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Big Wolf On Campus episode list

#01  Big Wolf On Campus
#02  Fangs For The Memories
#03  Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
#04  The Exor-Sis
#05  Muffy, The Werewolf Slayer
#06  That Swamp Thing You Do!
#07  The Bookmobile
#08  Butch Comes to Shove
#09  Witch College
#10  Stalk Like an Egyptian
#11  Cat Woman
#12  Stage Fright
#13  The Wolf Is Out There
#14  The Pleasantville Strangler
#15  Game Over
#16  Invisible Merton
#17  Time and Again
#18  Flugelhoff!
#19  Interview With A Werewolf
#20  Big Bad Wolf
#21  Scary Terri
#22  Don't Fear the Reaper
#23  Hello Nasty
#24  Commie Dawkins
#25  Apocalypse Soon
#26  Frank Stein
#27  The Sandman Cometh
#28  The Girl Who Spied Wolf
#29  Imaginary Fiend
#30  The Geek Shall Inherit the Earth
#31  101 Damnations
#32  Mind Over Merton
#33  Blame It On The Haim
#34  Pleased To Eat You
#35  The Manchurian Werewolf
#36  Manchu: Part Deux
#37  Mr. Roboto
#38  Rob: Zombie
#39  Fear And Loathing In Pleasantville
#40  Faltered States
#41  Butch Is Back
#42  Voodoo Child
#43  The Kiss Of Death
#44  She Will, She Will Rock You
#45  Anti-Claus Is Coming To Town
#46  Stone Free
#47  N'Sipid
#48  Play It Again, Samurai
#49  Hellection
#50  I Dream Of Becky
#51  Being Tommy Dawkins
#52  Save The Last Trance For Me
#53  Baby On Board
#54  The Mertonator
#55  Stormy Weather
#56  Everybody Fang Chung Tonight
#57  Very Pale Rider
#58  Dances Without Wolves
#59  The Boy Who Tried Wolf
#60  What's Vlud Got To Do With It?
#61  There's Something About Lori
#62  Switch Me Baby One More Time
#63  The Sum of All Fears
#64  What's the Story, Mourning Corey?
#65  Thanks

Production Order info from PigskinBaby @ IMDb


1 The Rockford Files
2 Sliders
3 Alias Smith and Jones
4 Columbo
5 Barney Miller
6 The Six Million Dollar Man
7 How the West Was Won
8 Moonlighting
9 Logan's Run
10 Mission: Impossible
11 McCloud
12 The Avengers


Now that TCM UK is showing old TV series, it seems like it would be a good home for The Name of the Game. is their email address.

I've written and said: "Has your channel ever considered this classic series? The Name Of The Game. Given it's high production values, feature-length episodes and high profile guest stars, it seems absolutely perfect for TCM."

Maybe if they get a lot of emails, they might pick the show up.

John Friedrich

John Friedrich was terrific in the Baretta I just watched. It's a new name to me, but I see he made quite an impact in the late '70s/early '80s before 'vanishing'.

Honolulu Star-Bulletin - Hawaii's Best Newspaper

Knots Landing Season One Intro (Fan Made)


#1 Friday Night Lights: Because the emotions felt real, every step of the way. Because I cried with/for those people and loved them. Because I don't know when a piece of fiction has affected me so deeply, or when I've been as proud to admit it. I come from a small town, too, (on the other side of the world) but I get it. The sports thing. Who would have thought you could do a TV series about that and make it deep and meaningful and compelling? 10/10

#2 Breakout Kings: Because of the ingenious premise and fascinating group dynamics (the best since Prison Break). The relentless action/violence is a big plus, too. The heroes are bad-ass and the show is a rush. 10/10

#3 The Good Wife*: Because Julianna Margulies steals every scene (frequently without dialogue) just on the strength of her serene presence alone. And I love rooting for Alicia to win. The show's stories are genuinely clever and they offer a fresh take on legal shows, I love the moral ambiguity of it all and the characters/cast are constantly given strong scenes/stories. Everyone is given a chance to shine. And they do. 10/10

#4 Damages: Because I am eternally fascinated by the mind-games these two women play with each other. Every conversation between them is like watching two chess masters do their thing. And it's cool to see two strong, intelligent women like this. Also: this season had superb bad guys (again), the death toll was high and the cliffhanger was jaw-dropping. 10/10

#5 Homeland: Because I didn't know from week to week what was going to happen next. Because I adore Carrie and desperately want her to be right and save the day, and because Claire Danes' performance is the best we've seen on television in a long while. 9/10

#6 Flashpoint*: Because there's a perfect balance between action and emotion. Very few shows can push my buttons and bring a tear to the eye, the fact that this one can while also having lengthy and exciting action sequences never ceases to amaze me. 9/10

#7 Human Target*: Because the hero is cool, and the show is fun and clever. I love the cast. The stories were either interesting or told in a manner that was interesting. And the OTT actions scenes were a blast. (Chance barrelling down the lift-shaft upside down, guns blazing, is one of the coolest things I've ever seen a TV action hero do.) 9/10

#8 Breaking Bad*: Because the two guys are cool, the actors are fantastic, the story in unpredictable, the visuals are unique, and there have been a couple of times when I have been stunned by something that just happened. 9/10


Ignoring Friday Night Lights renders the Emmy's meaningless.

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