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Old 09-05-2006, 07:24 PM   #16
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I forgot TAMU played a Nerdy Role on the Jeffersons in 1979-lol She was a Housekeeper
Was she George and Louise's housekeeper? Wasn't Florence available for an episode?
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Was she George and Louise's housekeeper? Wasn't Florence available for an episode?

Tamu was playing the Jeffersons new maid because Florence had met a man and they were planning to get married and Florence was going to move out
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Well for one thing it is very out dated, it was too much into the current events. All in the Family had it as a discusion, but it wasn't the whole focus of the show. Maude to me is lets basically hate everyone and the country, where is the fun in that? I just can't get into it, I have seen a few, and it just is to negative
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The episode with Larry from Three's company was Ok
I saw him on an episode of Maude and didn't recognize him at first because he had a moustache that looked horrible.
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Well for one thing it is very out dated, it was too much into the current events. All in the Family had it as a discusion, but it wasn't the whole focus of the show. Maude to me is lets basically hate everyone and the country, where is the fun in that? I just can't get into it, I have seen a few, and it just is to negative

Let's hate the country and be negative. Hmmmm. Sounds like the show could be a hit again in this day and age with the current situation. The Iraq War, gasoline, social security.....
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Let's hate the country and be negative. Hmmmm. Sounds like the show could be a hit again in this day and age with the current situation. The Iraq War, gasoline, social security.....
I don't know about that, Air America is similar and it is failing in the ratings
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Maude is not syndicated any more
because its forgotten

it was one of the shows in the 70s that was SO TOPICAL it related to how everyone felt..... but it was TOO Topical and TOO modern and has not aged well

so much of the feminist attitude is outdated and its not shocking any more

the younger crowd has NO IDEA what the show is

too bad,it was a GREAT sitcom
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Maude is not syndicated any more
because its forgotten

it was one of the shows in the 70s that was SO TOPICAL it related to how everyone felt..... but it was TOO Topical and TOO modern and has not aged well

so much of the feminist attitude is outdated and its not shocking any more

the younger crowd has NO IDEA what the show is

too bad,it was a GREAT sitcom


It's just not a show to watch over and over again. It's a One Time type of Comedy Show
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I enjoyed the show when it was on prime time, to me Maude was funny when whe was going off about something. The episode in which she had an abortion was controversial at the time. Walter hitting Maude during an argument was also controversial. My parents were shocked when Maude called Walter an S.O.B and it wasn't bleeped out. I don't really remember the show being syndicated, until TVLand aired a marathon which is how I taped most of the marathon. The show had a great theme song too.
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I'm young and I love the show. I'm sure it's a rarity but I find it fairly funny. I'd love to see it in syndication again. I keep hearing DVD rumors but I get the feeling they won't sell all that well.
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I'm young and I love the show. I'm sure it's a rarity but I find it fairly funny. I'd love to see it in syndication again. I keep hearing DVD rumors but I get the feeling they won't sell all that well.

The characters on the show I wasn't too crazy about was Vivian and Mrs. Drunkentuck-lol
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The characters on the show I wasn't too crazy about was Vivian and Mrs. Drunkentuck-lol
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WPGH Channel 53 Pittsburgh used to show it a lot in the 1980s. They had a great line-up on weeknights starting at 6.

One Day at a Time
Jeffersons
Maude
Mary Hartman

They used to show a lot of shows like like Nanny and the Professor, Ghost and Mrs. Muir, Here Comes the Brides, Then Came Bronson, Love American Style. Heck, I even liked watching the Grizzly Adams reruns, but I don't think I could stomach it today.
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As far as Maude being a show that doesn't age well, because it took place in the 70s and isn't "timeless", what about All InThe Family? It's pretty similar. They talk about issues from that time, where as shows like "The Honeymooners' never said anyhting about presidents or anything from that time period.

I remember Maude was on TVLAND a few years back. How long was it there for?
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