Retroist Small Wonder Podcast

Retroist Small Wonder Podcast

Welcome to the Retroist Small Wonder Podcast. On today’s show I talk all about the eighties cult sitcom, Small Wonder. I start off talking about how I often enjoyed this show during it initial run. Then I talk about the people in front of and behind the camera, the plot, the show’s distribution and much more. This is a great show that I would put into my “comfort TV” category, so I hope I can do my part to get you to check it out.

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2 thoughts on “Retroist Small Wonder Podcast

  1. orion says:

    I’m the guy with the fan art in the first DVD, I’ll tell you that. Seems like everyone was down with extras, a reunion, etc. except the main character herself, Tiffany Brissette. What’s up with that? The show isn’t against god, and a lot of people are fond of it. I did see the dad on a soap opera recently, acting much the same as in small wonder by the way. Makes you wonder how cool a reunion episode would be.

  2. Rowsdower! says:

    Tiffany Brissette grew up in my hometown of Redding, California. She was a minor celebrity around there when the show was on, and I recall her doing a few local station ID spots for our local ABC affiliate (KRCR-TV), which aired the show weekday afternoons.

    Being the same age as her, my friends and I knew kids who knew other kids who had gone to school with her across town before she’d become a big TV star. Virtually everyone said she was – or had become – a snobbish, fame-drunk little brat. I’m not sure if any of that was true, but It’d be cool to know what she’s up to now. Maybe she’ll have a cameo in Small Wonder: The Next Generation.

    I actually hated that show, mainly because it had an uncomfortably weird vibe that I still can’t quite explain. Even though it was on all the time, I probably saw only a handful of episodes.

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