TV Binge Watch (Part 2)

Show premises you’re pretty sure have never been made

  1. “The Moose Report” - a live action show where actors dress in moose costumes and portray a family of mooses that have been lawyers for past three generations, but the youngest wants to be a meteorologist and do weather reports.
  2. “Classical Gas” - Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Johann Sebastian Bach, finding themselves sinking ever more deeply into debt because they can’t make ends meet as composers, become partners in a gas station and also sell weed, bootleg LPs, and knock-off Rolex watches to their favorite customers.
  3. “Who’s The Pope?” - A conman finds that he’s a lookalike for the Pope and fills in for publicity events. One day, the real Pope decides to go on vacation leaving the fake to take his place. Hijinks ensue!
  4. “Gilligan’s Island: The LOST Episodes” - The castaways meet the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 and must explain to them they are never getting off this island.
  5. Name that theorem! - A game show where contestants are given successive lines of a mathematical proof and have to guess what the final conclusion is.
  6. Star Trek: Vineyards - Set in 2380 in a post scarcity society. People hang out at their vineyards (but what is ownership, really?) and talk about things. There’s no alien invasion, no secret government conspiracies, no mirror universe incursions, no real problems to speak of other than young people chilling.

Show premises you’re pretty sure have never been made

  1. “The Moose Report” - a live action show where actors dress in moose costumes and portray a family of mooses that have been lawyers for past three generations, but the youngest wants to be a meteorologist and do weather reports.
  2. “Classical Gas” - Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Johann Sebastian Bach, finding themselves sinking ever more deeply into debt because they can’t make ends meet as composers, become partners in a gas station and also sell weed, bootleg LPs, and knock-off Rolex watches to their favorite customers.
  3. “Who’s The Pope?” - A conman finds that he’s a lookalike for the Pope and fills in for publicity events. One day, the real Pope decides to go on vacation leaving the fake to take his place. Hijinks ensue!
  4. “Gilligan’s Island: The LOST Episodes” - The castaways meet the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 and must explain to them they are never getting off this island.
  5. Name that theorem! - A game show where contestants are given successive lines of a mathematical proof and have to guess what the final conclusion is.
  6. Star Trek: Vineyards - Set in 2380 in a post scarcity society. People hang out at their vineyards (but what is ownership, really?) and talk about things. There’s no alien invasion, no secret government conspiracies, no mirror universe incursions, no real problems to speak of other than young people chilling.
  7. “Danny Dildo’s Got A Date” - animated series where an anthropomorphized dildo has amazing X-rated adventures and gets beaten up a lot.
  1. “The Moose Report” - a live action show where actors dress in moose costumes and portray a family of mooses that have been lawyers for past three generations, but the youngest wants to be a meteorologist and do weather reports.
  2. “Classical Gas” - Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Johann Sebastian Bach, finding themselves sinking ever more deeply into debt because they can’t make ends meet as composers, become partners in a gas station and also sell weed, bootleg LPs, and knock-off Rolex watches to their favorite customers.
  3. “Who’s The Pope?” - A conman finds that he’s a lookalike for the Pope and fills in for publicity events. One day, the real Pope decides to go on vacation leaving the fake to take his place. Hijinks ensue!
  4. “Gilligan’s Island: The LOST Episodes” - The castaways meet the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 and must explain to them they are never getting off this island.
  5. Name that theorem! - A game show where contestants are given successive lines of a mathematical proof and have to guess what the final conclusion is.
  6. Star Trek: Vineyards - Set in 2380 in a post scarcity society. People hang out at their vineyards (but what is ownership, really?) and talk about things. There’s no alien invasion, no secret government conspiracies, no mirror universe incursions, no real problems to speak of other than young people chilling.
  7. “Danny Dildo’s Got A Date” - animated series where an anthropomorphized dildo has amazing X-rated adventures and gets beaten up a lot.
  8. Post-Modern Family - set in 1990: Family of two parents, a son and a daughter: Mother serves packaged “just add water” food every day, and explains that in her view, it is made from scratch, and she is the ideal mother. Father explains that in his view, he contributed, because he threw away the box. Daughter asks meaningless questions about everything, and son carries around notebook and pen-- scribbles notes as he tries to come up with the perfect tautology. The family is rich, but complains they are not rich enough.
  1. “The Moose Report” - a live action show where actors dress in moose costumes and portray a family of mooses that have been lawyers for past three generations, but the youngest wants to be a meteorologist and do weather reports.
  2. “Classical Gas” - Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Johann Sebastian Bach, finding themselves sinking ever more deeply into debt because they can’t make ends meet as composers, become partners in a gas station and also sell weed, bootleg LPs, and knock-off Rolex watches to their favorite customers.
  3. “Who’s The Pope?” - A conman finds that he’s a lookalike for the Pope and fills in for publicity events. One day, the real Pope decides to go on vacation leaving the fake to take his place. Hijinks ensue!
  4. “Gilligan’s Island: The LOST Episodes” - The castaways meet the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 and must explain to them they are never getting off this island.
  5. Name that theorem! - A game show where contestants are given successive lines of a mathematical proof and have to guess what the final conclusion is.
  6. Star Trek: Vineyards - Set in 2380 in a post scarcity society. People hang out at their vineyards (but what is ownership, really?) and talk about things. There’s no alien invasion, no secret government conspiracies, no mirror universe incursions, no real problems to speak of other than young people chilling.
  7. “Danny Dildo’s Got A Date” - animated series where an anthropomorphized dildo has amazing X-rated adventures and gets beaten up a lot.
  8. Post-Modern Family - set in 1990: Family of two parents, a son and a daughter: Mother serves packaged “just add water” food every day, and explains that in her view, it is made from scratch, and she is the ideal mother. Father explains that in his view, he contributed, because he threw away the box. Daughter asks meaningless questions about everything, and son carries around notebook and pen-- scribbles notes as he tries to come up with the perfect tautology. The family is rich, but complains they are not rich enough.
  9. What’s That Price - Billionaires compete against each other by trying to guess the price of common items like a can of beans, bus fare to and from work, and the price of college classes. For every question they get wrong, everyone in their company gets a $1 an hour raise. The winner gets bragging rights about how they helped the economy and raised wages in their company.

Show premises you’re pretty sure have never been made

  1. “The Moose Report” - a live action show where actors dress in moose costumes and portray a family of mooses that have been lawyers for past three generations, but the youngest wants to be a meteorologist and do weather reports.
  2. “Classical Gas” - Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Johann Sebastian Bach, finding themselves sinking ever more deeply into debt because they can’t make ends meet as composers, become partners in a gas station and also sell weed, bootleg LPs, and knock-off Rolex watches to their favorite customers.
  3. “Who’s The Pope?” - A conman finds that he’s a lookalike for the Pope and fills in for publicity events. One day, the real Pope decides to go on vacation leaving the fake to take his place. Hijinks ensue!
  4. “Gilligan’s Island: The LOST Episodes” - The castaways meet the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 and must explain to them they are never getting off this island.
  5. Name that theorem! - A game show where contestants are given successive lines of a mathematical proof and have to guess what the final conclusion is.
  6. Star Trek: Vineyards - Set in 2380 in a post scarcity society. People hang out at their vineyards (but what is ownership, really?) and talk about things. There’s no alien invasion, no secret government conspiracies, no mirror universe incursions, no real problems to speak of other than young people chilling.
  7. “Danny Dildo’s Got A Date” - animated series where an anthropomorphized dildo has amazing X-rated adventures and gets beaten up a lot.
  8. Post-Modern Family - set in 1990: Family of two parents, a son and a daughter: Mother serves packaged “just add water” food every day, and explains that in her view, it is made from scratch, and she is the ideal mother. Father explains that in his view, he contributed, because he threw away the box. Daughter asks meaningless questions about everything, and son carries around notebook and pen-- scribbles notes as he tries to come up with the perfect tautology. The family is rich, but complains they are not rich enough.
  9. What’s That Price - Billionaires compete against each other by trying to guess the price of common items like a can of beans, bus fare to and from work, and the price of college classes. For every question they get wrong, everyone in their company gets a $1 an hour raise. The winner gets bragging rights about how they helped the economy and raised wages in their company.
  10. Pretty Pitty - An adorable pit bull, Pitty, bites all of the kids in the neighborhood (some of them quite badly) and mains or kills several of their dogs, but never faces any consequences because she’s just so darned cute.

Pass.

TV shows that ran edited big screen movies

  1. The CBS Late Movie

TV shows that ran edited big screen movies

  1. The CBS Late Movie
  2. The 4:30 Movie

TV shows that ran edited big screen movies

  1. The CBS Late Movie
  2. The 4:30 Movie
  3. The Wonderful World of Disney

TV shows that ran edited big screen movies

  1. The CBS Late Movie
  2. The 4:30 Movie
  3. The Wonderful World of Disney
  4. USA Up All Night

TV shows that ran edited big screen movies

  1. The CBS Late Movie
  2. The 4:30 Movie
  3. The Wonderful World of Disney
  4. USA Up All Night
  5. Saturday Night a the Movies

TV shows that ran edited big screen movies

  1. The CBS Late Movie
  2. The 4:30 Movie
  3. The Wonderful World of Disney
  4. USA Up All Night
  5. Saturday Night a the Movies
  6. Movie Macabre

TV shows that ran edited big screen movies

  1. The CBS Late Movie
  2. The 4:30 Movie
  3. The Wonderful World of Disney
  4. USA Up All Night
  5. Saturday Night a the Movies
  6. Movie Macabre
  7. Svengoolie

TV shows that ran edited big screen movies

  1. The CBS Late Movie
  2. The 4:30 Movie
  3. The Wonderful World of Disney
  4. USA Up All Night
  5. Saturday Night a the Movies
  6. Movie Macabre
  7. Svengoolie
  8. The ABC Sunday Night Movie

TV shows that ran edited big screen movies

  1. The CBS Late Movie
  2. The 4:30 Movie
  3. The Wonderful World of Disney
  4. USA Up All Night
  5. Saturday Night a the Movies
  6. Movie Macabre
  7. Svengoolie
  8. The ABC Sunday Night Movie
  9. Mystery Science Theater 3000

TV shows that ran edited big screen movies

  1. The CBS Late Movie
  2. The 4:30 Movie
  3. The Wonderful World of Disney
  4. USA Up All Night
  5. Saturday Night a the Movies
  6. Movie Macabre
  7. Svengoolie
  8. The ABC Sunday Night Movie
  9. Mystery Science Theater 3000
  10. Stardust Theatre

CBC’s late movie show back in the 1980s. Saw a lot of great 1930s and 1940s movies, thanks to it.

New category:

ABC Movies of the Week

  1. Short Walk to Daylight

ABC Movies of the Week

  1. Short Walk to Daylight
  2. Duel (1971)

ABC Movies of the Week

  1. Short Walk to Daylight
  2. Duel (1971)
  3. Trilogy of Terror

ABC Movies of the Week

  1. Short Walk to Daylight
  2. Duel (1971)
  3. Trilogy of Terror
  4. Go Ask Alice

I remember reading that book when I was a “troubled” teen! Didn’t stop me from doing lots of the things in described in it. :smiley:

ABC Movies of the Week

  1. Short Walk to Daylight
  2. Duel (1971)
  3. Trilogy of Terror
  4. Go Ask Alice

ABC Movies of the Week

  1. Short Walk to Daylight
  2. Duel (1971)
  3. Trilogy of Terror
  4. Go Ask Alice
  5. The Over-The-Hill Gang