Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Day 4: TV Show

Now this is a good one... I'll break it down by age!

Late 70's-80's: I couldn't wait for the USA Cartoon Express on Saturday mornings. Add to that LOOOOOOONG list Jem, She-Ra, Monchichi's... the list could go on and on. I remember watching Charles in Charge, Different Strokes, Facts of Life and the one with Gary Coleman. I alway loved watching Dallas, Falcon Crest, Knots Landing and Dynasty with my mom. I think Falcon Crest was my fav. And who can forget the Cosby Show, Family Ties, Cheers, 3's Company, Golden Girls, Designing Women, and Growing Pains.

90's: ER and Friends, Quantum Leap, Rosanne, China Beach and Tour of Duty, Melrose Place, 90210, Beavis and Butthead, Ally McBeal, Ab. Fab., Mad About You and Will & Grace and the West Wing! Just about anything... I spent a lot of time in front of the TV, like most people my age.

00's: I've not been too happy with the introduction of "Reality TV" because there's nothing really real about them. However, with that said, I watched/watch the Osbourne's, Jackass & Dancing with the Stars, Say Yes to the Dress, J&K+8, Cake Boss, Deadliest Catch... think that wraps up my reality show lineup. Ms. Bristow made her appearance in Alias, we said goodbye to our Friends, welcomed a new batch of interns @ Grey's Anatomy which gave birth to a Private Practice. We tried House, Heroes and got really lost with Lost. The housewives got very desperate. And Rick Castle has become my new Monday night love. Wonder what's coming up next????


Troy Tegeder said...

So many great shows. I like how you did it by decade. Maybe I should start doing this. 90210 rocked!!

Anonymous said...

Holly, this is Cherie. I just found your blog on the HHS website. I HAD to comment on this post because you forgot Saved by the Bell!!!