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In the 90's, here in the UK, I had a massive thing for 'Playdays'. For a number of years, I never missed an episode. I think I got that upset when I started school that I threw tantrums over missing what I simply thought of as the best TV show ever.

 

More generic, well, I loved Rugrats. I was made to watch a lot of stuff like Power Rangers but that was down to my brother, not me(he always got first choice with the TV which always annoyed me-a long time up in my teens, I didn't get one hour to choose a TV programme, as my brother had it till half 8 and then my parent's had a rule that I had to give them control at 9 in the evenings, trust me, I hated that)! 

 

For a long time, I loved Playhouse Disney(now known as Disney Junior). My parents frequently said a 10 year-old shouldn't be watching it-I now understand my fascination with it more than I did back then!

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yay Repaid! Ultraman & Jonny Sokko....I used to RUN home from kindergarden to see Ultraman on time.....and Barney was always a big hit...at the firing range....you'd be surprised at what a Mossberg 12guage will do to a six foot tall stuffed animal :P

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Does anybody here remember out of the box?

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I loved GI Joe and Transformers. I loved Mighty Morphin Power Rangers until Kimberly was replaced with Katherine. Then I lost interest in the show.

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I loved GI Joe and Transformers. I loved Mighty Morphin Power Rangers until Kimberly was replaced with Katherine. Then I lost interest in the show.

My older brother had all the mighty morhpin power ranger VHS tapes and action figures. My mom had a custom made green ranger holloween costume for him, and the next year he was going to wear it again, but the day before Halloween the green ranger lost his powers! My mom stayed up all night making a white ranger costume. He was the talk of the neighborhood after that.

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I don't know if you can get antenna TV, but Small Wonders come on in the afternoon on Saturdays.

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Does anyone remember the big comfy couch?

I loved that show. It gave me an idea for a story. I am writing. I also loved Jem and the original Strawberry Shortcake

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I loved that show. It gave me an idea for a story. I am writing. I also loved Jem and the original Strawberry Shortcake

Yes! To this day when I have to clean I do a ten second tidy! I loved that show. When I'm bored I try to do the clock streches.

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You too. I thought I was the only one who did the ten second tidy.

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No, that was the best thing ever. That's the only way my mom could get me to clean as a kid.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cJa7P6dfmco

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You are right.

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Slime Time Live. Always wanted to get slimed.

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I was told that my early years included Captain Kangaroo and Seasame Street, however from age 5 - 11 we lived in Italy and in the late 70's there was no American TV, so other than the occasional movie, I didn't watch much. I did enjoy the Bugs Bunny & Road runner movie and Race for your life Charlie Brown about 100 times after we got a VCR. Boy, was I ever skinny thought!

After we returned to the States, I enjoyed such early-mid 80's shows as Transformers, Bugs Bunny, Dukes of Hazzard, and the classic Peanuts. The Mid 80's brought the A team, Knight Rider, Air Wolf, and Tales of the Gold Monkey. Yes, I love the 80's is more than just a VH-1 special.

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The good violent cartoons that have been banned now. Heckle and Jeckel  for starters. I did like the Captain

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Sky King and Rin Tin Tin back in the olden days, no cable, no dvr's, no blue rays, no vcr's no dvd's. Just 4 broadcast channels(cbs, nbc, abc and pbs) and 2 local independents. I never felt deprived.

 

Hugs,

Freta

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Roadrunner, Tom and Jerry, Batman, Little Rascals, The Three Stooges, and so much more :girl_happy: All so "violent" that entire generations of Americans had to be jailed for being "doubleplus ungoodthinkful" :P Early Sesame Street was neat- remember "The Mad Bomber" character on it? First season only and not in every episode, another 'too violent' character taken away from us :(  Bugs Bunny was the epitome of coolness with bad old Elmer Fudd making that "violent" too :huh: And all the 'bang-bang-shootem up' westerns :) I wanna six-shooter that shoots fifty shots without reloading too :lol: And a nice white horse that can run all day at a full gallop without working up a lather or pooping to go with it :roflmao: Later on there was "I Spy", "Man from U.N.C.L.E." and "Star Trek"  so we'd have more mature violence to watch.

 

Ruined the whole lot of us but it sure was fun getting ruined!

Bettypooh

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Sky King and Rin Tin Tin back in the olden days, no cable, no dvr's, no blue rays, no vcr's no dvd's. Just 4 broadcast channels(cbs, nbc, abc and pbs) and 2 local independents. I never felt deprived.

 

Hugs,

Freta

I remember Sky King but it was re-runs. We had two channels clear and one a little fuzzy from 6AM to midnight when they shut the stations down for the night- but we had the first color TV on the block which made up for that :P Bonanza and Gunsmoke were the first ones I remember in color, most shows were still B&W back then.

 

Bettypooh

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 I liked (and still like) Ghostbusters, GI Joe, original ninja turtles and Robotech.  Gotta add the Simpsons as well as we would rush home from a day at the lake to make sure that we could watch them every Sunday.

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@Repaid1 You mentioning Ultraman, and my alltime favorite commercial...

 

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My favorites were He man, She ra, Transformers, Jetsons, flintstones and the list goes on

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Mine were: the Lone Ranger, Sky King, Rin Tin Tin, and Roy Rogers. I detested Captain Kangaroo. I much preferred the Saturday morning cartoon shows to him.

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You Can't Do That on Television, Jonny Quest, Rugrats, Sesame Street, Muppets and Fraggle Rock

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I forgot Sgt Preston of the Yukon (and his dog King)

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Mine were westerns. Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Hopalong Cassidy, The Lone Ranger, Wild Bill Hitchcock.

There were several others but don't remember all the names.

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