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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBaron View Post
    In no particular order (maybe I'll figure out a ranking later):
    "Bonanza"-growing up in the 1960s, we only got one TV channel, the NBC affiliate (WSAZ-3). My dad and I both liked westerns. It was a family tradition that, after church on Sunday nights, at 9 p.m. we all had a big bowl of popcorn and gathered around the TV to watch the latest adventures of the Cartwright clan.
    Same here buddy. That's why I had to list some westerns. I love'em!

    Maverick, Sugarfoot, Bronco, Have Gun Will Travel, Wagon Train, Raw Hide, Big Valley, The Rifleman, Cimmaron Strip, Bat Masterson, and Wanted: Dead or Alive (Steve McQueen).

    My Dad was a HUGE Gunsmoke fan. When it came on you didn't sit in HIS chair, and you had better not make any noise or cause him to have to get out of it.

    But those shows are just classics in my book.
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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    Same here buddy. That's why I had to list some westerns. I love'em!

    Maverick, Sugarfoot, Bronco, Have Gun Will Travel, Wagon Train, Raw Hide, Big Valley, The Rifleman, Cimmaron Strip, Bat Masterson, and Wanted: Dead or Alive (Steve McQueen).

    My Dad was a HUGE Gunsmoke fan. When it came on you didn't sit in HIS chair, and you had better not make any noise or cause him to have to get out of it.

    But those shows are just classics in my book.
    No F-Troop????

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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

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    No F-Troop????

    My bad. My sister has every episode one VHS.
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    That's what I was going to say about Emergency. The show actually preceded paramedics and how can you argue against a guy named Mantooth?

    Every episode no matter what was wrong with the patient the paramedics were looking at.. Rampart, we have a decapitated male approximately 20 years of age...Squad 51, 500 RINGERS LACTATE...................What would happen if they used 475 ringers lactate??

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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

    In no particular order...with my favorite episode in parentheses, if applicable

    Cheers (A Good Old-Fashioned Wedding)
    Seinfeld (The Contest)
    Family Guy
    The Simpsons (Homer The Heretic)
    South Park
    M*A*S*H (Dreams)
    Roseanne
    St. Elsewhere
    Quantum Leap
    Looney Tunes
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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

    Quote Originally Posted by Hap View Post
    In no particular order...with my favorite episode in parentheses, if applicable

    Cheers
    Seinfeld
    Family Guy
    The Simpsons
    South Park
    M*A*S*H
    Roseanne
    St. Elsewhere
    Quantum Leap
    Looney Tunes
    I guess favorite episodes weren't applicable

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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

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    This show really creeped me out as kid. It did have Charles Nelson Riley for crying out loud.
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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    Same here buddy. That's why I had to list some westerns. I love'em!

    Maverick, Sugarfoot, Bronco, Have Gun Will Travel, Wagon Train, Raw Hide, Big Valley, The Rifleman, Cimmaron Strip, Bat Masterson, and Wanted: Dead or Alive (Steve McQueen).

    My Dad was a HUGE Gunsmoke fan. When it came on you didn't sit in HIS chair, and you had better not make any noise or cause him to have to get out of it.

    But those shows are just classics in my book.
    Memory like a steel trap!

    You left out

    Roy Rogers
    The Virginian
    The Lone Ranger
    Rin Tin Tin
    Wild Wild West
    • 1. Red Skelton
      2. Jack Benny
      3. Amos & Andy
      4. Sky King
      5. Man From U.N.C.L.E
      6. I Spy
      7. Lassie
      8. Highway Patrol
      9. Zoro
      10. Real McCoys

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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

    Quote Originally Posted by SpringfieldFan View Post
    Memory like a steel trap!

    You left out

    Roy Rogers
    The Virginian
    The Lone Ranger
    Rin Tin Tin
    Wild Wild West
    • 1. Red Skelton
      2. Jack Benny
      3. Amos & Andy
      4. Sky King
      5. Man From U.N.C.L.E
      6. I Spy
      7. Lassie
      8. Highway Patrol
      9. Zoro
      10. Real McCoys

    Oh man. I listed 20 and can't believe I forgot The Man From U.N.C.L.E.. I used to love that. I wish it was on somewhere. I never see it in re-runs like all these others.
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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfanmia View Post
    This show really creeped me out as kid. It did have Charles Nelson Riley for crying out loud.

    Are you sure you're not thinking of Liddsville?



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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    Same here buddy. That's why I had to list some westerns. I love'em!

    Maverick, Sugarfoot, Bronco, Have Gun Will Travel, Wagon Train, Raw Hide, Big Valley, The Rifleman, Cimmaron Strip, Bat Masterson, and Wanted: Dead or Alive (Steve McQueen).

    My Dad was a HUGE Gunsmoke fan. When it came on you didn't sit in HIS chair, and you had better not make any noise or cause him to have to get out of it.

    But those shows are just classics in my book.
    SpringfieldFan added a few more westerns, and I can add yet a few others that I loved as kid:
    Laramie
    Laredo
    High Chapparal
    Cheyenne
    Branded
    How The West Was Won (I wasn't a kid anymore when this one was broadcast, but I loved James Arness's "Zeb McCahan" character)
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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

    Quote Originally Posted by SpringfieldFan View Post
    Memory like a steel trap!

    You left out

    Roy Rogers
    The Virginian
    The Lone Ranger
    Rin Tin Tin
    Wild Wild West
    • 1. Red Skelton
      2. Jack Benny
      3. Amos & Andy
      4. Sky King
      5. Man From U.N.C.L.E
      6. I Spy
      7. Lassie
      8. Highway Patrol
      9. Zoro
      10. Real McCoys
    My sister and I use fight like the dickens over the TV on Saturday mornings. I had to watch Sky King and Roy Rogers.

    And we never missed Red Skelton, as well as "Live from Miami, it's the Jackie Gleason Show!"

    That was pizza night in our household. Mom made homemade pizza, and it was the only time us kids got pop. Boy have the times changed.
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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

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    Re: Top 10 All-Time Television Shows

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    My sister and I use fight like the dickens over the TV on Saturday mornings. I had to watch Sky King and Roy Rogers.

    And we never missed Red Skelton, as well as "Live from Miami, it's the Jackie Gleason Show!"

    Yep, we watched all those shows too.


    That was pizza night in our household. Mom made homemade pizza, and it was the only time us kids got pop. Boy have the times changed.


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