History Radio / FibberMcGeeAndMolly

12th Nov '17 2:05:23 PM Mdumas43073
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* LongRunner: 24 years (1935-56) as a standalone series, followed by three more as a short segment on ''Monitor''.

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* LongRunner: 24 21 years (1935-56) as a standalone series, followed by three more as a short segment on ''Monitor''.
12th Nov '17 9:23:54 AM Mdumas43073
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12th Nov '17 9:18:04 AM Mdumas43073
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* CutesyNameTown: Wistful Vista

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* CutesyNameTown: Wistful VistaVista. It even sort of rhymes.
12th Nov '17 9:17:32 AM Mdumas43073
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8th Nov '17 7:55:48 PM Mdumas43073
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* LongRunner: 24 years (1935-59) as a standalone series, followed by two more as a short segment on ''Monitor''.

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* LongRunner: 24 years (1935-59) (1935-56) as a standalone series, followed by two three more as a short segment on ''Monitor''.
8th Nov '17 7:55:13 PM Mdumas43073
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* LongRunner: 24 years (1935-59).

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* LongRunner: 24 years (1935-59).(1935-59) as a standalone series, followed by two more as a short segment on ''Monitor''.
8th Nov '17 7:54:07 PM Mdumas43073
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* LongRunner

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* LongRunnerLongRunner: 24 years (1935-59).
7th Sep '17 3:10:27 PM TonyG
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* NewhartPhoneCall: Fibber's conversations with Myrt the operator.
5th Jun '17 7:55:41 PM DuckDuckNoose
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* EnforcedPlug: In the person of Harlow Wilcox, local salesman for Johnson Wax (the show's primary sponsor). Fibber and Molly often tease him about his obsession with the product and this is also frequently lampshaded, subverted, inverted, and generally played with.

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* EnforcedPlug: In the person of Harlow Wilcox, local salesman for Johnson Wax (the show's primary sponsor). Fibber and Molly often tease him about his obsession with the product and this is also frequently lampshaded, subverted, inverted, and generally played with. At one point, Wilcox just barges into their home and gives his pitch without any set-up, saying he's not ashamed of his employer or role, so he shouldn't have to beat around the bush; Fibber worries this might set a precedent for pitch-men.
30th Apr '17 5:11:54 PM TomServo
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* GoshDangItToHeck: Fibber's {{Unusual Euphemism}}s were colorful, fast, and family-friendly. Most of the other characters on the show, especially Molly, would express surprise and shock at his clever and catchy "vulgarities".

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* GoshDangItToHeck: Fibber's {{Unusual Euphemism}}s were colorful, fast, and family-friendly. His usual exclamation of frustration was, "Dad drattit!", and his reaction to discovering he'd been outsmarted was, "Aw shaw!" Most of the other characters on the show, especially Molly, would express surprise and shock at his clever and catchy "vulgarities".
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