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Remember These TV Spin-offs That Time Forgot?
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May 29, 2013 7:47AM
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Another of the daily disingenuous attempts by MSN to artificially inflate the "hits" on Bing. Why can't they simply write an article without forcing everybody to link to their search engine? Because the more hits at Bing, the more they can raise the advertising rates to the sponsors. Unethical and dishonest.
May 29, 2013 10:29AM
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If I wanted to look this up myself I would have BOO Bing!!
May 17, 2013 10:45PM
May 29, 2013 4:11PM
May 17, 2013 8:49AM
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Actually, "Friends" was inspired by "Living Single" that included an all Afro-American cast.

 

 Let's give credit were credits is due.

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Remember These TV Spin-offs That Time Forgot?

By Daynah Burnett for MSN TV

Ah, TV spin-offs -- they are a delicate thing to get right. While "Cheers" may have spawned one of the most successful spin-offs of all time, other attempts (even born from a show as successful as "The Office") never ever make it past the pilot.

In June, "Desperate Housewives" creator Marc Cherry will debut his show's aptly titled spin-off, one that promises lots of campy schlock and backstabbing melodrama. It's too soon to tell if the spin-off will take off or crash and burn, but in the meantime test your memory and see if you can remember the forgotten spin-offs to these classic TV shows.

(ABC Television)