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Hi, hamilt14 and everyone on TV post: I have been reading everyones post and I am enjoying all. I surf the net and I have been surfing my connection with Time Warner, Netflix, Hulu,Amazon, and PBS Passport ect. Here are some things I foundI hope they will prove helpful. On Hallmark movies and Hallmark hd, Last Man Standing,The Golden Girls,Jessie Stone,Monk,Columbo,Murder She Wrote, and Diagnosis Murder are a few I found. On INSP I found Bonanza,Walker Texas Ranger, The Virgian, several cowboys. M.A,S.H. is on WGN. I also like to watch shows on the History Channel, two of my favorites are the Mountain Men and American Pickers. Over on Animal Planet I found a show that has nothing to do with animals but is fun to watch, Treehouse Masters.BBS has several good British shows and I now have ACORN TV which I like better than the other British APPS on ROKU. I am looking into TOBO to see if it will be better than my Killer internet TV bill. Once a month I still go into SHELL SHOCK when the bill shows up! I bet I am not alone. Hope this is helpful.

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retiredtraveler wrote:

DW and I have started going through Netflix offerings and are looking to watch older series we liked. We just started West Wing, for example. I think we'll put ER into the queue. 

   Do you guys like re-watching old series, or not as interesting to you second time around? 


I like "Becker" starring Ted Danson.  It's available on free over-the-air TV in St Louis.

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This week's TV Guide has a salute to their choice for the best evening lineup of all time. While they saluted NBC Thursdays (1993: Mad About You, Wings, Seinfeld, Frasier, and L.A. Law and 2007: My Name is Earl, 30 Rock, The Office, Scrubs, and ER, with Friends and Will & Grace helping anchor the night), their choice was CBS Saturday - 1973: Mission Impossible was gone (and Mannix, one of my favorites, had been moved go give MI the spot) and 1972 had been close: Mission Impossible's last year, with All in The Family, The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Bob Newhart Show. The "weak" spot: Bridget Loves Bernie - lasted one year. But, with a little tinkering,  1973's lineup:

All in the Family

M*A*S*H* (which had struggled, but now would become an institution)

The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

The Bob Newhart Show

The Carol Burnett Show (see M*A*S*H: Ditto)

 

Classics, all.

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I used to watch these shows too and then the Carol Burnett Show.  This was when good shows came on every night of the week...I miss those days!!

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I used to spend my Saturday nights watching Touched by an Angel and then Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman.  I can't find Touched by an Angel anywhere on tv, and Dr. Quinn comes on in the middle of the night.

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Er and St. Elsewhere are my favorite shows.  I watch them when they show up.

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My absoulte favorite has always been "Toched by an Angel", ever since the series and I still watch them on some DVDs I have.  I wish someone would bring the episodes back occasionally.  For me, they were uplifting, certainly can't hurt during our times right now.    gec

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@rc49566842 - in this fast and modern word..... an "F" and a "U" will do that for you. Smiley Wink

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Bleeped. David Carridine in Kong **bleep**??? Did it come up as a bad word? Sorry if it did. 

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George Burns & Gracie Allen. ALF, NYPD Blue, Kung **bleep**, 77 Sunset Strip (never thought I would see Kookie again)☺, and Abbott & Costello. 

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