#10. Dessert Buddies
#9. Howard The Duck
This even-more-live-action-than-Howard-The-Duck remake of Howard The Duck starred an unknown actor as the titular duck. It was a ballsy move not bothering to put on feathers, but the actor still sold it. It went on for three seasons of one episode each and the episodes varied in length, so it ended up being exactly as long as the original movie. In fact, I think it was a shot-for-shot remake. In fact, I'm definitely thinking of the original movie.
I canât believe Boyf**kers is still on the air. Seriously, does anybody even watch this televomit? Sure, this episode (5F09 - Donât Tell Anyone) was a little funny, but how many times can you have the same grown men f**k the same little boy and keep it fresh? To make matters worse, they took out the laugh track in season 6 and it just made everything even more uncomfortable than it already was.
Great theme song, though.
Boyf**kers gettinâ ya down?
Just typing it out doesnât do it justice, but Iâm sure you remember how it goes.
#7. The Kid Who Could Walk, But Didn't
If you've just seen the pilot episode, you probably think this show is pretty tragic. However, I urge you to check out reruns if you can. The pilot ends with Kid Josh getting hit by a car being driven by Adult Josh. You find out early on in episode 2 that Kid Josh survives. His ability to walk is not affected in any way, although his ability to communicate (through any means) is mysteriously lost. Because of this, Adult Josh and his three black servants all think Kid Josh is paralyzed. They carry him around wherever they go. Eventually Kid Josh learns that it's fun to be carried around, so he stops trying to explain to everyone that he can still walk. The finale features a second grotesque car accident and it restores Kid Josh's ability to speak and write. His ability to walk is still unaffected. The last lines of the whole series are "But, Kid Josh, even though you couldn't speak or write, if you had just stood up once we would have easily inferred that you could walk" and "Oh."