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  1. RD 44 The Fishin' Hole-(Andy Griffith Show)- Theme Song So Simple, so iconic, we can all whistle this tune right now.
  2. RD 43- Danny Tanner- TV Dad "Just remember, when children seem the least loveable, it means they need love the most." Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) faced the difficult task of raising three young daughters after his wife passed away. Luckily, Uncle Jesse and Uncle Joey were there to help him shepherd DJ, Stephanie, and Michelle through childhood and into adolescence. Other than his obsessive compulsive cleanliness. Mr. Tanner was pretty much the epitome of a perfect TV dad. @jwb
  3. “They got the guns, but we got the numbers...gonna win yeah we’re taking over” -The lizard king
  4. RD. 42- Kato- Supporting Man 1951-1970 Bruce Lee landed the role of Kato purely because of his skills as a martial artist. As Kato, Lee continued to amaze both audiences and the people filming him by dispatching his enemies with lightning fast kicks. Thanks almost entirely to Lee’s martial arts prowess, Kato quickly became the star of the show and thousands of fans would tune in just to see how Kato was going to wreck someone’s #### that week. Bruce Lee was the ######## Man
  5. RD 41 Michael Knight -Hero Michael Knight: a young loner on a crusade to champion the cause of the innocent, the helpless, the powerless, in a world of criminals who operate above the law.
  6. Rd. 40- Lydia Grant- Lead woman in Drama 1971-1990 "You've got big dreams? You want fame? Well, fame costs. And right here is where you start paying ... in sweat." Debbie Allen was nominated for the Emmy Award for Best Actress four times during the show's run. She is the only actress to have appeared in all three screen incarnations of Fame, playing Lydia Grant in both the 1980 film and 1982 television series and playing the school principal in the 2009 remake. Allen was also lead choreographer for the film and television series, winning two Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography and one Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy. She became the first Black woman to win a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy.
  7. I thought in the movie draft dystopian/post apocalyptic was considered a subgenre of Sci-Fi?
  8. I agree with Supermike here. if someone believes the earth is flat they shouldnt get suspended nor should there post be deleted, but then again no one should be suspended for openly mocking their ignorance either.
  9. Rd. 38- Mr. Show with Bob and David- Variety Not sure how it will rank but this is one of my all time sketch comedy shows. Its like SNL for people who love to laugh. Its a show where each sketch ties into the next. It can be described as being a "tangent" or "chain" sketch comedy show. Each sketch didn't end but merely blended into the next ,finally coming full circle to the original host segment. It was clever, smart and deep. Bob Odenkirk and David Cross are comedy geniuses who were smart enough to bring other great comedians to the show.People who would go on to huge success like Jack Black, Jay Johnston, Paul F. Tompkins, Brian Posehn, Tom Kenny(SpongeBob),Jerry Minor, and Sarah Silverman. Rolling Stone magazine ranked it as 71st best show in TV history.
  10. Round 38- Frank Underwood- leading male drama 1991-2020 “The road to power is paved with hypocrisy, and casualties. Never regret“ Frank is a ruthless politician who rises from House Majority Whipto President of the United States through treachery, deception and murder. Just a great written character performed perfectly by kevin spacey Nominated for 5 emmys and 4 golden globes winning 2 as best actor in drama
  11. Round 37 Marv Albert- Sports Play by Play Honored for his work as a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, he is commonly referred to as "the voice of basketball" If you watched the NBA in the 90s you know the greatness of Marv. his most famous call is his simple "Yes!" for a basket, rendered in many variations of volume and length depending on the situation.
  12. round 36- Bob Costas- Sports personality Costas has won eight National Sportcaster of the Year awards from the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. He was inducted into that organization's Hall of Fame in 2012. He has also won four Sportscaster of the Year awards from the American Sportscasters Association and well over twenty Sports Emmy Awards for announcing. He is the only person in television history to have won Emmys for Sports, News (Sandusky interview), and Entertainment (Later).
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