I am a sinner.
- Sep 11, 2013
It's killing me. Not sure what show opening had it, but it's where the faces morph from young to old. 80's or 90's.
Yes, all those except for Hillbillies and Andy Griffith Show.Wonder Years, Brady Bunch, I Dream of Genie (Jeannie??), Bewitched, The Munsters, Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, The Beverly Hillbillies, Andy Griffith Show were all my jam. Probably dozens more.
I did go back a few years ago and watch literally all of Cheers on Netflix. Maybe the best sitcom of all time
I re-watched X-Files before the first new season from a few years back. That was a LONG watch. It was around 200 45 minute episodes.I grew up watching a lot of old re-runs too many to name. Plus the new shows my family would watch at the time. I’ve wanted to go back rewatch some old shows but my backlog of recent shows is huge!
Well I'm 30 so younger than you it seems! Also, Growing Pains was like my favorite show growing up. Never forget that Mike Seaver's best friend's name was Boner.Just how old are you people. Kidding mostly, but as someone who spent most of their late 80s/early 90s being babysat by my Grandma in the summer, I do remember watching a few. CHiPs was easily my favorite, along with Family Matters, The Cosby Show, Full House, Growing Pains. Taking a look at the following site brings back a lot of memories.
Collection of 1980's TV shows and series that aired in primetime television from 1980 to 1989 featuring cast lists, theme song lyrics, DVDs, trivia an...www.classic-tv.com
Edit: More coming to mind now like Rescue 911, Unsolved Mysteries, and Sliders. I remember a bit from Quantum Leap as well but not a lot.
I think I made it through 5 seasons when I tried that. Or whichever season was the last before the first movie. Got burnt out on it and would like to go back at some point.I re-watched X-Files before the first new season from a few years back. That was a LONG watch. It was around 200 45 minute episodes.