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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alagirl View Post
    When TVLand first came out we watched Adam 12, Dragnet and Emergency.
    But I really miss Colombo, Murder she wrote, what else was there, Lovejoy...

    but currently I am not watching TV at all safe for Jeopardy, sometimes Wheel, and only when DH turns it on.
    I think Murder She Wrote still comes on the Hallmark Movie Channel on weeknights, very late, maybe around 11pm or midnight (EST).

    CVPeg--great to know someone is watching the Donna Reed Show "with" me on these early mornings. I had been watching "Beaver" and Father Knows Best" and wanting to see Donna Reed -- then one morning I was up early and saw it! Now I look forward to it when I'm up early enough.
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    I love the older shows...
    Bob Newhart, Mary Tyler Moore, Rhoda, M*A*S*H, just to name a few.
    I just finished the North and South part one mini series on cable. Sad to say, while it was the top mini series, I doubt today it would do as well...no blood, guts or sex. Too bad. I wish they were still made that way. They are showing part 2 in 2 weeks, and I can't wait.



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    Loved WKRP in Cincinnati, Three's Company, Taxi, and M.A.S.H.



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    I don't know how many of them are on TV anymore, but my favorites were always:

    Bosom Buddies (my sense of humor is a bit whacked)
    Knight Rider (my first crush . . . on KITT, of course!)
    MacGuyver (my second crush . . . and NOT on the car! Though his '57 Bel Air wagon was pretty darn hot)
    MASH
    Judging Amy
    Chuck. If you like Big Bang Theory, you'll love this one!
    The Golden Girls
    Home Improvement
    Three's Company -- it never gets old!
    Due South! Am I the only one who remembers that?



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    I have KITT as one of my GPS voices. The Hoff too.
    Thus do we growl that our big toes have, at this moment, been thrown up from below!



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    Designing Women - loved that show. When she was good Julia was very, very good, and when she was bad - nothing was left standing!


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    Northern Exposure
    Twin Peaks
    Moonlighting

    Now got to go look them up !



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex and Bodie's Mom View Post
    I don't know how many of them are on TV anymore, but my favorites were always:

    Bosom Buddies (my sense of humor is a bit whacked)
    Knight Rider (my first crush . . . on KITT, of course!)
    MacGuyver (my second crush . . . and NOT on the car! Though his '57 Bel Air wagon was pretty darn hot)
    MASH
    Judging Amy
    Chuck. If you like Big Bang Theory, you'll love this one!
    The Golden Girls
    Home Improvement
    Three's Company -- it never gets old!
    Due South! Am I the only one who remembers that?
    Due South?
    Thank you kindly.
    LOVED the guy!
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    Try setting your broomstick to fly at a lower altitude.



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    As a little kid, I really liked the original version of The Twilight Zone, I Married Joan, and How To Marry a Millionaire. (Think Barbara Eden pre-Jeannie).

    Skip forward a few decades: The Equalizer and Star Trek The Next Generation.
    "Things should be as simple as possible,
    but no simpler." - Einstein

    “So what’s up with years of lessons? You still can’t ride a damn horse?!”



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    Love the oldies...

    Murder she wrote
    Matlock
    M*A*S*H


    They all start with the letter M :-)
    "I don't know what your generation's fascination is with documenting your every thought... but I can assure you, they're not all diamonds." Mr. G



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    Classic TV families I love are the Bundys, the Connors, and the Banks.
    *Wendy* 4.17.73 - 12.20.05



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    We went through a Roseanne addiction this winter; my kids thought they discovered the show... I know some people hate her but I love Roseanne, both on and off the show. Crazy bat!



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