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The Horse with no Name⭐
Oct 27, 2003
The wilds of Kent
My pick of daytime telly when I was a student, better than Petrocelli, Monk and Ironside. Anyway, this just in

Arts, Briefly
Klugman Sues Over ‘Quincy’
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Published: March 31, 2008
Jack Klugman, below, who often uncovered foul play when he starred for years on television as a medical examiner on “Quincy, M.E.,” has decided that there is something fishy about NBC Universal’s handling of the money from the show. So he sued NBC Universal on Friday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, The Associated Press reported. Mr. Klugman said his 1976 contract with NBC entitled him and his company, Sweater Productions, to 25 percent of the net profits of “Quincy,” which ran from 1976 to 1983 and was rerun afterward. “I recently heard that they made $250 million, and it’s still on TV in Germany,” said Mr. Klugman, 85. “I don’t want their money. I want my money. I worked my tail off. I got up at 4 in the morning and stayed at the studio. I did rewrite. I edited.” He said that his copy of the contract was lost when his agent died and that NBC refused to provide a copy. According to the lawsuit, NBC provided Mr. Klugman with an accounting statement showing that the series lost $66 million through 2006. Mr. Klugman said he believed that NBC was lying and that the series made money. NBC did not reply immediately to a request for comment

Mad Cyril

Proud sponsor of Mark Molesley's white trainers⭐
Oct 29, 2003
Flavour country
I used to like The Streets of San Francisco.


Perhaps we should have a poll?

I was also a fan of Riptide, Hardball, Thunder in Paradise and Banacek.
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Yorkshire Blue

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Oct 27, 2003
I have been watching a fair bit of Airwolf on DMAX recently.

I really think someone should have told Stringfellow Hawke that it is quicker to fly in a straight line than constantly circling.