Scorch was a 1300-year-old dragon who lived with TV weatherman Brian and his daughter Jessica. Scorch could talk, and appeared with Brian on his news program posing as a ventriloquist's ... See full summary »
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Jonathan Walker ...  Brian Stevens 6 episodes, 1992
John O'Hurley ...  Howard Gurman 6 episodes, 1992
Brenda Strong ...  Allison King 6 episodes, 1992
Rhea Silver-Smith Rhea Silver-Smith ...  Jessica Stevens 6 episodes, 1992
Todd Susman ...  Jack Fletcher 6 episodes, 1992
Ronn Lucas Ronn Lucas ...  Scorch (voice / ... 6 episodes, 1992
Rose Marie ...  Mrs. Edna Bracken 2 episodes, 1992
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Scorch was a 1300-year-old dragon who lived with TV weatherman Brian and his daughter Jessica. Scorch could talk, and appeared with Brian on his news program posing as a ventriloquist's dummy. Scorch would make jokes during Brian's weather forecasts. No one knew Scorch's real identity. Written by Marty McKee <mmckee@wkio.com>

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 February 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Scorch, der kleine Hausdrache See more »

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(3 episodes)

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Color
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I may have seen worse shows, but I can't think of any.
10 December 2003 | by staircarSee all my reviews

My God, this was a dreadful show. For some reason, I watched two of the three episodes that aired and was mortified by each. I was 13 at the time and a fan of ALF, so I looked forward to what looked to be a show with a similar premise. Instead I got a blatant, albeit toothless, rip-off. That damn dragon was the most irksome TV puppet since Elmo, and the writers used the same jokes over and over. I recall an exchange along these lines:

Scorch: "Well, I could stay here with you." Dad: "Stay here with us?" Scorch: "Thanks, that's so kind of you!"

Later that episode they pulled the exact same gag with "Sleep in my bed?" and in the second episode I believe it was "Go to work with me?" Pretty funny stuff, huh? Not to beat a dead dragon, but this was the worst prime time television program I have ever watched.


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