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T was played by Pat Morita and the show was the first to star an actor of Asian descent.Interestingly, Pat Morita also was in the cast of the aforementioned Blanksy’s Beauties in the same year. v=t B6EWF3vulc&hl=en&fs=1&] By far the most personally disappointing spin-off featured in this list, “The Lone Gunmen,” revolved around three rarely used but highly popular characters from the hit show, “The X Files.” On, “The X Files,” the Lone Gunmen, were a group of conspiracy theory crazed techno-geeks who would occasionally help Mulder and Scully on their missions.v=2Wvw E0w M6LE&hl=en&fs=1&] This was another perfect example of the producers of a show completely misunderstanding its draw. Even today the show is constantly referenced in popular culture and just the mention of the title alone gets laughs (Scrubs, Friends, Dodgeball).I am completely positive that a General Lee television show might have had a better chance, not to mention a Daisy Duke spin-off. Joanie and Chachi had absolutely no chemistry and along with some very forgettable stock characters, they were canceled after just 2 seasons.Another engineered spin-off, this show revolved around Mr.
Cops later confirmed it was the former TV star's body.
Anyway, in this horrible hour long spin-off, Enos, reprises his role as a dim-witted officer of the law, only this time it takes place in Los Angeles. completely delegitimized one of the best-loved characters in the history of television, Walter “Radar” O’Reilly. Also, the show incorporated a performance by Joanie and Chachi in every episode suggesting that the actors might have had their eye on a touring career, as well.
Although several of the Duke’s cast appeared, the show failed to find an audience and was cancelled after one season. During the pilot, it is explained that Radar had tried farming only to completely fail at it, his wife left him after their honeymoon and he was forced to move in with his mother.
The show switched genre’s, moving from a sitcom to a dramedy that led to it being mocked as, “Bradysomething,” among insiders.
All the original cast members signed on, save for Maureen Mc Cormick.