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It stared an asian kid who knew kung-fu and was adopted by an american cop. Everytime he got in deep trouble he would go down and meditate to a little shrine dedicated to his deceased grand-father. He'd often find the solution by recalling lessons his grand-pa thought him. I remember he would usually wear a black and white bandana and light some insence sticks when he prayed/meditated. The grand-pa kind of looked like Pat Morita from the Karate Kid.

It's from the late 80s and early 90s and I think it aired on the CBC.

Also in one of the episodes the kid kept having nightmares where knights on horseback were chasing him and he had to fight them. It reminds me of the Bruce Lee curse now that I think about it.
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    17 years, 4 months ago
    Yesss! Thanks a lot.
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      17 years, 4 months ago
      Who was his foster dad on that show? Gil Gerard from Buck Rogers?
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        15 years, 11 months ago
        I used to watch a show with a male and female mannequin that lived in a mall and would come to life when everyone was gone. Does anybody know the name of the show or remember it? It used to come on about the same time as Mr. Dress-up and under the umbrella tree.
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          15 years, 11 months ago
          sunsihne3548
          I used to watch a show with a male and female mannequin that lived in a mall and would come to life when everyone was gone. Does anybody know the name of the show or remember it? It used to come on about the same time as Mr. Dress-up and under the umbrella tree.


          Today's Special. It get's asked about here a lot.
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            15 years, 11 months ago
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            sunsihne3548
            I used to watch a show with a male and female mannequin that lived in a mall and would come to life when everyone was gone. Does anybody know the name of the show or remember it? It used to come on about the same time as Mr. Dress-up and under the umbrella tree.


            Today's Special. It get's asked about here a lot.


            :lol: and Turbo Teen and Land of the Lost. We should keep a poll of which show people can't remember the most.
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