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Old 09-29-2017, 10:36 PM   #16
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Well I’m certainly not thankful for Antenna Tv period because of the credit crunches. I won’t be watching that channel ever again regardless of what they show.
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Anyway, I'm pretty sure Wings already has an annual Valentines marathon. Honestly, I think Dear John would work better for Valentines Day.
Wings had a Valentine's Day marathon this year, its first on Antenna TV. I would love it if Wings did have an annual marathon there but nothing has been said about that. And Dear John would not be good for Valentine's Day, the whole show exists because his wife left him.
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I love "All in the Family", but a little goes a long way. I think it's an excellent show, but I can't watch endless episodes of it. And it is over-exposed.
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I'm obviously in the minority, but I think "All in the Family" featured a more REAL family than just about any other show. Yes, they argued, got mad, mean and petty. Just like real families do. But underneath it all was love.

I'd be happy to spend Thanksgiving with the Bunkers (except I don't have cable right now, let alone AntennaTV LOL)
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Why are all you complaining about it? If you don't like it , don't watch it then. Simple.
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Why are all you complaining about it? If you don't like it , don't watch it then. Simple.
A 5 day marathon of one show is overkill. Even a lot of cable stations that air marathons don't have one with that long of length.
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A 5 day marathon of one show is overkill. Even a lot of cable stations that air marathons don't have one with that long of length.
I wonder if anyone is going to sit and watch the entire marathon for 5 whole days and just take one hour naps when Johnny Carson is on.
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The 4 hours of educational shows will also still air on Saturday as they can't legally be preempted.
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A 5 day marathon of one show is overkill. Even a lot of cable stations that air marathons don't have one with that long of length.
Yeah I agree. They're interrupting five solid days of programming so that's a little hard to ignore.
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The 4 hours of educational shows will also still air on Saturday as they can't legally be preempted.
They're only required to air 3 hrs
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I will be so happy whenever that Johnny Carson crap is removed
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Antenna TV gets worse every year. Stupid marathon when the show is on everyday
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I will be so happy whenever that Johnny Carson crap is removed
That and eliminating the credit crunch would make me happy.
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That and eliminating the credit crunch would make me happy.

Watch they removed Welcome Back Kotter at 6:30pm and put it on at 4pm lol

They need to put WBK in the 7:30pm slot and get rid of 227
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A 5 day marathon of one show is overkill. Even a lot of cable stations that air marathons don't have one with that long of length.
I think All In The Family is a good show, I just dont want to see any show 5 days straight though I think Happy Days, Mr. Belvedere, Newhart, Family Ties woudl be better choices.

I recall last year or maybe two years ago FXX aired every Simpson episode That lasted quite a few days.
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