For those who may not know, or may have chosen to forget, Small Wonder is a wonderful (I use that term loosely) sitcom from the mid '80s. Didn't air on a network, but on First-Run Syndication. Which, much to the chagrin of cast/crew and fans, meant episodes would air out of order.
It's about a father who works at a computer type firm, who decides to bring his latest project home. Turns out, it's a robotic 10 year old girl who can do all sorts of stuff, like lifting couches with one hand, breaking down doors by sneezing or some such feat.
Well, finally, my prayers and the prayers of others have been answered: dvd release. It's a great show. Anyone else out there like it (like me), or agree with the mass media in saying it's a horrible show that never should've been on tv?