Hi Honey, I'm Home!
The Nielsons, a 1950's TV sitcom family, find themselves transported into the 90's where things are so different. They have to cope with a modern world that's in living color. Wacky neighbors Mike, Elaine, and Skunk Duff try to help the Nielson family adjust. The show featured cameos from actors who appeared in 1950's sitcoms such as Dwayne Hickman, Ken Osmond, Gale Gordon, and Audrey Meadows.
Series Fun Facts
- In the series' pilot, two different actors were initially cast in two roles and were later recast for subsequent episodes. Actress Dee Hoty was originally cast as Elaine Duff, but replaced by…
[show]In the series' pilot, two different actors were initially cast in two roles and were later recast for subsequent episodes. Actress Dee Hoty was originally cast as Elaine Duff, but replaced by Susan Cella. Future Backstreet Boy 'A. J. McLean' was originally cast as Sidney "Skunk" Duff and was replaced by Eric Kushnick. The pilot was then re-shot with the different actors and aired. Aside from a 'test airing' the original pilot went unaired until Nickelodeon's 20th anniversary "Best of Nickelodeon" marathon. The original pilot episode aired on Nickelodeon on June 27, 1999.
- Was advertised as "TV's first instant rerun" due to the fact that ABC would premiere new episode on Friday nights and Nick at Nite would rerun the same episode during the next week.
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