does anyone have links for this episode, too? hashei and matriliner have been repeatedly posting bad and incorrect links for almost half of this series. it's really annoying when you get in to a show and then miss a lot of it. can't we get their bad links removed? i've tried flagging them but the system here doesn't work the way we need it to. :o(
Team Cohutta, it is a FUN lighthearted show, why all the serious mumbo jumbo about ST ? Which I love too by the way, but they are very different this one being a comedy (more so in S1) Your rant reminds me of a teenager having a hissy fit at being grounded! Just chill the F out dude sheesh, so much drama.
You are so very, very WRONG Kyndryd! The chaplain is played by Teddy Sears who is way to young to be Betty/Brittany's father! Betty/Brittany's father is played by Kyle Secor and he was on Homicide: Life on the Street and was a detective. He has appeared in many tv dramas over the years and most recently in Confess.
Dearest reviewers,I have never reviewed before, but I have been patiently watching shows on here for several months. Sometimes shows have many links that work, sometimes only 1 or 2, but if you can only find a couple that work, you may begin to notice a pattern. Currently, I am watching Criminal Minds. For most episodes (like, 9 out of every 10), the last link from thevideo . me works. Those are all from 4 years ago. But hundreds of links that are more current lead to episodes which have been removed. If you can't find a link that works, be patient, ask (politely!) if anyone has a link, skip the episode, find it somewhere else, or just come back tomorrow. Nobody is obligated to keep every episode of every show up to date all the time. But anywho, its nice to meet you all, and thank you uploaders for all that you do for us watchers!
this site is purely for convenience, all the linkers do is download the recordings of other people (usually the original recorder is in the file name) and upload them to these sites. you can always try to look for torrents yourself, the downside is you need to download it and well it can be a mess to find what you want.
@Irishhawk08 & @angrykittyboutique & @others new to Here: Admins are Legends that ride forth only when this World is in great Peril. Trusted Users and Editors are their Deputies, the Honored among those who do the Linking: the human ones are clever and usually provide Good Links; the robot ones are often quicker, but dull of mind, sometimes linking Absolute Crap. Links are like Flowers: most perish very quickly; some last for a short time; none last for months and months. All you can hope for then is that a generous Linker (like Our Lady @Tonia1) knows a special place that still grows that Flower and will Link it for you.
Year : 1990
Episode Runtime: 30
First Aired: April 15, 1990
Status : Ended
In Living Color Season 5 Episode 16 (s05e16)
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In Living Color Season 5 Episode 16