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 Posted: Sat Feb 2nd, 2008 12:59 am
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i want to know what every bodys favorite tv shows are. here are mine:
1.I Dream of Jeannie
2. The Addams Family
3.I Love Lucy
4. The Partrige Family
5. The Looney Toons

thats not all here are a few more.
Green Acres
Bewitched
The Munsters
The Andy Griffeth Show
Lost
Survivor
Sponge Bob Square Pants
Here Comes The Brides
sometimes The Brady Bunch if nothing else is on.

not very fond of to many more. some new ones are alright. i like new movies alot bettr than new tv shows



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 Posted: Sat Feb 2nd, 2008 01:40 am
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Twilight Zone
Monty Python
In Concert
Laugh In
Ed Sullivan (The Stones, Beatles, Doors, Byrds, Airplane, etc.)

Currently
PBS - documentaries
Foodtv - hey, can't help, if can't eat it, at least watch it
Golfchannel
history channel
Movie channels - hbo, starz, etc

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love the Twilight Zone. half of the stuff they show on Food tv looks so good but ya know if it tastes as good as it looks its probably bad for ya.



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 Posted: Sat Feb 2nd, 2008 02:31 am
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Doc two of Twilight Zone episodes scared the living daylights out of me.  The Hitch Hiker and The one with the Monster on the Wing of the Plane.   

Funny how many people can remember exact episodes of Twilight Zone.  That was a well made series.

I also loved Homicide : Life on the Streets.  About the time of the last season I met a couple that worked on the show.  When I visited them in Baltimore they took me to the site of the show.  The "Police Station."  Was a highlight along with Fort McHenry of my trip to Baltimore. 

 

I love all the Law and Order shows.  Love to try and figure out who done it. 

I remember those Sunday nights in the early 60's turning in to Ed Sullivan to see the newest rock band.  Great times

Comedies I like the British imports Are you being served, As Time Goes By, and Absoutely Fabulous .

 



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here are 3 more
The Beverly Hillbillys
House
Bones



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Midsomer Murders
Foyle's War
Duchess of Duke Street
Combat
Perry Mason

Geuss that says something... BBC or way old TV stuff. Just isn't much on the tube worth watching. Haven't paid for cable since 96; I don't think I'm missing much. That said hotel stays have exposed me to some pretty cool shows; Space Above & Beyond was decent enough as was Firefly. CSI had a good run and I like the CSI NY that I've seen. Other than that I can't say as I've seen too much that was real interesting.



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Don't get me started.

ole



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Sucker for older sitcoms...

1) All In The Family

2) Cheers

3) Mad About You

4) Grace Under Fire

5) Spin City

The rest are all either sports, news, House, or 60 Minutes.



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Several people have mentioned House and its picqued my curiosity; what is it?



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Johan:

Check here



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1. M*A*S*H. I can recite entire episodes, and everybody calls me "Hawkeye" because of this show. Definitely my all-time favorite.

2. The Flintstones. I've loved it ever since I first saw the John Goodman movie when I was 4.

3. Spin City. I only like the episodes with Michael J. Fox. Charlie Sheen just isn't funny to me.

4. House. I love this show! Hugh Laurie is a brilliant actor and brings a great vibe to the show.

5. Back to the Future: The Animated Series. A great spin-off to one of my favorite movie trilogies.



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Seems that Bama is the only one old enough to remember RADIO. "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?" The Shadow knows. Gangbusters. Fibber McGee and Molly.

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Lawrence:

When Dear One gets home, she goes immediately to the channel that plays MASH reruns. One or twice a year, I see one that's new. Mostly, I just go to my room and watch reruns of my own choosing.

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The Shadow, Inner Sanctum Boston Blackie, and Fibber Magee and Molly.  I use to play a recording of the Fibber Magree closest for my students as we had one in my class and Our Miss Brooks .   I loved listening to radio



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Heros, Rome ,ect.



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lawrence.. Im with you and Ole's Dear one

THEN

1) M*A*S*H

Have a funny story about mash and probably why I like it so much. When I was little my mother and I started a tradition of watchin mash and having a bowl of ice cream together, now it is like pavlos dog I hear the theme song and immediately want Ice cream :cool:

2) Dukes of Hazzard  (tv series not the movie and only the ones with the original duke boys)

3) Knight Rider -made friday nites in the 80's cool

want to see the new knight rider when it starts

NOW

1) The Unit

2) Simpsons

3) history channel -- why dont they bring back civil war journal??



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Bama , my friend and I went to Westwood in Los Angeles to see MASH the movie.  Big theatre , big time to go all the way up there.  We laughed our heads off at times at the humor of the show.  I was so impressed with the movie.  I also read the orginal book and the sequels the author wrote .  I also watched the tv series.  Each one was totally different from the other but I liked all three. 


Susan

And YES the Lone Ranger on Radio was great as was Gunsmoke with William Conrad.



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