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Reality Check was a television show about Jack Craft, a man who is stuck in a mainframe. The two Bonner kids (Samantha and Nicholas) try to get Jack Craft out of the mainframe. Another character on this show is Isis. The computer was activated on September 17, 199?. This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...


The show was broadcast under syndication with each episode running for 15 minutes including commercials. It was produced in association with S & S Productions in 1995. In the television industry (as in radio), syndication is the sale of the right to broadcast programs to multiple stations, without going through a broadcast network. ...


Characters

  • Abigail Gustafson - Samantha Bonner
  • John Aaron Bennett - Nicholas Bonner
  • Ryan Seacrest - Jack Craft
  • Tom Greer - Will
  • Maria Cabini -Isis
  • Blake Heron - Bud McNeight
  • Yasmine Seyfi - Yasmine Shanna
  • Marsha Crenshaw - DEV and voices
  • Mike Dythe - Glitch and voices

Ryan John Seacrest (born December 24, 1974) is an American three-time game show host, radio and television personality, most famous as the host of the reality-television talent-search series American Idol. ... Category: ...

Episodes

  • "The Great Escape"
  •  ? - This episode travelled through time for what had happened in the 1960s, 1970s (featuring Jack Craft), 1980s (featuring Isis), and 1990s.

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Reality Check 2000 (598 words)
Reality Check suggests that many schools have either not adopted some changes advocated by reformers, or that many teachers, parents, and students are unaware of them.
Reality Check shows that few parents have a solid base of information about how well their child or their child's school performs compared with others, but parents who are familiar with school report cards are much more knowledgeable.
Reality Check is conducted in association with Education Week and funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts and the GE Fund.
Reality Check - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (163 words)
Reality check is also the name of a teen led anti tobacco movement.
Reality Check is also another name for the "reality testing" technique used to induce lucid dreams
Reality Check was a television show about Jack Craft, a man who is stuck in a mainframe.
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