Bill And Ted Wore Out Their Welcome With An Unwatchable Sitcom
If you're aware that Bill and Ted went on an Excellent Adventure in 1989, chances are you also know they undertook a Bogus Journey a few years later. If you didn't pay attention, you probably assumed that was the end of it, notwithstanding a few weird toys and games.
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There have been rumors of another sequel since, uh, the last sequel, but as much fun as a new romp starring a barely aging Keanu Reeves and that other guy might be, Hollywood already went in a different direction. Specifically, a hastily produced children's cartoon. All the major stars from the film reprised their roles for the first season, but when the second season debuted without Carlin, Reeves, or that other guy, the series abruptly folded.
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This provided an important lesson for the keepers of the franchise: The only reason the concept worked in the first place was that viewers were invested in the original actors (see also: Dumb And Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd). But studios being studios, they decided to throw common sense and decency to the wind and bring forth a live-action TV abomination so heinous that even the girl from Small Wonder shuddered to think of it.