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Old 07-15-2012, 02:19 PM   #91
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Peyton Place. That's a show I wish I could see again. I didn't see when it was first on for I was too young but I did see some of it about 25 years ago and thought it was pretty good. Yeah I do think for a little child it may have been a bit too much to understand
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I wasn't restricted from watching anything, probably because when I was little I was in bed when the "adult" shows were on.
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I probably wouldn't be forbidden from seeing this Show, except when I was four to six years of age this one came on at 1:00 AM, and I believe it was my Father's SECOND Favorite TV Western after Bonanza (Which I watched with him every Sunday evening).

Anyhow, at 1:00 AM on weeknights I'd get BLASTED out of my bed with this little Jingle:

Da Daa, Da Da Da Dah Daaa, LAWMAN!Da Da Da Dah dada Dah!

I have manage to procure this gem of a series on DVD, albiet from an illicit source.
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The shows I weren't allowed to watch, were shows geared towards mature adults, and adult shows. Everything else I was allowed to watch
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The shows I weren't allowed to watch, were shows geared towards mature adults, and adult shows. Everything else I was allowed to watch
Thanks for the vague non-answer about WHICH SHOWS you were forbidden to watch.
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my folks never let me watch SNL but i was usually watching American Gladiators instead i remember when Wheel Of Fortune at least on my ABC station in 88 the Saturday reruns were on at 11:30 opposite SNL so i watched Wheel instead too
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i cant remember any other shows i was forbidden to watch but i do remember watching a episode of China Beach about abortion i do remember that while Dana Delany as Nurse Colleen stated her opposition to abortion in the episode, my mom told me that my folks in church would take some flack from me for watching that episode
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I was not allowed to watch Freddy's Nightmares. Same thing with Friday the 13th. Both of those shows were too violent for me to watch.
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I was never prevented from watching certain shows, but I remember on the weekends when I was about seven or eight, I stayed up late to see the Playboy After Dark show, when Hugh Hefner and his guests had a variety show with plenty of entertainers and musicians. I was VERY disappointed that it wasn't what I hoped.
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I probably wouldn't be forbidden from seeing this Show, except when I was four to six years of age this one came on at 1:00 AM, and I believe it was my Father's SECOND Favorite TV Western after Bonanza (Which I watched with him every Sunday evening).

Anyhow, at 1:00 AM on weeknights I'd get BLASTED out of my bed with this little Jingle:

Da Daa, Da Da Da Dah Daaa, LAWMAN!Da Da Da Dah dada Dah!

I have manage to procure this gem of a series on DVD, albiet from an illicit source.
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My dad didn't let me watch that either in its last season, claiming it was "sick humor" for whatever reason Now I've bought the full series on DVD. I can watch it as much as I like.
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All the time. Too many shows for me to remember now which ones I wanted to watch but wasn't allowed to. I think some of the ones I wanted to watch as a boy I have no interest in watching now. Funny how you change sometimes when you grow up.
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ones i remember
blossom watched the beginning then it kind of gotten dirty
the simpsons it was clean then it gotten dirty
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& anything on mtv!!
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