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Posted: December 18th, 2008, 5:25 pm
by srowley75
I'm still in a listing mood so here I go:

American
The Dick Van Dyke Show
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
Frasier
The Carol Burnett Show
Arrested Development
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Green Acres
The Beverly Hillbillies
King of the Hill
Everybody Loves Raymond
Charmed
Daria
Maude
Fernwood/America 2Night
Mystery Science Theater 3000
Roseanne
Judge Judy
The Man from U.N.C.L.E
Dynasty
South Park
Charlie's Angels
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle
All in the Family
Wonder Woman


British/otherwise
Are You Being Served?
Fawlty Towers
(the best sitcom ever, period)
Absolutely Fabulous
Blackadder
Mother and Son

Posted: December 18th, 2008, 10:36 pm
by movieman1957
Stephen:

Seeing your "Man From UNCLE" reminded me that in an NCIS episode I saw tonight there were two things that were noticeable. One was Nina Foch played "Ducky's" (David McCallum) mother.

In another scene someone asked Gibbs (Mark Harmon) what Ducky looked like when he was younger. Gibbs answered "Illya Kuryakin."

I love inside jokes.

6v

Posted: December 18th, 2008, 11:16 pm
by melwalton
So many.

THE VOICE OF FIRESTONE. THE AMERICAN ALBUM OF FAMILIAR MUSIC , THE TELEPHONE HOUR, the one sponsored by Longines. Some of these may havr been only on radio.

Lucky Strike's HIT PARADE WAS ON BOTH.

My all time favorite TOWN HALL TONIGHT with Fred Allen was radio, only I think.

We liked some sitcoms but not the cannrd laughter, CAR 54 ALL IN THE FAMILY and some British like NO. HONESTLY AND MOTHER AND SON.

My vote goes to the Hit Parade before rock and roll noise, even when it had bands like mark Warnow and Peter van Steeden especially when the band was Al Goodman .... mel

tv

Posted: December 19th, 2008, 7:55 pm
by melwalton
LIKETELEVISION has old tv shows. I don't know exzctly what, they keep changing. ... mel

Posted: December 20th, 2008, 12:49 am
by mrsl
Categorized by age:

Really little - no choice except what parents watched The Hit Parade

Teenager - Dick Clark Saturday Night Show and all the Warner Bros. TV shows like Cheyenne, Bourbon Street Beat, Sugarfoot, etc.

Young married - That Girl

Middle Age - ER, The West Wing

* Through my entire adult years I was and am a devotee of the original and all spin-offs of Star Trek.

Anne

* By favorite again I assume you mean shows for fun and enjoyment, not necessarily for information like 20/20 or 60 Minutes.