Taxi (1978–1983)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy


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The staff of a New York City taxicab company go about their job while they dream of greater things.


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  • Danny DeVito and Christopher Lloyd in Taxi (1978)
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  • Jeff Conaway and Scoey Mitchell in Taxi (1978)
  • Danny DeVito in Taxi (1978)
  • Marilu Henner in Taxi (1978)
  • Christopher Lloyd in Taxi (1978)

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Creators:

James L. Brooks, Stan Daniels, David Davis, Ed. Weinberger

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24 July 2004 | mm-39
One of the Best!
"Taxi" is on syndication for a long period of time which shows how great "Taxi" was. Many shows go on syndication and just die with dated material, over acting, thin plots, and lose their originality. "Taxi" has timeless material, and will never lose its originality because of the intense plots, and excellent execution of the comedy from its actors. Danny, Judge, and Christopher were great actors. I will never forget the episode were Louie goes to Riger's apartment, because Jim has a vision of Riger meeting death at the door. Death turns out to be a girl guide. The Can Can dance with the baseball mask was hilarious. Too bad they have the thin plotted and predictable "Cosby show" on TBS. Other funny memorable shows were the bomb shelter, and Jim giving away his inheritance. Timeless classics. I hope they never remake this show for it will probably bomb compared to the original. "Taxi" is too comedy, what "Star Trek" is for science fiction. Must watch.

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