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Old 08-30-2003, 12:13 AM   #16
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They should air Joanie Loves Chachi. Not in the Twice as Nice slot since it was a short show, but I'd like to see it


That would be perfect in The Kitschen.
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Instead of running Gidget twice, I would love to see one episode of HD and one of L&S.
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Instead of running Gidget twice, I would love to see one episode of HD and one of L&S.


That would be cool. Than they could air the Shotgun Weddings back to back.
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Im mad Happy Days is leaving, but Im pretty much used to it by now. But atleast theyre bring back Gidget. Ive got my VCR already set up for it!
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Happy Days should have remained in the twice-as-nice block especially since the show has a grand total of 255 episodes. I think TV Land made a mistake by adding Gidget back to the TAN. If it was up to me, this is what the twice as nice block would look like:

3 & 3:30 PM - "I Dream of Jeannie"
4 & 4:30 PM - "Bewitched"
5 & 5:30 PM - "Happy Days"
6 & 6:30 PM - "I Love Lucy"
7 & 7:30 PM - "Mister Ed"

Personally . . . I think TV Land should have cut down Sanford and Son a bit. It's cycle rotation has been going superfast since January. For the September schedule, I would have moved Sanford and Son at 8:00 in the morning but still allowed the show to keep it's 9PM primetime slot as well as the 1AM airing.
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Happy Days should have remained in the twice-as-nice block especially since the show has a grand total of 255 episodes. I think TV Land made a mistake by adding Gidget back to the TAN. If it was up to me, this is what the twice as nice block would look like:

3 & 3:30 PM - "I Dream of Jeannie"
4 & 4:30 PM - "Bewitched"
5 & 5:30 PM - "Happy Days"
6 & 6:30 PM - "I Love Lucy"
7 & 7:30 PM - "Mister Ed"

Personally . . . I think TV Land should have cut down Sanford and Son a bit. It's cycle rotation has been going superfast since January. For the September schedule, I would have moved Sanford and Son at 8:00 in the morning but still allowed the show to keep it's 9PM primetime slot as well as the 1AM airing.


I like how you think!! I Agree too. I think its stupid that they are doing this.. course they also did that with The Beverly Hillbillies too if you guys remember that awful nightmare..
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Happy Days should have remained in the twice-as-nice block especially since the show has a grand total of 255 episodes. I think TV Land made a mistake by adding Gidget back to the TAN. If it was up to me, this is what the twice as nice block would look like:

3 & 3:30 PM - "I Dream of Jeannie"
4 & 4:30 PM - "Bewitched"
5 & 5:30 PM - "Happy Days"
6 & 6:30 PM - "I Love Lucy"
7 & 7:30 PM - "Mister Ed"

Personally . . . I think TV Land should have cut down Sanford and Son a bit. It's cycle rotation has been going superfast since January. For the September schedule, I would have moved Sanford and Son at 8:00 in the morning but still allowed the show to keep it's 9PM primetime slot as well as the 1AM airing.

Here's my suggestion for the "Twice-As-Nice" block:

3:00 & 3:30PM: "I Love Lucy"
4:00 & 4:30PM: "Happy Days"
5:00 & 5:30PM: Rotation between "All in the Family" & "Archie Bunker's Place"
6:00 & 6:30PM: "Maude"
7:00 & 7:30PM: "Sanford and Son"

I'd kill the 8PM airing of "Fantasy Island" and replace it with the following:

8:00PM: "I Dream of Jeannie"
8:30PM: "Bewitched"

I think these two shows would go well back-to-back.

They could put "Mister Ed" at 9PM (kill the airing of S&S), and they could schedule one episode of "Gidget" at 9:30PM.

Just my thoughts...
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