Monday, February 12, 2007

monday morning question

         

Are there any TV shows you still watch now that you watched as a child?

My answer:  Little House On The Prarie, The Waltons

Your turn.  Put your answer in the comment section below, or write up your answer in your journal, and come back and leave the link to the entry in the comment section here below.  Krissy :)

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22 comments:

  1. I'm number one! Check out my answer at
    http://journals.aol.com/hsauls/Tighteningthecorset/
    have a great Monday!
    *hugs*
    heather

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  2. I don't think there is anything on tv in the uk that was on when i was a child in the 50's.  What passes as tele here now is absolute rubbish except for the odd programme.
    Jenny <><

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  3. littlelady16992/12/2007 8:26 AM

    The Waltons, I love lucy, I dream of Jennie, bewitched, little house, emergency!, leave it to beaver, father knows best.


    patty

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  4. mastersblynn2/12/2007 8:51 AM

    I love the shows I watched growing up.  I especially like Carol Burnett and I love Lucy.  I wish some of the ones I watched as a child were still on like The Newlywed Game.  Great question! xox Barbara

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  5. I love watching all the old shows on tv land but i always watch gilligans Island if I can find it on.

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  6. I still watch Little House On The Prairie, The Waltons. They are two of my favorites.
    Glad you're home. Hope you have a good day.
    Hugs to JOhn too, hon,
    Barb- http://journals.aol.com/barbpinion/HEYLETSTALK

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  7. I catch a show now and again on Nick at Night or TV Land.  I don't know that I watch one regularly.  Umm... I like I Love Lucy, Leave it to Beaver. LOL  Some of the old cartoons are great like The Flintstones.  Great question!  I am probably forgetting something that I watch.  I do like Little House, too!  Love, Val xox
    http://journals.aol.com/valphish/ThereisaSeason

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  8. there was no TV back in the stone ages, when I was a kid. LOL Seriously I do watch something I can catch on cable occasionally. Hogan's Heroes, Lucy, Bewtiched, Beaver, etc.  I love to watch classic cartoons with the girls.
    Have a good of a week as you can. Hugs, Barb

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  9. hugsdoodlewacky2/12/2007 11:37 AM

    ((((((((((((((((KRISY))))))))))))))))))))Now that we just got cabel.lol.I love watching Tv land with all the old shows,Little Housr On The Prarie is one of my faves,Mom bought me one of the edditions.I love it and I like the Waltons to.Thoes 2 are my faves to,I like so many of them.Have a nice day.

    http://journals.aol.com/hugsdoodlewacky/Mandy

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  10. Star Trek is on now late night on the weekends.    It is great fun watching the old shows.     mark
    http://journals.aol.com/mtrib2/MarksDailyJournal

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  11. randlprysock2/12/2007 12:19 PM

    I watch those two shows too and especially Little House on the Prairie.  I always learn something new each time!
    Hugs,
    Lisa

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  12. princesssaurora2/12/2007 12:53 PM

    Bugs Bunny, Scooby Doo and other cartoons with the kids... that's about it!

    Oh yeah and Match Game and Password!

    be well,
    Dawn

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  13. Krissy,  When I have time I sometimes watch Perry Mason or Bonanza.  If I can find All in the Family I watch that.  I would rather read a good book than watch TV .  Years ago I watched all the cowboy shows.               Myke

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  14. i liked nash, fame,and some others...lol


    http://journals.aol.com/rayne1123/ThewaysofRayne/

    http://journals.aol.com/rayne1123/a-journey-through-my-second-preg/

    http://journals.aol.com/rayne1123/photography/

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  15. malagutigrrl2/12/2007 1:29 PM

    That's easy... Scooby Doo.  And I still watch Charlies Angels whenever I happen to catch it.

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  16. treesrgreen782/12/2007 7:42 PM

    My favorites are Little House on the Prarie and Waltons, I also watch Leave It To Beaver and I Love Lucy.  The other day they had the Flying Nun on.  Sometimes u can find the Partridge family also, which i like to watch.  Although, this was not on when I was a child, one of my very favorites is Touched by an Angel.  This is a great question.  Very rarely you can also find Our Miss Brooks which  I really liked and the Real McCoys and My Little Margie.

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  17. nyuknyukpik22/12/2007 8:01 PM

    The A-team
    Happy Days
    Highway to Heaven
    Perry Mason(it was on in re-runs then too)
    Laverne and Shirley

    all kinds of them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. Scooby Doo, Nash Bridges, Kokaj,Leave It To bearver when I come across it, Andy Griffith, The Jeffersons. There is more putcan't think of them at the mopment.

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  19. lifesabench62/13/2007 8:07 AM

    HI Krissy- I love to watch the Waltons with my son who also loves that show.  We have all the first 3 seasons on dvd and he watches them all the time.  Have a Blessed week!  Love Carolyn :)

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  20. why has no one said the Brady Bunch???? "Marcia Marcia Marcia!" "Oh No MY NOSE!" I will always love this show... I forget to watch old shows and don't often see them listed so I forget to watch them. I'm a big fan of teen shows which I admit makes me a giant moron... so I watch things for kids that were not during my childhood at all such as Degrassy High or My So Called life, and cartoons like Hey Arnold or Wild Thornberrys ....

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  21. rickardfoghorn2/14/2007 12:05 PM

    LITTLE HOUSE AND THE PRARIE, ATEAM, HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN, WALTONS LOADS MORE BUT I CANT THINK OFF HAND
    hELEN

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  22. I am laughing.  When I was a child, there WAS no TV.  I listened to Jack Armstrong, the All American Boy, Orphan Annie, The Green Hornet, The Shadow on radio though. None of those shows survive.  Superman is still around though in new form.
     Other science fiection was Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, and Flash Gordon.  Those were comic strips as was Dick Tracy.
      Also I remember the first comic book I ever saw. It was Mickey Mouse comics.  Later came Famous Funnies that reproduced the Sunday comic strips in smaller format.
     But childhood TV....nope

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