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Jack 1000
post Jan 2 2013, 01:26 AM
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So many I could list, but a forgotten favorite of mine is "Bad Boys." Sean Penn's incredible role in a hellish reform school. Esai Morales plays his arch-nemesis. The guys who play the inmates and the supervisor guards are just incredible in the acting! It's so real! It is like watching a documentary!

Big fan of The White Shadow! A TV series about a former (though fictional) retired pro-ball player who takes a job at a tough inner-city high school as a basketball coach. The series brilliantly with so many issues facing schools and kids today: Domestic Abuse, drugs, homosexuality, the problems that kids have at times adjusting to educational environments.

The Paper Chase (The Movie is Great but the series is even better) With John Housman as strict law professor Charles Kingsfield. Noted for realistically captivating the viewer, this is the best series about law school life ever filmed!!!

For fun family movies- Willy Wonka and A Christmas Story!!!!!

I also love classic TV and collect so many series on DVD. From fun classic family comedy such as Leave it to Beaver, The Bob Newhardt Show, Brady Bunch, and Gilligan's Island.

And the very controversial All in the Family, but oh man! I'm surprised it is even shown today, because Archie Bunker is so racist! The humor though always came from when he would trying to speak intelligently about anything, and would screw things up making him look stupid in his analogies! Still not a show for the politically correct.

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post Jan 2 2013, 07:55 PM
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the original bad boys was a great movie!

archie bunker...sanford and son...the jeffersons....good times...all favorite tv shows.

i used to love watching the benny hill show. that was great as well.

correct me if i'm wrong...but didn't the guys who made monty python also have a show? i seem to recall watching a show with those guys on network television when i was a kid.
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post Jan 4 2013, 02:19 PM
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When I saw Jack open a movie/tv show thread, I immediately knew that Bad Boys had to be at the top of the list! I remember the line about "coping a shit attitude"...too funny! That movie was a classic, and in a league of its own.

I cant really think of a classic movie off the top of my head, but as far as shows are concerned....Married With Children gets me every tie they air reruns! Al Bundy could be my fuckin' president for all I care...dude was hilarious and brutally honest! Not to mention that I dont mind looking at Kaite Sagal for 30 mins at a time!
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post Jan 4 2013, 04:40 PM
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QUOTE (Cshel86 @ Jan 4 2013, 01:19 PM) *
When I saw Jack open a movie/tv show thread, I immediately knew that Bad Boys had to be at the top of the list! I remember the line about "coping a shit attitude"...too funny! That movie was a classic, and in a league of its own.

I cant really think of a classic movie off the top of my head, but as far as shows are concerned....Married With Children gets me every tie they air reruns! Al Bundy could be my fuckin' president for all I care...dude was hilarious and brutally honest! Not to mention that I dont mind looking at Kaite Sagal for 30 mins at a time!


LOL!!!! Married With Children!!!! Love it!!!! My cousin at one time sort of looked exactly like Kelly Bundy! hahahaha!!! My favorite episode is The 30 Year Old Overdue library book!!!! The mean librarian reminds me of a teacher and one of our own librarians back in my school days!!!! My Dad quoted lines from that episode for YEARS!!!!

Ms. Degroot, the fat bitch librarian who hates Al: (Flashback to Al as a kid.)

Librarian: (To Al): "You're a HORRIBLE little boy!!!! You'll never amount to a hill of beans!!! Do you think anyone can teach you anything?"

Al: "Well, you just taught me that even the slightest movement can make a fat person sweat!!!!" Hahahahahaha!!

Librarian: "I always told you, make a promise, keep a promise!"

Al (Blowing her off of course): "Yea, yea, bake a pie! Eat a pie!" LOL!!!!!


Al's "I'm not a loser" speech at the end of this episode is one of the greatest I have ever seen in any series!!!!

Jack

PS. Hahahaha!!!! I found classic quotes from that episode at imdb.com. The episode title is "He Thought He Could."

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0642284/quotes
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post Jan 7 2013, 02:51 PM
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QUOTE (Jack 1000 @ Jan 4 2013, 04:40 PM) *
LOL!!!! Married With Children!!!! Love it!!!! My cousin at one time sort of looked exactly like Kelly Bundy! hahahaha!!! My favorite episode is The 30 Year Old Overdue library book!!!! The mean librarian reminds me of a teacher and one of our own librarians back in my school days!!!! My Dad quoted lines from that episode for YEARS!!!!

Ms. Degroot, the fat bitch librarian who hates Al: (Flashback to Al as a kid.)

Librarian: (To Al): "You're a HORRIBLE little boy!!!! You'll never amount to a hill of beans!!! Do you think anyone can teach you anything?"

Al: "Well, you just taught me that even the slightest movement can make a fat person sweat!!!!" Hahahahahaha!!

Librarian: "I always told you, make a promise, keep a promise!"

Al (Blowing her off of course): "Yea, yea, bake a pie! Eat a pie!" LOL!!!!!


Al's "I'm not a loser" speech at the end of this episode is one of the greatest I have ever seen in any series!!!!

Jack

PS. Hahahaha!!!! I found classic quotes from that episode at imdb.com. The episode title is "He Thought He Could."

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0642284/quotes

Al Bundy is just a classic character all together! His woman-hating social circle had to be the funniest part of the show, and him wishing his kids weren't around, was cringing comedy within itself. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)
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