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Old 01-29-2012, 02:34 PM   #31
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I loved that show! but as somebody from Rhode Island, i must say, they got A LOT wrong about Providence on that show.
It seems less and less people remember it these days.
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Really got hooked on Dallas. I really looked forward to seeing it every week.
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I always considered the 1999-2002 NBC drama Providence as a primetime soap, so I'm adding it to the list. It's also where Jon Hamm got his big break.
I used to watch Providence. That was a good show too.
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My mother loved Providence, so I will always remember it.
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My mother loved Providence, so I will always remember it.
The theme song of Providence was sung at my HS Graduation. I always loved that song.
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Glad to see the Providence love. Melina K. is an Akron girl, so of course we Ohioans love her.

The guy who runs the Falcon Crest blog is a GENIUS when it comes to swapping themes and opening sequences from the other soaps. So here is FC getting the Dallas, Dynasty, Knots Landing, and Flamingo Road treatments.

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Hands down, Knots Landing!

Dallas would be my second choice.

I am hoping to buy the whole series of Knots as it is my all-time favorite!
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Is the young guy in this picture's head photoshopped?
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I watched Dallas faithfully back in the "Who Shot JR" days, but I'd say that Knotts Landing was my favorite. It used to come on really late at night (like 1am) and for a while our local CBS station in Dallas was showing 3 episodes at a time so I really got hooked on it quickly!

I watched Hotel for a while but I don't think I was ever really hooked on it. But that was a good show
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It was and always will be Dallas. I first started watching in 1978 beginning with episode 12 and I never stopped until the finale. I bought Dallas books and I bought the Dallas record. I watched reruns for years and I bought all the DVDs. lol
But did you buy JR Beer? LOL
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Yes there was, I seen it at the liquor store the caption said, if you have to ask how much it cost, you probably couldn't afford it.
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I actually do have it. It remains unopen. A friend gave it to me for Christmas one year.
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