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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Did fit my 2013 RAPTOR 5.5' bed perfectly but with only one issue
, May 9, 2014
Yes, it did fit my 2013 5.5' RAPTOR bed perfectly because it is an original part from "FoMoCo" Ford Motor Company, and it is top quality.
Only one problem is that the bed extension side lock will not fit inside the fender opening because the bed mat lifts the bed extension just a little that it will be a little hard to lock it, unless you push the folded bed extension against the bed mat and in the same time pushing or hitting the lock with your hand in order to make it lock, but after that it will lock inside the fender opening. Not a big problem.
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Great , I can't wait for their next more powerfull & advanced light
, March 30, 2013
The best in my opinion in terms of quality and performance, and can not wait for their next great innovation.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
My Socks were Dry even when a Sea wave went to cover my feet
, December 28, 2011
This is an Excellent shoe I use it for traveling, walking and training at the gym. I had it for about one year now and I use it alote and still.
I do not feel I am wearing a shoe, they are soft, light, flexable and easy to wear on the go. Plus the quality is great.
On a trip, I was standing on the beach and without noticing the waves, the sea water covered my feet and inside the shoe my socks were dry, I was amazed that they did not get wet from the inside at all, was I lucky I do not know, but I thing they can resist the water from coming inside the shoe, they seem like they have some kind of wax on them.
I would recomend buying the shoe, in fact I ordered two more yesterday.
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Great Show, I hope Universal release all 5 seasons, soon
, June 1, 2007
The Second season aired from September 22, 1978 until May 25, 1979 for a total of 23 episodes and they are as follows:
13- Married (Part 1) 9/22/1978
14- Married (Part 2) 9/22/1978
15- The Antowuk Horror 9/29/1978
16- Ricky 10/6/1978
17- Rainbow's End 10/13/1978
18- A Child in Need 10/20/1978
19- Another Path 10/27/1978
20- Alice in Disco Land 11/3/1978
21- Killer Instinct 11/10/1978
22- Stop the Presses 11/24/1978
23- Escape from Los Santos 12/1/1978
24- Wildfire 1/17/1979
25- A Solitary Place 1/24/1979
26- Like a Brother 1/31/1979
27- The Haunted 2/7/1979
28- Mystery Man (Part 1) 3/2/1979
29- Mystery Man (Part 2) 3/9/1979
30- The Disciple 3/16/1979
31- No Escape 3/30/1979
32- Kindered Spirits 4/6/1979
33- The Confession 5/4/1979
34- The Quiet Room 5/11/1979
35- Vendetta Road 5/25/1979
Great, so know we only have three seasons and 48 episodes left before we own the complete 5 Seasons (total 83 episodes), I just hope that Universal releases all the remaining seasons very soon.
Thanks and have a nice day :)
127 of 145 people found the following review helpful
I wached it as 12 year old kid, and still remember it as a Great Show
, May 4, 2007
Until today I really did not know the exact name of this show but I remember the two words from the photo I have in my mind of a Golden Monkey so I tried to search for it in the web since all these TV series are being released on DVDs as sets. So I tiped THE GOLDEN MONKEY TV SHOW, and I found out that the real name was TALES OF THE GOLD MONKEY, I was very happy that I finally found what I was looking for and desided to search Amazon.
I hope that the show will be released very soon due to the fact that it is a great show and I was really sad when I found out that it only lasted for one season.
The Cast were:
*Jake Cutter............Stephen Collins
*Sarah Stickney White...Caitlin O'Heaney
*Bon Chance Louis.......Roddy McDowall
*Rev. Willie Tenboom....John Calvin
*Princess Koji..........Marta DuBois
The show first aired on September 22nd, 1982 until July 6th, 1983 for only one season and 22 episodes and they are as follows:
01- Tales of the Gold Monkey (1) 9/22/1982
02- Tales of the Gold Monkey (2) 9/22/1982
03- Shanghaied 9/29/1982
04- Black Pearl 10/13/1982
05- Legends Are Forever 10/20/1982
06- Escape From Death Island 10/27/1982
07- Trunk From the Past 11/3/1982
08- Once a Tiger... 11/17/1982
09- Honor Thy Brother 11/24/1982
10- The Lady and the Tiger 12/8/1982
11- The Late Sarah White 12/22/1982
12- The Sultan of Swat 1/5/1983
13- Ape Boy 1/12/1983
14- God Save the Queen 1/19/1983
15- High Stakes Lady 1/26/1983
16- Force of Habit 2/2/1983
17- Cooked Goose 3/4/1983
18- Last Chance Louie 3/11/1983
19- Naka Jima Kill 3/18/1983
20- Boragora or Bust 3/25/1983
21- A Distant Shout of Thunder 4/8/1983
22- Mourning Becomes Matuka 6/1/1983
I really wish that this show will be released very soon.
Have a nice day :)
73 of 75 people found the following review helpful
Can Not wait to get it
, April 27, 2007
This is one of my favorite Action/Adventure series. I love the Theme "The Unknown Stuntman" by David Somerville, Gail Jensen, and Glen Larson. The theme sung by Lee Majors.
The hallmark of this series was the spectacular stunt work. For Lee Majors the show was his fifth successful show. Majors played the role as Hollywood stuntman Colt Seavers, who by using his special skills to track down and capture bail jumpers picked up a little extra money. Helping out were Colt's inexperienced but eager younger cousin, Howie, and stunning stuntwoman Jody. The team took thier assignments from Samantha Jack, a sexy bail bondswoman named "Big Jack".
Each episode started with one of Colt's daredevil movie stunts(usually in high-speed)and then shifted to his pursuit of the bail jumper, often using the same stunts he had used in the movie.
The Fall Guy first aired on November 4th, 1981 until May 2nd, 1986 for a total of 5 seasons and 113 episodes, which I wish to own.
The First season was up there with the best 30 TV shows, ranking 26th in its first appearance and getting 19% of viewers according the Nielsen rating (The Nielsen rating is the percent of all TV-equipped homes tuned to the program on an average night, as measured by Nielsen Media Research).
The cast for this show were:
Colt Seavers..........................Lee Majors
Howie Munson........................Douglas Barr
Jody Banks........................Heather Thomas
Samantha"Big Jack"Jack(1981-1982)...Jo Ann Pflug
Terri Shannon/Michaels(1982-1985)....Markie Post
Pearl Sperling(1985-1986).............Nedra Volz
The First season consisted of 23 episodes and they are as follows:
1 The Fall Guy (1) 11/4/1981
2 The Fall Guy (2) 11/4/1981
3 The Meek Shall Inherit Rhonda 11/11/1981
4 The Rich Get Richer 11/18/1981
5 That's Right, We're Bad 11/25/1981
6 Colt's Angels 12/2/1981
7 The Human Torch 12/9/1981
8 The Japanese Connection 12/16/1981
9 No Way Out 1/6/1982
10 License to Kill (1) 1/13/1982
11 License to Kill (2) 1/20/1982
12 Goin' for It 1/27/1982
13 The Adventures of Ozzie and Harold 2/3/1982
14 Soldiers of Misfortune 2/10/1982
15 Ready, Aim, Die 2/17/1982
16 Ladies On the Ropes 2/24/1982
17 The Snow Job 3/3/1982
18 Guess Who's Coming to Town? 3/17/1982
19 Child's Play 3/24/1982
20 Charlie 4/7/1982
21 Three for the Road 4/14/1982
22 The Silent Partner 4/28/1982
23 Scavenger Hunt 5/5/1982
I hope all of the remaining 4 seasons will be released shortly after this season.
Thank you very much for reading my review and have a nice day :)
66 of 68 people found the following review helpful
One of my favorite shows
, April 20, 2007
The Second season aired from September 18th, 1959 until June 17th, 1960 for a total of 31 episodes and was rated even better than the First, ranking 18th out of the best 30 TV shows according to the Nielsen Rating and getting 25.8% of viewers (The Nielsen Rating is the percent of all TV-equipped homes tuned to the program on an average night, as measured by Nielsen Media Research).
The Second season Vol.1 will consist of 16 episodes and they are as follows:
24- Incident of the Day of the Dead 9/18/1959
25- Incident at Dangerfield Dip 10/2/1959
26- Incident of the Shambling Man 10/9/1959
27- Incident at Jacob's Well 10/16/1959
28- Incident of the Thirteenth Man 10/23/1959
29- Incident at the Buffalo Smokehouse 10/30/1959
30- Incident of the Haunted Hills 11/6/1959
31- Incident of the Stalking Death 11/13/1959
32- Incident of the Valley in Shadow 11/20/1959
33- Incident of the Blue Fire 12/11/1959
34- Incident at Spanish Rock 12/18/1959
35- Incident of the Druid's Curse 1/8/1960
36- Incident at Red River Station 1/15/1960
37- Incident of the Devil and His Due 1/22/1960
38- Incident of the Wanted Painter 1/29/1960
39- Incident at Tinker's Dam 2/5/1960
I really did not like the idea of having this season being released in two separate sets or volumes due to the fact that 7 more seasons remains including this season, and if each season will be devided into two volumes I think we will have to wait at least 3 to 4 years before we have the whole show.
I hope that the future seasons will be released in Complete season sets.
Thank you for reading my review and have a nice day :)
55 of 57 people found the following review helpful
A great show
, April 15, 2007
The Second season was the peak in this short lived show, it lasted for only Three seasons and 94 episodes. After placing 16th out of the best 30 TV shows in the First Season, the Second season placed even higher when it placed 9th out of the best 30 TV shows during the period from October 1959 until April 1960, having 28.7% of viewers, according to the Nielsen rating (The Nielsen rating is the percent of all TV-equipped homes tuned to the program on an average night, as measured by Nielsen Media Research).
The Second season consisted of 32 episodes and they are as follows:
37- Montana Kid 9/5/1959
38- The Healing Woman 9/12/1959
39- The Matchmaker 9/19/1959
40- Breakout 9/26/1959
41- Estralita 10/3/1959
42- The Hostage 10/10/1959
43- The Empty Cell 10/17/1959
44- Bad Gun 10/24/1959
45- The Tyrant 10/31/1959
46- Reckless 11/7/1959
47- Desert Seed 11/14/1959
48- Twelve Hours to Crazy Horse 11/21/1959
49- No Trail Back 11/28/1959
50- Man on Horseback 12/5/1959
51- Chain Gang 12/12/1959
52- Vanishing Act 12/26/1959
53- Mental Lapse 1/2/1960
54- Angela 1/9/1960
55- The Monster 1/16/1960
56- The Most Beautiful Woman 1/23/1960
57- Jason 1/30/1960
58- The Partners 2/6/1960
59- Tolliver Bender 2/13/1960
60- A House Divided 2/20/1960
61- Triple Vice 2/27/1960
62- Black Belt 3/19/1960
63- The Pariah 3/26/1960
64- Vendetta 4/9/1960
65- Death Divided by Three 4/23/1960
66- The Inheritance 4/30/1960
67- Prison Trail 5/14/1960
68- Pay-Off at Pinto 5/21/1960
I am very happy that we only have the Third season left before we own the whole set. I hope the 3rd season will follow soon after this season.
Thank you for reading my review and have a wonderful day :)
38 of 41 people found the following review helpful
I love this show
, April 12, 2007
What's Happening Now!! is one of my favorite TV shows, with most of its original cast from the What's Happening!! show back in 1976-1979. What's Happining Now!! ran from September 7th, 1985 until September 3rd, 1988 for a total of Three seasons and 66 episodes (22 episodes for each season).
In this season Raj was newly married and trying to make it as a writer. Raj and Nadine, who were living in the house he had grown up in, took in a foster child named Caroline for a time. Rerun & Dwayne, now a used car salesman and a computer programmer, respectively, were sharing an apartment. Shirley and Raj were also partners running Rob's, and Dee (who only showed up occasionally) was in college.
The cast for this show were:
-Shirley Hemphill....Shirley Wilson
-Martin Lawrence.....Maurice Warfield(1987-1988)
-Anne-Marie Johnson..Nadine Hudson Thomas
-Danielle Spencer....Dee Thomas
The first season consisted of 22 episodes and they are as follows:
01- Raj Returns
02- A Horse is Not a Home
03- Dwayne's Crush
04- The Houseguest
05- One Enchanted Evening
06- Aunt Shirley
07- The New Kid
08- The Bully
09- That Old Gang of Mine
10- Dueling Menus
11- Dee's Dilemma
12- Raj on the Run
13- The Challenge
14- Married or Not
15- The Improbable Dream
16- Rags to Riches
17- Goodbye, Mr. Ripps
18- Dee and Dwayne
19- Mr. First Nighter
20- Shirley's Pen Pal
21- Nadine's Boss
22- The Wedding
I hope that the following two seasons will be released shortly after this season.
Thanks for reading my review and have a nice day :)
41 of 44 people found the following review helpful
I really love those two Southern Californian private detectives
, August 10, 2006
Diciding to go into the private-detective business, Nick & Cody worked from Cody's cabin cruiser, the "Riptide". Having at least two advantages over the compitition: Cody's Speeboat the "Ebbtide", and the "Screaming Mimi", Nick's old but serviceable pink painted helicopter.
Since they knew it was the high-tech era, they employed an army buddy called Boz, a computer nerd and genius with electronics.
The boys also occasionally get the help of Mama Jo and her charter boat all-girl crew moored next to their boat.
First telecasted on January 3rd, 1984 until its last telecast on April 22nd, 1986 for a total of three seasons and 58 episodes.
The show ranked 18th among the best 30 TV shows in its first season, getting 18.8% of viewers according to the Nielsen Rating. The rating jumped even higher in the second season ranking 14th, getting 19.2% of viewers(The Nielsen Rating is the percent of all TV-equipped homes tuned to the program on an average night, as measured by the Nielsen Media Research).
The cast were:
* Cody Allen ..... Perry King
* Nick Ryder ..... Joe Penny
* Murray "Boz" Bozinsky ..... Thom Bray
* Mama Jo (Occasional, 1984) ..... Anne Francis
* Lt. Ted Quinlan (1984-1985) ..... Jack Ging
* Kirk "The Dool" Dooley (1984-1985) ..... Ken Olandt
* Lt. Joanna Parisi (1985-1986) ..... June Chadwick
The first season consisted of 14 episodes and they are as follows:
01- Riptide (Pilot) (1) 1/3/1984
02- Riptide (Pilot) (2) 1/3/1984
03- Conflict Of Interest 1/10/1984
04- Somebody's Killing The Great Geeks Of America 1/17/1984
05- Hatchet Job 1/31/1984
06- The Mean Green Love Machine 2/7/1984
07- Diamonds Are For Never 2/21/1984
08- The Hardcase 2/28/1984
09- Four-Eyes 3/6/1984
10- #1 With A Bullet 3/20/1984
11- Long Distance Daddy 3/27/1984
12- Double Your Pleasure 4/3/1984
13- Raiders Of The Lost Sub 5/15/1984
14- Something Fishy 5/22/1984
I Hope the second and third season will be released shortly after the first.
Thanks for reading my review and have a nice day :)
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