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1996-09-01 00:00:00 - NwM being replaced.. - (stripes@rust.net)


Well I can just see "Homeboys in Outer Space" being a big hit, lol... Let's replace that show with Nowhere Man, at least Nowhere Man was being both watched and enjoyed.

1996-09-02 00:00:00 - Re: NwM being replaced.. - (alantuck@usa.pipeline.com)


On Sep 01, 1996 22:25:15 in article <NwM being replaced..>, 'stripes@rust.net (Keith)' wrote: >Well I can just see "Homeboys in Outer Space" being a big hit, lol... Let's >replace that show with Nowhere Man, at least Nowhere Man was being both watched >and enjoyed. Not that it matters, since it's a moot point, but it would be more accurate to say that "The Burning Zone" replaced Nowhere Man. Alan Tucker

1996-09-03 00:00:00 - Re: NwM being replaced.. - (David Filip <grimlock@u.washington.edu>)


On 2 Sep 1996, Alan Tucker wrote: > Not that it matters, since it's a moot point, but it would be more accurate > to say that "The Burning Zone" replaced Nowhere Man. There was no "replacement" per se. Nowhere Man was an hour long drama. TBZ was an unitnentional parody of Outbreak, except that the virus was super intelligent. Each is in a different time slot and a different genre. I might have watched the rest of the BZ series, but I was quite upset at the way they ignored the most important part of the parody; the hero in TBZ was the generic-no-personality-cheesey-scientist, while the hero in Outbreak was the offscreen helicopter pilot who went out for a whiz, enabling Hoffman to take the copter. If you've seen Outbreak, I know you'll agree.