes of the 1980s. Everyone wore the shirts in 1985, so the cartoons and toyline followed. The fish was out of water with the second season episodes. The fish was boned when the show became Slimer and the Real Ghostbusters. Then, the fish was served with coleslaw once they changed the animation and music for the fifth season. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 8:06 pm

Arsenio Hall Show, The - TV Shows
Like everyone has said already, this was the hottest show on television in 1989. Who can forget the dogpound or his catchphrase, "Let's get busy". I wasn't permitted to watch this one because it came on after my bedtime. I remember teachers and teenagers talking about it in the hallway. I mainly saw it during the summertime or saw ads for it during commercial breaks. It first almost boned when Arsenio lost weight. He was still funny shortly after it happened, but the show was never the same. It became more apparent that he was a terrible interviewer during the third season. I love how he put Vanilla Ice in the hot seat. I thank him for that. Also. I was grateful for it because of the SNL Carsenio sketches. The last iconic moment of this show was when Bill wore the Ray Bans and played that saxophone. The show became filler after that. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 7:51 pm

Different World, A - TV Shows
It's a different world, it's a different world, from where you come from. It seemed way to unbelievable that Whitley Gilbert could fall for Dwayne Wayne. She must have been on something. There were many opportunities for the fish to be boned with this one. They found the Underground Railroad at Hillman. Lisa Bonet left and that annoying other girl came along (the one who found the Underground Railroad). Dwayne Wayne lost the flip-up glasses when most of America were buying them from flea market vendors. Dean Cain was a racist in a very special episode. Dwayne Wayne and Whitley went on a honeymoon in LA during the riots. Way too many scenes featured Dwayne and Whitley over the other characters. I'm sorry, but they just weren't that fascinating. Who can forget the new kids in town for this one? -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 7:34 pm

ALF: The Animated Series - TV Shows
I thought the Marvel Comics issues were better. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 7:23 pm

ALF - TV Shows
I always thought ALF was a spoof of ET. Never boned. The finale was perfect if you see this show for what it is, a spoof of ET. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 6:32 pm

Camp Candy - TV Shows
This show along with Gravedale High was a favorite of mine. My older sister hated the theme song, but it never grated my nerves. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 5:52 pm

Dino-Riders - TV Shows
Both the series and the toyline boned with the ice age adventures. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 5:49 pm

Captain N: The Game Master - TV Shows
The first season of this show was pretty good despite the changes made to the characters. I remember when both Captain N and Captain Planet were on Saturday mornings in the early 90s. Captain N was too much of a 30 minute advertisement for the NES, but it was still enjoyable. The tail of the fish was cut off once Gameboy showed up. How could a Gameboy turn up in a NES world? It's impossible. Were links for the Gameboy and NES even available back then? If so, who connected it to the NES? The fish was completely all bones after the Super NES came out. It must have stunk for Kevin to still be stuck in the NES after all of his friends were playing Super Mario World at the Super NES kiosk (boy, do those bring back memories). The animation was too blocky during the shows third season. I stopped watching it in ninety one but I never missed an episode of Super Mario World. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 5:47 pm

C.O.P.S. (Cartoon) - TV Shows
This series boned when it was shown on CBS. For those who don't remember, the name of the show was changed to Cyber COPS. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 5:34 pm

X-Men: The Animated Series (1992-1997) - TV Shows
I loved the pilot episode to this one. I couldn't get past how much the opening and closing theme sounded like I'm Your Baby Tonight from Whitney Houston (RIP). -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 5:33 pm

Captain Planet and the Planeteers - TV Shows
Earth,wind,water,fire, heart go Planet, step by step oooh baby gonna get to you giiirllllllll. The ending theme to this He-Man ripoff could have been more original. Sorry I unleashed that upon your ears, I'm not a fan of the New Kids on the Block either. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 5:30 pm

King Arthur & the Knights of Justice - TV Shows
I would have to agree with Truebacklash on this one. This was one of the best shows on the FOX Network along with Batman the Animated Series. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 5:27 pm

Full House - TV Shows
Danny Tanner was the sissiest father in all of Television history. I wanted to tell cartoon character impersonator Joey to knock it off. He never cracked me up. That mullet on uncle Jesse scared me for ages. Michelle was the most annoying on the show. DJ was too whiny for my ears. I found her to be mighty attractive when I was young. What was the name of the other one? Kimmy Gibler was designed to be that neighbor everyone knows. How many times did Danny speak of Kimmy? That got on my nerves after awhile. Day one! -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 5:24 pm

DuckTales - TV Shows
Ducktales woo hoo dun duna dunnnnnn. Sorry, I loved that theme song growing up. Ducktales boned with its second season which featured dispensible characters that brought nothing to the table. It is funny, I remember Gizmoduck (the first ever Robocop ripoff) appearing when Robocop The Animated Series was on TV. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 5:14 pm

Parker Lewis Can't Lose - TV Shows
This show was simply wonderful in the beginning. I took it Parker was a fan of the new jack swing because of all of those rayon shirts with the gaudy designs that he wore. Like everyone else on here, I remember the Parker versus "Ferris Bueller" and "Eerie, Indiana" wars. Parker beat them both, and at the time it seemed like he could do no wrong. Once Annie came along, Parker transformed from being a superhuman to a regular guy. The title of the show even changed. Worse yet, Kubiak went from being a bully to a friend of Parkers. I think Shelly admitted she had feelings for Jerry. Everything seemed to change with the advent of the Atlas diner. Still, this show is a FOX classic. I voted "never boned". -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 4:44 pm

Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The - TV Shows
Man, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was a good one when it first started. It used to come on before Ferris Bueller (w/ Jennifer Aniston) on Monday nights. This show was perfect for the early 90s. The early 90s could also go by the name "the Cheesy Pop-Rap Era". There were so many moments on this program. My favorite part from one episode was when Carlton sung Jungle Fever by Steve Wonder. This show not only boned the fish but buried its remains also. I didn't like the new Vivian, she was bland to the core. Then, Nicky was born and Will began making too many fat and short jokes. I wanted to throw my remote at the screen whenever Carlton did his Tom Jones dance. We get it, Carlton did not want to identify himself as African American. I couldn't stand Will's relationship with Lisa played by Nia Long. The very special episodes were even worse, but they were funny because they were so bad. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 4:33 pm

Blossom - TV Shows
This show was decent in the beginning before all of the very special episodes. I recall Phylicia Rashad, Will Smith, Salt N Pepper, Little Richard and ALF all making appearances on the show. Blossom was one of the first programs of the 1990s along with Twin Peaks, In Living Color and Northern Exposure. The show was different from all else that was on at the time because of that fact listed above. I thought Six had a weird name until Seven showed up on Married with Children. Who can forget when Joey Lawrence let out a "whooooa". This show seemed to go downhill from ninety three to ninety four. Firstly, almost every episode was about Blossom dating new guy of the week. Then, that Kennedy girl and her mother were added. Did this show really need a child star? It was supposed to be a girl blossoming into a woman. I just stopped watching somewhere in the mid 90s. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 4:21 pm

Beetlejuice - TV Shows
I can remember seeing this show before renting the movie. After I saw the picture, I thought to myself, "How did this pervert get a cartoon?" There was something a bit eerie about a thirty something ghoul befriending a teenager. Nonetheless, I loved laughing at Jacques LaJean. He was one "boney" bodybuilder, hehe. For this one the fish came close to being skinned after the show gained some popularity because that is when the scriptwriters got the idea to turn Beetlejuice into Roger Rabbit. Remember Doomie? -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 4:12 pm

227 - TV Shows
227 boned the fish in nineteen eighty nine when Jackee left the show to star on that failed spin-off of hers.This was the quintessential sitcom of the mid to late eighties. Everything was there from the pastel pinks to the Nike shell suits. The fish was breathing for air on and off with this one. There were exit stage rights, what happened to Kia Goodwins character? Who can forget the new kid in town, Countess Vaughn? Remember when Stoney Jackson, model Toukie Smith, Barry Sobel and Paul Winfield came aboard? I used to turn down the volume and play 80s music while I watched this one. The music of the time goes hand in hand with this program. I think the same can be said for A Different World. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 20, 2014, 7:47 am

Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures - TV Shows
I remember when this show first premiered on CBS Saturday Mornings. They had Alex Winter, Keanu Reeves and comedian George Carlin (RIP) doing the voices. It was definitely "excellent", to put it in Bill and Ted terms. Then, Bill and Ted ultimately blew up in late '90. I remember almost everyone doing Bill and Ted impersonations. Brennan Howard did "a most excellent" job on Gamepro TV having the Bill and Ted voice down. Bill and Ted were huge in the HW Bush era. Unfortunately, the second season came around with horrible animation and different voices. I remember thinking at the time, "It's over." I still watched, but it wasn't the same. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 3:23 pm

Yo Yogi! - TV Shows
This was one of the nails in the coffin for rap music. It came out when rap was still in its golden age with Public Enemy, X-Clan and NWA. I'm surprised young Yogi never rapped throughout the whole show. Of course, I remember putting on the 3-d glasses that came with Post cereals (remember cereal prizes?) to watch the intro to this one. I remember my mother and I both sighing to Magilla Ice (spoof of the (c)rapper Vanilla Ice). It's hard to believe (c)rappers Vanilla Ice, MC Hammer, Marky Mark, Another Badd Creation, Kris Kross and Sir Mix-A-Lot were ever popular. They certainly couldn't get away with their lyrics nowadays. In a way this show could have taken the title of "That Early 90s Show" away from Saved by the Bell. Huckleberry Hound had the Gitano sweater and Dwayne Wayne flip up glasses, if I remember correctly. In fact, every style from 1989 is present in this show. Neon greens, cropped jackets, Varsity jackets and more. This was one of those shows you watched once and never again after that. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 2:13 pm

Monsters - TV Shows
Monsters never jumped the shark. The saddest episode was the one with Glim-Glim the alien. I won't ruin it for you by giving you the premise, but it was a great episode. Once "Tales from Crypt" came along, the show was on its way out. Still, there were so many unforgettable episodes from this series. I could on forever about "Holly's House", "My Zombie Lover", "Museum Hearts", "One Wolf's Family" and "The Moving Finger". -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 2:04 pm

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) - TV Shows
I'm torn between Day 6 and when the show aired on Saturday mornings. The purpose of the '87 mini-series was to sell the first batch of action figures. As I remember, some of the guys at my school had the whole first wave with a few series 2 figures sprinkled in here and there. This was the type of show that got gradually worse as it went on. I could tolerate the Punk Frogs, but the Turtles were starting to lose their weapons in 1988. Ninjas don't punch their enemies, they use throwing stars, at least. Then, the movie came out in 1990 and everyone was there. It was the highest grossing independent comic film of its time. Of course, Turtlemania occurred in April of 1990, so they moved the show from WPIX 11/ FOX Network to CBS and Mikey lost his nunchaku. The fall of '90 and '91 episodes weren't so bad, because they were still 30 minute toy commercials for the most part. Then, it switched over to become a full on Saturday morning cartoon in 1992. That's when it truthfully jumped the shark for me. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 1:56 pm

Saved by the Bell: The New Class - TV Shows
This was a second attempt, and as we all know, those are usually bad. The 90s were full of rip-offs and second attempts that were failures. Day one. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 1:44 pm

Saved by the Bell - TV Shows
Don't get me wrong, this show was terrible at times. Did AC Slater really believe his buddy bands were going to be a hit over Zack's friendship bracelets? 1989 was the year of friendship bracelets, then came the slap wraps (slap bracelets, ftwdk) one year later. Yeah, I miss the late 80s and early 1990s. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 1:43 pm

21 Jump Street - TV Shows
This was one of the first shows on the FOX Network. Long before COPS or America's Most Wanted, this show was this was the only action-adventure show that aired at night. It has that FOX feel to it, which is why it never held up in reruns. Of course, now, it's very dated. It jumped with the two new Jonah Hill films which were action-comedy flicks. The original clings so well with the Tracey Ullman Show and the first season episodes of Married with Children with Steve in them. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 1:36 pm

Dinosaurs - TV Shows
I remember my Mother being annoyed by Baby Sinclair in 1992. "Not the Mama." "I'm the baby, gotta love me." They weren't even around for long. This show never jumped in my opinion, that is if you ignore it as a Simpsons rip-off. The 1990s were the decade of rip-offs, anything that was popular had a rip-off to it. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 1:30 pm

Saved by the Bell - TV Shows
This is my generation's Andy Griffith Show. It' so bad (not in the Michael Jackson way), it's good. I can watch it all day and at any time. Sure, it boned the fish over and over, but it's still watchable. I just realized the other day that this show was "That Early 90s Show" for those of us who wanted one. Everything is there from the workout pants to the hi top fades. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on September 13, 2014, 1:27 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
"Look Bear, you made it snow!!!" That wasn't SNOW, that was COCAINE!!! -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:50 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
Lol somebody once tried to sell me a house that strongly resembled the Big Blue House. My son even noticed too, he even asked, "Daddy, is this Bear's Big Blue House???" -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:47 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
It never jumped, but the best episode is the one where the door opens up and Bear is wearing a pimp hat. Yes, it was clearly a pimp hat, I know one when I see it! Most kids probably wouldn't have known or noticed but I laughed my ass off. -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:45 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
Yeah, what is with Bear always hanging out in the bathroom when people are trying to do their business? Randomly walking in singing songs about the "potty" is not helping them go. In fact, if I were them, it would scare me to death and make me NOT want to go in there. -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:44 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
The episode where the mouse is sitting on the toilet and Bear jumps out from behind the shower curtain. The mouse just goes, "Oh, you startled me Bear!" In real life, the mouse would have shitted himself, a 10 foot tall bear just jumped out of the tub out of nowhere from behind a curtain! Nobody would have been that damn calm. -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:42 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
I distinctly remember an episode where Bear was having a party and before the guests arrived, some music starts out of nowhere and he began doing the electric slide. For some reason (maybe it was the randomness of it all), I laughed so hard that my stomach hurt. Especially since this segment lasted a good 3 minutes. -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:39 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
I'm sure Bear didn't appreciate all those random kids and creatures crashing his bachelor pad each week. I'm sure he'd much rather go pick up some bears from the club but this was a G rated show so he wasn't allowed. -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:36 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
Bear was so damn tall that he made Yao Ming seem like a midget! -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:34 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
Luna was always flirting with Bear. Like HELLO...you're the MOON and he's a bear on steroids! I don't think that will mix! What will your family say if you bring Bear's humungous ass to the next holiday dinner? -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:33 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
That episode where Bear got REALLY mad...it scared my daughter to death! Who's idea was that anyway?! "Hey guys, let's scare the little kids by having a 9 foot tall orange bear become enraged! It'll be FUN!" -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:30 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
Treelo has serious issues -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:27 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
I know it's Bear's house and he can do as he pleases but why does he never wear clothes? He is too big to be walking around naked... -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:26 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
Bear has a nice house. He should have been featured on MTV Cribs. -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:26 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
LOL @ the comment about Bear smoking pot. I've thought the same myself. Why else would he be sitting at the window talking to the moon? I don't know anyone (bear or human) who does that unless they're stoned! -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:25 pm

Bear in the Big Blue House - TV Shows
Bear is nice but I'd hate to get on his bad side. That motherfucker is huge. -- Submitted By: (JTScomments) on September 10, 2014, 3:23 pm


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