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There are so many TV Shows I have enjoyed over the years but the one that stands out to me is M*A*S*H. It was and still is so enjoyable to watch.  I enjoy The Nanny and Frazier and Love Boat from the past.  Today I never miss Nashville and The Curse of Oak Island.  I miss American Idol!

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Peyton Place (long time ago), Rich Man Poor Man, Currently: Blue Bloods, Chicago Fire, Law & Order SUV, Deadliest Catch, Ice Road Truckers


Rich Man Poor Man (1976) was an excellent mini-series, and one of the early ones to popularize the format on American TV. Some other popular American mini-series that followed - Roots (1977), Centennial (1978-79), The Thornbirds (1983), North & South (1985-1994), Lonesome Dove (1989) to name a few.

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I love the Honeymooners.  The show was so good that they essentially copied it for the Flintstones cartoon show.  I think that the "$99,000 Answer" episode is the single funniest episode of any television show I've ever seen.

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I loved the show The West Wing -- I felt it was superbly written, and gave interesting insight as to how the White House works.  I own the entire 7-season set!

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Peyton Place (long time ago), Rich Man Poor Man, Currently: Blue Bloods, Chicago Fire, Law & Order SUV, Deadliest Catch, Ice Road Truckers

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The Flying Nun , Bewitch and The Golden Girls.  How can you go wrong. Funny and you can watch repeat s and still chuckle!

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The Flying Nun , Bewitch and The Golden Girls. 

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Over ALL time? Just one? Wow, that is difficult.  Also, for what stage of my life? As a young child, I would say Mister Rogers Nieghborhood and Captain Kangaroo, as a Pre-Teen, Heidi Wild Wild West,  Man From Uncle and Gilligan's Island. As a teen, Star Trek,The Avengers, Perry Mason reruns with an honorable mention for a Brit series known as UFO. And as an Adult, well, still Star Trek, MASH,Home Improvement, Perry Mason TV movies, The Bob Newhart Show (Both series), Doctor Who and Law and Order.  

 

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