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  • Debashree Mondal

    I was addicted to ‘Small Wonder’. It was a comedy show starring ‘Vicky’ the robot as the main character. She had some superhuman powers and I loved the show. I made every effort to not miss a single episode!! Even now sometimes I search and watch in YouTube 🙂

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    Star Trek! I was a Trekkie [now called Trekker]. My brother and I used to watch it together. He always used to quiz me throughout the years with “Who said it and in what episode?” I think he knew almost every line from every show. (We watched a lot of repeats, too.) Star Trek took us “where no man [changed to no one in later series] has gone before!

    • Karen T

      Beam me up Scotty!

      • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

        I’m givin’ it all she’s got, Captain! LOL

        • Karen T

          Hahaha!

    • Carol Miller

      Star Trek was another fabulous show. You are younger than I am, Diane. Star Trek came out when I was about 14/15. I loved it.

      • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

        I was 10 when it came out. My brother was 15. Not much difference between you and I, Carol. LOL

  • Rick Gottinger

    My favorite show as a kid was Gilligan’s Island. Completely unbelievable that 7 people going on a 3 hour tour would have luggage let alone all those other helpful things to make living on a deserted island possible but every week that was one light-hearted half hour that I always looked forward to.

    • Christina Rao

      I loved Gilligan!!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I don’t know how they kept coming up with ideas for the show week after week. I kept thinking, ‘They could have built ten boats by now to get off the island!’

  • Rob

    G.I. Joe… After watching it my brothers and I would take over the livingroom and make it one big war area. Set up blankets on chairs to make forts, tape off areas that were claimed property, use nerf guns to shoot action figures.

  • Carol Miller

    My very favorite show as a child was The Mickey Mouse Club. I became addicted to the Stars. I never missed a show and use to sing along with them until my brothers would tell me to stop. My two favorites were Annette Funicello and Bobby Burgess. They both went on to careers after the show. I was devastated to learn that Annette died a few years ago from MS. What a loss. There were not that many really cool kids shows in the late 1950’s but as long as I had The Mickey Mouse Club to watch, I didn’t care. ( it has been said that Walt Disney built Disneyland on the proceeds from that show.)

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Yep. That song is now stuck in my head, too. I saw Annette Funicello interviewed years ago. They showed her in an exercise bike she used for the MS. What a shame. Was she in the movie Beach Blanket Bingo?

      • Carol Miller

        Diane, I believe Annette was in that movie and I think Frankie Avalon was in it too. Did you know that Justin Timberlake and Ryan Gosling started out on the Mickey Mouse Club. Ryan Gosling is Canadian.

        • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

          Didn’t know that. I know Britney Spears was on a show like that, possibly the Mickey Mouse Club.

          • Carol Miller

            I just read that recently about Brittany Spears. Mickey Mouse Club was very good training. I read that they had like 5 line ups for the show. If you weren’t top notch, you were dropped. I guess it prepared them for the competitive nature of Hollywood.

  • Manwinder Kaur

    ‘ Small Wonder ‘ ; as i loved that cute robot , vicki – she’s a small wonder, lovely and bright with soft curls . She’s a small wonder, a child unlike other girls !!

  • Maddie Lessard

    Bonanza, with Lorne Greene, Michael London and Dan Blocker.

  • Stephen Okello

    Tom and Jerry

  • Christy

    Little House on the Prairie. I always thought, even with none of the conveniences we now have, life was so much simpler and happier back then. Neighbors were truly neighbors and you knew right from wrong. You were punished for doing wrong, whether something large or small, and you took care of yourself and those around you. It was a happy show that taught many lessons.

    • Mrs Ed

      That really was a good show. And the Waltons too.

    • Karen T

      I loved watching that too.

  • Mrs Ed

    My Three Sons! I had a crush on the oldest one. LOL, I think I just dated myself. OH well.

    • Karen T

      Good one!…And all of us can’t help dating ourselves with this question. LOL

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I caught it in reruns. (I’m still old, though. LOL)

  • Paul Clément

    It was without a doubt ‘Walt Disney Presents’. We watched it almost religiously as a family, my 7 siblings and I every Sunday evening after taking our bath. This counts as one of my favourite family activities while growing up in the late 50’S and early 60’s.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Was that the same as Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color? I think I watched that on Sunday nights with my mom.

      • Paul Clément

        Mine was from 58 to 61, yours from 61 to 69 you young’n you!

        • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

          Ahhhhh. Okay. Yeah, young. Ha!

  • Aletha Janell

    My favorite show was Rugrats. Had so many while I was younger, but that was the main one that came to mind

  • 77giggles

    Gumby and Pokey… (I know, I’m showing my age… LOL)…. and also Davey and Goliath….

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I loved Dave and Goliath. And I’m Jewish! LOL

      • 77giggles

        LOL according to imdb.com, first show was 9/1/60

        • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

          Shhhhhh. You’re giving up our ages. LOL

          • 77giggles

            LOL back when the world made sense.. LOL

            • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

              The world sure seemed simpler then.

      • Jason Provo

        Lol

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I watched Gumby, too. Really cute show for little ones.

  • Candy

    He-Man was the best as a kid. My sister and I watched it religiously. Loved She-Ra too, but He-Man was the one who started it all. We had all the toys too, even castle grey-skull. So as soon as the show would end, my sister and I would act it out with the toys.

  • Julie Dascoli-Yanop

    Probably going to show my age here again lol but my favorite show as a kid was Fraggle Rock!!! It was all different puppets that lived in the world of “Fraggle Rock”, which was an underground world. The “Fraggle Rock” community
    consisted of the Fraggles themselves, the giant Gorgs, and the Doozers — there was also a trash heap character lol.
    Great imagination…i STILL sing the theme son in my head (and I’m doing it as I type) LOL

  • Colleen Goodbrand

    Bewitched!! Just loved Samantha and her mother Endora!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Did you like the first Darren or the second Darren better?

      • Mrs Ed

        I liked that show too. I liked the first Darren. You always like your first, lol. The second Darren had to grow on me. And wasn’t as “angry” as the old one. So both of them had their own charm. LOL, I know you asked Colleen, but I wanted to answer too. 🙂

        • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

          That’s how I felt about the Darrens! Great minds think alike!

      • Colleen Goodbrand

        I liked the 2nd Darren better. I was just a kid back then, but I could never figure out why Samantha was with Darren at all because the first Darren was always so grumpy! How about you ? Which one did you prefer?

        • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

          I liked grumpy Darren, I mean, the first Darren. LOL. I was a kid, too, and I couldn’t understand why her husband changed into another person.

    • Christina Rao

      My 2nd fav show!!

  • Jason Provo

    The original Batman series starring Adam West! Campy, yes but those cliffhanger “to be continued” episodes had me racing home from school like Robin with his pants on fire to get in front of the TV and see if the dynamic duo would live to fight crime ever again….and they always did…

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      That’s one that I also watched with my older brother. We knew it was camp but we liked it anyway, especially when they’d “climb a rope up a building”.

      • Jason Provo

        Yep. Haha. The rope climbing conversations were awesome. So (ahem) insightful.

        • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

          LOL!! Yes.

  • Nicole D. C

    Home Improvement at night with the family, and during the day I’m not going to lie, I loved Blues Clues.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I watched that with my kids when they were little.

  • Dan Leet

    I love watching walt Disney presents like your family we watch every week as a family wish it was stll on so my grandkids could also watch it

  • Dan Leet

    its hard to find good show that the whole family can watch with out worry whats in the show

  • Erin Estilette

    It was a tie between Punky Brewster and Three’s Company. I called the show “Jack.” I didn’t really get all the innuendo, but I still thought it was funny.

    • Chris

      Oh yes…I loved Punky Brewster also. I have forgotten about so many shows. WOW!!

  • Stannyboyc

    Always Hockey Night In Canada.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I watched hockey with my dad. Go Rangers!

  • Timothy Mccollum

    The Lone Ranger… of course…

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Hi ho Silver. Away! (Kinda looks silly when you write it down but I liked the show.)

  • Beata Nalesnik

    My favorite show when I was a kid was “the Wonder Years”
    I used to watch it back in Poland on a black and white TV only because that is the one we could afford. I was fascinated by American culture / style.

  • Jason Pike

    G.I. Joe GO JOE

  • Michaele Dalin Goodson

    National Geographic, and The Wonderful World of Walt Disney

  • MT

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! The original one is still good, I watch it with my son now and he actually prefers that one over the most recent ones.

    • Karen T

      The original was the best! I watched that with my son & he had just about everything Turtles! He wanted to go live with the Ninja Turtles in the city, until I explained to him what a sewer was! LOL

  • Cecilia

    There were some really good tv shows back then, but I’d have to say Happy Days was one of my favorites.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I liked it until the Fonz literally jumped the shark. That’s where the expression came from.

    • Karen T

      It’s not so bad getting that song stuck in my head! LOL

  • Israel

    Wonder Woman

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I watched that. Didn’t she lasso people with her magic rope?

      • Karen T

        LOL! Her rope would force people to tell the truth! Always wished I had a rope like that.

        • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

          Be careful what you wish for., Karen. LOL

          • Karen T

            Lol, yeahhh… you might be right!

  • Aracely

    My favorite show as a kid was Xena!!! I used to watched it with my twin sister we wouldn’t miss any episodes.

  • Judy Burba McGarvey

    The Ed Sullivan Show. We watched it every Sunday night. I’ll never forget the night The Beatles were on the first time!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      My family watched Ed Sullivan together. I remember when The Beatles were on. The girls in the audience were screaming!!!

  • Teresa Rojas

    Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. As I see reruns today,and see how absolutely incredible all the monsters are I can’t believe how I believed all of it as a child!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I liked anything sci fi. They show the reruns on a local channel by me, as well as The Time Tunnel, Land of the Giants and Planet of the Apes.

      • Teresa Rojas

        You must be talking about METV!

        • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

          Yes, I am, Teresa! The station comes from Middletown, NJ.

  • Barbara Comeaux

    Dukes of Hazzard! I even had the lunchbox!

  • Nancy Andrake

    The Ed Sullivan Show. I liked all the music guests.

  • Sue W.

    Had to be Sir Graves Ghastly…he was this crazy guy that did stupid jokes in between scary B movies on Saturday afternoon…just loved this as a kid! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3b85a4ffe17ccae53a3febaeac26a26f58bc7f59eeb0bbdb493d46d4f376f373.gif

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I’ve never heard of that show.

  • Rosalinda Leal

    Married with chilren

  • Mae Swope

    One of my fav. shows was “V”. Thanks for the contest…have a gr8 rest of the week….

  • Jasmine Emily

    If you’re talking when I was like age 6 Gullah Gullah island with the frog Minya or roly-poly Oli from Disney and we’re talking teenage years Sabrina the teenage witch live action series recess anything on to cartoon network like Dragonball Z and other stuff like Naruto and cartoons like Powerpuff Girls Mojo Jojo

  • Israel

    Keshia Knight from the Cosby Show

  • Chris

    Romper Room…because my name is Christina, and my name was called in the “magic mirror” almost everyday!! I just knew they were calling on me. 🙂

    • Christina Rao

      No no no…they were calling me!!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Miss Louise never called my name!

  • Melissa Dawn Stayrook Blair

    I loved just about every show they made, but probably my absolute favorite was Rugrats! 90’s kids can totally relate!

  • Kaitlyn Blanchard

    My favourite t.v. show was definitely Sailor Moon, it was the best!

  • Tori Gamez

    Full House

  • Beth Stone

    “Little House On The Prairie”. I loved how the family worked together. How their faith was so strong, even in adversity. Ma and Pa were strict, but loving. I still love the show.

  • Mrs Ed

    Oh, I forgot all about that show. I wish they had that on still. I could watch ALL of those movies again.
    Remember when we only had 5 channels to watch, and we were quite content? https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/cc7b85dcdc6d4d7ce5d653b83ccdda4eaafd27f0fa50b10d4242cfd8d2c80945.gif

  • Brian Vaughn

    Definitely Doug. He was the only pale colored kid while everyone else was blue and red and every other color. Besides being a funny cartoon, it showed that all [colors] can get along. #90sNickelodeon

  • justinkeene

    My Favorite Show on tv when i was kid was the Brady Bunch. i always watched it After School in the afternoons

  • Dicksy Maneschyn

    The Ed Sullivan show was a great event for our entire family…remember when the The Beatles first appeared on show ..what a night! My sisters and I did go crazy that night!

  • Deby Ann

    We usually watched the Disney ‘documentaries’ about animals, but I’d have to say the old Daniel Boone program was my favorite as a child. Star Trek took over as a teen, and now, I don’t watch much TV at all! LOL

  • ramadevi

    Disney Tom & Jerry. We still watch it. I am now 50 plus and I do watch it with my son. Second one is Charlie Chaplin. These both are good to give boost when I am tired and stressed out. When my son was in junior class after returning from school, we used to drink coffee and snacks in the evening. The show starts at 5pm and all sat together and enjoyed watching them. The characters are very real, has expressions like humans. This is one of the method I use to get rid off the stress and gloomy feeling. These comics are really my all time favourites. And my son now grown up, he still watches them. He started making drawings of all characters when he was 4-5yrs. I still have them in my album. May be some people think that we are silly but we enjoy them.

  • Marie Angelie Delima

    My favorite is the “Fresh Prince of Belair”. Me and my family would go sit on the sofa together just for that show. It makes watching tv show more memorable. In fact, this is the only TV show that would make my father dance! He could really “Jump on it!”

  • Christina Rao

    I DREAM OF JEANNIE was my all time favorite TV show. In fact I’m still trying to find a Jeannie bottle just like the one Jeannie lived in!!

  • Noel Stewart

    As a kid I watched the Howdy Doody Show with Buffalo Bob religiously! I learned my manners from this show in the 1950’s. At that time it was the best children’s show on television!

  • Charles Ibitamuno

    It’s hard to say really, in my youth, there were a lot of shows that challenged us mentally and physically. Power Rangers was awesome in the 1990’s. But when it came to action packed adventure and dilemmas, X Men and Spiderman the Animated Series truly rocked. The fighting styles of X Men were something that this X men of 2000 obviously lack. And the maturity and humor-plus intellectual genius of Spiderman is something that can’t be replaced no matter what we see today.

  • Yvonne Pyng

    That 70’s show for the win!! So much resemblance as my real life back then and oh yah, after I grew up and being an adult is what I can resemble with Michael Kelso in the TV show says ”BURN!!!”

  • MyKinKStar

    I liked watching all the westerns with my Daddy, like Bonanza and Gunsmoke, but we also watched Disney and animal shows together, and the news too (!!!). My favorites when it was just me watching, which wasn’t often (different world then), was Popeye cartoons and Superman.

  • Lijian Zhang

    Bewitched!

  • Shaun Ryan

    Mine was smurfs 🙂 use to always rush home from school to watch it & have a hot Milo lol

  • Paula Meyer

    My favorite was Gillian’s Island because it came on right before my mother got home from work.

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    I loved that show! Danger Will Robinson!!!

  • cyberbabe11

    i’m one of the millions who “ran home from school every day” to watch Dark Shadows.

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    Now that song will be stuck in my head.

  • Judith Nelson

    That’s a long time ago for me,but it did like the cartoons they had back then especially Mr Magoo .The cartoons were so much better than the ones they have today.

  • Ken Grant

    Mash … loved that show.

  • Diane Lane

    My favorite show was The Partridge Family. I had a huge crush on David Cassidy. I knew every song, had all the records, posters and of course the lunch box

  • Amanda Grover

    I’d have to say my favorite show was Buffy The Vampire slayer. My favorite cartoon was the original poke’mon

  • Sarah Turner

    My favorite show when I was a kid was The Elephant show.

  • Daniel Michaud

    Bewitched and M.A.S.H. were my favorite TV Shows to watch while i was growing up.

  • Rebecca lee

    My favourite kids tv show was a little known British show called “My parent’s are aliens” which ran for 5 seasons from 1999. The premise of the show was about 3 children who were fostered by a family of aliens, and it centred around the aliens trying to get to grips with raising a family of human children whilst still trying to learn how to live on earth. I used to rush home from school in order to watch it, and it was so exciting being able to discuss the previous episode at school the next day. Oh, the innocence of childhood!!

  • Sylvia

    My favorite was Lost in Space. I was totally in awe of the robot who protected Will Robinson with that ominous phrase, “Danger, danger Will Robinson!” I guess I yearned for that kind of techno cool loyalty and sometimes as a little girl that phrase would ring in my head if I knew the situation was potentially perilous. Don’t we all need a silver accordion arms robot as our personal bodyguard; could have really used him my freshman year in college!

  • Merm123

    My favorite show was The Brady Bunch. That song stuck in my head for years. Here’s the story..of a man named Brady. etc etc.
    Mr. Brady, an architect widower with three sons: oldest Greg, middle son Peter and youngest Bobby. He meets and marries Carol, with three daughters of her own: oldest Marcia, middle girl Jan and little one Cindy. Loved Alice the wacky maid too. They all live in a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house in the Los Angeles suburbs. Kids with all their day to day problems. I can relate because I have four other siblings 🙂

    • Karen T

      Alice was the best! She really held that family together!☺

  • Mark Hall

    Probably Cliched I know, but Wonder years, might have something to do with the HUGE crush I had on Winnie.

  • Deb

    My favorite show was Sea Hunt starring Lloyd Bridges. It came on every Sunday night when I was in first grade.. My Mom always let me stay up to watch it. Lloyd is the father of Jeff and Beau Bridges. I thought he was so handsome that I wanted to marry him when I grew up. But, I also wanted to marry Matt Dillon from Gunsmoke.

  • Margelia George

    perfect strangers,
    come on people

  • Renee Swartz

    gilligan`s island loved it we had 3 girls 3 boys in my family same as the show

  • Lynn

    I think my favorite show as a child was the Ed Sullivan Show. It always had top notch musical guests as well as Tobo Geboo, the talking mouse and various “out-there” performers like plate spinners. We watched it every Sunday night as a family and it was a special time for bonding that makes me feel warm and fuzzy when I think about it.

  • Sharde Walker

    Oh! It’s so hard to choose, but I’m going with “Married With Children”. Thanks to All Bundy, I received my first hit with a ruler in preschool for sitting at the snack table with my hand in my pants!

  • Ray Ayala

    Travel with Rick Steves. I used to pretend like I was really going to all those places. Plus I enjoyed how he tied in a little bit of history, but not too much –just enough to make the show more interesting.

  • Gerelyn Flores Baenisch

    Power rangers….

  • Amy Canfield

    My favorite show as a kid was Lost in Space. I loved Will Robinson and the Robot.

  • rose morgan

    Bonanza, I had a crush on Lil Joe.

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    I’ve never even heard of that show. Was it local?

    • Karen T

      Yes, it was a Chicagoland TV program. Frazier Thomas was like a friend of the family that you could only see on television.
      This is the link to a YouTube “Farewell to Frazier” after he died. The children today have really missed out on the family morals and values this man brought into many homes.
      https://youtu.be/ObS1EF_ZhDE There are many more videos pertaining to his life and the TV programs he hosted.

      • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

        Sounds like our “Officer Joe Bolton”. He was on TV after school. I bet you the shows were similar.

        • Karen T

          I just checked it out on YouTube. He hosted a lot of good programs.The Munsters, Perry Mason, even Magilla Gorilla. Lol

          • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

            I watched the Munsters and Magilla Gorilla. I loved those shows! “We’ve got a gorilla for sale; Magilla Gorilla for sale. Handsome, elegant, intelligent, sweet. He’s really ideal.” Or something like that. Another song to get stuck in my head. LOL

  • Stacie Snow

    The Bionic Woman! I would get outside and try to make the noise they would play when she would run or throw something! Lol! My cousins still make fun of me

    • Karen T

      Oh I remember! We did that as kids too. Wow, it was really hard to run in slow motion! LOL

      • Stacie Snow

        it sure was but we had fun trying anyway!

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  • Veronica Griffith

    My favorite television show for the most was The Beverly Hillbillies. I always thought the writing was creative and very funny. It was silly–but yet witty and intelligent too.

  • edeliz

    The Jetsons! Still waiting for Jane’s self cooking kitchen.

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    Lost was great but, you watched it as a kid? You’re really making a lot of us look really old! LMBO!!!

  • John Morgan

    I loved watching The Twilight Zone (“You’re entering another dimension…”) and how bizarre some of the stories were. I still rewatch many of the episodes today.

  • Jimmy Kirk

    My favorite show as a kid was “The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” then they vanished due to violence, and the “Power Rangers” came with their guns! I was sad #stillsulking

  • Sowmya

    Charlie Chaplin for sure apart from I love Lucy! I remember my brother used to bully me a lot. Every time when I cry, he will put Charlie Chaplin video, and like an idiot I will forget everything and start laughing uncontrollably! Sweet memories! LOL!

  • Leslie Anne Soloman

    My favorite TV show when I was a kid was Batman. I had such a crush on Batman and Robin.

  • 416FROMTHEENDS

    Bananas In Pyjamas on Treehouse

  • Natania

    {The Brady Bunch… The Brady Bunch… That’s the way we became the Brady Bunch!} My all time favorite show, I watched it everyday, luckily it came on at 4:00 and I was just getting home form school. Last year I was flipping through the channels and came across The Brady Bunch. I got excited,(I didn’t know they still played reruns) and explained to my daughter (Kayla, who is 11 years old) that this was my favorite show when I was a kid starting about her age. We watched the episode that was on that day and Kayla absolutely loved it! So she had me set the DVR to tape every episode. We watched the episodes every chance we got and I remembered every single one. It was so much fun!

  • Rochelle Hatcher

    Roadrunner and Tweety show

  • Joel Smith

    save by the bell

  • mary

    Brady Bunch, little House On The Prairie, The Waltons, Donny & Marie, Dark Shadows

  • Jordyn Grimes

    Anything that made me laugh! I had too many shows I loved as a kid I remember having to bounce around from Channel to channel to make sure I didn’t miss anything! But “The X files” was me and my dads show we’d watch together and I remember it my our special time together so I guess you could say that was my favorite!:)

  • Luis Eduardo Jimenez

    My favorite show as a kid (Eventhough I’m about to be 21) was Alf. I loved that show as a kid because of the jokes that alf said. Also, Alf liked to eat cats and I dont like cats that much so we had the same love for cats. I still watch some old episodes from the series and I still laugh at the same jokes. I was born to be an Alf fan. For me Alf was the best series because, even though its air time was like at 11pm, I always had to wait until late night to watch it and at least go to sleep with a smile in my face.

  • Karine Michaud

    Lady Oscar!

  • Patrick Yee

    My favorite show as a kid was seinfeld. it was so hilarious.

  • luisino

    My favorite TV show was the Locos Adams that amused me a lot and made me laugh.

  • M spencer

    My favourite show as a kid was the WALTONS

  • Jennifer Williams

    Punky Brewster.

  • Jeanette Van Epps

    Too many to mention but Bewitched was one of my favorites.

  • Jaymie L K Mills

    As a child we had like this trigger in our household. If it hit 5:30am or 6:00am in a household of three other siblings we raced to the living room to gain remote access to tv. I would always like to watch every cartoon show available. She-ra or He-man.

  • Casimina Doner

    Looney Tunes! I looked forward to every Saturday morning to watch, becuz my dad actually had the day off and that was our family time.

  • Trent Greene

    Land or the Giants

  • Angela Little Becker

    My favorite show was Captain Kangaroo. He always had conversations with two puppets, Mr. Moose and Bunny Rabbit. There was also Mr. Green Jeans. Usually we had just come in from gathering vegetables from the garden and I would pull up my chair with a pan of butter beans and shell the beans during the show. It was always exciting to see what would happen next and I really wanted one of the Schwinn bicycles he always talked about.

  • kandeels

    I had a weekly line up of shows. Every day it was Charades and then the later shows would start, Little House on the Prairie, Different Strokes, Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, Facts of Life. I could keep on going because I loved them all and I had the days and times in my head, so that my family called me the TV Guide!! Hard to pick from any of these, plus the other dozen or so that I made sure to be a couch potato and not miss!!

  • Vicki Morin

    The earliest I can remember was Ed Sullivan, which was before we had our own TV set and was invited to watch it at the neighbor’s home. How exciting it was for me when we finally got our very own T.V. ! I fell in love with The Honeymooners and of course I Love Lucy…Ahh memories.

  • linda

    The “Beverly Hillbillys” every Wednesday nite !!!!!!

  • Wanda Davis

    The Partridge Family is up there. and to agree with Colleen, Bewitched

  • Anthony Taylor

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Turtle Power was my mantra for a long time. It got me into comics and drawing

  • dottie p

    how come when i check in the mid after noon there is a question up. then the next day find out another went up then i don’t get a chance to answer that one. when do you put your questions up? don’t they go up at the same time? and why 2 in one day?

  • Stephanie Sage

    Ahhh! Real monsters and Ren and stimpy because my parents wouldn’t let me watch them but my grandparents would!

  • Anna Nicole

    The Muppet Show! Saw so many great musicians on that show.

  • Bia Daoukakis

    I have too many favourites. But, the one that stands out, is Mickey mouse club. Yap….

  • Saturne Evony

    Mission Impossible.

  • Andy Dela Cruz

    Dragon Ball

  • Shay Jones

    as a kid I love watching Scooby Doo, the care bears, and Fat Albert. Childhood memories

  • trece21

    The fresh prince of bel-air…will smithe had me dying laughing so hard lol