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2020-10-19 10:21:23 PM  
163 votes:
Haha fark You Scott Baio
 
2020-10-19 10:25:35 PM  
124 votes:

thealgorerhythm: Haha fark You Scott Baio


No one loves Chachi
 
2020-10-19 11:03:51 PM  
118 votes:
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Unavailable for comment.
 
2020-10-20 2:58:06 AM  
69 votes:
In the 80s, Donny Most was in my line at a grocery store. Some old lady looked up at him and said "Well, your career sure went down the toilet."
 
2020-10-20 3:17:14 AM  
26 votes:
It's Don Most now.

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2020-10-20 12:22:52 AM  
23 votes:
Weezer - Buddy Holly (Official Music Video)
Youtube kemivUKb4f4
 
2020-10-20 12:15:10 AM  
22 votes:
And any possibility of a career again for Scott Baio was buried along with her.
 
2020-10-19 10:04:15 PM  
21 votes:
This is great! Happy days are there again.
 
2020-10-20 2:57:46 AM  
19 votes:
It just won't be the same without Chachi.
 
2020-10-20 3:58:31 AM  
16 votes:

jst3p: jst3p: Sam Malone: jst3p: Has any other sitcom had as many successful spinoffs?

There's been others. However, rarely are the leads in a spin-off as charming as the originals.

You are correct. I would like to point out an exception to that rule that is a personal favorite of mine.

One of the best sitcoms of all time, in my opinion, was Cheers.

Frasier was absolutely charming.

Wow, I didn't even notice your username until after I posted. Well played.


Cheers! :)
 
2020-10-20 3:12:05 AM  
16 votes:

WhiskeySticks: The comments...Jesus tap dancing christ.



This is Bill. Bill is telling an entertainer to stay out of politics despite supporting a reality TV star for political office. Bill is an idiot. Don't be a Bill

Bill
@BillMtz
·
5h
Replying to
@RealRonHoward
and
@WisDems
I had respect for you but not anymore.. make movies and stay out of politics
 
2020-10-20 3:49:07 AM  
14 votes:

jst3p: Sam Malone: jst3p: Has any other sitcom had as many successful spinoffs?

There's been others. However, rarely are the leads in a spin-off as charming as the originals.

You are correct. I would like to point out an exception to that rule that is a personal favorite of mine.

One of the best sitcoms of all time, in my opinion, was Cheers.

Frasier was absolutely charming.


Wow, I didn't even notice your username until after I posted. Well played.
 
2020-10-20 4:24:30 AM  
11 votes:

jst3p: Joanie Loves Chachi (a hit for a time, right?).


It was in South Korea, where Chachi is a slang term for penis.
 
2020-10-20 4:24:12 AM  
9 votes:
I have vague memories of this show in 1980.

Fark user imageView Full Size


The Fonz, Richie and Ralph meet a cute girl from the 25th century with a time machine and have adventures with her, hoping to get back to 1957 Milwaukie again someday.
 
2020-10-20 2:58:42 AM  
8 votes:
Give my regards to The Big Ragu.
 
2020-10-20 3:15:55 AM  
7 votes:
Sit on it.
 
2020-10-20 11:00:32 AM  
6 votes:

detonator: jst3p: Happy Days created the spinoffs Laverne And Shirley (a hit), Mork and Mindy (a hit), and Joanie Loves Chachi (a hit for a time, right?). Has any other sitcom had as many successful spinoffs?

All in the family
Maude
The Jeffersons
Good times
Archie Bunker's place


Ahem...

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
CSI: Miami
CSI: NY
CSI: Effect
CSI: Cyber
CSI: Pittsburgh
CSI: Omaha
CSI: Wichita
CSI: Miami Beach
CSI: North Miami
CSI: West Miami
CSI: Atlantic (East Miami)
CSI: NCIS
CSI: Law & Order
CSI: Law & Order SVU
CSI: Upper Sandusky Ohio
CSI: Belgrade
CSI: Portland (not that one)
CSI: Portland (yeah, that one)
CSI: Springfield
CSI: Seinfeld
CSI: The Holiday Special
CSI: She Wrote
CSI: The Original Motion Picture
CSI: The Origin Show
 
2020-10-20 8:28:26 AM  
6 votes:

Alphax: I have vague memories of this show in 1980.


I see your Fonz cartoon and raise:
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mjg
2020-10-20 4:46:46 AM  
6 votes:
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2020-10-19 10:26:07 PM  
6 votes:

thealgorerhythm: Haha fark You Scott Baio


Oh, right. There's that.  farking nephews, amirite. Heyyyyy.
 
2020-10-20 2:01:39 PM  
5 votes:

germ78: Al Molinaro died only a few short years ago.


(Heavy sigh) Yep, yep, yep....
 
2020-10-20 8:53:07 AM  
5 votes:

Sam Malone: jst3p: jst3p: Sam Malone: jst3p: Has any other sitcom had as many successful spinoffs?

There's been others. However, rarely are the leads in a spin-off as charming as the originals.

You are correct. I would like to point out an exception to that rule that is a personal favorite of mine.

One of the best sitcoms of all time, in my opinion, was Cheers.

Frasier was absolutely charming.

Wow, I didn't even notice your username until after I posted. Well played.

Cheers! :)


You were better in The Good Place.
 
2020-10-20 6:34:11 AM  
5 votes:

toddalmighty: In the 80s, Donny Most was in my line at a grocery store. Some old lady looked up at him and said "Well, your career sure went down the toilet."


Donny Most was on a fantastically bad episode of CHiPs (they're actually all bad) playing a KISS knockoff called Morloch.
 
2020-10-20 7:31:56 AM  
4 votes:

jst3p: Happy Days created the spinoffs Laverne And Shirley (a hit), Mork and Mindy (a hit), and Joanie Loves Chachi (a hit for a time, right?). Has any other sitcom had as many successful spinoffs?


I was about 10 years old when I saw Joanie Loves Chachi's pilot episode.

I don't remember the content of the episode or the dream I had about it afterwards (except it had to do with the pilot episode), but I do remember it was the first time I had a dream where I experienced profound, agonizing boredom.
 
2020-10-20 7:00:23 AM  
4 votes:

Alphax: I have vague memories of this show in 1980.

[Fark user image 318x236]

The Fonz, Richie and Ralph meet a cute girl from the 25th century with a time machine and have adventures with her, hoping to get back to 1957 Milwaukie again someday.


Thank you, you just reminded me of one of my favorite mashups:

can you dig it?
Youtube NtlfiTMeqMM
 
2020-10-20 6:09:24 AM  
4 votes:

Gordon Bennett: jst3p: Joanie Loves Chachi (a hit for a time, right?).

It was in South Korea, where Chachi is a slang term for penis.


Whereas in the U.S., Chachi is now a slang term for dickhead.
 
2020-10-20 3:16:48 AM  
4 votes:
I'm confused. Are they attempting to get seniors to vote Dem?  As a millennial, I barely remember the reruns on late night cable television in the early 90s. I always found the tv show to be repulsive, misogynist and oh so whitey white.
/For a sec I thought it was a fundraiser for the Republican Party..
//you know they want to take us back to the 50s..
 
2020-10-20 9:56:09 AM  
3 votes:
BakaDono:

There was an urban legend saying that this series was repurposed from a failed pitch from Hanna-Barbera to make a Doctor Who animated series. Imagine how weird THAT would've been.
That ranks up there in the weird kid's show pitches with the live action American Sailor Moon pitches.

I can only imagine the Doctor and a companion chasing the Master through an infinite room with the same backgrounds.
 
2020-10-20 8:12:45 AM  
3 votes:

Alphax: I have vague memories of this show in 1980.

[Fark user image 318x236]

The Fonz, Richie and Ralph meet a cute girl from the 25th century with a time machine and have adventures with her, hoping to get back to 1957 Milwaukie again someday.


i.pinimg.comView Full Size


/wait a few years....
 
2020-10-20 7:01:40 AM  
3 votes:

RasIanI: jst3p: toddalmighty: In the 80s, Donny Most was in my line at a grocery store. Some old lady looked up at him and said "Well, your career sure went down the toilet."

While that may be true, she recognized him and she is just some random old lady.

.....whose career has plateaued as a grocery cashier - the absence of self awareness is amusing


I was in college you ass
 
2020-10-20 5:53:52 AM  
3 votes:

BlueDWarrior: jst3p: Sam Malone: jst3p: Has any other sitcom had as many successful spinoffs?

There's been others. However, rarely are the leads in a spin-off as charming as the originals.

You are correct. I would like to point out an exception to that rule that is a personal favorite of mine.

One of the best sitcoms of all time, in my opinion, was Cheers.

Frasier was absolutely charming.

Frasier was one of those shows where it's like... you know the main character is an insufferable douche, but at the same time, you kinda wanted to see where all it was going anyway.


I'm listening...
 
2020-10-20 4:08:19 AM  
3 votes:

jst3p: detonator: jst3p: AllCatsAreBeautiful: I'm confused. Are they attempting to get seniors to vote Dem?  As a millennial, I barely remember the reruns on late night cable television in the early 90s. I always found the tv show to be repulsive, misogynist and oh so whitey white.

If you were a kid watching it on Nick at Night like I was and you found it to be these things you were WAY more woke than I was as a very young child or you are just making shiat up to appear more woke today. Hmmmm.... I wonder which is more likely.

I was in high school when it was on. It was supposed to be a adaptation of "American Graffiti ", but that only lasted about the first season. There was a ton of nostalgic fifties rock and roll stuff happening then, but as soon as "Happy Days" started having live studio audiences it went downhill fast. The actors all had '70's styled hair dos and flared jeans and white sneakers.
It always was pretty cringe worthy.

While all of that may be true, it has nothing to do with the experience he claimed to have as a member of a younger generation and my experience as that same generation.

I guess a shorter way of saying it would be "OK Boomer."


And here I thought you were an ok guy. Instead, you gotta defend a shiatty tv show.
I can't help being born when I was, just like you can't. I got to see and do a ton of stuff that you'll probably never imagine you could, like play hardcore punk rock in Eastern Europe before the Berlin Wall came down.
Say hi y to your boomer mom fir me.
 
2020-10-20 3:28:23 AM  
3 votes:
This is sure to appeal to the youth of America.
 
2020-10-20 2:59:51 PM  
2 votes:

Heamer: What the f*ck happened with the formatting there?


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2020-10-20 10:41:42 AM  
2 votes:
A bunch of late boomers and early Xers in this joint. I love it. We lived in a really comfortable spot by coming of age just post Nam and with the computer age starting up.

Also, don't ridicule anyone for their age, young or old. No one chooses to be born and we're all on a path coinciding with others at various points. Let's celebrate the stupid chit that we remember from seemingly easier times. It's 2020 after all and I'm tired of thinking that the Cascadia fault slipping would just put the cherry on this year.
 
2020-10-20 10:34:28 AM  
2 votes:
Have the guy who played chuck play chachi.
 
2020-10-20 9:59:41 AM  
2 votes:

ShavedOrangutan: thealgorerhythm: Haha fark You Scott Baio

No one loves Chachi


Mrs. Derp spent her childhood in Seoul.

She ruined a monitor when the show name "Jonie loves the Chachi," was advertised.

She even more wtf when I asked if she wanted me to go grab some Chi-Chi's for her.

/language is fun
 
2020-10-20 5:37:01 AM  
2 votes:

toddalmighty: In the 80s, Donny Most was in my line at a grocery store. Some old lady looked up at him and said "Well, your career sure went down the toilet."


https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0609182/

Okay, he isn't Cloris Leachman or James Hong, but he ain't starving.
 
2020-10-20 3:34:57 AM  
2 votes:

detonator: jst3p: AllCatsAreBeautiful: I'm confused. Are they attempting to get seniors to vote Dem?  As a millennial, I barely remember the reruns on late night cable television in the early 90s. I always found the tv show to be repulsive, misogynist and oh so whitey white.

If you were a kid watching it on Nick at Night like I was and you found it to be these things you were WAY more woke than I was as a very young child or you are just making shiat up to appear more woke today. Hmmmm.... I wonder which is more likely.

I was in high school when it was on. It was supposed to be a adaptation of "American Graffiti ", but that only lasted about the first season. There was a ton of nostalgic fifties rock and roll stuff happening then, but as soon as "Happy Days" started having live studio audiences it went downhill fast. The actors all had '70's styled hair dos and flared jeans and white sneakers.
It always was pretty cringe worthy.


While all of that may be true, it has nothing to do with the experience he claimed to have as a member of a younger generation and my experience as that same generation.

I guess a shorter way of saying it would be "OK Boomer."
 
2020-10-20 3:30:50 AM  
2 votes:

jst3p: AllCatsAreBeautiful: I'm confused. Are they attempting to get seniors to vote Dem?  As a millennial, I barely remember the reruns on late night cable television in the early 90s. I always found the tv show to be repulsive, misogynist and oh so whitey white.

If you were a kid watching it on Nick at Night like I was and you found it to be these things you were WAY more woke than I was as a very young child or you are just making shiat up to appear more woke today. Hmmmm.... I wonder which is more likely.


I was in high school when it was on. It was supposed to be a adaptation of "American Graffiti ", but that only lasted about the first season. There was a ton of nostalgic fifties rock and roll stuff happening then, but as soon as "Happy Days" started having live studio audiences it went downhill fast. The actors all had '70's styled hair dos and flared jeans and white sneakers.
It always was pretty cringe worthy.
 
2020-10-20 3:11:04 AM  
2 votes:

ShavedOrangutan: thealgorerhythm: Haha fark You Scott Baio

No one loves Chachi


Electric Hellfire Club - Charles In Charge
Youtube iXJpf-Of6U8


Charles in charge of our days and our lives
Charles in charge of our wrongs and our rights
And I see I want, I want Charles in charge of me

Charles in charge of our guns and our knives
Charles in charge of who lives and who dies
And I see I want, I want Charles in charge of me
 
2020-10-20 1:18:11 PM  
1 vote:

Alphax: Farker Soze: Alphax: I have vague memories of this show in 1980.

[Fark user image 318x236]

The Fonz, Richie and Ralph meet a cute girl from the 25th century with a time machine and have adventures with her, hoping to get back to 1957 Milwaukie again someday.

You lost me at the premise.  Why, God why, would they want to get back to 1957 Milwaukie?

Same reason Dorothy wanted to go back to Kansas?  There's no place like home..


Hmmm, be a princess in a magical kingdom, or live in dustbowl Kansas.  HMMM.

Dorothy, Fonz, Richie and Ralph are morons.  Change my mind.
 
2020-10-20 12:48:20 PM  
1 vote:

Sam Malone: jst3p: Has any other sitcom had as many successful spinoffs?

There's been others. However, rarely are the leads in a spin-off as charming as the originals.

Family Matters

was a spinoff of Perfect Strangers. Urkel was obviously more charming than Balki. Theory holds true.
 
2020-10-20 12:20:50 PM  
1 vote:

Farkenhostile: Have the guy who played chuck play chachi.


According to Google, both Randolph Roberts AND Gavin O'Herlihy played Chuck. He was only in 11 episodes but it took two actors?
 
2020-10-20 11:42:30 AM  
1 vote:

jst3p: Happy Days created the spinoffs Laverne And Shirley (a hit), Mork and Mindy (a hit), and Joanie Loves Chachi (a hit for a time, right?). Has any other sitcom had as many successful spinoffs?


Counterpoint: Blansky's Beauties
 
2020-10-20 9:53:40 AM  
1 vote:
Please please PLEASE get Samuel L Jackson to play Mr C!
 
2020-10-20 8:44:01 AM  
1 vote:

thesharkman: AllCatsAreBeautiful: I'm confused. Are they attempting to get seniors to vote Dem?  As a millennial, I barely remember the reruns on late night cable television in the early 90s. I always found the tv show to be repulsive, misogynist and oh so whitey white.
/For a sec I thought it was a fundraiser for the Republican Party..
//you know they want to take us back to the 50s..

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/Uiiq-1KK​SPg]


"Cool's only been around since Benny Goodman"
 
2020-10-20 8:15:43 AM  
1 vote:

detonator: I got to see and do a ton of stuff that you'll probably never imagine you could, like play hardcore punk rock in Eastern Europe before the Berlin Wall came down.


I've never seen a non-flexitur before.
 
2020-10-20 7:28:12 AM  
1 vote:

misanthropicsob: This is sure to appeal to the youth of America.


It's a fundraiser. There are people who grew up on Happy Days willing to put down cash for an event like this. It's not like they're releasing an ad on Adult Swim.
 
2020-10-20 7:04:18 AM  
1 vote:

toddalmighty: RasIanI: jst3p: toddalmighty: In the 80s, Donny Most was in my line at a grocery store. Some old lady looked up at him and said "Well, your career sure went down the toilet."

While that may be true, she recognized him and she is just some random old lady.

.....whose career has plateaued as a grocery cashier - the absence of self awareness is amusing

I was in college you ass


Lol. My apologies - clearly I mistook the old lady and the cashier (yourself) as the same person.

Its early.
 
2020-10-20 6:54:35 AM  
1 vote:
Classic from the nascent days of the
Early Trump Days: "Crappy Days"

https://youtu.be/zjZT93tku4Y
[Obligatory]
 
2020-10-20 5:57:02 AM  
1 vote:

detonator: jst3p: detonator: jst3p: AllCatsAreBeautiful: I'm confused. Are they attempting to get seniors to vote Dem?  As a millennial, I barely remember the reruns on late night cable television in the early 90s. I always found the tv show to be repulsive, misogynist and oh so whitey white.

If you were a kid watching it on Nick at Night like I was and you found it to be these things you were WAY more woke than I was as a very young child or you are just making shiat up to appear more woke today. Hmmmm.... I wonder which is more likely.

I was in high school when it was on. It was supposed to be a adaptation of "American Graffiti ", but that only lasted about the first season. There was a ton of nostalgic fifties rock and roll stuff happening then, but as soon as "Happy Days" started having live studio audiences it went downhill fast. The actors all had '70's styled hair dos and flared jeans and white sneakers.
It always was pretty cringe worthy.

While all of that may be true, it has nothing to do with the experience he claimed to have as a member of a younger generation and my experience as that same generation.

I guess a shorter way of saying it would be "OK Boomer."

And here I thought you were an ok guy. Instead, you gotta defend a shiatty tv show.
I can't help being born when I was, just like you can't. I got to see and do a ton of stuff that you'll probably never imagine you could, like play hardcore punk rock in Eastern Europe before the Berlin Wall came down.
Say hi y to your boomer mom fir me.


👊🏼🤘
 
2020-10-20 5:12:03 AM  
1 vote:

HighOnCraic: [Fark user image image 425x271]

Unavailable for comment.


I would have thrown in an 'Obscure?', but I'm guessing that the entire series would fit that description to most Farkers...
 
2020-10-20 3:53:21 AM  
1 vote:
🎵I believe in Happy Days.
I believe in Joanie Love Crotchie.
I believe in all that TV crap,
And I believe in swordfish!
(He believes in swordfish)
 Up from the ghetto
 With the help of my stiletto.
 Everyday I hear the people moan,
 "Why should we buy postage stamps?
  We can make our own!"🎵
 
2020-10-20 3:53:15 AM  
1 vote:

AllCatsAreBeautiful: I'm confused. Are they attempting to get seniors to vote Dem?  As a millennial, I barely remember the reruns on late night cable television in the early 90s. I always found the tv show to be repulsive, misogynist and oh so whitey white.
/For a sec I thought it was a fundraiser for the Republican Party..
//you know they want to take us back to the 50s..


You don't understand why a campaign would hold a fundraiser?

Apart from the obvious  if someone donates any amount, even a dollar, they become much more committed
They will show up to vote, and urge others to do so. It binds them to the cause.
 
2020-10-20 3:51:46 AM  
1 vote:
This thread is weird...

and old...

and old...

...


and weird
 
2020-10-20 3:36:40 AM  
1 vote:

detonator: jst3p: AllCatsAreBeautiful: I'm confused. Are they attempting to get seniors to vote Dem?  As a millennial, I barely remember the reruns on late night cable television in the early 90s. I always found the tv show to be repulsive, misogynist and oh so whitey white.

If you were a kid watching it on Nick at Night like I was and you found it to be these things you were WAY more woke than I was as a very young child or you are just making shiat up to appear more woke today. Hmmmm.... I wonder which is more likely.

I was in high school when it was on. It was supposed to be a adaptation of "American Graffiti ", but that only lasted about the first season. There was a ton of nostalgic fifties rock and roll stuff happening then, but as soon as "Happy Days" started having live studio audiences it went downhill fast. The actors all had '70's styled hair dos and flared jeans and white sneakers.
It always was pretty cringe worthy.


I was in grade school and mom watched it. It was meh, to me. I do recall liking Laverne & Shirley though. Lenny and Squiggy cracked me up. Didn't put 2+2 that Lenny was in Spinal Tap and Earth Girls Are Easy until way later.
 
2020-10-20 3:36:23 AM  
1 vote:

Exile On Beale Street: jst3p: Exile On Beale Street: Ron and Henry threw him a bone, and he farking killed it. Hilarious. Then he had to go be a dick, cause that's what deplorables do. Right wing "celebrities" have no concept that self deprecating behavior makes audiences like you more. To me, Justin Timberlake was that kid from NSync until he did Dick In A Box. I instantly said "Ok, he's farking cool."
Same thing goes for VanDerbeek, Jason Biggs, Ben & Matt in Jay & Silent Bob. Ryan Reynolds...etc. Right wingers only know how to punch down. *paging Conservative Humor*
[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/mwWAsNZT​nug]

Wait, what? Tell me you are mistaken...

Oh, did you think I was calling RR a right winger? Nononono...I should've worded that differently...


I did, but I am kinda drunk so the fault is probably mine. It is my understanding that he is a left leaning (at least) Canadian who hates trump.
 
2020-10-20 3:33:45 AM  
1 vote:

AllCatsAreBeautiful: I'm confused. Are they attempting to get seniors to vote Dem?  As a millennial, I barely remember the reruns on late night cable television in the early 90s. I always found the tv show to be repulsive, misogynist and oh so whitey white.
/For a sec I thought it was a fundraiser for the Republican Party..
//you know they want to take us back to the 50s..


Honestly, yes they are. You see differing celebrities targeting different demos, from YA (18-29) up to people already in a retirement home.

When you got money like the DNC and the big state parties have to throw around, you might as well.
 
2020-10-20 3:32:45 AM  
1 vote:

Exile On Beale Street: Ron and Henry threw him a bone, and he farking killed it. Hilarious. Then he had to go be a dick, cause that's what deplorables do. Right wing "celebrities" have no concept that self deprecating behavior makes audiences like you more. To me, Justin Timberlake was that kid from NSync until he did Dick In A Box. I instantly said "Ok, he's farking cool."
Same thing goes for VanDerbeek, Jason Biggs, Ben & Matt in Jay & Silent Bob. Ryan Reynolds...etc. Right wingers only know how to punch down. *paging Conservative Humor*


Agreed. Or at least just not be a dick. I've had some angry times and managed to not take it out on my pets and family. I knew deep down that what I was feeling might have been justified but that lashing out wouldn't get what I ultimately wanted. It's like these deplorables have no sense of tact, decorum, or personal responsibility.

It's okay to have an opinion, it's not okay to be an asshole about it.

/got my ballot today and it'll be in the mail tomorrow
//two friggin weeks!
///going to give my liver a vacation, it needs it
 
2020-10-20 3:29:10 AM  
1 vote:

Exile On Beale Street: Ron and Henry threw him a bone, and he farking killed it. Hilarious. Then he had to go be a dick, cause that's what deplorables do. Right wing "celebrities" have no concept that self deprecating behavior makes audiences like you more. To me, Justin Timberlake was that kid from NSync until he did Dick In A Box. I instantly said "Ok, he's farking cool."
Same thing goes for VanDerbeek, Jason Biggs, Ben & Matt in Jay & Silent Bob. Ryan Reynolds...etc. Right wingers only know how to punch down. *paging Conservative Humor*
[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/mwWAsNZT​nug]


Wait, what? Tell me you are mistaken...
 
2020-10-20 3:08:07 AM  
1 vote:

jst3p: Happy Days created the spinoffs Laverne And Shirley (a hit), Mork and Mindy (a hit), and Joanie Loves Chachi (a hit for a time, right?). Has any other sitcom had as many successful spinoffs?


All in the family
Maude
The Jeffersons
Good times
Archie Bunker's place
 
2020-10-20 3:05:26 AM  
1 vote:
The comments...Jesus tap dancing christ.
 
2020-10-20 3:00:49 AM  
1 vote:

toddalmighty: In the 80s, Donny Most was in my line at a grocery store. Some old lady looked up at him and said "Well, your career sure went down the toilet."


While that may be true, she recognized him and she is just some random old lady.
 
2020-10-20 2:58:46 AM  
1 vote:
is Mr C still alive?

Other than him, the main cast is all there.
 
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