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Old 03-18-2021, 05:56 AM   #76
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Thank you for replying. I saw on Decades' own website that the Apr 3-4 binge is "Police Woman."
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Old 03-18-2021, 11:33 AM   #77
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I don't know why they've gone away from sitcoms to such a degree. I mean the Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts were funny, but still not sitcom material. Shows like Donna Reed and Family Affair would be welcome choices these days.
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I don't know why they've gone away from sitcoms to such a degree. I mean the Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts were funny, but still not sitcom material. Shows like Donna Reed and Family Affair would be welcome choices these days.
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Themed Binges could be fun too -- how about:

Paul Lynde Binge (guest spots from all the shows)

The Green Acres Saga (including all of the crossover Petticoat Junction episodes in the right order)
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Themed Binges could be fun too -- how about:

Paul Lynde Binge (guest spots from all the shows)

The Green Acres Saga (including all of the crossover Petticoat Junction episodes in the right order)
I wouldn't mind seeing that; maybe on with say-military sitcoms like HOGANS HEROES, McHALES NAVY, F TROOP, GOMER PYLE....what TV LAND and NICK AT NITE used to do.
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Credit goes to snowpeck.

4/3-4/4 - Police Woman

4/10-4/11 - Police Story

4/17-4/18 - The Beverly Hillbillies

4/24-4/25 - Mission: Impossible

5/1-5/2 - Father Dowling Mysteries

And that's as far as it can go.
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Credit goes to snowpeck.

Here are the rest of the Decades binges for May:

5/8-5/9: Mannix
5/15-5/16: TJ Hooker
5/22-5/23: Matt Houston
5/29-5/30: The Rookies
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is there any information on what the Decades binges are for June yet?
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Yes.

6/5-6/6: Sledge Hammer!
6/12-6/13: Mama's Family
6/19-6/20: Taxi/Cheers
6/26-6/27: The Greatest American Hero
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Thank you MA!
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You're welcome Svenfan1234!
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I watched a lot of Beverly Hillbillies last month - need more sitcoms. Where's Donna Reed for Mother's Day?
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There are shows I will revisit about once a year. The cop show Hill Street Blues is one. I just basically saw all seven seasons online. Been a fan of that show since it first aired when I was in high school and I am now 54 and still love it. A very underrated drama with a lot of heart which should get a lot more recognition than it does.

Sitcoms, I saw all the seasons of Soap recently. Soap is one of the most HILARIOUS shows ever made. Seriously. It was also very well made because it was an actual Soap Opera with lots of drama and tragedy in it. Cathryn Damon reminded me of my late aunt, my father’s oldest sister (and Burt sort of like her husband).

I did see the Netflix limited series “Tiger King” when it first came out (during the bad lockdown from Covid) and saw the whole thing in one night (well, all night). I had to see the whole thing. I couldn’t go to bed (at 5 am) without seeing the conclusion.
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There are shows I will revisit about once a year. The cop show Hill Street Blues is one. I just basically saw all seven seasons online. Been a fan of that show since it first aired when I was in high school and I am now 54 and still love it. A very underrated drama with a lot of heart which should get a lot more recognition than it does.
Michael Warren of Hill Street Blues was a graduate of my dad's old high school (it's been converted into an apartments complex). I haven't seen an episode in many years, so I appreciate your recommendation and will be on the lookout for it.
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It would be nice if Decades gave Happy Days some weekend binges- that is, weekends I am off from playing at my church and available to watch a ton of it like I did Beverly Hillbillies weekend (my introduction to this great station). Greatest American Hero weekend sounds good. Taxi/Cheers does as well but with it being Father's Day, not convenient to watch streaming when I am at my parents' house. It is too bad that isn't the weekend of May 22 instead.
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