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Much like the Early Musical Influences thread.

Favorite TV Shows growing up. Nothing from your Sesame Street Days and nothing after H.S. Reruns are ok. My formative TV days are from late 70's and all of the 80's


Hogan's Heroes
Dukes of Hazzard
A-Team
Knight Rider
BJ and the Bear
The Andy Griffith Show
Gomer Pyle USMC
Brady Bunch
Leave it to Beaver
Bewitched
Cheers
All in the Family
The Jeffersons
Happy Days
Laverne & Shirley
Mork and Mindy
Sanford and Son
What's Happenin'
Different Strokes
Facts of Life
Family Ties
Welcome Back Kotter


Miniseries

V and V - The Final Battle

I'm sure there's more you'll remind me of
 

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Scooby Doo
Legends of the Hidden Temple
Salute Your Shorts
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
The Adventures of Pete and Pete
Clarissa Explains It All
Double Dare!
Wild & Crazy Kids
Guts
Ren and Stimpy
Rocko's Modern Life
The Jetsons
Power Rangers
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers
Yogi The Bear
Care Bears
Duck Tales
G.I. Joe
Inspector Gadget
Muppet Babies
The New Adventures of Jonny Quest
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
ThunderCats
Transformers
Voltron
The Woody Woodpecker Show
Daria
Gumby
 

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I don't know what's scarier. That most of these young guys haven't heard of most of my shows or I haven't heard of most of theirs! [schild=19 fontcolor=C0C0C0 shadowcolor=C0C0C0 shieldshadow=1]I'm only 35!!![/schild]
 

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Regular Shows

Hogan's Heroes
A-Team
The Andy Griffith Show
Gomer Pyle USMC
Leave it to Beaver
Laverne & Shirley (I can quote the song)
The Three Stooges

Others:

Remote Control Television (RC stuff)
N.A.S.A (Awesomely informative show, older)
Flightline

I watched a lot of older shows because my parents didn't want me watching newer stuff (bad influence, I figured out what they meant by the time I hit 14 and had some common sense)/
 

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Spice TV when there was just a sqiggly line down the middle of the tv and you barely make out a body part but hear all the moaning. Ahh..puberty was great,lol.

Grew up watching Robotech at 6:00am, then Transformers and G.I Joe before i had to catch the bus to grade school.

Saturday mornings was strictly SuperFriends, Spiderman, Thundercats, Smurfs, Voltron. Man, saturday morning cartoons ain't what it used to be! Kung Fu Theatre every saturday afternoon at 3pm, all the dope Golden Harvest movies like The Kid with the Golden Arm, 5 deadly Venoms, Bruce Lee flicks, Shaolin Kung Fu, The Flying Guilitine ,damn that was the good ol' days!!!

Also wacthed a lot of Good Times!, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Cosby Show, Silver Spoon, Three;s Company, Family Ties.

For sure it was Airwolf, Blue Thunder, A-Team, Knightrider, Bionic Man, Mcguyver, Alien Nation and of course....."V"..man I had a crush on the reptilian queen bitch,haha.

Right now, I'm addicted to Smallville,BattleStar Galitica, Nip/Tuck anything on Speed, Discovery, and History Channel.

Oh, can't forget Family Guy!
 

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Must not forget

Miami Vice
Beverly Hills 90210
Smurfs
The Wuzzles
Dungeons and Dragons (was a cartoon on Saturday mornings for a short time)
Greatest American Hero
Schoolhouse Rock
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

ah... memories of a simpler time.
 
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Dating myself...

(no particular order...)

Mr. Ed
Leave It To Beaver
My Three Sons
That Girl
Green Acres
Beverly Hillbillies
Petticoat Junction
Gilligan's Island
Get Smart
Bewitched
Hogan's Heroes
I Dream of Jeannie
Munsters
Addams Family
I Love Lucy
Honeymooners
Three Stooges
 
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