Why Brooke Langton Left Melrose Place

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According to The Morning Call, Brooke Langton left Melrose Place because the show’s producers chose not to renew her contract for the 1998-1999 season. Brooke Langton’s Background on Melrose Place Brooke Langton portrayed Samantha Reiley on Melrose Place from 1996-1998, spanning parts of Seasons 4, 5, 6, and 7. Her character starts as an aspiring artist … Read more

9 Times Boy Meets World Surprised Us with Continuity

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Boy Meets World surprised viewers with continuity several times throughout the series, challenging its reputation as a show laden with continuity errors. Boy Meets World Continuity Examples Despite its ongoing status as a timeless 90s sitcom, Boy Meets World is often criticized for continuity errors, such as replacing Topanga’s parents with new actors and retroactively embellishing Cory … Read more

Janitor Bud: Boy Meets World’s Gambling Janitor

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Janitor Bud is the janitor at John Adams High School in Boy Meets World. Bud often irks his school’s principal, Mr. Feeny, by slacking off at work and publicly embarrassing first-and second-year students. Despite Bud’s eccentricities, most of the student body reveres him. When Cory and Shawn accidentally get him fired by exposing his fraudulent … Read more

Why Alex Désert Left Boy Meets World

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Alex Désert, who played Eli Williams in Season 3 of Boy Meets World, left the series after the network chose not to renew his contract for Season 4. Désert’s primary on-screen co-star, Anthony Tyler Quinn, who played Mr. Turner, would remain on the series for Season 4, albeit in a significantly reduced role. The show’s … Read more

Ranking The 10 Best New York Undercover Characters

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Ranking the best New York Undercover characters is not a simple exercise. New York Undercover was one of the most unique cop shows of the 90s in that it represented New York City’s urban culture from the perspective of undercover officers. Airing from 1994-1999, New York Undercover provided a non-white perspective historically ignored by primetime … Read more

Why Michael DeLorenzo Left New York Undercover

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Michael DeLorenzo left New York Undercover after Season 3 when his character, Detective Eddie Torres, was killed in a car explosion. While no one involved with the series has publicly confirmed the reason for Micheal DeLorenzo leaving New York Undercover, DeLorenzo’s holdout from filming before Season 3 may have contributed to his character’s demise.  However, the holdout … Read more