History Series / SmallWonder

8th Mar '16 6:39:10 PM johnsmithxxi
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* BlackBestFriend: Reggie, Jamie's best friend.
7th Oct '15 9:14:54 PM glickmam
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The first season was produced by Metromedia Producers Corporation. After Metromedia was bought out by RupertMurdoch in 1986, Seasons 24 were produced by Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox, who now owns the rights to the show. Creator/AntennaTV began rerunning ''Small Wonder'' in January 2015.

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The first season was produced by Metromedia Producers Corporation. After Metromedia was bought out by RupertMurdoch UsefulNotes/RupertMurdoch in 1986, Seasons 24 were produced by Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox, who now owns the rights to the show. Creator/AntennaTV began rerunning ''Small Wonder'' in January 2015.
6th Oct '15 4:30:27 AM Morgenthaler
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28th Aug '15 10:52:29 AM tmanokc
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The first season was produced by Metromedia Producers Corporation. After Metromedia was bought out by RupertMurdoch in 1986, Seasons 24 were produced by Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox, who now owns the rights to the show. Antenna TV began rerunning ''Small Wonder'' in January 2015.

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The first season was produced by Metromedia Producers Corporation. After Metromedia was bought out by RupertMurdoch in 1986, Seasons 24 were produced by Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox, who now owns the rights to the show. Antenna TV Creator/AntennaTV began rerunning ''Small Wonder'' in January 2015.
16th Aug '15 12:53:16 AM glickmam
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Tends to be confused with ''Series/OutOfThisWorld'', which involves an alien girl who could freeze time and aired around the same time. The premise might sound familiar to fans of obscure 1960s sitcoms as ''Small Wonder'' was actually a remake of ''Series/MyLivingDoll'', a series produced in the 1960s by the creator of ''Small Wonder''. The big difference between the two shows is that whereas Vicki is a cute little girl, the titular Living Doll was played by StatuesqueStunner Julie Newmar.

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Tends to be confused with ''Series/OutOfThisWorld'', which involves an alien girl who could freeze time and aired around the same time. The premise might sound familiar to fans of obscure 1960s sitcoms as ''Small Wonder'' was actually a remake of ''Series/MyLivingDoll'', a series produced in the 1960s by the creator of ''Small Wonder''.Wonder'' creator and executive producer Howard Leeds. The big difference between the two shows is that whereas Vicki is a cute little girl, the titular Living Doll was played by StatuesqueStunner Julie Newmar.
3rd Aug '15 5:57:03 PM LadyNorbert
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Tends to be confused with ''Series/OutOfThisWorld'', which involves an alien girl who could freeze time. The premise might sound familiar to fans of obscure 1960s sitcoms as ''Small Wonder'' was actually a remake of ''Series/MyLivingDoll'', a series produced in the 1960s by the creator of ''Small Wonder''; the big difference between the two shows is that whereas Vicki is a cute little girl, the titular Living Doll was played by StatuesqueStunner Creator/JulieNewmar.

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Tends to be confused with ''Series/OutOfThisWorld'', which involves an alien girl who could freeze time and aired around the same time. The premise might sound familiar to fans of obscure 1960s sitcoms as ''Small Wonder'' was actually a remake of ''Series/MyLivingDoll'', a series produced in the 1960s by the creator of ''Small Wonder''; the Wonder''. The big difference between the two shows is that whereas Vicki is a cute little girl, the titular Living Doll was played by StatuesqueStunner Creator/JulieNewmar.Julie Newmar.



* TheCelebrityLie: Ida Mae is a subversion. With the sheer amount of celebrities she claims to know, and that she supposedly gave them all the advice that made their careers, she almost ''had'' to be lying...but then Lyle Alzado shows up (see below) and validates her entire story (about him, at least).

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* TheCelebrityLie: Ida Mae is a subversion. With the sheer amount of celebrities she claims to know, and that she supposedly gave them all the advice that made their careers, she almost ''had'' to be lying... but then Lyle Alzado shows up (see below) and validates her entire story (about him, at least).



* CreepyChild: Vicki's not only an ''intentional'' example (quite unlike most creepy children in 80s sitcoms), but also comedic one!
* DarkHorseVictory: It occurs in "Little Miss Shopping Mall".

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* CreepyChild: Vicki's not only an ''intentional'' example (quite unlike most creepy children in 80s sitcoms), but also a comedic one!
* DarkHorseVictory: It occurs in "Little Miss Shopping Mall".Mall."



* HypnoFool: In the season 2 episode "Look into My Eyes", Vicki learns to hypnotize by watching a professional hypnotist on TV, and gets the family to do weird things at mention of a code word. The first one she hypnotizes is Joan, whom Vicki makes to act like TheVamp.

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* HypnoFool: In the season 2 episode "Look into My Eyes", Vicki learns to hypnotize by watching a professional hypnotist on TV, and gets the family to do weird things at mention of a code word. The first one she hypnotizes is Joan, whom Vicki makes to act like TheVamp.


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* VerySpecialEpisode: The one where Jamie learns about the dangers of tobacco, both smoking and chewing.
24th Jul '15 12:56:38 PM toonman2
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Tends to be confused with ''Series/OutOfThisWorld'', which involves an alien girl who could freeze time.

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Tends to be confused with ''Series/OutOfThisWorld'', which involves an alien girl who could freeze time. The premise might sound familiar to fans of obscure 1960s sitcoms as ''Small Wonder'' was actually a remake of ''Series/MyLivingDoll'', a series produced in the 1960s by the creator of ''Small Wonder''; the big difference between the two shows is that whereas Vicki is a cute little girl, the titular Living Doll was played by StatuesqueStunner Creator/JulieNewmar.
19th Jun '15 10:46:52 AM mariic
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* LamePunReaction: Vicky competes against a Russian wiz-kid named Vladimir Godunov. At the end of the episode, the family discovers that Vladimir is actually a robot like Vicky. His creator complains, "You couldn't leave Godunov alone." [[CollectiveGroan The studio audience groaned.]]
11th Jun '15 3:33:59 PM CJCroen1393
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* CelebrityStar: Lyle Alzado, Art Linkletter and Wrestling/JesseVentura, among others

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* CelebrityStar: Lyle Alzado, Art Linkletter and Wrestling/JesseVentura, among othersothers.
* CreepyChild: Vicki's not only an ''intentional'' example (quite unlike most creepy children in 80s sitcoms), but also comedic one!
8th Jun '15 8:10:12 PM HiddenWindshield
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* ProductPlacement: Actually, sort of a reversal. There were posters in Pizza Hut restaurants that tied the series into its "Book It!" school fund-raising program. WHat the connection was between robots and books is anyone's guess.

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* ProductPlacement: Actually, sort of a reversal. There were posters in Pizza Hut restaurants that tied the series into its "Book It!" school fund-raising program. WHat What the connection was between robots and books is anyone's guess.
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