Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by fr in sc, Mar 26, 2017.
The Andy Griffith Show
in the early years of the series, one of my absolute favorites
Green Acres was so strange at times that I thought it might be where Mulder grew up, explaining how he is so familiar with the paranormal.
One show that was great was The Goodies, one of the funniest shows I've ever seen.
Whenever I think of that show I always think of Karen Valentine; WTH ever happened to her?
some of the old detective shows hold up well:
early season of Kojak (gritty, tough storylines)
Columbo (of course!)
Rockford Files (until last 2 seasons)
a bunch more
She was a regular teacher character on Room 222 but that was just before or maybe during Love, American Style. I always think of the Cowsills myself when 'L, AS' is mentioned.
Perry Mason gets me up every weekday morning at 9 AM. It reminds me of watching it with the family and everyone guessing the culprit when I was a kid. And the comfort that the bad guy always gets caught. My cynicism at their their foolishness is matched by Columbo. Shut up you idiots.
Dukes Of Hazzard.
Married With Children.
Hill Street Blues.
Tic Tac Dough
I love Burke's Law the original and the later reboot. My late Grandmother, Nancy turned me into a lifetime fan of mystery, detective and also westerns. We loved watching this series together.
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