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Old 09-24-2011, 03:28 AM   #1
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Question LAS on Me-Too Question

In anticipation of Love, American Style beginning this Monday on national Me-TV , I am curious to know from anyone in Chicago who watches LAS on Me-Too if they are using the old Paramount Split Rectangle logo with the Lalo Schifrin/Dominic Frontiere jingles or if they are plastered with CBS Television? From what I've seen, many shows on Me-TV seemed to retain original logos, thus preserving the integrity of their shows. Thanks for your input.
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Just saw today's episode and yes, it looks like I'll be seeing the classic Paramount Split Box on LAS, after all, which is great after seeing the CBS/Paramount Television logo on the DVDs all this time,
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Yes, they are using the 70s/80s prints of the syndicated reruns.
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Yes, they are using the 70s/80s prints of the syndicated reruns.
Thanks! It's too bad LAS will be going on hiatus after 4/13 from the National Schedule of Me-TV, What a bummer considering it hasn't been airing one whole year.
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Yes, a bummer--the show hasn't even gone to air one complete cycle! And I love the opening at this point in the reruns with all the fireworks actually being heard. But I've heard that this is just a hiatus...we'll see. Some other shows could stand reduced airings IMO.
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Yes, a bummer--the show hasn't even gone to air one complete cycle! And I love the opening at this point in the reruns with all the fireworks actually being heard. But I've heard that this is just a hiatus...we'll see. Some other shows could stand reduced airings IMO.
To think, I was looking forward to seeing stories like The Hand Maiden, End of the Line, Singing Suitor, etc. I sure hope it is an hiatus and that it returns to a more suited time slot on MeTV. Anyways, loved the fireworks opening also, as is reminds me of the Season 1 opening with the firework burst into the main titles. I've always loved the star-spangled animated opening as it went perfect with the open brass/flute or picolo intro.
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It still tickles me that at least one episode from Season 1 in syndication still has the Cowsills theme song--one wonders if that was intentional.
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It still tickles me that at least one episode from Season 1 in syndication still has the Cowsills theme song--one wonders if that was intentional.
I was shocked too when I saw "Love and the Bed" on Me-TV. Even though I have that segment in the Season 1 set, I recorded it anyway for that reason and a RARE still shot of the "More Love To Come" bumper. I give Me-TV props for retaining all the LAS bumpers and Paramount TV logos, thus retaining the nostalgic dignity of the show.
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LAS is among the primetime series Me now airs in their summer lineup -- so at least one night per week, we'll be able to watch. And hopefully they'll air the later segments they hadn't yet reached.
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i hope the show gets re-added to the daily schedule in the fall-- i want to see the later episodes as well.
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I saw an episode the other night with Regis Philbin on it. He looked so young but sounded the same. It was from 1969. I thought the episode was good.
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