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    When I was relatively young I watched Quantum Leap, Are You Being Served?, All In The Family, Three's Company, I Love Lucy, The Wonder Years, Frasier, Mr. Bean, and Benny Hill. That was probably when I was about 8 or so. I had no life XD; I'm 19 now.
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    Oh, goody, a humongous list.

    I was glued to the TV-screen as a teenager, so I have lots of favourites. Different genres. Many of them have already been mentioned here.

    Why did I watch them? Too many to go through individually. Probably as an escape. Trying to experience something I could never experience myself nor want to either. Seeing different situations, how the characters handle them, what they learn and imagining how I would act in similar situations. Basically, I was like a sponge, learning from fictional circumstances, from situations where I would never want to find myself in and be safe in my own living room while going through the emotions.

    The Outer Limits
    Ally McBeal
    Daria
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    Angel
    Sex and the City
    Friends
    Felicity
    Babylon 5
    Stargate SG-1
    Quantum Leap
    Mad About You
    Blossom
    Full House
    Life Goes On
    Road to Avonlea
    The Simpsons
    Seinfeld
    My So-Called Life
    Dharma & Greg
    Beverly Hills 90210
    Saved by the Bell
    Little House on the Prairie
    I Love Lucy
    ER
    Chicago Hope
    Alias
    Nanny
    Gilmore Girls
    Cheers
    The Cosby Show
    Touched by an Angel
    Law & Order
    Highlander
    Knight Rider
    Star Trek: The Next Generation
    NYPD Blue
    3rd Rock from the Sun
    Home Improvement
    Beavis and Butthead
    The Golden Girls
    Baywatch
    Northern Exposure
    MacGyver
    Matlock
    Murder, She Wrote
    That 70s Show
    The A-Team
    L.A. Law
    The Pretender
    Married...with Children
    The X-Files

    Not to mention the all the humongous dramas that lasted for years and still keep on going I used to watch.

    Good times, probably worsened my eyesight considerably but still, good times, indeed. And where else would I learn English from.

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    Married With Children is one of my favorites too. And South Park.
    Daria was on my list too <3 I'm into Dexter now
    I don't watch much television though. I have more pressing stuff to do I guess. Don't ask me what though.
    Oh and I had to stop watching the bachelorette when I saw the chick making awful choices and defending them. That was just awful.
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    List of Shows I Watched & Still Watch Online Occasionally:

    Seinfeld
    Daria
    Will & Grace (I hate to admit it, though)
    My So-Called Life
    Wonderfalls
    Gilmore Girls
    In Living Color
    Pushing Daisies (Does this even count as "the past"?)


    Most of the other stuff I watched I grew out of because of bad acting or the realization that I wasn't a part of the target audience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunesnet View Post
    Pushing Daisies (Does this even count as "the past"?)
    It was cancelled, and it's the best show of the 00's, so it should count.
    "How can I be, all I want to be,
    When all I want to do is strip away these stilled constraints
    And crush this charade, shred this sad, masquerade"
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGeq5v7L3WM

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    Twin Peaks
    Freaks & Geeks
    Arrested Development
    Early 90's Nickelodeon
    Unsolved Mysteries

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    Oooo Oooo

    Arrested Development!

    and Freaks & Geeks!!

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    I don't watch tv anymore, I don't even have one in my appartment. As has been said before, it's mostly crap nowadays, except for documentaries and the news.

    I used to watch Seinfeld as a teenager.
    This hour has 22 minutes and The Red Green Show were some favourites as well, but that's CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). I loved them because they helped me get a better understanding of my Canadian folk.
    Street Cents was cool and instructive. Smart ad parodies.

    As a cartoon, I really loved Doug.

    I have tender memories of watching animal documentaries snuggling close to my father as a child. Especially Jacques Cousteau's expeditions. My scuba diver brother would often join us, and that was very special.

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    I forgot about Saved By the Bell (how could I!!!)....everyone I know in the 25-30 age group loved that show...well, particularly women.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    Canadian shows:

    Beachcombers - Can't remember the plot line, although I think it was set on the coast in BC. Just remember Jesse was one of the first native people on a regular TV show.

    The Littlest Hobo - About a seemingly homeless do-gooder German Shepherd who always came across people just when they needed him most. The MacGuyver of dogs.

    Degrassi Jr. High - Whoa! Remember when Spike had a baby in Grade 7?
    Scan-da-lous!

    Flipper - Oo - About a dolphin and the two children of a single marine biologist dad. Was more entertaining (then at least) than it sounds now.

    North of 60 - Really bad Canadian soap/drama set in Northern ??? on a reserve. However one of the actors was from one of our local reserves and another one was the MLA for the area of the rez where I spent the last five years.

    This Hour Has 22 Minutes - good political satire

    Corner Gas - Great commentary on average little Saskatchewan town. Main character hails from Tisdale, Saskatchewan whose little jingle on TV when I was growing up was "Tis-dale, the land of rape and honey" (Rape was the commonly used word for canola. Still not quite sure how that was supposed to draw tourists...)

    Other:

    After school shows: Happy Days, Gilligan's Island, Beverly Hillbillies, Green Acres, Family Ties, The Cosby Show, Blossom, Full House

    Saturday Morning: Loony Toons, Abbot and Costello

    Childhood: MacGuyver, Night Rider, Matlock, Different World, Cheers, Night Court, Three's Company (my folks didn't like us watching Night Court and Three's Company though, but my sister and brother always watched it when they babysat). Disney on Sunday nights. Little House on the Prairie.

    Later: Seinfeld, ER, Gilmore Girls, Friends (its first year), Dharma and Greg (what a dumb way to have ended the series!), Law and Order

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