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Old 10-14-01, 08:02 PM
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don't be a dumbass, watch UC Undercover

Kurtwood Smith (Red Forman, Clarnce Bonnager, Federation President) is guest starring
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Whatever ... I've watched all three episodes, and I've enjoyed them enough, but it's certainly not "Must See" television. It takes itself way to seriously, and each episode is like a mini-Bruckhiemer film, complete with cliche dialogue and predictable climax. Even though 'The Practice' has gotten overblown over the years, it's still the better choice in this timeslot.

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But, yeah, Kurtwood does rule.
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I am assuming that UC stands for Under Cover. So their title is UC Under Cover, so... does that really mean the title is Under Cover Under Cover?
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Originally posted by Shop Smart Shop S-Mart
I am assuming that UC stands for Under Cover. So their title is UC Under Cover, so... does that really mean the title is Under Cover Under Cover?
Not a good cover when they say it twice.

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@ mikehunt

I ended up not setting the vcr to tape it while I watched the practice.

oh well, I'll get my kurtwood fix off that 70's show on tuesday, and maybe watch criterion edition robocop
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Originally posted by das Monkey
Whatever ... I've watched all three episodes, and I've enjoyed them enough, but it's certainly not "Must See" television. It takes itself way to seriously, and each episode is like a mini-Bruckhiemer film, complete with cliche dialogue and predictable climax.
Exactly!! And that's why its great, ikts a mini-Bruckheimer movie every week. I don't know about the taking itself to serious part, I think you might be taking itself to seriously. It'd definately popcorn TV.
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That mummy guy was hardcore... all his lines basically boiled down to "**** you mr. attorney general and **** you mr. kidnapper! i'm the big boss now!"
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I was watching part of it while my girlfriend was in the other room working on a paper for school.

When she heard Red Foreman's voice she said, "Hey! Isn't that dumba$$'s dad? That 70s show isn't on is it?"

I told her it was UC:Undercover and she went back working on her paper. Not a big fan of UC.

I am probably gonna tape it and watch The Practice. The story line this week for The Practice was pretty awesome.

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I watched the premiere and gave up. Every bad action movie cliche was used at least once. It is exactly like a "mini-Bruckheimer movie" and while most of my brain is still active, that's not going to be a compliment.

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