the most evil network.they cancel great shows like futurama and arrested development,yet renew crappy shows like mad tv and the oc.
me:fox is evil! idiot:what are you talking about they show the best show in the world! me:what is it? idiot:mad tv! me:you suck!
by futuramafan February 04, 2008
A small animal that says:
Friend: What does the fox say?
Me: If you ask me that or sing it one more time, I will end your existence with a Falcon Punch. God!!
by Jinx the Shadow December 12, 2013
To kill a good TV-series. To cancel a TV-series. FOX usually do this to good shows. But sometimes some shows deserve to be foxed.
FOX foxed Firefly, Dollhouse and Terminator.

I hope they fox American Idol in the future.

Have you heard? NBC foxed Southland.
by Loiker December 12, 2009
Soon to be The non reality reality network

(Doesn't make sense like the shows that will be on it)
Who wants to be evicted monday @ 8pm
by Rappy May 03, 2004
The nickname given to Craig T. Nelson's character on "Coach"
See also: Dauber, Luther.
by doc Evil July 26, 2003
A slang for the verb fuck.
Did you fox her?
by georgialicious March 21, 2011
1980-A group of four teenage girls in the San Fernando Valley {An urbanized valley in southern California, lying mostly within the city limits of Los Angeles}, and the usual problems teenagers have to cope with. Deidre is fascinated by her sexuality, likes boys and has lots of boy troubles. Madge is unhappily overweight and mad that she's a virgin. Plus, her parents are overprotective and she has an annoying younger sister. Annie is a teen runaway who drinks and pops pills, and runs away from her abusive father. Jeanie has to take care of them and is fighting with her divorced mother. They think that the school is rubbish, their boyfriends are immature and the grown-ups have come from another planet and are more in need of "growing up" than they are.
The movie was striking for me, because it seemed to mirror the teen years that I was leading in California...the characters were versions of your own friends, and their tragedies hit home too.

For all those who watched friends go nowhere in life, die young or make a success of themselves...this movie is nostalgic.

Stars Jodie Foster, Sally Kellerman, Scott Baio and an extremely touching and wrenching performance by Cherie Currie (The Runaways).
"She wanted to be buried under a pear tree and have the roots grow right through her, so all her friends could come once a year and eat a pear and say, "Mmm, She sure is tasting good this year."
by BohemianEarthMother August 05, 2005

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