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This is "The Outer Limits". There were two versions, one filmed in 1963 and a rebooted version in 1995 1963 There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission. If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume. If we wish to make it softer, ...


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Inspector Space time is a direct parody of the series "Doctor Who". Some clear parallels: Inspector Spacetime travels in a time traveling phone box. The Doctor travels in a time traveling police box. The enemies of the Inspector are know as the Blorgons Which are a parody of the Daleks from Doctor Who


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In addition to onewho's excellent answer, I'd like to point out how Inspector Spacetime was initially introduced into the show. In 3x01 Biology 101, Britta gets Abed interested in a British TV show called Cougarton Abbey (because of course Britta only watches European TV), which is an obvious parody of the British series Downton Abbey (and a wink to the US ...


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Inspector space time is a direct parady of Doctor Who. Inspector Spacetime is a direct homage to the long-running BBC science fiction TV show Doctor Who. The show within the Community universe follows closely the story of Doctor Who with the Inspector and his partner traveling in a red telephone box known as the X7 Dimensionizer time booth, the ...


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You're after The Ennead, a web-series from 2009 where 5 people wake up in a forest with no memory. Ennead is an old Greek word which you can read about here. Here's the first episode:


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I'm pretty sure that you are looking for Touch, although the childs name is Jake, not Max. Other than that it maintains your recollections of his fascination with numbers and what happened with Amelia.


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It's been awhile since I last seen this movie, but from what I remember it sort of sounds like "Ghoulies 2". http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093091/?ref_=tt_rec_tt it has a main character (a teenager) trying to stop evil creatures. happens inside an amusement park has a monster called "Bat Ghoulie/Flying Ghoulie" which might explain the flying thing. ...


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I believe you are looking for the 1988 National Geographic - Baka, People of the Trees. The Baka are a nomadic tribe in Cameroon, they are a tribe of pygmies who value sugar so highly, that they will scale very large trees in search of honey from the hives that the top. The BBC also aired one in 2011 about this - Human Planet - People of the Trees Given the ...


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Was it The Inside? It was a Fox show from 2005, starring Rachel Nichols as Rebecca Locke, a rookie FBI agent assigned to a violent crimes task force because her past as a child abduction victim gives her special insight. The showrunners were Howard Gordon and Tim Minear, and the cast included Adam Baldwin, Katie Finneran, and Peter Coyote. In the pilot ...


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Pretty sure you're after The Strange Affair of Adelaide Harris, a 6-episode British period drama for kids from 1979 set in Victorian times about 2 boys who abduct a baby to see if it can be raised by wolves(!) and then try to put it back. There's also a character called Mr. Brett there. It's based on a Leon Garfield book by the same name. Sadly, it's quite ...


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I think you are looking for Crisis Command - Could You Run the Country? It was broadcast in 2004 and involved a team of 3 people attempting to deal with a hypothetical crisis. One of the crises was a flood. Not much official information (i.e. BBC have removed the page). The original page was http://www.bbc.co.uk/crisiscommand/ which still has some ...


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Melody time little toot, the whistle on the boat. It has evolved over the years but that is it


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It's from Walt Disney's Disneyland, Season 4, Episode 8 ("Adventures in Fantasy"). See the relevant reddit thread here. While the show featured bits from existing films, some animations were created specifically for TV; this one was of a Father Whistle and a Son Whistle. Here's a still from the episode:


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Here's a close one from City Guys, a sitcom that ran on NBC in the late 90s, in a scene where L-Train (Steven Daniel) plays an old man being interviewed on TV, claiming that he came up with the name: Host: You were witness to one of the great moments in electronics history: The creation of the Walkman. L-Train: Walkman, yeah, that's right. I was ...


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Amazing Stories, Season 2, Episode 9. Episode was called Thanksgiving, (1986). From the user review: Calvin (David Carradine) is a nasty guy living in the desert with his step-daughter (Kyra Sedgwick). He treats her rather poorly and berates her yet she seems blissfully happy despite this. One day, something really weird happens with the well ...



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