History Series / KidsIncorporated

12th May '17 12:25:53 PM infernape612
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-->'''[[ExecutiveMeddling Focus Group Guy]]:''' "How many of you kids would like ''Itchy & Scratchy'' to deal with real-life problems, like the ones you face every day?"
-->'''The Kids:''' "Oh, yeah! I would! Great idea! Yeah, that's it!"
-->'''Focus Group Guy:''' "And who would like to see them do just the opposite -- getting into far-out situations involving robots and magic powers?"
-->'''The Kids:''' "Me! Yeah! Oh, cool! Yeah, that's what I want!"
-->'''Focus Group Guy:''' "So... you want [[MoodWhiplash a realistic, down-to-earth show... that's completely off-the-wall and swarming with magic robots?]]"
-->'''The Kids:''' "That's right. Oh yeah, good."
-->'''Milhouse:''' "And also, you should win things by watching."

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-->'''Milhouse:''' "And
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22nd Apr '17 5:08:34 PM glickmam
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** The original pilot had Renee and Stacy as relatively minor characters while many of the songs were performed by miscellaneous kids at "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The]] {{MaltShop}}". Additionally, Rahsaan Patterson was cast between the production of the pilot and the first season, resulting in additional scenes being added before the pilot was released on VHS. Also, the manager of the malt shop was named Michael and he was played by Michael Lewis, being replaced by Riley (Moosie Drier) in the first regular episode. Finally,producers Thomas W. Lynch and Gary P. Biller joined the show somewhere between the pilot and the beginning of regular series production.

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** The original pilot had Renee and Stacy as relatively minor characters while many of the songs were performed by miscellaneous kids at "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The]] {{MaltShop}}". Additionally, Rahsaan Patterson was cast between the production of the pilot and the first season, resulting in additional scenes being added before the pilot was released on VHS. Also, the manager of the malt shop was named Michael and he was played by Michael Lewis, being replaced by Riley (Moosie Drier) in the first regular episode. Finally,producers Finally, producers Thomas W. Lynch and Gary P. Biller joined the show somewhere between the pilot and the beginning of regular series production.
22nd Apr '17 5:02:51 PM glickmam
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The show has had a very convoluted production and broadcast history. During the show's first season, MGM distributed and co-produced the show alongside Lynch-Biller Productions, the production company of executive producers Thomas W. Lynch and Gary P. Biller, and K-Tel Entertainment, a music company best known for producing compilation albums advertised on television which could only be purchased through direct-response mail order by calling a toll-free number. After the first season ended, however, K-Tel filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and Hal Roach Studios, which, coincidentally, had previously collaborated with MGM on ''Film/TheLittleRascals'' and ''Creator/LaurelAndHardy'', took K-Tel's place. At the conclusion of the second season, the show was cancelled from syndication due to low ratings. This was largely due to shuffling time slots from the local television stations that carried the show. However, reruns were picked up by [[Creator/ABCFamily CBN]] and they received positive ratings which convinced Creator/DisneyChannel to put the show back into production. In addition to resuming production with new episodes and using the same cast, Disney's buyout package also included the entire syndicated run. As a result, edits were made to remove fee plugs and commercial outros. After the fourth season, HRS merged with RHI Entertainment and the combined company was named Quintex after an Australian media company of the same name which had purchased a share in the new venture. The show temporarily went on hiatus after the sixth season in 1989, and returned in 1991. By this time, in addition to a major cast overhaul, Quintex had also filed for bankruptcy and RHI acquired their assets. Also during this time, Biller sold his share of Lynch-Biller Productions back to Lynch, and the company was renamed Lynch Entertainment. This continued until 1993, when the show was unofficially cancelled.

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The show has had a very convoluted production and broadcast history. During the show's first season, MGM distributed and co-produced the show alongside Lynch-Biller Productions, the production company of executive producers Thomas W. Lynch and Gary P. Biller, and K-Tel Entertainment, a music company best known for producing compilation albums advertised on television which could only be purchased through direct-response mail order by calling a toll-free number. After the first season ended, however, K-Tel filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and Hal Roach Studios, which, coincidentally, had previously collaborated with MGM on ''Film/TheLittleRascals'' and ''Creator/LaurelAndHardy'', took K-Tel's place. At the conclusion of the second season, the show was cancelled from syndication due to low ratings. This was largely due to shuffling time slots from the local television stations that carried the show. However, reruns were picked up by [[Creator/ABCFamily [[Creator/{{Freeform}} CBN]] and they received positive ratings which convinced Creator/DisneyChannel to put the show back into production. In addition to resuming production with new episodes and using the same cast, Disney's buyout package also included the entire syndicated run. As a result, edits were made to remove fee plugs and commercial outros. After the fourth season, HRS merged with RHI Entertainment and the combined company was named Quintex after an Australian media company of the same name which had purchased a share in the new venture. The show temporarily went on hiatus after the sixth season in 1989, and returned in 1991. By this time, in addition to a major cast overhaul, Quintex had also filed for bankruptcy and RHI acquired their assets. Also during this time, Biller sold his share of Lynch-Biller Productions back to Lynch, and the company was renamed Lynch Entertainment. This continued until 1993, when the show was unofficially cancelled.
22nd Apr '17 5:00:34 PM glickmam
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** The original pilot had Renee and Stacy as relatively minor characters while many of the songs were performed by miscellaneous kids at "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The]] {{MaltShop}}". Additionally, Rahsaan Patterson was cast between the production of the pilot and the first season, resulting in additional scenes being added before the pilot was released on VHS. Also, the manager of the malt shop was named Michael and he was played by Michael Lewis, being replaced by Riley (Moosie Drier) in the first regular episode. Finally, co-producers Thomas Lynch and Gary Biller joined the show somewhere between the pilot and the beginning of regular series production.

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** The original pilot had Renee and Stacy as relatively minor characters while many of the songs were performed by miscellaneous kids at "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The]] {{MaltShop}}". Additionally, Rahsaan Patterson was cast between the production of the pilot and the first season, resulting in additional scenes being added before the pilot was released on VHS. Also, the manager of the malt shop was named Michael and he was played by Michael Lewis, being replaced by Riley (Moosie Drier) in the first regular episode. Finally, co-producers Finally,producers Thomas W. Lynch and Gary P. Biller joined the show somewhere between the pilot and the beginning of regular series production.
19th Apr '17 9:58:26 PM glickmam
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The show has had a very convoluted production and broadcast history. During the show's first season, MGM distributed and co-produced the show alongside Lynch-Biller Productions, the production company of creators and executive producers Thomas W. Lynch and Gary P. Biller, and K-Tel Entertainment, a music company best known for producing compilation albums advertised on television which could only be purchased through direct-response mail order by calling a toll-free number. After the first season ended, however, K-Tel filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and Hal Roach Studios, which, coincidentally, had previously collaborated with MGM on ''Film/TheLittleRascals'' and ''Creator/LaurelAndHardy'', took K-Tel's place. At the conclusion of the second season, the show was cancelled from syndication due to low ratings. This was largely due to shuffling time slots from the local television stations that carried the show. However, reruns were picked up by [[Creator/ABCFamily CBN]] and they received positive ratings which convinced Creator/DisneyChannel to put the show back into production. In addition to resuming production with new episodes and using the same cast, Disney's buyout package also included the entire syndicated run. As a result, edits were made to remove fee plugs and commercial outros. After the fourth season, HRS merged with RHI Entertainment and the combined company was named Quintex after an Australian media company of the same name which had purchased a share in the new venture. The show temporarily went on hiatus after the sixth season in 1989, and returned in 1991. By this time, in addition to a major cast overhaul, Quintex had also filed for bankruptcy and RHI acquired their assets. Also during this time, Biller sold his share of Lynch-Biller Productions back to Lynch, and the company was renamed Lynch Entertainment. This continued until 1993, when the show was unofficially cancelled.

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The show has had a very convoluted production and broadcast history. During the show's first season, MGM distributed and co-produced the show alongside Lynch-Biller Productions, the production company of creators and executive producers Thomas W. Lynch and Gary P. Biller, and K-Tel Entertainment, a music company best known for producing compilation albums advertised on television which could only be purchased through direct-response mail order by calling a toll-free number. After the first season ended, however, K-Tel filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and Hal Roach Studios, which, coincidentally, had previously collaborated with MGM on ''Film/TheLittleRascals'' and ''Creator/LaurelAndHardy'', took K-Tel's place. At the conclusion of the second season, the show was cancelled from syndication due to low ratings. This was largely due to shuffling time slots from the local television stations that carried the show. However, reruns were picked up by [[Creator/ABCFamily CBN]] and they received positive ratings which convinced Creator/DisneyChannel to put the show back into production. In addition to resuming production with new episodes and using the same cast, Disney's buyout package also included the entire syndicated run. As a result, edits were made to remove fee plugs and commercial outros. After the fourth season, HRS merged with RHI Entertainment and the combined company was named Quintex after an Australian media company of the same name which had purchased a share in the new venture. The show temporarily went on hiatus after the sixth season in 1989, and returned in 1991. By this time, in addition to a major cast overhaul, Quintex had also filed for bankruptcy and RHI acquired their assets. Also during this time, Biller sold his share of Lynch-Biller Productions back to Lynch, and the company was renamed Lynch Entertainment. This continued until 1993, when the show was unofficially cancelled.
19th Apr '17 5:31:18 PM Market43Fan
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** The original pilot had Renee and Stacy as relatively minor characters while many of the songs were performed by miscellaneous kids at "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The]] {{MaltShop}}". Additionally, Rahsaan Patterson was cast between the production of the pilot and the first season, resulting in additional scenes being added before the pilot was released on VHS. Also, the manager of the malt shop was named Michael and he was played by Michael Lewis, being replaced by Riley (Moosie Drier) in the first regular episode.

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** The original pilot had Renee and Stacy as relatively minor characters while many of the songs were performed by miscellaneous kids at "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The]] {{MaltShop}}". Additionally, Rahsaan Patterson was cast between the production of the pilot and the first season, resulting in additional scenes being added before the pilot was released on VHS. Also, the manager of the malt shop was named Michael and he was played by Michael Lewis, being replaced by Riley (Moosie Drier) in the first regular episode. Finally, co-producers Thomas Lynch and Gary Biller joined the show somewhere between the pilot and the beginning of regular series production.



-->'''Kid''': "They get the perfect gift and we get the perfect ending."

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-->'''Kid''': "They "[[LeaningOnTheFourthWall They get the perfect gift and we get the perfect ending."]]"
3rd Mar '17 6:04:37 AM Market43Fan
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* WholePlotReference: Season 6's "''Play It Again, Kids Inc.''" has the episode's DreamSequence serve as a condensed version of ''Film/Casablanca''; even down to the inclusion of a cover of "As Time Goes By".

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* WholePlotReference: Season 6's "''Play It Again, Kids Inc.''" has the episode's DreamSequence serve as a condensed version of ''Film/Casablanca''; ''Film/{{Casablanca}}''; even down to the inclusion of a cover of "As Time Goes By".
3rd Mar '17 6:03:43 AM Market43Fan
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* WholePlotReference: Season 6's "''Play It Again, Kids Inc.''" has the episode's DreamSequence serve as a condensed version of ''Film/Casablanca''; even down to the inclusion of a cover of "As Time Goes By".
2nd Mar '17 5:39:03 PM Market43Fan
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** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by Kid when the story ends.
-->'''Kid''': "They get the perfect gift and we get the perfect ending."
7th Jan '17 5:35:17 PM Market43Fan
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* FantasySequence: Frequently used for the more imaginative segments, typically during the middle of the episode.
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