Sometimes I wish I could go back to the mid-1980s and try to pitch a Mister Miracle TV series. Just imagine how great it would be – Mister Miracle (Scott Free) teaching his young adopted street smart child Shilo Norman life lessons with help from his Amazonian wife Big Barda and his cantankerous Dwarf Father Figure (TM) Oberon. While at the same time escaping from traps sprung on him by a variety of Granny Goodness’ minions from the Armaghetto.
Mike and The Mechanics would totally provide the theme song. (and in one episode would appear when young Shilo participates in a little telephone contest, is suddenly the lucky winner of a couple Mike and The Mechanic concert tickets. Unfortunately, with three eager family members and only one extra ticket, the stress of choosing someone may be too much for this 12-year-old to handle—so Shilo gives up his ticket and tells Shilo and Barda to go. Both won`t accept it and neither will Shilo. So while they were arguing about who would keep the ticket , Oberon answers the phone and it turns out to be Mike and the Mechanics. They all race to the door to see if it really was them. Then the invite them to sing at the stage with them. The family happily accepts and all is fun. But then Baron Bedlam shows up and sets up a trap but they all escape.)
Dude, seriously… I’ve got twenty seven episodes written here, you might as well call the series “Emmy Time”
(I may or may not have stolen this idea from Full House.)
Lionel Finch is a well known bon vivant and ranconteur. He smells of limelight and pringles. He adores children. His resume is simply an acrostic of the words AWESOME. Your Mom is one of his references.