“It was another clip featuring JDF in Family Matters on the beginning of a funny fighting scene...”
Family Matters was an American TV Series sitcom that premiered on ABC and CBS Network from September 22, 1989 until July 17, 1998. It was created by William Bickley and Michael Warren which aired in all part of the United State and had 9 seasons all in 214 episodes. The show was originally envisioned as a working version of “The Cosby Show” featuring an extended family. The story was about a middle-class African-American family living in Chicago and the spin-off of the “Perfect Strangers” which focused on the character of Harriette Winslow and about her family.
The show’s original theme was the Louis Armstrong classic, called What a Wonderful World but was scrapped after the first episode. Some critics claim the show as “jumped the shark” in the later seasons that introduced many outrageous inventions from Steve Urkel that turns the show into based science-fiction based show.
Genre: Comedy Channel: ABC and CBS Original Run: September 22, 1989 – July 17, 1998 No. of episodes: 214 (Seasons 9) Created By: William Bickley and Michael Warren
"The very best of Dharma and Greg shows that starred by Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson along with the background music by one and only, Fall Out Boy."
Dharma and Greg was an American comedy show co-produced by Chuck Lorre productions, More-Medavoy productions and the 4 to 6 Foot productions. It was associated to 20th Century Fox Television which been aired in all part of United States and some others countries. The show’s opening theme song with the self title was written and performed by composer Dennis C. Brown.
Before the comedy series end-up in 2002, Elfman had got Golden Globe Awards as best actress, out of a total of eight nominations. Another one, it gathered six Emmy and Satellite Awards nominations respectively. The reason of the cancellation of this series its because of low ratings they’ve got during 2001 – 2002 season and a change in target demographics.
Genre: Comedy Channel: ABC Original Run: September 24, 1997 – April 30, 2002 No. of episodes: 119 (Seasons 5) Created By: Dottie Dartland and Chuck Lorre
Jenna Elfman – Dharma Freedom Montgomery
Thomas Gibson – Gregory "Greg" Clifford Montgomery
"This Video is coming from one of the episode of this series and has a hilarious scene featuring Craig T. Nelson as he visits Shirley, to tell her that her husband has run off with a Vegas showgirl."
Coach was an American comedy TV sitcom which been aired in all part of the United States. The series starred Craig T. Nelson as Hayden Fox, coach of the fictional Division I-A college football team called, Minnesota State University Screaming Eagles. Most of the 9 seasons focused on the couple's newfound joy of parenthood, as they had been unable to conceive a child together before they decided to adopt.
The fictional college Minnesota State University was intended to reflect the University of Minnesota and its team the Golden Gophers, but the University of Minnesota had refuse their approval.
Genre: Comedy Channel: ABC Original Run: February 28, 1989 – May 14, 1997 No. of episodes: 200 (Seasons 9) Created By: Barry Kemp
"This music video is tribute to the wonderful best of friends Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett. Sung by Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth, from wicked with the title of, For Good".
The Carol Burnett Show is a sketch comedy television show which been aired in all part of the United States of America. The popular variety show made the stars household names with such sketches as; as the stomach turns, went with the wind, Carol and sis, Mr. Wiggins, the family, Nora Desmond and Stella Toddler. The show has only one cast member aside from to Carol and it was Vicki Lawrence before Lyle Waggoner left the series in 1974 to pursue a dramatic acting career.
The comedy sketches of the show were reedited into freestanding programs as they continued the success for many years in syndicated reruns as, “The Carol Burnet Show and Friends”.
Genre: Comedy Channel: CBS Original Run: September 11, 1967 – March 29, 1978 No. of episodes: 278 (Seasons 11) Executive Producer By: Joe Hamilton