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Old 10-20-2017, 05:54 PM   #31
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Sure she's annoying at times. But she has a big heart. She's very good with Sport and I suspect with all kids. There was an episode this week where a little girl was mistakenly left behind by her parents at a gas station, and the little girl ran right to Hazel, who was warm and comforting.
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Sure she's annoying at times. But she has a big heart. She's very good with Sport and I suspect with all kids. There was an episode this week where a little girl was mistakenly left behind by her parents at a gas station, and the little girl ran right to Hazel, who was warm and comforting.

Today, an amber alert probably would have gone out, and a nationwide hunt ensued, complete with TV alerts. The parents would have been arrested for child neglect, of course.
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I'm kind of new to the board, but I'll just put my two cents worth. I think some of the frustration with Hazel's character probably comes from Hazel "burnout". Remember, originally you would have seen it only once a week even when they reran it in the summer. On FETV, we're getting two episodes five days a week (or is it six, don't remember). That said, Hazel running the household was kind of the running joke. In fact, that was rooted in the original one panel comic strip. However, Hazel did care about the family, and George realized that. In fact, ask this question to yourself: Would Hazel allowed Dorothy/Missy to have married George if she didn't like George. Like I said, not trying to start a fight, just giving my opinion on the matter.
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OK, you've crossed a line, put up your dukes. Just kidding. I stopped watching Hazel about 2 months ago after watching it literally for 30 years in a row on either a twice a week, or when I started 5 times a week but in the last decade it was down to once a week. It took me 30 years to not be burned out by the show but when I became enraged every time Hazel dis-obeyed Mr. B or went behind his back and did the opposite of what he wanted I literally would shout at the TV "You're Fired!" This went on for at least the last 4 years of watching Hazel. I would eat breakfast when watching and found myself swallowing my food before I chewed it I got so angry. It was time to walk away, just walk away from "helpful Hazel" for a while. I knew for my blood pressure's and digestion's sake I had to stop. But I plan to start watching again in a couple years. Hopefully the nerve medicine I got from Mr. Wilson will have kicked in by then.

I have never watched any of my favorite TV shows marathon style for the very reason talked about above, not wanting to get sick of the show, or as you all put it, getting burned out. Any show you watch one episode after another after another you are going to get sick of. At least I sure would. I like watching my classic TV shows once a week every day. I don't repeat one series more than once a week, I watch other shows the other 6 days of the week.

This way you get the side benefit of really looking forward to watching each different episode of a series when you only play it once a week.

Today I watched my Thursday shows, Leave It To Beaver, Peter Loves Mary & Lucy Show. Tomorrow I'm looking forward to my Friday breakfast companion, Bachelor Father.
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OK, you've crossed a line, put up your dukes. Just kidding. I stopped watching Hazel about 2 months ago after watching it literally for 30 years in a row on either a twice a week, or when I started 5 times a week but in the last decade it was down to once a week. It took me 30 years to not be burned out by the show but when I became enraged every time Hazel dis-obeyed Mr. B or went behind his back and did the opposite of what he wanted I literally would shout at the TV "You're Fired!" This went on for at least the last 4 years of watching Hazel. I would eat breakfast when watching and found myself swallowing my food before I chewed it I got so angry. It was time to walk away, just walk away from "helpful Hazel" for a while. I knew for my blood pressure's and digestion's sake I had to stop. But I plan to start watching again in a couple years. Hopefully the nerve medicine I got from Mr. Wilson will have kicked in by then.

I have never watched any of my favorite TV shows marathon style for the very reason talked about above, not wanting to get sick of the show, or as you all put it, getting burned out. Any show you watch one episode after another after another you are going to get sick of. At least I sure would. I like watching my classic TV shows once a week every day. I don't repeat one series more than once a week, I watch other shows the other 6 days of the week.

This way you get the side benefit of really looking forward to watching each different episode of a series when you only play it once a week.

Today I watched my Thursday shows, Leave It To Beaver, Peter Loves Mary & Lucy Show. Tomorrow I'm looking forward to my Friday breakfast companion, Bachelor Father.

Bachelor Father is one of the reasons Antenna TV will always have a special place in my heart. No FREE channel ever aired it and it was one of those 50s shows I thought would never see the light of day.

Nice you are taking a break from Hazel and giving yourself the opportunity to revisit some other fun shows. There are many out there!
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