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    Posted: 29 Apr 2013 at 3:21pm
The opposite of a recent thread, here are shows that NEVER make the airwaves ANYWHERE, but should!

Perfect Strangers
Welcome Back, Kotter
Head of the Class
Hill Street Blues
L.A. Law (except on the American Life network, which I don't have anymore)
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I'd love to see reruns of Get a Life, the Chris Elliott sitcom from the early 90s in which Elliott plays a 30-something newspaperboy living with his parents. 
 
 
 
 
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WKRP in Cincinnati
The Carol Burnett Show
Mama's Family
All in the Family
Taxi
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St. Elsewhere
Newhart (80s)
Murphy Brown
Night Court
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^^ Ahhh yes Night Court.  I totally forgot about that one .. good call! LOL




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Small Wonder
 
 
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Small Wonder
 
 
LOLLOLLOL Was that the robot girl?
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Family (series with Sada Thompson)
 
Knots Landing
 
Love Connection (hilarious! - especially when the dates don't work AT ALL).
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^^ $25,000 Pyramid always made for good laughs as well.   LOL
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How about some Family-Friendly Shows?

The Wonderful World of Disney

Lassie

Flipper

Gentle Ben

Daktari

The Waltons

Highway to Heaven

Sea Hunt

Highway Patrol

Ripcord

Fury

Rin Tin Tin
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Originally posted by regulus regulus wrote:

How about some Family-Friendly Shows?

The Wonderful World of Disney

Lassie

Flipper

Gentle Ben

Daktari

The Waltons

Highway to Heaven

Sea Hunt

Highway Patrol

Ripcord

Fury

Rin Tin Tin

I'd take the ultimate original Disney any day.  Show the young-uns how Disney was MEANT to be done! Big smile
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Originally posted by Madawee Madawee wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

 
Small Wonder
 
 
LOLLOLLOL Was that the robot girl?
 
Yep.  Vicki.
 
Good stuff.  LOL
 
 
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Originally posted by regulus regulus wrote:

How about some Family-Friendly Shows?



Punky Brewster Wink 
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Love the suggestions for Perfect Strangers, Punky Brewster, ALF, and Small Wonder!

Adding:
Just the Ten of Us
The Torkelsons/Almost Home
Growing Pains
Galaxy High
They Came from Outer Space 
The Facts of Life
St. Elsewhere
Thirtysomething
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I'd like to see some shows from the very early days of television---the late 40s through the 50s.  Commercials included.
 
 
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^^ The Three Stooges air some weekends on IFC, but the commercials of course are the new crap.  I usually try to catch them when I can.   IFC's actually a pretty decent station. They show a wide variety of movies, and while there are commercial interruptions they are uncensored.
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Thor, one of the best early shows was the "George Burns Show"...Gracie was the star!

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^  I love the Three Stooges and Burns and Allen.  That's why I'd like to see more from the early days.  There's so much more from back then that I probably haven't even heard of.
 
I'd like TMC to have days when they show nothing but marathons of the really old shows.  I'm not talking 20 episodes of one show; I'm talking 1 or 2 episodes each of many different shows.
 
 
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^^ How many slaps into the video can you contain your laughter for?   I made it to 12 .. the double slap got me, and once I started I couldn't stop until well after the video was over LOL





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The Little Rascals
 
1970's Zoom
 
1970s E;ectric Company (Morgan Freeman as "The Easy Reader")
 
Joya's Fun School
 
 
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The original Hawaii Five-0
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Newhart (80s)

Night Court

I get the Newhart show. "Hi. I'm Larry, this is Daryl and my other brother Daryl".
Night Court was hilarious.
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