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    ^that's alot of tv watching!
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    Quote Originally Posted by latinaforever View Post
    ^that's alot of tv watching!
    Thanks for pointing that out!

    Isn't it...though!?

    I've never really had that much of a life unfortunately...

    But yeah pretty much as a kid growing up (Since technology and other high tech things weren't as big...) if I wasn't outside playing with the neighborhood kids I guarantee I was inside watching ONE of those shows on my list!

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    But yeah...now since there's this internet phenomenon, chat, myspace and all of these message boards, etc I don't watch as much t.v anymore...BUT as soon as I'm 21 in September- no more 'no life' me! I will be hitting up ALL the bars and casinos! I can't wait...so until then...hehehe I guess I have more time to waste!

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    The Wonder Years, The Brady Bunch, Saved by the Bell, HR Pufnstuf, I Dream of Jeannie, ALF, Full House, Family Matters, Bewitched, Sesame Street.. Ah good old days, too bad tv is not the way it used to be. I'm sure there are others but I cant remember them all anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southernbelle View Post
    Alice in Wonderland (it was a live action show and the credits at the beginning showed this cool looking teenager Alice going through her mirror into Wonderland)
    Curious George
    Muppet Babies
    Rainbow Brite
    Popples
    Maple Town
    Eureeka's Castle
    The Elephant Show
    Are You Afraid of the Dark
    All That
    Rocko's Modern Life
    GUTS
    Legends of the Hidden Temple
    What Would You Do?
    Hey Dude
    Salute Your Shorts
    Clarissa Explains it All
    The Secret World of Alex Mack
    Wild and Crazy Kids
    Full House
    Dinner and a Movie with Annabel and Paul

    I don't remember the name of this one, but I think it was just called "Dinosaurs" or something. It was about a family of dinosaurs with a dad, a mom, a teenager, and a baby. It wasn't animated. I don't know if it was live action (people in mascot costumes) or some sort of puppets. I don't remember a lot about it other than the fact that I LOVED it.



    Yes, it was called Dinosaurs. I forgot about that show. I liked it too. I used to always hum the melody when it came on. For a clip, go to: http://www.retrojunk.com/details_tvshows/63-dinosaurs/
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    thanks pinkbunnyslippers!!! that really brought back memories!! i also forgot to add "Doug" and "Rugrats" to my favorite shows. I always liked the snobby characters. BiBi on Doug and Angelica on Rugrats were my favorite. I totally idolized Angelica and her gorgeous, bitchy, successful career-woman mother.

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    Oh yes I remember Dinosaurs- it had that mischevious little baby. I had the figurines, haha.



    Cute!

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    You can buy seasons 1 & 2 on ebay. I looked it up.
    The Muppet Show is available as well.
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    OMG!!

    Ok no laughing, remember all of this was the shit in my day...

    Thundercats
    Jem
    Rainbow Brite
    Kids Inc.
    Star Search (later)
    Double Dare (still watch it with my daughter)

    I can't think anymore ugh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKAMissy View Post
    I'm 22. What about u?

    I also watched Ghost Writer, Salute Your Shorts, Hey Dude, My So-Called Life, Alf, Saved By the Bell, California Dreams, Hang Time, Secret World of Alex Mack.
    Nineteen. I watched Saved By the Bell too. Were you also into Sweet Valley High?

    I remember the show Dinosaurs too because it was on late when I had insomnia. It sort of freaked me out, especially the grandma.
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    Punky Brewster...but my all time favorite show: 90210

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    The Rifleman, that's a blast from the past. The actor who played his son was Johnny Crawford, I think, also my first teevee crush. When I was really little, my faves were Wagon Train, later Twilight Zone, Thriller, I Love Lucy.
    Sky King was a very early one. Later I was on a Charlie's Angels kick, their hair and clothes were just so SO.
    Much later in life, I never missed a Zena or a Nikita. Now my fave is Kenny the Shark. I know I am older, but I am enjoying it a lot, much to my surprise

    How could I forget Star Trek, the first one. We used to light up and watch this, and have a great time...
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    I fricking LOVED, LOVED, Saved by the Bell, and i was disappointed that highschool wasn't like that... well there certainly wasn't any Zach Morris!

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    I know I'm going to forget some ...

    The Forest Rangers - Were Twitchy and I the only ones who watched this?
    Bewitched
    I Dream of Jeannie
    Mary Tyler Moore
    Rhoda
    Taxi
    Happy Days
    Laverne & Shirley
    Wonder Woman
    The Bionic Woman
    The Waltons
    Hill Street Blues - best cop show EVER!
    The Flintstones - best cartoon EVER!
    The Pink Panther - he was silent in the old ones, but apparently they have him talking in the newer episodes.

    There was also another show that I used to watch, but I can't remember the name of it. It was a high school sitcom with Karen Valentine, early 70's ... Room ???

    Edit: Room 222! Google is a beautiful thing.

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    I watched way too much tv as a kid, but here goes:

    My absolute fav was Dungeons and Dragons but i also liked:

    The Cosby Show
    Fame
    The Smurfs
    Yogi Bears Treasure Hunt
    Cockle Shell Bay
    Fraggle Rock
    Dogtanian and the Three Muskerhounds
    The Thundercats
    Supergran
    Grange Hill (when Ziggy and Zamo were in it)
    Degrassi Junior High (1980's)
    DuckTales
    Pole Position
    The Muppet Show
    Muppet Babies
    Going Live
    Rainbow

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoodyJenny86 View Post
    Bear with me-

    I've got one HELL of a list and if you were born in the 80s many of you might recognize a lot of these shows!

    (It's weird I was literally JUST talking to my BFF's bf about old shows we used to watch as kids and grew up with...and how much we miss them...*sigh* Nostalgia...)

    Anyways here we go (In no particular order):

    Nickelodeon:

    Doug
    Rugrats
    Babar
    Rocko's Modern Life
    Aaah! Real Monsters
    Kablaam!
    Ren and Stimpy
    The Busy World of Richard Scarry
    Inspector Gadget
    David the Gnome
    Heathcliff
    Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics
    The Adventures of Pete and Pete
    Hey Dude!
    Are You Afraid of the Dark?
    You Can't Do That on Television
    Welcome Freshman
    All That
    Kenan and Kel
    The Secret World of Alex Mack
    Clarissa Explains it All
    Salute Your Shorts
    GUTS
    Wild and Crazy Kids
    Family Double Dare
    What Would You Do?
    Legends of the Hidden Temple
    Figure it Out
    Weinerville
    My Brother and Me
    Gullah Gullah Island
    Allegra's Window
    Eureka's Castle


    Disney Channel:

    Dumbo's Circus
    Fraggle Rock
    The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
    Care Bears
    Chip 'N Dale's Rescue Rangers
    Tailspin
    Ducktales
    Gummi Bears
    Darkwing Duck
    Under the Umbrella Tree
    Alice in Wonderland (It was live-action! I LOVED it!)


    WB Kids (Fox 42 Kid's Club or something...):

    The Tick
    Freakazoid
    Hysteria!
    Tiny Toon Adventures
    Pinky and the Brain
    Goosebumps
    Eerie Indiana

    Various Cartoons (Not sure which station...):

    Garfield and Friends
    Captain Planet
    Mighty Mouse
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
    Strawberry Shortcake
    Pound Puppies
    Alvin and the Chipmunks
    Beetlejuice
    California Raisins
    Camp Candy
    Bobby's World
    Speed Racer
    The Smurfs
    The Snorks
    Richie Rich
    Wish Kid
    Super Mario Brothers
    The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show (My FAVORITE! =D)


    Other Favorite Shows:

    Full House
    Growing Pains
    Step by Step
    Family Matters
    The Golden Girls
    ALF
    Dinosaurs
    Kids Incorporated
    The Mickey Mouse Club

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    But yeah I remember ALL of these shows!

    I LOVED growing up in the 90s...BEST decade for television/cartoons EVER!

    I cringe at what the kids today have to watch...*shudder* minus one exception...Spongebob Squarepants!!! =)


    Whew! I'll come back if I can think of more to add! =D

    Great list. I watched ALL of those, too.

    A few more:
    Noozles (anybody remember this show?)
    Adventures of the Little Koala (or this one?)
    Maya the Bee
    Mystery Files of Shelby Woo
    Danger Mouse
    Little Bits
    Space Cases
    Mister Wizard
    Get the Picture
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