Filmed in Orlando, Bore-ida
I was perusing an early (1991) issue of Entertainment Weekly this morning, and one thing that caught my eye was Ken Tucker’s D-minus review of Hi, Honey I’m Home. Ahh, remember that one? This short-lived show had the then-novelty of running twice in the same week — once on ABC, then again on Nick at Nite. The concept of a typical ’50s TV sitcom family adjusting to life in the crass ’90s held lots of promise, but that’s about the only thing this shoddily scripted effort had going for it. Check out the pilot episode on YouTube. Better yet, watch the first five minutes then speed on toward the end for the weird sight of elderly Gale Gordon still doing his “Mr. Mooney” shtick.