My Mother the Car: Doesn't Deserve Its Bad Reputation
By On The Edge on December 11, 2013
I just finished watching my DVD set of the "infamous" 1960s sitcom My Mother The Car (no comma after the word "Mother" and "the" is capitalized even though both would be grammatically correct). Here is what I wrote over at Amazon.com:This 1960s "gimmick" show has a reputation as being one of the worst shows ever made, mostly by those who never saw it. The premise IS absurd: The central character, David Crabtree, has a 1928 Porter who happens to be his mother (reinCARnated, as people repeatedly note). . . .
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