#101 Posted by OrwellHuxZam (149 posts) -

The Twilight Zone, All in the Family, and Twin Peaks.

#102 Edited by SiMMENS (16 posts) -

Air Wolf

#103 Posted by Jawshua (289 posts) -

Either Gilligans Island or The Brady Bunch. I remember watching those all the time as a child.

#104 Posted by Coolarman (1045 posts) -

Star Trek TNG

Sanford and son

#105 Posted by Stonyman65 (3080 posts) -

Get Smart and/or the A-Team.

#106 Posted by rentfn (1380 posts) -

Twilight Zone and Monty Python's Flying Circus

#107 Posted by Jeust (11563 posts) -

@hamst3r said:

The Twilight Zone.

The Twilight Zone, Dr. Who, and Monty Python are frontrunners.

Twilight Zone

@coafi said:

Twilight Zone and Lupin the 3rd.

Twilight Zone!

#108 Posted by HistoryInRust (6649 posts) -

A struggle for me, choosing between Mork and Mindy or Newhart.

#109 Posted by heis24 (46 posts) -

Lancelot Link. Who doesn't love primates in lipstick and on roller skates.

#110 Posted by RioStarwind (692 posts) -

Off the top of my head I would say I enjoyed I love Lucy the most although I could list a ton of shows I used to watch on Nick at night.

#111 Edited by OldGuy (1608 posts) -

<pedant mode: ON> 1) Looney Tunes and The Three Stooges are NOT TV shows. They are shorts that were created to run before and between movies (along with short subjects, newsreels and previews) back in the Pleistocene era before TV (as a large scale enterprise) existed (though cartoon shorts created to play in movie theaters hung on until the mid sixties). So those of you who picked them need to choose again. <pedant mode: OFF>

2) I'm old enough that the ONLY show I've seen listed so far that I could pick is I Love Lucy... While I appreciate the foundation setting it (and The Honeymooners) laid... it is not it for me...

Which brings us to:

Your Show of Shows

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or... The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show

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I refuse to decide.

#112 Edited by HerbieBug (4228 posts) -

The Prisoner.

#113 Posted by Andorski (5469 posts) -

I Love Lucy is king.