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Old 03-21-2017, 12:40 PM   #16
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GetTV has a unique challenge: can these curiosities sustain interest through their marathon commercials? I checked in on both of the new entries several times this morning, each time came upon a direct marketing commercial that gave no sign of ending.

With the Mrs. G. show and the two shows that air after it, I noticed that GET TV is airing these in 40 minute time slots. So I believe that means the episodes are aired uncut, but you have to tolerate 15 minutes of commercials. GET TV also doesn't crunch the closing credits, although I noticed in the 1st episode of Mrs. G. there was no music during the closing credits. I thought that was strange.

I prefer what GET TV is doing, I can live with the commercials if they extend the time slot to air the entire episode. It's better than Antenna TV's method of airing edited episodes and credit crunches.

Speaking of GET TV, last night they had two episodes of Sonny And Cher Comedy Hour, an episode of Van Dyke And Company, and an episode of Johnny Cash And Friends. I didn't care all that much for the Johnny Cash Show, I'm not really a Johnny Cash fan but he did have Roy Clark on, I've always liked Roy Clark he's a great guitar player. The two Sonny And Cher Shows brought back some memories, V.A.M.P....Vamp. I had never seen Van Dyke And Company before but it was interesting, the episode that aired was the one with Lucille Ball as guest star.
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Old 03-21-2017, 01:28 PM   #17
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I haven't seen it yet because it's on at 1AM on Saturdays. I don't get how My Mother the Car and It's About Time both started out at decent enough times, and Good Morning, World which only had one season just like MMTC but not It's About Time, didn't somehow. I do want to see it though.

Good Morning, World is worth taking a look at, it just isn't a favorite show of mine. But I like 1960's sitcoms so I'll watch almost any sitcom from that era. If the show comes on at a time that isn't convenient for you, maybe you can record the episodes and watch them later?
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Old 03-21-2017, 01:31 PM   #18
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Good Morning, World is worth taking a look at, it just isn't a favorite show of mine. But I like 1960's sitcoms so I'll watch almost any sitcom from that era. If the show comes on at a time that isn't convenient for you, maybe you can record the episodes and watch them later?

I mean I have a recorder but haven't recorded GMW yet. I probably will this week. I hope that Antenna gets more short-lived sitcoms like those so we can give them a look.
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Sorry Zoneboy, you're just gonna have to take whatever I say as law. If I say it you can quote it, only give me the credit. By the way, even more considered common courtesy is not to look for a fight where it doesn't exist. Those people are called Trolls. Heavens, I just know that couldn't be you.
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Well, Zoneboy, as if it wasn't already obvious, but the need for such a special alarm as "Now Hear This" is that the show begins 3 hours from now and when I wrote it it was to begin in less than 12 hours. There was obviously a URGENT call to arms to anyone who wants to watch this show. Now if you're not interested, fine, but to those that are then there was a definite need for such an alert.

As for your preference to read all about it, the show will have been long over by the time you find your official article. But keep looking to read all about it, the rest of us will watch the show instead. Sheesh, some people really do as Andy would say "beat all".


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I mean I have a recorder but haven't recorded GMW yet. I probably will this week. I hope that Antenna gets more short-lived sitcoms like those so we can give them a look.

Two short lived 1960's sitcoms that come to mind for me are Hey Landlord and OK Crackerby. Both shows have a few episodes available for viewing on You Tube.

Hey Landlord had one full season, 31 episodes. OK Crackerby lasted only a half season, 17 episodes. OK Crackerby isn't that great of a show, but it stars Burl Ives and I've always liked him, so I'm interested to see this show despite the fact it didn't succeed.
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Couple comments. I agree, I'd rather Get TV give these rare shows 40 minute time slots even if it means they're loaded with endless commercials but contain uncut episodes. I record all these shows and never watch them live so I skip right thru all the horrible commercials (I wish they were commercials for Tide or Pepsi, but it's nothing but one horror scene or situation after another, more reason not to watch these shows live).

As for Good Morning World, this is the show I saw when it was originally on that made me want to be a radio announcer. Never thought about spinning records before but it looked so fun on this show I had a career in mind from the time I was 9 years old. This show is available on DVD too, it came out several years ago and I watched these DVDs a year or 2 ago. The show is still as good as I remembered it. It features a sweet young and funny Goldie Hawn and one of my favorite characters Billy DeWolfe, he had a funny way of talking and saying certain phrases, "Busy, busy, busy". Yes, I love this show too.
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Sorry Zoneboy, you're just gonna have to take whatever I say as law. If I say it you can quote it, only give me the credit. By the way, even more considered common courtesy is not to look for a fight where it doesn't exist. Those people are called Trolls. Heavens, I just know that couldn't be you.

Why should I take anything you post as law with nothing to back-it-up? Also, asking for a link or your source isn't trolling you. Regardless of that, I unfortunately can't pick up GET TV well enough to watch it, but I hope you're enjoying the show.
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