Scrambled TV Signals

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Can you name the imaginary TV shows, whose names are anagrams of actual TV shows?

Featured Oct 22, 2013

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SynopsisImaginary TV ShowActual TV Show
It seems like a sitcom about Army doctors in the Korean War, but it's just a hoax.
In this sitcom, six pals in Manhattan spend their time locating things while repeating their mantra, 'Losers, weepers.'
A collie barks for help while running up and down walkways in a supermarket and walkways between seats in a theater.
This sitcom is set in a Boston bar filled with impossible staircases, where every tessellated animal knows your name.
A miniature chicken, who's also a light-weight boxer, fights crime in Gotham City.
It's a sitcom spin-off about a spunky Jewish woman in New York who likes to fill up her house by amassing junk.
On this long-running PBS show, a saleswoman knocks on people's doors to explain the scientific ideas behind cosmetics.
Four quirky New Yorkers star in a show about nothing except British Army rifles, named for the town where they were produced.
Employees at a Nantucket airport spend their time pushing each other on a piece of playground equipment.
Admittedly, Sgt. Joe Friday caveats his statements a lot; that having been said, this is still a classic cop show.
A vampire with a soul teaches trigonometry in L.A., and he also likes to fish.
An NYPD detective and her novelist partner wear football shoes for better traction while solving crimes.
An ordinary Scandinavian mom starts dealing marijuana in her native Stockholm to support her family.
A quasi-retired detective in a wheelchair heaps scorn--withering, unrelenting scorn--on suspects in San Francisco.
An ursine divorced mom in Houston is played by a real-life country singer who, of course, is also an ursine.

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Tags:sitcom, TV Show, Word Play, anagrams, Editor Pick