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What is your favorite 70's-80's television show?

Asked by digitalimpression (9915points) December 19th, 2011
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What qualifies it as your favorite?

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Harold's avatar

Kingswood Country-

Classic Australian Comedy

digitalimpression's avatar

@Harold Based on the cheesy intro, I really have to watch that!

jazmina88's avatar

I really liked Laugh In. Funny bits!

Harold's avatar

@digitalimpression – We like to laugh at ourselves here. It is a real send up of bigoted Australian men.

digitalimpression's avatar

@Harold I’ve noticed based on my very limited travels through Australia that you’re absolutely right. Sometimes I catch myself wishing my country was a bit more like yours.

Harold's avatar

@digitalimpression – We have our bad points too, but yes, I wouldn’t live anywhere else.

Blueroses's avatar

Mary Tyler Moore. I used to watch it on Nick at Nite and bought the DVDs when they came out. It’s still hilarious and better written than most new shows.

mazingerz88's avatar

TJ Hooker
Battlestar Galactica
Knight Rider
St. Elsewhere
LA Law
The Incredible Hulk
The Electric Company
The Six Million Dollar Man
Bionic Woman
Three’s Company
Golden Girls
Sesame Street
Night Stalker

digitalimpression's avatar

@mazingerz88 Wow, you watched a lot of tv!

lillycoyote's avatar

If you’re going to limit me to just one, to just one favorite, I would have to say M.A.S.H. because it was just such a good show. It had a little bit of everything, It could be hilarious, deeply moving sometimes, and have cutting edge, biting satire and commentary sometimes.

peytonx3x's avatar

MASH, The Golden Girls, Monty Python’s Flying Circus.

judochop's avatar

Perfect Strangers.
Silver Spoons.
Love Boat.
Dukes of Hazzard.
Punky Brewster.
You Can’t Do That On Television.

Jeruba's avatar

The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Lou Grant

and, a bit later,
Star Trek: The Next Generation

If shows like these were still around, I might not have given up watching TV more than ten years ago.

zenvelo's avatar

Taxi and WKRP in CIncinatti

mazingerz88's avatar

@digitalimpression Come to think of it, yes, I did watch a lot of TV! Lol. And I just have to add, after seeing @judochop‘s post, Love Boat! That opening song always did make me feel so goooood…

smilingheart1's avatar

Barney Miller! Boy were they “back to the future”

filmfann's avatar

Barney Miller
Monty Python’s Flying Circus
Police Squad

Blueroses's avatar

My favorite show of the eighties was Quantum Leap. I can still hear the theme song and Sam saying “Oh, boy.”

Neizvestnaya's avatar

Kung Fu

digitalimpression's avatar

@Blueroses I’ve always sort of hoped that they would remake quantum leap without changing it too much. Great show.

Blondesjon's avatar

The Young Ones

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