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Tonight CBS aired  2 color episodes of The Dick Van Dyke show and I Love Lucy show.

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SOMEHOW, I MISSED THAT EPISODE. IT IS A VERY APPEALING SHOW, NO DOUBT.

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Yes,

Just happen to be channel surfing and came across an episode of the Dick Van Dyke Show. It was really interesting because during this episode, Rob, Laura and Ritchie somehow had dyed their hands black while enroute to a benefit gala where Rob was going to receive an award from a large group of officials who were mostly african american.

I have always loved this show and especially that apartment that is still modern to me to this day, but what I really loved was his concern about diversity, what the group would think of him and telling the truth about how he and his families hands got dyed accidently. I tell you it was epic. 

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"HILL STREET BLUES" & SOME OF THE STAR TREK " SERIES, ESPECIALLY, "THE NEXT GENERATION"& "VOYAGER". MARSHALL MCLUHAN WROTE SOMETHING TO THE EFFECT OF 'ARTISTS(& WRITERS) ARE THE TRUE PROPHETS, FOR ONLY THEY CAN PREDICT THE FUTURE'. WE CAN LOOK TO SOME OF THE SCIENCE FICTION SERIES TO SEE HOW SPOT-ON THOSE PREDICTIONS ARE!
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Two of my all time favorites are Barney Miller and Hill Street Blues.

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Haven't heard of Hamms in dog years!
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Love that G and Mrs. M!
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@vj2057 wrote:

Too distracted to concentrate, but do manage to slip in the occasional Little House and have recently renewed my love affair with Richard Boone as Paladin.

 


I'm  with you on  "Have Gun Will Travel" -- aka Palladin. I loved it back in the 50s and 60s and it still holds up today.

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Yes, I am I watch Nanny and the Professor, and of course more old tv series, wish they put "Barretta"! back on. Smiley Happy

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Yes, I remember Nanny and the Professor. Nanny was a goat, right?
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