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Does anyone remember Sliders?

By PurpleSkys ·
Global TV carried it up here for the first 4 seasons then dropped it or messed around with the time slots so bad that I never did catch the last season. I think I may make it a goal of mine, to find a way to get all five season on DVD. :)

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We've got Krystal down here

by NickNielsen In reply to White Castle

And, of course, all the 'neighborhood restaurant' chains are offering them as well.

That's another thing I didn't do this trip to L'ville. I didn't make it to either Graeter's OR White Castle.

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Next year, Nick

by Sonja Thompson Staff In reply to We've got Krystal down he ...

Graeters and White Castle... and of course another trip or two to KFC for GG. :-D

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Can't do KFC any more

by NickNielsen In reply to Next year, Nick

Bojangles is da bomb!

Check it out the next time you're in the neighborhood.

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I remember thinking

by Tony Hopkinson In reply to Does anyone remember Slid ...

Alternate universes, then about how much fun watching a custard set is.

Never watched it, never will, bad science and unoriginal fantasy.

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by seanferd In reply to Does anyone remember Slid ...

First couple three seasons were amusing, at least a bit. Never cared for the later seasons with the Neanderthal or Cro Magnon human antagonists, though.

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That's still better than

by Juanita Marquez In reply to Yes.

(shudder) adding a baby, going to Disneyland or having everyone in the science office/neighborhood ALL move to the same apartment building coincidentally.

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I do believe you are correct

by seanferd In reply to That's still better than

Much better, I'm sure!

Adding a baby, or cousin, or whatever - this is a trope that irks me. (Scrappy doo?)

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Adding a baby?

by CharlieSpencer In reply to I do believe you are corr ...

Might as well have the junior cast members cut a bubble gum song, or bring in a motorcycle and a shark tank...

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Jumping the couch

by Juanita Marquez In reply to Adding a baby?

My SO has proposed a new category for an actor's career having left the building: Jumping the couch, a la Tom Cruise. It is defined as the moment the public knows a person's career has tanked because of behavior that is batsh**t crazy.

See also: Mel Gibson. Use in a sentence: "If Mel Gibson hadn't been caught on his girlfriend's voicemail, his career may not have officially jumped the couch."

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by seanferd In reply to Jumping the couch

"Jumping the couch" - works for me. Especially since the definition includes the descriptive and appropriate use of "batsh**t crazy". The example certainly fits the description of cranky and batsh**t crazy.

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