This series took place in an apartment building numbered 227. The cast would frequently be sitting outside on a large set of stone stairs, involved in some discussion that would unfold into the weekly plotline.
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This situation comedy, produced for children, portrays the misadventures of offbeat tenants in an office building. Among them is Rosie, founder of Zonk Productions, a low-budget film ... See full summary »
One other review!? Wow...great show LOST to time...
It's a CRIME this show is not available. The Pinnacle of Canadian sitcom. Timeless in many ways and like a lot of OLDER shows - SHOULD be seen by kids. There's no lesson about life, people, human interest in sitcoms anymore. It's just JUNK. Al Waxman being forgotten is a real crime...and CANADA is the culprit. Shame on us for forgetting this wonderful show.
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