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What does COEF stand for?

COEF stands for Courtship of Eddie's Father (TV show)

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Loved the little odes to "The Incredible Hulk" TV series, including a shot of a young Bill Bixby on a television screen in a rerun of "The Courtship of Eddie's Father," Lou Ferrigno as a security guard (at 56 the guy still looks like he should be painted green and busting through brick walls), and Edward Norton delivering a fumbling Portuguese translation of the show's signature line - "Don't get me angry.
This one features Brandon Cruz (yep, from Bad News Bears and Courtship of Eddie's Father fame) and Ismael Hernandez (brother of Jaime and Gilbert, who are responsible for both the Love and Rockets comics and the band's sexy-but-evil girl logo), two original members who were both out of the band at one point until they reformed, as well as Stevil on guitar and Rick (the guy with the bleached faux hawk) on drums.
Indeed, we haven't seen so many TV fathers taking care of their children since Fred MacMurray and Lorne Greene ruled over the roost in My Three Sons and Bonanza, or Andy Griffith and Bill Bixby proved that dad knew best in The Andy Griffith Show and The Courtship of Eddie's Father.
Way before single parents were commonplace, shows like The Courtship of Eddie's Father, A Family Affair and The Brady Bunch were supposed to be about oddball families.
He made his name in Gilda, opposite Rita Hayworth, and is best remembered for his charming/tough roles in Richard Brooks's The Blackboard Jungle, Frank Capra's A Pocketful of Miracles and Vincente Minnelli's The Courtship of Eddie's Father.