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Old 02-24-2014, 03:54 PM   #16
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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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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

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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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Really? Are you sure? I have seen a lot of S2 eps on there. I have not explored seasons three and four yet on YT. I have some of those eps on VHS here at home. Some eps in the last two seasons seemed more watered down to me. Some key elements were gone by this point.
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