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- Wed Aug 24, 2011 6:52 pm
- Forum: Other Works of MWC Actors
- Topic: 8 Simple Rules
- Replies: 9
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Katey Sagal starred in this sitcom, taking over as the lead character after John Ritter died. By its third season, they tried a lot of bizarre ideas to keep the show going. One was a "Freaky Friday" episode. Another was where Cate (Sagal) caught up with an old schoolmate, played by Ed O'Neill. Famil...
- Sun Aug 14, 2011 5:04 am
- Forum: English
- Topic: The pregnancy-was-only-a-dream explanation in season 6
- Replies: 6
- Views: 3712
It seems in spite of that tragedy, someone on the show still poked into the prospect of a "third" child. They brought in Seven during Season 7, which didn't last. It was the annoying Cousin Oliver-like way he was forced into the show that did him in. Katey Sagal chose to leave her next two pregnanci...
- Wed Aug 03, 2011 9:39 am
- Forum: English
- Topic: What was the last MWC episode you watched?
- Replies: 228
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Might as well be.marriedaniac wrote:Hi, Buckingham Fountain! Is it 'Buck' for short...?Buckingham Fountain wrote:A Dump of My Own
The ending is freaking epic!
There was no proper finale because Fox decided to cancel the show only after they had finished shooting the 11th season. It feels like a suspicious gesture to me. Why wait until after the season's production filming? If the new production team had a clue, could 1124 have been re-conceived as the of...
Haven't seen the entire season. I'm mostly curious about the three-parter where Al and Peggy separate. It only sucks that when they cancelled the show, they didn't give it a formal finale. Was it just not possible to get Michael Moye and/or Ron Leavitt together for a grand finale? Or could they not ...