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In most cases such material is not considered canon within the show's mythology ; however, in some instances the books, magazines, etc.
Barker wrote much of the show's material, roughly three-quarters, again under the name Gerald Wiley.
While filming on location Barker and Corbett would look through all of the potential material for the studio recording of the rest of the show's content and decide on the running order.
The reason given by the BBC was that 1964 was an election year, and it was felt the show's political material could compromise the corporation's impartiality.
But the show's half-hour format — which meant the material might have been truncated too severely — and Lloyd's sounding somewhat ill at ease on the air for much of the season ( though he spent weeks training himself to speak on radio prior to the show's premiere, and seemed more relaxed toward the end of the series run ) may have worked against it.
In addition to the sexual material that was widely reported in the press, the censors also took issue with the show's religious, political, and ethnic content.
This was filmed by a group of amateur enthusiasts who were disappointed that there was no distribution deal in place because of the commercial failure of the Standup Comedian DVD and the controversial nature of the new show's material.
Bart added new musical material and Mendes updated the book slightly, while the orchestrations were radically rewritten to suit the show's cinematic feel.
His real name, George Sheridan, is referred to in the show's publicity material, but is never mentioned on-screen.
Although the band was initially hired only to perform the chart hits of the day on the show ( in arrangements as close as possible to the actual hit records ), after a time, the show's producer encouraged the group to write and perform their own material as well.
A " Writer's Notebook " was developed to assist writers and producers in translating the research and production goals into televised material ; this connected the show's curriculum goals and its script development.
During the production of Sesame Street's first season, producers created five one-hour episodes to test the show's appeal to children and examine their comprehension of the material.
However, the practical unavailability of these soundtracks forced the show's musical director, Mark Ayres, to utilize material mostly from the Fifth Doctor's era.
Typical of the TV show's sometimes-fantastic storylines ( all of which lasted 2 – 6 episodes ) was 1968's " The Invicta Ray " in which a villain dressed in a costume & hood of sackcloth-like material and, under the rays of The Invicta Ray, became invisible so that he could commit crimes without being seen.
The show's producers and creators presented material in narrative format instead of the more traditional magazine format, used repetition to reinforce its curriculum, and structured every episode the same way.
Aside from the show's supernatural elements, a historical consultant deemed Carnivàle historic accuracy to be excellent regarding the characters ' lives and clothes, their food and accommodations, their cars and all the material culture.
The show's first run was from 1995 to 2000 ( although new material stopped being made around 1997 ), premiering on TBS in 1995 and then moving to Cartoon Network in 1996.
A lot of the show's comic material was adapted from Lee and Herring's radio programme Lionel Nimrod's Inexplicable World.
Important in the show's success are the traditional high standards in the caliber of performers and excellence of the material performed.
Prior to the show's airing, interviews with O ' Brien and Richter indicated that the show would more closely represent Late Night than Tonight in regards to content and material, meaning that edgier or questionable content excised as a result of the move to the earlier time slot will no longer be an issue at TBS.
Some of the show's material seems to have been stolen from The Goon Show and Round the Horne.
In the early 1990s, The Ron and Ron Show through their radio network produced full length videos containing many of the show's highlights along with specially produced material.
The show's format was created by the late Ralph Reader CBE, the original Gang Show producer, who went on to write much material for Gang Shows, sketches musical numbers and Pageants including the signature tune On the Crest of a Wave.

show's and often
The characters and situations were often thinly-disguised parodies of recent real events and real people, giving the show's comedy a black edge.
Game shows often reward players with prizes such as cash, trips and goods and services provided by the show's sponsor prize suppliers, who in turn usually do so for the purposes of product placement.
During the show's peak in popularity, Hee Haw often competed in syndication against The Lawrence Welk Show, a long-running ABC program which had also been canceled in 1971, also in an attempt to purge the networks of older demographic-leaning programs.
Patients would often be one of the show's cast-members.
These often opened with the show's main title logo within the teaser scene ; from season four onward, the show began using an anthropomorphic version of the logo in the opening scenes, using various animations.
In such stand-alone episodes, Mulder and Scully investigated strange crimes which often had no long-term effect on the mythology of the show, though the episodes contributed to the show's background.
The early 1990s cult hit Twin Peaks is seen as a major influence on the show's dark atmosphere and its often surreal blend of drama and irony.
The show's version is often referred to by characters and fans as " Whatever Happened, Happened " ( also the title of an episode ).
Due to the show's strong themes of female empowerment, the most powerful members of the team are often female ( Buffy and Willow ), while the men play passive roles such as that of father-figure ( Giles ) and supportive best friend ( Xander ).
The show was lighter and more oriented towards entertainment, though the show's focus often changed when major news stories occurred.
Right before this happened, one of the cast would generally be giving a monologue ( or several would be having a group conversation ) that was interrupted by another cast member with something that would ( generally ) be opposite what the monologue ( or dialogue ) was about, all present cast would say, " It must be the introduction to the opposites ", and then the inversion fade would happen ; several sketches would follow that were a tongue-in-cheek reversal of the show's subject of the day, and also in which the normal principles of daily life were reversed, often with children having authority over adults or with adults encouraging children to behave badly ( for example, eating sweets instead of vegetables, or wasting money on something frivolous rather than putting the money in the bank ).
Although Hollywood Squares was a legitimate game show, the game largely acted as the background for the show's comedy in the form of joke answers, often given by the stars prior to their " real " answer.
Before his death, Hartman had often expressed an interest in starring in a live-action film about McClure, which would be penned by some of the show's writers.
McClure's most prominent episode, " A Fish Called Selma ", is often regarded as one of the best episodes in the show's history, and is a favorite of many staff members.
" A television newsroom was chosen for the show's workplace because of the supporting characters often found there, stated co-creator James Brooks.
None of the show's running gags was as memorable or enduring as The Closet — McGee's frequently opening and cacophonous closet, bric-a-brac clattering down and out and, often enough, over McGee's or Molly's heads.
) He has also directed episodes in three of them ( TNG, DS9 and VOY ) and was a popular and innovative director on the Star Trek set, often finding completely new ways to shoot the show's familiar sets.
By 1852, the skits that had been part of blackface performance for decades expanded to one-act farces, often used as the show's third act.
During his tenure at TRUK, he was often accompanied by the show's Canadian Producer Colin Lloyd, assistants Dixie, Jane and Aphrodite, and the man on the phones, also called Tony ( although renamed by Caesar as Bogey – " Because he always gets up my nose " being the explanation.
In particular, he was unhappy with the show's often bizarre and outlandish story-lines.
Ken Niles was the show's longtime announcer, doubling as an exasperated foil to Abbott and Costello's mishaps ( and often fuming in character as Costello routinely insulted his on-air wife ).
Mirkin conducted the show's writing sessions in one room, rather than splitting the writers into two groups, as later showrunners would do, and often worked late into the night.
Other products advertised on Sabado Gigante have included AC Delco, Allstate, American Airlines ( for the show's travel segment " La Camara Viajera "), AutoZone, Cap ' n Crunch, Coca-Cola, Colgate, Dog Chow ( alternates with its Puppy Chow counterpart ), Domino's Pizza, Ferrero Rocher, M & M's ( alternates with its sister brands Snickers, Skittles and Starburst ), Mazola, Miller ( for the musical segments ), Pampers, Payless ShoeSource, Pepto-Bismol, Polaroid ( for the car games ) Quaker Instant Oatmeal ( most often for El Chacal de La Trompeta ; alternates with Aunt Jemima ), Secret Deodorant and Sprint.
They also suggest that anime fans in Japan have reportedly begun to turn to English fansubs which often appear days after a show's release, affecting sales in their home market.

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