We're all under a spell and we don't even know it. The collective government-media has for decades been using Letters and Numbers to program and control the people. This secret code has a set of rules, but basically comes down to a single principal called the "Rule of 3". C (letter 3), F (6), I (9), M (13) , P (16), S (19), W (23), and Z (26), called the "3" group, are consistently and overly used as the initials of mass media titles. They are also used with catalyzing letters A (1), B (2), J (10) and T (20). The remaining letters are disenfranchised, used much less commonly, not in conjunction with catalyzing letters, or only in scenarios that specifically call for them. This intensely guarded secret is among the most vital tools which the "Illuminati" use to subvert the power and will of the people. This code is omnipresent in the uniformly censored global mass media. It's used to title literally everything, including movies, books, magazines, slogans, videogames, stores, products and of course, television.
TGIF (thank goodness it's friday) was the popular name given to a block of shows broadcast by ABC in America from the 1980s to 2000s. TGIF had a number of programs during its history, and most adhered to the code so obviously that we must give them our attention.
Family Matters and its nerdy character Steve Urkel was a cultural phenomenon during the 1990s. F.M. moves to 13-6, following the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters. It's interesting that Modern Family, sort of the contemporary equivalent, is the same but reversed.
Step By Step was another big program during its time, running for 160 episodes and earning high ratings. S.B.S. also follows the "Rule of 3" as 19-2-19. S (19) is a "3" letter strengthened by the primary letter B (2).
Sabrina, The Teenage Witch starred the powerful luminary Melissa Joan Hart as Sabina Spellman. S.T.T.W. follows the "Rule of 3" as 19-20-20-23. S (19) and W (23) are strengthened by the catalyst T (20). Her character's name also follows the code by strengthening S through alliteration.
Sister, Sister was also on TGIF for a short period. The alliteration strengthens the "3" letter S (19).
Perfect Strangers was perhaps less popular than the aforementioned titles, however was still well-liked and ran for 150 episodes into syndication. P.S. (16-19) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters. Additionally, it suggests 6/9, which equals .666, the number of the beast.
Boys Meets World is a show entrenched in the minds of its generation. B.M.W. (2-13-23) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters M (13) and W (23) with the catalyst B (2). It should attract attention quickly because it matches the German car manufacturer. The main character Cory Matthews follows the "Rule of 3" as C.M. (3-13). It even spawned a spinoff two decades later, Girl Meets World which remarkably contains the eminent G.M. (7-13) and M.W. (13-23) pairings. The Savages are a powerful luminary lineage. Ben's brother Fred starred in the drama Wonder Years, an interesting entry in the zeitgeist of media titles as W.Y. (23-25).
Hangin' With Mr. Cooper, also on TGIF, might seem like it doesn't follow the "Rule of 3" because of the inclusion of H. H.W.M.C. moves to 8-23-13-3, while 9-23-13-3 would follow the code more exactly. But, again consider that a program with the these initials I.W.M.C. would probably be more intriguing and interesting than the harmless and happy show starring Mark Curry.
Also worthy of mention is Saved By The Bell, the NBC show starring a group of powerful luminaries. S.B.T.B. (19-2-20-2) also follows the "Rule of 3". S (19) is strengthened by the catalysts B (2) and T (20). Married With Children, another of the mindless sitcoms of that era, also follows the code's main rule M.W.C (13-23-3). Charles In Charge (C.I.C., 3-9-3), Just Shoot Me (J.S.M., 10-19-13), Welcome Back, Kotter (W.B.K., 23-2-11), My Wife And Kids (M.W.A.K., 13-23-1-11), Suddenly Susan (S.S., 19-19) and Who's The Boss? (W.T.B, 23-20-2) each follow "Rule of 3". Additionally, Cheers, Friends, Fraiser, Martin, Monk, Scrubs and Seinfeld all begin with "3" letters.
Because it's initials, the name T.G.I.F. (20-7-9-6) should immediately set off alarms. How this four-letter group follows the code may not be readily apparent. Any significant observations that can be made relevant to the numerological relationship of these letters are useful in interpreting the code's method. T (20) is followed by three letters having numbers less than 10. The T which begins the group acts as a catalyst, because the 20th letter symbolizes the next level of perfection above the 10th, J. The F.G. (6-7) pairing is used extremely often in the mass media, so that means it follows the code. G.F. (7-6) is its opposite, and is used much more rarely. The group G.I.F. (7-9-6), however, could basically be equal to F.G. (6-7) because the inserted letter may have the effect of switching the order of the letters which it intersects. It may be interpolative, but because we are positive that F.G. adheres to the code, we can develop a theory why it is present here.
Of course, T.G.I.F. can't mean exactly the same thing as F.G. It's a different statement. However, we do know without a doubt that if something is used in the popular media, especially in initialized form, it must follow the Alphabet code. We can also be sure that the symbolism of a title's initials matches the attitude of the media piece itself. These programs were silly, childish, and pretty much devoid of real substance. The four letters TGIF must be indicative of that sentiment. As F.H. (6-8), Full House, doesn't follow the "Rule of 3", as would F.I. (6-9). It's interesting that Family Guy (6-7), a terrifically offensive show, is basically the exact opposite of Full House (6-8), a nauseatingly corny program.
The actors in these programs had their time in the spotlight, then basically disappeared from view. Luminaries are each required to put in a certain amount of real "work", depending on the amount of power available for them to acquire within the system. Once they've paid their dues, they can enjoy themselves, but also continue to work in other secret capacities. Mostly, they work as scientists. The people in these television shows were chosen by the Illuminati to be actors because a considerable amount of world fame is required for a brain to achieve super-functionaltiy. The world knows who they are, so they are more happy. A happy brain, one famous to the people of the world, simply works better than a dissatisfied, not famous one. They can then do their work at optimum efficiency, which includes coordinating world events, scripting the media machine, and conducting science experiments above the level and understanding of the proletariat.