The Name That TV Show Game (New and Improved: All Trivia Welcome) (3 Viewers)

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I have work I need to be doing now but I'm just not feeling it.

To my knowledge, this kind of thread has not been done here in nearly a decade so it's time to resurrect.

Even if it has been done more recently and I missed it on my search, I was the first to do the "movie quotes" game under another screen name though I can't find the thread. So I consider it my intellectual property regardless.

This game depends on the honor system so no internet searches please.

Anywho, the concept is simple:

Name a character(s) or a quote from a TV show. The next person names the show correctly then posts another TV show.

Easy peasy.

Speaking of easy, I'll lob a softball right down the middle to start things off:

Gangy and Pop-Pop
 

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One of the biggest superstar actors of the 1980s and 90s made one of his earliest screen appearances as a dead body in this film... he actually had a much larger part originally but most of it was left on the cutting room floor .

Name the actor and the movie.
 

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One of the biggest superstar actors of the 1980s and 90s made one of his earliest screen appearances as a dead body in this film... he actually had a much larger part originally but most of it was left on the cutting room floor .

Name the actor and the movie.
dammit i know this. hope i remember before uds cheats.
 

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One of the biggest superstar actors of the 1980s and 90s made one of his earliest screen appearances as a dead body in this film... he actually had a much larger part originally but most of it was left on the cutting room floor .

Name the actor and the movie.
Kevin Costner. "The Big Chill"
 

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Kevin Costner. "The Big Chill"

Yep.. I mentioned in another thread that I’ve never actually seen it all the way through, but it’s coming on tonight so I’ve got it set to record.

incidentally, the story is that the director of Big Chill felt so bad about cutting Costner out of the movie, that to make it up, he wrote a big part especially for him in the next film he directed , called Silverado.
 

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Yep.. I mentioned in another thread that I’ve never actually seen it all the way through, but it’s coming on tonight so I’ve got it set to record.

incidentally, the story is that the director of Big Chill felt so bad about cutting Costner out of the movie, that to make it up, he wrote a big part especially for him in the next film he directed , called Silverado.
I've only seen it ... about 513 times. Big Chill that is. I've never been a Silverado afficianado.


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One of the biggest superstar actors of the 1980s and 90s made one of his earliest screen appearances as a dead body in this film... he actually had a much larger part originally but most of it was left on the cutting room floor .

Name the actor and the movie.
Kevin Costner big chill
 

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