Andrew Safford
Past and Future


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Chris Farley
South Park
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News Flash

Here you can learn about the great shows of the past and maybe some coming in the future.

Past Shows
  1. Just Shoot Me
  2. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
  3. Home Improvement
  4. Seinfeld
  5. Greg the Bunny
  6. The Norm Show
  7. Familly Matters
  8. Alf
  9. The Waynes Brothers
  10. Full House
  11. The Jamie Foxx Show
  12. Saved by the Bell
  13. Married with Children
  14. Roseanne
  15. Tucker
  16. Teen Angel

Teen Angel
ABC  1997-1998
Cast: Mike Damus, Jordan Brower, Maureen McCormick, Katie Volding and Alexandra Picatto
After Marty (Damus) dies from eating a 6-month-old hamburger, he returns to Earth as his best friend's (Brower) guardian angel. But Marty, who repeatedly lures his friend into deep trouble, turns out to be no angel.

Future Shows

Unknown Title
I heard Tracy Morgan was going to be on a new show. I have no idea what is about but Tracy Morgan is cool. For those people that don't know who Tracy Morgan is he used to be on Saturday Night Live and did a character named Brian Fellows which was hilarious. The show is supposedly going to be on NBC this fall and I am looking forward to seeing what it is.
Well I found out a little bit about this show. This show is a comedy based on his real life as a hardworking Brooklyn family man pursuing happiness with streetwise wit, attitude and wisdom. You can probably tell I stole that sentence from another site but anyway. He has a wife, a 13-year-old son and a 9-year-old son in the show. Also Tracy runs an auto garage business and two other people are on the show too named Spoon and Bernard, but I don't know anything about them. I still don't know the title of the show but people have started calling it The Tracy Morgan Show (that name could change anytime).

A Minute with Stan Hooper
This is a new show coming to FOX this fall starring a funny guy, Norm MacDonald. Stan Hooper (Norm) is a news man that does a minute of stories at the end of each news program where he talks about real stories of real people that make up the fabric of America..But now Stan is making his "Minute" more honest. He no longer wants to comment on life from a studio in midtown Manhattan. He wants to live in the vanishing America he has been talking about for a decade a place where ordinary people enjoy lifes simple pleasures, where people have never heard of cappuccino.