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Old 10-29-2013, 12:29 AM   #31
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I always hated that Good times got more exposure than the Jeffersons
It may be time to move the Norman Lear shows to earlier or later in the evening. They shouldn't all be removed from the schedule though.

Catsrule, not that I'm a big Bewitched fan, but I might peak in here and there during the late-night encores. I don't usually watch TV at 6:00pm.
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Old 10-29-2013, 12:33 AM   #32
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It may be time to move the Norman Lear shows to earlier or later in the evening. I don't want them all removed from the schedule though.

Catsrule, not that I'm a big Bewitched fan, but I might peak in here and there during the late-night encores. I don't usually watch TV at 6:00pm.

The only lear shows that should be on Antenna TV is maude and the Jeffersons since they are not complete on DVD
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Old 10-29-2013, 04:12 AM   #33
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Never even made an attempt to move Benson to a better slot
hello
your wrong they did they gave benson a whole night
back when they was do block night from 7 -9
benson barney miller good times and i cant remember the rest bust each one had there own night of prime time time this was back a little bit when as i remember watching the block of benson and barney miller miller came on on thrusday i think
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Old 10-29-2013, 10:32 AM   #34
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your wrong they did they gave benson a whole night
back when they was do block night from 7 -9
benson barney miller good times and i cant remember the rest bust each one had there own night of prime time time this was back a little bit when as i remember watching the block of benson and barney miller miller came on on thrusday i think
No, Benson never had one of those blocks. It started out Sundays at midnight then moved to 11PM. It never aired more than an hour a week.
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i think it was in the summer time last year or so
i think they did i remember benson was on at that time but i think that was when they ran soap and benson back to back
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Old 10-29-2013, 06:03 PM   #36
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ok maybe i was wrong but i remember watching back to back eps of benson and it was not on sunday i dont think
and also watching back to back eps of barney miller
i remember it pissed me off because some of the block i did not want to watch and it left a hole with nothen to watch
thanks god i had vhs tapes to watch
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Old 10-30-2013, 05:17 PM   #37
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MWC has always been on at unwatchable times............4am/5am which was way before digital TV

last time I seen MWC at a watchable time was back in the 90's on my local channel


Sorry that you are still at the mercy of programmers but most of the rest of the world have jobs and money and can buy DVDs or pay for a DVR or DVD recorders. It must be hard being 30 years behind the times. Maybe if you save up you can buy one of them newfangled Betamax machines and learn how to timeshift. It's the latest craze!
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Old 10-30-2013, 07:01 PM   #38
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Plus, Solomon, Good Times came back into the syndication world on TBS in January of 2000. 5:05am in the morning. Would have gotten up in the morning to watch it? LOL.
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Benson, Soap, Barney Miller & WKRP should have had the daily treatment.
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Sorry that you are still at the mercy of programmers but most of the rest of the world have jobs and money and can buy DVDs or pay for a DVR or DVD recorders. It must be hard being 30 years behind the times. Maybe if you save up you can buy one of them newfangled Betamax machines and learn how to timeshift. It's the latest craze!


Actually my solution is to but another DVD recorder so i can watch TV one and record programs from the other TV
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Plus, Solomon, Good Times came back into the syndication world on TBS in January of 2000. 5:05am in the morning. Would have gotten up in the morning to watch it? LOL.


I didn't discover Good Times in syndication until the summer of 2002. THat was my first time seeing the show on TV since 1989/90 which is why i was so glued to the tube that summer


That was a memorable summer,

1.discovery of sitcomsonline
2.seeing Good times for the first time in 14 years
3. The summer marathons on nick@nite
4. Internet Access in my own home for the first time in life......webtv


Oh the memories lol
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Sorry that you are still at the mercy of programmers but most of the rest of the world have jobs and money and can buy DVDs or pay for a DVR or DVD recorders. It must be hard being 30 years behind the times. Maybe if you save up you can buy one of them newfangled Betamax machines and learn how to timeshift. It's the latest craze!
i was going to buy one of these u-matic so i could tape shows
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I didn't discover Good Times in syndication until the summer of 2002. THat was my first time seeing the show on TV since 1989/90 which is why i was so glued to the tube that summer


That was a memorable summer,

1.discovery of sitcomsonline
2.seeing Good times for the first time in 14 years
3. The summer marathons on nick@nite
4. Internet Access in my own home for the first time in life......webtv


Oh the memories lol
webtv i remember that
what ever happen to web tv ?
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Wow it's interesting for me because I'm a child of the 80's so the only show on AntennaTV I even care for at the moment is Diff'rent Strokes, all the other shows mentioned were A) Before my time or B) Dull and boring.

Sure wish they'd bring back Three's Company, Three's A Crowd and Too Close For Comfort.
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webtv i remember that
what ever happen to web tv ?


It ended on September 30, 2013 since it could no longer compete in the technology world
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