Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by Solitary Man, Mar 22, 2014.
really old...Greatest American Hero.
and I still miss it...they need to reboot it, dammit.
Doctari. That was an oldie but a goodie.
Can I get me some love for Star Trek (of the William Shatner era)?
Absolutely. Give me that, Man from U.N.C.L.E. and Get Smart.
It's a toss-up between The Rat Patrol or High Chaparral.
Plus one for Get Smart (see my avatar).
Plus one for High Chapparal (Linda Cristal was smoking hot, & I hadn't yet hit puberty).
The Rifleman is another one, but some of the reruns I've recently seen were pretty lame.
Candid Camera, both shows.. Kind of lame by todays standards, so you have to consider when they were originally filmed. I never realized that Fannie Flagg was part of CC.
These are memorable and likely more than a bit formative:
My husband and I both love Get Smart.
I've always enjoyed anything with Bob Newhart, both the Bob Newhart Show and Newhart. I discovered those while watching TVLand as a teenager.
This one also !
Give us some Agent 99!
How about some Barbara Feldon?
i just started watching baywatch last year it has really hot people in it
i got every episode to watch at night
Oh, man. I remember when Baywatch came out. (I was not allowed to watch it, ftr.)
Back when I was small(er), Nick at Nite played all the black & white shows from the '50s & '60s. I adored the Patty Duke Show (and I still randomly get the theme song stuck in my head.) We were also fans of Green Acres, Dennis the Menace, and the Mary Tyler Moore Show.
I have a problem with "putting my brain in neutral" (my wife's words) and accepting crappy TV shows. movies, etc. for what many of them are:
I'm going to make quite a list here. I'll define "old" as not in production anymore.
Nick at nite now that's a throw back
Yeah, they play stuff now that *I* grew up with, which weirds me out.
Aaaaand to pass that feeling along: '70s SNL. Seems like we watched a lot of that, too. I remember laughing so hard my stomach hurt the first time my brother and I saw Steve Martin do the King Tut song. We went running upstairs to share our joy and mirth with Mom, who was all like, "um...yeah, that's old. I saw that 20 years ago." We thought we'd discovered this Hilarious New Thing.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
And not so old... The Pretender.
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