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Working

Working logoMatt Peyser (Fred Savage) is a young, idealistic college graduate who is about to embark on his first job. He goes to work for Upton-Webber and believes that his hard work and ideas will make a difference. He has to contend with his boss Tim (Maurice Godin, "Life With Roger") , who doesn't seem to have any real business sense at all; Hal (Sarah Knowlton), a Yale grad who is underutilized within the company; Abby (Arden Myrin), who just wants to please everyone; and Evelyn (Yvette Freeman, "ER"), the operarions manager who doesn't have time for idle chit-chat. He has to learn to get through his daily job routine and make some sense of it all. (Show Description courtesy of Pazsaz) (Many Episode Synopsises courtesy of TV Guide)

Working Girl

Working Girl logoWorking Girl is another hit movie that failed as a tv seris. The 1988 film starred Melanie Griffith in the title role, with Sigourney Weaver as her insufferable boss, but the tv seris had to settle for more lesser known talent. Tess, the spunky, independent secretary who suddenly becomes a junior executive after charming company owner A.J. Task, portrayed here by newcommer "Sandra Bullock" (Nancy MecKeon of Facts of life was originally supposed to play the role). Tess' first challenge was to survive working with her antagonistic, uptight immediate boss, Mrs. Newhouse, also known as the "company witch". Lana, a secretary, was Tess' best pal, more interested in doing her nails and rooting for Tess than in getting ahead herself; Everett was a follow junior executive who was charming but o ea...

Working it Out

Working it Out logoWelcome to the Working it Out guide at TV Tome. This short-lived series followed the courtship of Sarah and David, a pair of NYC singles who hit it off while taking a cooking class.

World's Most Amazing Videos

World's Most Amazing Videos logoThe World's Most Amazing Videos is a reality television show similar to Real TV and Maximum Exposure. Like these shows, it showcases accidents, disasters, police chases and other extraordinary events that are caught on video camera, and few videos with deaths are shown. Although it is similar in content to Maximum Exposure, it takes a more serious tone. The show originated on NBC as a timeslot filler program. A new series of episodes of the show were created in 2006 first-run for SpikeTV, after a six year hiatus from the NBC stint
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Yo Yogi!

Yo Yogi! logoWelcome to the Yo Yogi! guide at TV Tome. Hanna Barbera struck gold twice when they made "Muppet Babies" versions of Flintstone Kids & A Pup Named Scooby Doo. But they struck out with its 3rd idea, Yo Yogi! Yo Yogi! featured the gang (except Boo Boo) as young teenagers (Yogi, Huck, Snagglepuss & Cindy). They worked for the LAF (Lost & Found) detective agency which was run by head security agent John Smith (later the park ranger), over @ Jellystone Mall (owned by Doggie Daddy & Augie Doggie). Causing trouble were teenage Dick Dastardly & his pup, Muttley, along with Roxy Bear. In the middle of the show's run, Kellogg's cereals offered 3-D glasses in which some scenes in an episode would be in 3-D. To signify when to put the 3-D glasses on, Yogi would spin his hat.

You Again?

You Again? logoEver since his bitter divorce years earlier, Henry Willows had been leading a quiet, peaceful life -- and he'd become set in his ways. But when his 17 year-old son, Matt, whom he'd not seen since the divorce, came knocking on the door, Henry found his life being turned upside-down. Matt's girl-chasing, rock-n-roll ways didn't bode well with his conservative father... leading to a lot of fights. Enid was Henry's wisecracking housekeeper. Based on the British series Home to Roost, this series boasted a TV first. Actress Elizabeth Bennett essentially played the role of Enid in both series (though her surname was "Thompson" in the British counterpart) and found herself regularly commuting between London and LA. Many episodes of "You Again?" were based heavily on the British episodes, thou...

You Bet Your Life

You Bet Your Life logoYou Bet You Life aired from 1950-1961. It was one of TV's most popular game shows. The thing that made this show popular was Groucho's interactions with the contestants.

Your Show of Shows

Your Show of Shows logoWelcome to the Your Show of Shows guide at TV Tome. First Telecast:February 25, 1950 Last Telecast:June 5, 1954 153 Total Episodes (Black + White) Sid Caeser and Imogene Coca starred on this influental variety program. Nielsen Ratings: (Top 25 or better) # 4 in the 1950-1951 Season # 8 in the 1951-1952 Season # 19 in the 1952-1953 Season Broadcast History on NBC Feb. 1950-June 1954...Sat. 9-10:30 PM
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