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  1. 7 minutes ago, Yo Mama said:

    Here’s another classic character that I had high on my list that I’m happy to take now.  Yo Mama selects:


    46.01 – The One-Armed Man – Villain


    A menacing, mysterious, shadowy villain from The Fugitive who was the true killer of the wife of Dr. Richard Kimble.


    He was such a classic villain, TV Guide named him #5 in their Nastiest Villains of All Time list.


    great pick... yo mama is killing this draft

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  2. Rd 45- Dr. Donald Westphall- lead man 1971-1990

    In 1982 Ed Flanders began his role in St. Elsewhere that earned him five Emmy Award nominations as Outstanding Lead Actor in a TV Series, winning the award in 1983. 

    Dr. Westphall quit his job and left the hospital 3 episodes into Season 6; his delivery of his resignation (in which he told John Gideon, "You can kiss my ###, pal") is one of the most famous and controversial scenes in American television, as it shows Westphall with his pants down and his rump exposed.

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  3. 11 minutes ago, Yo Mama said:

    Maybe I’ve done too many music drafts where we try to not draft the same artist in a draft, but so far I don’t have any cross over picks (multiple selections from the same show).  Fitting I should break that streak for a song.  Yo Mama selects:


    43.16 – “Movin’ On Up” (The Jeffersons) – Theme Song


    It’s instantly recognizable, it clearly lays out the premise of the show, it’s a song I can still sing most of the lyrics to today, it’s a banger (that’s what the kids these days say, right).  This was in the top three of my list for this category from the start of the draft.  Thrilled to get it this late.


    This classic song was written and sung by the lovely actress from [redacted] Ja’Net DuBois and backed by a gospel choir.



    Well we're movin on up,

    To the east side.

    To a deluxe apartment in the sky.

    Movin on up

    To the east side.

    We finally got a piece of the pie.


    Fish don't fry in the kitchen;

    Beans don't burn on the grill.

    Took a whole lotta tryin'

    Just to get up that hill.

    Now we're up in the big leagues

    Gettin' our turn at bat.

    As long as we live, it's you and me baby

    There ain't nothin wrong with that.


    Well we're movin on up,

    To the east side.

    To a deluxe apartment in the sky.

    Movin on up

    To the east side.

    We finally got a piece of the pie.



    was my next pick... I think this one is top 5 in category

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  4. 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.


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  5. 9 minutes ago, 2Squirrels1Nut said:

    ##Just breaking things up a bit##


    When I was in HS, before C, I scored this office job for the summer.  It was pretty great. Lots of cake. I don't mean slang cake, I'm talking birthday cakes. Anyhow, good looking single women everywhere.  I went to many happy hours with them. I always had a suit on, blended in.

    My last day they had a party. I hooked up with a 24 yo woman still so far out of my league that I can't believe it.  You would recognize her. :ph34r:Drank more. Hooked up with another 24yo from the office later. She made me aware that she knew she was second.

    Why can't every day be like that?


    ##Sorry, thought we needed a break##


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  6. 13 minutes ago, mphtrilogy said:

    Tried picking this in the movie draft, but couldn’t as it was made for TV let’s try here again 


    The Up Series - Documentary 

    The Up series is a series of documentary filmsproduced by Granada Television for ITV that follows the lives of fourteen British children since 1964, when they were seven years old. The documentary has had nine episodes—one episode every seven years—thus spanning 56 years. All were broadcast on ITV, apart from the sixth episode that was broadcast on BBC One. Individual films and the series as a whole have received numerous accolades;[clarification needed] the fourth episode, 28 Up, was chosen for Roger Ebert's list of the ten greatest films of all time.[2]

    Nice pick! Forgot all about that one

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  7. 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

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  8. 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.


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