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    Marus Welby MD was one of my favorite shows.

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    I clearly remember the theme from The Rockford Files being played on a.m. rock stations. Also the theme from Welcome Back Kotter. Probably some others I can't remember at this moment.


    "The Rockford Files" is a 1975 instrumental by Mike Post and co-composer Pete Carpenter. The song is the theme from the TV series The Rockford Files starring James Garner. It appears at the opening and ending of each episode with different arrangements. Throughout the show's tenure, the theme song went through numerous evolutions, with later versions containing a distinct electric guitar-basedbridge section played by session guitarist Dan Ferguson.[1].The song spent four months on the charts and in August 1975 became a Top 10 hit in the U.S. (#10, for two weeks)[2] and in Canada (#8). It was also a Top 20 Adult Contemporary hit in both nations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeartShapedBox View Post
    Marus Welby MD was one of my favorite shows.
    I loved the nurse that worked for him. Her character was funny.

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    I marathoned "In The Heat of the Night" a few weeks ago. The show was gritty and sweaty and just oozed the old South. My grandfather was a big fan and it reminds me of him, especially since he looked like Carroll O'Connor with a tan.
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    I liked Quincy too.

    I used to coast by "In the Heat of the Night" but that very realism about the sweaty grittiness of the South is exactly what made me keep channel surfing right past.

    Do Charlie's Angels and Magnum PI count?
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    My sister won't stop watching the old "Perry Mason" episodes. I hate that show, but she loves it. She also watches, "I Love Lucy," whenever it comes on. She's seen every episode at least a thousand times.

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    I used to love "Hart to Hart", when Robert Wagner was more respectable and nobody wondered if he actually offed his wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    I liked Quincy too.
    I liked Quincy, too. I feel like it was the granddaddy of all these CSI NCIS kind of shows where solving the murder has a heavy forensics aspect. It was also the show that first introduced me to Tourette's -- very educational.

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    I used to love "Hart to Hart", when Robert Wagner was more respectable and nobody wondered if he actually offed his wife.
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    I really liked "Hart to Hart". It's going to sound weird but when I was a kid, I felt like they were a really aspirational couple -- not necessarily because they were rich and good looking. But because I felt like they were co-equals in the relationship. He respected her. It really (positively) affected my way of thinking about relationships. I didn't want a little woman around the house. I wanted a co-conspirator who would go on adventures with me. And I got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    I liked Quincy too.

    I used to coast by "In the Heat of the Night" but that very realism about the sweaty grittiness of the South is exactly what made me keep channel surfing right past.

    Do Charlie's Angels and Magnum PI count?
    Magnum was an eighties show, though, wasn't it?

    One of my all time favorite Magnum scenes, though:

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    My roommates and I never missed The Mod Squad...


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    Peggy Lipton was very pretty. Rashida looks like her quite a bit.

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    I think I could stare at that Mod Squad shot of Peggy Lipton all day. The photo below of Lipton with Quincy Jones helps me realize he was actually a really good-looking guy before he became a deranged old coot!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ShimmeringGlow View Post
    I marathoned "In The Heat of the Night" a few weeks ago. The show was gritty and sweaty and just oozed the old South. My grandfather was a big fan and it reminds me of him, especially since he looked like Carroll O'Connor with a tan.
    Plus, it had Alan Autry. 😉. Loved me some Bubba Skinner!
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    I have an enormous soft spot for Emergency and can watch it for hours. And I love Randolph Mantooth. I loved it when I was a kid, too. And I loved CHiPs. I've caught a few of the Colombo movies recently and they're really funny. "One more thing..." I loved Rockford Files and the theme song. And Quincy.

    I don't really remember McCloud very well, but it's a running gag on MST3K, so it always makes me laugh when I hear it.



    I just watched that and I'm laughing like a moron.
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