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Mavrick_45
156 Posts
17 years, 4 months ago
didn't he do some show that was a rip-off of americas funniest home videos?
there was a jackalope involved.........O_o
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    SSJ_Jup81
    4806 Posts
    17 years, 4 months ago
    Ooo, I used to like watching that (why? ><). lol The main thing I remember about it is Dave Coulier's doing that, "Cut It Out" thing at the end of each show.
      maxdrive
      581 Posts
      16 years, 1 month ago
      i loved out of control made me want my very own hurry up machine i read in an intervew with one of the cast of the show dave was trying to get the rights to out of control from nick so he could put the epps on dvd
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        Mister_E
        708 Posts
        16 years, 1 month ago
        I vaguely remember Out of Control, especially this time, I guess they were touring a house or something, and there's this guy sleeping with a blanked in a bathtub full of water, and making some joke about it being a waterbed. I also remember the intro.
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          kimsy520
          465 Posts
          16 years, 1 month ago
          Dave Coulier is weird :lol: I've never seen that particular show, but if I came across it I'd give it a chance.
            System
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            16 years, 1 month ago
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              kimsy520
              465 Posts
              16 years, 1 month ago
              LOL thanks :) I didn't see this show when I was little, but it looked pretty funny
                16 years, 1 month ago
                "Out of Control" was one of my favorite classic Nick shows ever! It was obnoxious and funny and unlike anything I'd seen at the time (except YCDTOTV). "How (Not) To Do Things", "It's Probably True", and "Let's Eat" are the sketches I remember the best. It would be great to see it on DVD. :D
                  Cdokes1
                  1032 Posts
                  16 years, 1 month ago
                  Out of Control that was a cool show it was one of the first game shows for kids.

                  O' I just can't get enough of Old School Nick
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                    80sVidKid
                    1169 Posts
                    16 years, 1 month ago
                    Cdokes1
                    Out of Control that was a cool show it was one of the first game shows for kids.

                    Actually, it was more of a mock news/variety magazine program. Not a game show.
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                      wondrw0mn
                      13 Posts
                      16 years, 1 month ago
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                      "Out of Control" was one of my favorite classic Nick shows ever! It was obnoxious and funny and unlike anything I'd seen at the time (except YCDTOTV). "How (Not) To Do Things", "It's Probably True", and "Let's Eat" are the sketches I remember the best. It would be great to see it on DVD. :D


                      ha! yes! DVD please! I loved it too... those were some great segments, but I admit, I LIVED for "Adult Education" and the storytime with Diz. ( I forget the actual name, but she had to tell a fairy tale in like 30 seconds LOL)
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                        Mister_E
                        708 Posts
                        16 years, 1 month ago
                        Anybody remember Dave's woodchuck puppet on "Full House?" Is that made out of woooooooooood?
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                          Caps_2-0(Moderator)
                          2745 Posts
                          16 years, 1 month ago
                          I associate Dave Coulier with the third season of VH1's "The Surreal Life"...The one where Flavor Flav and Brigitte Nielsen hit it off with each other. He was easily the most normal person in the house that season.

                          It seems like the sitcom star on each season of "The Surreal Life" is the most normal member of the group. Christopher Knight of "The Brady Bunch" was the most normal person in Season 4, while Sherman Helmsley is shaping up to be the most normal member of the show this season.

                          The only break was season 5, when the perverted side of Bronson Pinchot came out.

                          It only makes me wonder which Miller/Boyett sitcom star will be on the show next.
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                            16 years, 1 month ago
                            Yes, I remember that show... Diz is the only thing I remember with that parrot/birt like 3 screams she made... Fucking bizarre, but hilarious too!
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