That Loud Shout of Oh Boy? That Was Me!

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On March 26, 1989 a TV show debuted that ran for a solid five seasons. It starred Scott Bakula as a physicist who’s experiment in time travel went…interestingly, and Dean Stockwell as the one guy who can communicate with him.

At the time, the show did really well. It had good ratings, it was a show everyone showed up on due to the massive need for guest stars (Teri Hatcher, Jennifer Aniston…




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