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« Reply #15 on: December 18, 2008, 09:04:10 PM »

We all watched Boy Meets World, and it's a good thing.  Show was great.  I don't remember them doing a whole hell of a lot of 'very specials' though.  Full House did though, didn't it?

 I know they sometimes dealth with serious issues but maybe they didn't do it in the  Very Special Format.  Or maybe I was thinking of Growing Pains. I watched that show because I had a crush on Judith Kearns and because they had a character named Boner. I think Matthew perry died on that show from a car crash after he drove drunk. Or maybe I was thinking of Webster.
They had some serious issues on Boy Meets World.  Like Shawn became an alcoholic after trying 1 beer, and his dad and mom abandoned him for a while.  Growing Pains was the one with Matthew Perry dying in the drunk driving thing.

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« Reply #16 on: December 20, 2008, 05:40:29 PM »

I heard that the phrase "jumped the shark" had jumped the shark, so now I say "got raped by the panda" after the exact moment when The Simpsons jumped the shark.
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« Reply #17 on: December 20, 2008, 08:56:34 PM »

I wonder what the first very special episode was?
I am thinking,maybe Leave it to Beaver?
One episode was when one of Beavers friends parents were divorced.Beaver had it in his head that the kid sure was lucky because he got extra presents.Than the kid let Beaver know that he was jealous of Beav because his parents were still together.
In another episode,there was some older fella that I think was doing odd jobs for Ward???Anyway,it turned out that this guy had a drinking problem.Beaver showed Wally the bottle,Wally takes a sniff and tells Beav that it's whiskey.How Wally knows this,we're not told.
And while not a very special episode,I remember seeing one episode several years back on TV Land that seemed like it was influenced by The Twilight Zone.
I don't recall the exact details,but Beav was supposed on TV for some reason so the teacher allows a TV to be set up in the class room so that they can all watch and see Theodore on the tube.
It turns out that Beav misunderstood about when it would actually air.When Beavs classmates accuse him of being a liar,the camera pans to Beav and as he makes strained expressions,we hear him thinking to himself something like,"If I wasn't at the tv studio yesterday,than..where was I...??".
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