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Old 04-25-2017, 01:04 PM   #31
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A new cycle of Girl With Something Extra starts this Friday, I might start recording those too, I'm thinking about it.

They might be getting close to swapping something else in. Looks like this will be about the fifth cycle.
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Old 04-25-2017, 01:28 PM   #32
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They might be getting close to swapping something else in. Looks like this will be about the fifth cycle.

I think the schedule is going to stay the same at least till the end of May, after that they might change it.

The Mrs. G series is OK, it's interesting and some episodes tell a good story, I watch it but in my opinion it isn't worth recording. The episodes tend to be on the dull side and slow moving.

Another thing I like from Get TV is their block of variety shows on Monday nights. I like the Sonny And Cher Show repeats, and some of the other long unseen variety shows/specials that they air. Last night they showed the Friars Don Rickles roast from 1970, Henny Youngman was funny with some of his jokes.
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Old 05-11-2017, 07:30 PM   #33
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This could be completely wrong, but zap2it schedule for DC is showing the Ghost and Mrs. Muir replacing both Mrs. G. and Peter Loves Mary next week. I'm suspicious because the Baltimore Get TV listing isn't showing the change, but maybe they just haven't updated yet.
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Old 05-11-2017, 08:17 PM   #34
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This could be completely wrong, but zap2it schedule for DC is showing the Ghost and Mrs. Muir replacing both Mrs. G. and Peter Loves Mary next week. I'm suspicious because the Baltimore Get TV listing isn't showing the change, but maybe they just haven't updated yet.

No I think you're right, those dirty rotten scoundrels at Get TV are changing the schedule because the changes you mentioned are now showing up on the Get TV website too.

Well I guess that will be the end of recording Peter Loves Mary, as it turns out I will have recorded 27 of the 28 episodes they are airing, the only one I'll be missing is the episode titled Movie Star.

At least I'll still be able to record Girl With Something Extra, that show seems to remain on the schedule at least for now. But removing Peter Loves Mary from the schedule at this time really pisses me off. Lousy scumbags at Get TV could have waited till June before changing the schedule.

The main thing that Ghost & Mrs. Muir has going for it is that it's 1960's TV. But overall the show is dull and in my opinion it's not worth recording.

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Get TV also played some of the episodes of Mrs. G that they skipped the first time around. I was glad to fill in a couple gaps there. Speaking of which Peter Loves Mary episode Aptitude Test is scheduled for May 25, I didn't get this episode during the first run, don't know whether Get skipped it then or my recorder just messed up, but I hope to get it on the 25th. Also on the 25th is an episode of Girl With Sumpin' Xtra, "3 For the Road", I didn't get this one either, either because Get skipped it or my recorder messed up.
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Peter Loves Mary episode Aptitude Test is scheduled for May 25, I didn't get this episode during the first run, don't know whether Get skipped it then or my recorder just messed up, but I hope to get it on the 25th. Also on the 25th is an episode of Girl With Sumpin' Xtra, "3 For the Road", I didn't get this one either, either because Get skipped it or my recorder messed up.

As of this coming Monday the 15th, Peter Loves Mary is off the schedule so forget about recording it at least for the time being. There might be a chance the show will return at some point in the future, but next week it's being replaced with Ghost & Mrs. Muir. Girl With Something Extra remains on the schedule at least for now.

Thanks to Alan Brady's Hair for the heads up regarding this schedule change.
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The main thing that Ghost & Mrs. Muir has going for it is that it's 1960's TV. But overall the show is dull and in my opinion it's not worth recording.

The theme is the high point.
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Old 05-16-2017, 11:07 AM   #38
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I'm still irate with Get TV for changing the schedule in the middle of the month, they could have waited till June to change the schedule. I wonder if maybe they were getting bad comments from people about the Mrs. G. show and Peter Loves Mary to make such an abrupt change in the schedule. The Mrs. G. show I'm not concerned about, but I was recording Peter Loves Mary. At least I already had most of the episodes recorded, I'm only missing one episode from the ones they were showing. That's another thing I'm not happy about, they didn't air all 32 episodes, they skipped 4 of them for whatever reason. Maybe Get TV will put the Mrs. G. show and Peter Loves Mary back on the schedule at a later time, I'll check their website occasionally for any schedule changes.
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It looks like there will be no more Mrs. G. Goes To College airings on Get TV because the show has been removed from Get TV's website, it's no longer on their list of shows. Peter Loves Mary is currently still on the list so hopefully they will air episodes again in the near future.
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Old 07-12-2017, 02:21 PM   #40
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Well at least for the time being Peter Loves Mary won't be airing on Get TV because that show is now also no longer listed on the Get TV website. However, since I last posted here about a month ago, I was able to obtain the five episodes I was missing, and I now have all 32 episodes of the series.

Peter Loves Mary and the Mrs. G. show aired for only 8 weeks and then Get TV abruptly yanked them from the schedule, that's pretty bad. I seldom watch the channel now, the only shows they currently air that I like are the Sonny And Cher repeats and the occasional retro variety show airings, and they seem to be cutting back on those too.
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