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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    OMG! Clinks, I watched SWAT and Emergency too!! And Adam 12.

    I watched game shows, Family Affair, Gidget, Gilligan's Island, Bewitched, and of course cartoons!! And of course mid-day, I had to watch my mom's soaps.


    Hey Matt, they have Wait til your Father Gets Home on Boomerang late at night. I've watched it a few times. I used to watch it all the time.
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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    Youtube is blocked here at work. (seems they haven't discovered Micechat yet! LOL)

    I remember Love American Style and Get Smart.

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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    So many...

    The Andy Griffith Show
    I love Lucy
    The Brady Bunch
    $20,000 Pyramid
    Match Game

    Those are the ones I remember most but there were plenty.

    Of course, I had a "stay-at-home" mom and at some point in the day, the TV was turned to soap operas which I never allowed myself to be sucked into. At that point, I would read or sleep.
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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    Those were all great shows. Thanks for the memories!


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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    Press Your Luck, Price is Right, I Love Lucy, Dukes of Hazzard.... and Mtv (back in its heyday when they still showed videos and the music didn't suck).

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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    I don't know why, but, seeing some of the show clips made me feel like crying! I think it's because it was from a much happier time in my childhood...prior to my mom's death, when I was 9.

    I watched:

    Andy Griffith
    Dick Van Dyke
    Courtship of Eddie's Father
    Hazel
    I Dream of Jeannie
    Wallace & Ladmo (an AZ t.v. show for kids that was on for 35+ years)
    Family Affair
    Nanny & the Professor

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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    I grew up with so many classic TV shows of the 50s, 60s, and 70s that I can't even recall them all, but most of the ones that have been mentioned so far are ones I enjoyed. Modern daytime TV is so stale in comparison to the way it used to be. The few independent TV stations that are left do sometimes have a good selection of classics, though.

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    I agree TDF, you can't even find re-runs of Gilligans Island anymore. They are too busy showing shows like Becker and King of Queens. WTH is up with that? My kids need to know the greatness of Gilligan and why not even the Harlem Globetrotters and astronauts could save them.

    Also adding: The Twilight Zone

    And Press Your Luck!!! NO WHAMMIES!!!!


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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    I love Lucy.
    The Addams Family
    Little House on the Prairie


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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    Quote Originally Posted by aimster View Post
    Press Your Luck
    I want to say very good choice. I love Press Your Luck too. I loved it especially back in 9/11. I viewed Game Show Network alot that week. Yes, I was sick that week (staying on topic).

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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    Miyoshi Umeki who played Mrs. Livingston on The Courtship of Eddie's Father just recently passed away (August 28, 2007).

    Was Press Your Luck the game show with 'no more whammeys'? If so I loved that one.

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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    pratt, did you read through the board? Yes that was the same.

    As for today's stay-at-home for sickness, there really isn't much to view there on the over-the-air channels. Court shows, Jerry Springer, Maury ("You are not the father!"), no kids shows during the daytime hours...man, it really sucks.

    Nowadays, I'd rather be on the interwebs than watch what's on over-the-air these days or head to the library and borrow a good video/DVD or book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motorboat Cruiser View Post
    So many...
    The Andy Griffith Show
    I love Lucy
    The Brady Bunch
    $20,000 Pyramid
    Match Game

    Those are the ones I remember most but there were plenty.
    Of course, I had a "stay-at-home" mom and at some point in the day, the TV was turned to soap operas which I never allowed myself to be sucked into.
    Match Game!! I wondered if someone was going to name that one - I loved that show, and it made it 'worth it' to be home sick.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vE4HqEToGw

    all those great A.M. game shows (Card Sharks, Concentration, Beat the Clock, Let's Make A Deal) ending with
    Hollywood Squares
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsvBZi5XpEM
    TattleTales
    Dark Shadows (which my stay-at-home Mom never allowed us to watch, so I had to turn the Zenith TV - which was wheeled into my room when I was sick - down real low so she wouldn't hear the eerie music...)
    Nanny and the Professor
    The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (more Charles Nelson Reilly!)
    The Flying Nun (Alejandro Rey!!)
    Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin - I loved listening to the stories...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wHkA_983_s
    OK, I was a precocious kid, who liked watching hunky Latins and funny gay men; in other words, nothing has really changed!
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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    Mike Douglas.

    And I remember watching Dinah Shore. She had a talk show too about the same time Mike Douglas was on.

    And the Galloping Gormet.

    And Jack LaLane. "Breathe in and breathe out", and you would hear the glissando on the organ going up and down.

    And Wonderama. Although I think that was on the weekends, but I still remember it.

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    Re: Sick day t.v. shows

    I loved Card Sharks -- Higher!! Lower!! Stay!!

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