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Perfect Strangers(1985 - 1993)
Larry Appleton, a Chicago working stiff shares his aparment with "cousin" Balki Bartokomous, an immigrant from a country called Mypos. The show hit it's stride during the seasons where the characters began working for The Chicago Times. It met it's downfall when Balki and Larry married their resp...
Peppermint Park(1987 - 1989)
Peppermint Park was a direct to video children's series that featured animated and puppet segments to teach children about the alphabet,numbers,and colors.The series is partially lost and a youtuber known as IcyRoserade is trying to find the ramaining volumes.The series remained in obscurity untill...
Pepper Ann(1997 - 2000)
Pepper Ann was an animated series created by Sue Rose and shown in the United States on ABC. It debuted in September 1997. Pepper Ann starred cartoon adolescents and charted their ups and downs at Hazelnut Middle School. It aired as part of Disney’s "One Saturday Morning" block, but Pepper Ann wa...
Peppa Pig(2004 - Current)
A British television program about a cheeky little piggy who loves jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Along with her brother and parents, they explore the world around Peppa and her friends too. Along the way, Peppa learns something new everyday.
Pepe Plata(1990 - 1990)
Sitcom from Univision.
People are Talking with Tom Bergeron(1987 - 1993)
People are Talking with Tom Bergeron was a talk show on NBC-TV from the late 80's and early 90's. He would interview many celebrities.
The People's Court (1997)(1997 - Current)
On September 8, 1997, the revived version of the series premiered in first-run syndicated as a 60-minute program.
The People's Court(1981 - 1993)
Judge Joseph Wapner presided over this long running court show, the precurser to the modern day court shows like Judge Judy, et al. Wapner would hear the testimony from both sides, and render his verdict, and was very outspoken in his opinion and also biased, but then he could be in a T.V. court. Ve...
Penny Crayon(1990 - 1990)
Artful Penny could indeed draw anything she wanted with her magic crayon and it would spring into life. A fantastically useful toy to have. Only her best friend friend Dennis knew her secret so the two had acres of fun winding up adults, nosey-parkers, bullies, bad guys, teachers...
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  • Tom Smykowski: It was a Jump to Conclusions mat. You see, it would be this mat that you would put on the floor... and would have different conclusions written on it that you could jump to.
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