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You're looking for the 1993 special Tracey Ullman: A Class Act. Both sketches are on Wiki: The show opens aboard "Class Air", a British airline that seats passengers according to social class: lower, middle, upper. Airline steward, Trevor Ayliss, explains to an American passenger the seating arrangement. Young girl Janie Pillsworth is put into a ...


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You're looking for Australian satirists Clarke and Dawe's funny bit that went viral 5 years ago where they explained the irony behind the debt crisis through a Mastermind parody:


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Sounds like French show Vice Versa from 2004. During an illegal visit in a sci-lab, Thomas is touched on the arm by a blue ray. He now can transform himself into a girl (Emmanuelle) when he is hit on this very arm. As a young man, his life was as hard as it could be for a normal adolescent. As both a young man and a young woman, he has double trouble. ...


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Almost positive you're after Riptide from 1984. They had a helicopter with a huge mouth on it and I'm pretty sure there was an episode where they droppped Mason jar grenades like you described. I'll try and track it down for you. EDIT: Haven't found the particular episode yet, but found a mention of it here. In the meantime, here's the intro: ...


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My first thought after reading your question was Spellbinder. Some citations from Wikipedia: While at the camp, Paul Reynolds accidentally goes into a parallel universe. This other world is inhabited by a more hierarchic and technologically different society, ruled by a group of people known as Spellbinders. Paul meets a girl there named Riana, and they ...


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This was an episode of Key & Peele. Here's the video on YouTube.


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I think it was On Location's annual Young Comedians Show. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_Location_(TV_series)


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Escape to the Legion with Bear Grylls in 2005? Bear filmed a four-part TV show in 2005, called Escape to the Legion, which followed Grylls and eleven other “recruits” as they took part in a shortened re-creation of the French Foreign Legion’s basic desert training in the Sahara. The show was broadcast in the UK on Channel 4, and in the USA on ...


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Sounds like Blackadder to me. The plot of Blackadder's Christmas Carol fits. And here is the Wikipedia page.


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I think you're looking for The Centurions 1986 The characters seem to fit your description. Original Team: Max Ray - 'Brilliant' Sea Operations Commander: The calm and collected de facto leader of the team, donning a green power suit and sporting a fine moustache . His weapon systems are best suited for underwater missions. Jake Rockwell - 'Rugged' Land ...


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It is The League of Gentlemen, the character is Papa Lazarou clip here


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Not a whole lot to go on, but throwing it out there as a potential shot, are you thinking of Degrassi: The Next Generation? The lives of the kids at Degrassi Community School dealing with the serious and sometimes taboo issues that plague teenagers. Here's a clip from the show, maybe spark some memories: ...


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I believe this is the 2005 BBC TV series Casanova starring Peter O'Toole as the older Casanova and David Tenant as the younger Casanova. One storyline has Casanova meeting, and falling in love with a castrato who turns out to be a woman in disguise. Here's a picture of them together:


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First one is a character from PB&J Otter. The toon aired on PLayhouse Disney '98-2000, reran on Disney Junior. Flick Duck is a duck who is sometimes clumsy and rough, but just like the others, he always apologizes for making mistakes. His catchphrase is "Cheese and quackers!"


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Sounds like Ray Donovan with Liev Schreiber. Ray Donovan, a professional "fixer" for the rich and famous in LA, can make anyone's problems disappear except those created by his own family. His brother runs a boxing gym, his other brother is an addict and their father is recently released from prison. Here's the season 1 trailer: ...


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I think it's a Tom and Jerry short called "Blue Cat Blues"(1956). Because of its tragicness and the implied suicide at the end, the cartoon was aired very few times on TV. Tom sees a beautiful white female cat and is immediately smitten. However he has a much wealthier rival for her attention (Butch). The female cat is a opportunist (re:gold digger) and ...


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The VR element sounds like Mindwarp but the "leaf" element makes this unlikely. That said, it does fit the time frame so I will throw it out there.


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You're looking for Project G.e.e.K.e.R. from 1996: Set in the future, the show was based around a genetic shapeshifter experiment known as Project GKR (Geno-Kinetic Research), who had been stolen by Lady MacBeth (a short-tempered female cyborg with a bionic arm) before he could get the programming he needed to be a deadly and powerful weapon at the hands ...


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If you watched the show in English in the 1980s, it may have been, as Vixen Populi noted, Battle of the Planets. While about 90% of the footage would have mostly been from Science Ninja Team Gatchaman, it is not simply a translation of the original program; a US production company bought the right to distribute the film in the US with any changes they saw ...


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You're looking for Diplodo (AKA Diplodos) from 1987. The series Diplodo focuses on five dinosaur-like creatures, known as the diplodorians. These creatures are from Diplodorianrex, the sister planet of Earth, which lies in the fourth dimension. The story explains that whatever happens to one planet also affects the other planet. The Diplodos have ...


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It could be DinoSquad Five teenagers, Roger, Max, Caruso, Fiona and Buzz, gain the power to turn into dinosaurs by getting covered in ooze that mutated their DNA on a school field trip. With the help of their mysterious science teacher, Ms. Moynihan (who is an anthropomorphic velociraptor), they learn to use their unique abilities to protect the ...


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You probably mean G-Force, a popular adaptation of Japanese anime series Science Ninja Team Gatchaman from 1986 with 5 superheroes dressed like birds: Here's the intro:


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The one you're referring to is Abaddon who is one of the villains in Season 8 & 9 of the TV series Supernatural which follows the tale of 2 brothers Sam and Dean Winchester who hunts demons and ghosts across the country. Abaddon has the power of telekinesis, super strength and she has the power to read people's minds like how you've mentioned your ...


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I think it may be Body Language Secrets, originally titled How Go get What You Want. There were 3 presenters: an older white male, a younger white male & a young black lady. The programme is presented by Dr Peter Collett, Dr Jack Lewis and Anjula Mutanda, experts in body language, neuroscience and social science. Broadcast by Channel 4 (so the ...


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The description reminds me maybe of Lady in White (1988). There is a house full of candles. And there is a scene where the kid is in a car and the bad guy is trying to get him...I think it is maybe an automatic tailgate window that catches him.


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This sounds a lot like Kornblumenblau. However there are some differences: The movie is Polish, not Hungarian The protagonist is not a student, although he is a young man At the end he doesn't join a truck with other prisoners, but a train with Soviet soldiers Still I think that this probably is the movie you are looking for, as there is a high chance ...


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Possibly the obscure Cyberkidz. From Youtube: TV series from 1996 featuring Zorak, the thousand-year-old evil wizard; Zeist, his henchman; and Kyle, Ian, Danica and Zak (K.I.D.Z. - get it?), who use the Power of the Glove to protect Cyberland and Earth. They have VR gloves projecting 4 different colors and are trained to fight evil by... a programmer's ...


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Sounds like The Scarlet Letter, and from the time period it's likely Wim Wenders' version from 1973: In 17th-century Salem, Hester Prynne must wear a scarlet A because she is an adulteress, with a child out of wedlock. For seven years, she has refused to name the father. A vigorous older stranger arrives, recognized by Hester but unknown to others as her ...


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You seem to be remembering the end of the British children's show The Gemini Factor from 1987. From an online synopsis (sadly, the show isn't even on Wikipedia): Lee and Leah are both fourteen years old, and share the same birthday. They were both found abandoned as babies - separately - and with each of them had been left a ring depicting half a ...



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