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Old 02-21-2014, 07:40 PM   #16
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still waiting for Antenna TV to do one of the two things below

1. Remove one of the Norman Lear shows

2. Add a new sitcom from the 70's
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OH NUTS, I can see your point. I think Antenna is a great TV Channel but no matter how great a station, you may find fault with it once in a while.
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OH NUTS, I can see your point. I think Antenna is a great TV Channel but no matter how great a station, you may find fault with it once in a while.


It's far from great because it stays the same too long
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Old 02-24-2014, 11:51 PM   #19
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I like antenna TV better then me TV me TV show too many old westerns then when they show comedy's it on the weekends or early in the mornings I enjoy antenna TV I think the seclude looks lot better I wish they would get ride of I dream of Jennie and bewitched much as I like those two show they been played to death on classic networks they were on TV land and they showed them on me TV for a while how about court ship of eddies father or gomer pyle how about the munters or my favorite Martian?
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METV still has rights to Gomer Pyle. as Gomer pyle is shown on sunday morning on some of their affilate on the alt shows instead of the E/I
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still waiting for Antenna TV to do one of the two things below

1. Remove one of the Norman Lear shows

2. Add a new sitcom from the 70's

I wish they would get Nanny & the Professor. That series is a perfect complement to Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie. The Brian Keith Show would be nice to have as well. And let's see maybe Welcome Back, Kotter -- especially if they can get the later seasons.

I'd also like to see The Ghost and Mrs. Muir as far as older stuff. And here's an offbeat request: The Governor and J.J. (Julie Sommars).
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I wish they would get Nanny & the Professor. That series is a perfect complement to Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie. The Brian Keith Show would be nice to have as well. And let's see maybe Welcome Back, Kotter -- especially if they can get the later seasons.

I'd also like to see The Ghost and Mrs. Muir as far as older stuff. And here's an offbeat request: The Governor and J.J. (Julie Sommars).


Anything besides the same SH*T year after year
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I already have all of Three's Company on DVD but it's good to find it on TV and I hope it gets more viewers to tune in rather than reruns of Full House and Martin.
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I already have all of Three's Company on DVD but it's good to find it on TV and I hope it gets more viewers to tune in rather than reruns of Full House and Martin.


So do I but it will be great to fall back and watch the show at 12 midnight
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still waiting for Antenna TV to do one of the two things below

1. Remove one of the Norman Lear shows

2. Add a new sitcom from the 70's

Well they have been airing AITF and Maude for a long time, and while I like almost all of Lear's shows, I do think it's time for one (or two!) to go.

As for your #2 there are many great choices. I'd do cartwheels if it were Room 222.

Still, considering how shi**y some of the cable channels are, that you have to pay for no less- and compare them to F-R-E-E Antenna -- well, Antenna still comes up smelling like a rose.
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Well they have been airing AITF and Maude for a long time, and while I like almost all of Lear's shows, I do think it's time for one (or two!) to go.

As for your #2 there are many great choices. I'd do cartwheels if it were Room 222.

Still, considering how shi**y some of the cable channels are, that you have to pay for no less- and compare them to F-R-E-E Antenna -- well, Antenna still comes up smelling like a rose.


AITF should go since it's

1. Youtube

2. Complete on DVD
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I could live with that although my choice would be Good Times.
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I could live with that although my choice would be Good Times.


that show is on 3 different channels
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I'd actually want to see AIIF spinoff Archie Bunker's Place for a while and give AIIF a rest.
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I'd actually want to see AIIF spinoff Archie Bunker's Place for a while and give AIIF a rest.


The entire series of Archie's Bunker's Place is on youtube
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