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Subject: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: Carl on 12/29/05 at 11:48 am

This was late 70s into the early 80s actually. The fun began at 8pm.

I was never a Dallas fan, certain episodes were interesting.

My first is the Dukes of Hazzard followed by Hulk

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: whistledog on 12/29/05 at 11:49 am

Gotta be the Dukes.  I sometimes used to watch Dallas.  Whenever my dad woudl coem down to visit, he'd always say he'd have to rush home to watch Dallas, so often at times, I'd watch it with him

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: CatwomanofV on 12/29/05 at 11:51 am

Yeah, I was hooked on Dallas from the beginning. I remember watching the very first episode the very first time it aired and thought, "That was a pretty good show".  But I also liked the Hulk-not because of the plot or anything but because I was madly in love with Bill Bixby.  And yes, I also watched the Dukes. Why? Because it was there.




Cat

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: KKay on 12/29/05 at 2:51 pm

I chose Incredible Hulk..only becuase when David picked up his bag and hit the lonesome road and that music started to play,..
well....i...I..... :\'(  :\'(

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: CatwomanofV on 12/29/05 at 3:19 pm


I chose Incredible Hulk..only becuase when David picked up his bag and hit the lonesome road and that music started to play,..
well....i...I..... :\'(  :\'(



Oh man, me too.  ;D ;D



Cat

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: KKay on 12/29/05 at 3:21 pm



Oh man, me too.

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: Carl on 12/29/05 at 3:28 pm

Bill Bixby was a great actor, and that show is truly one of a kind, the kind they don't make anymore.

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: CatwomanofV on 12/29/05 at 3:30 pm


Bill Bixby was a great actor, and that show is truly one of a kind, the kind they don't make anymore.


I had a major crush on him since I can remember. I cried the day he died.  :\'( :\'( :\'(




Cat

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: KKay on 12/29/05 at 3:32 pm


I had a major crush on him since I can remember. I cried the day he died.

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: CatwomanofV on 12/29/05 at 3:39 pm


ahhhh.. same here! I was soooo in love!



Let me tell ya how bad I had it. He used to host a PBS show called "Once Upon a Classic". I used to watch it because of him-even if I have seen the episode before. And I even used my trusty old cassette record to TAPE his voice so I could listen to it if the show wasn't on. (Pre-VCR days) Yeah, I had it bad.



Cat

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: KKay on 12/29/05 at 3:41 pm

wow.
i have this feeling i did something strange like write him a letter..
but to listen to him?

wish I'd thought of it! ::)

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: CatwomanofV on 12/29/05 at 3:54 pm


wow.
i have this feeling i did something strange like write him a letter..
but to listen to him?

wish I'd thought of it! ::)


And he did have a GREAT voice. I did write him a letter one time-in fact, I think I wrote him MANY letters but never mailed them.  :-[




Cat

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: Tanya1976 on 12/29/05 at 4:00 pm

Dallas, then Dukes of Hazzard, and then Incredible Hulk.

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: Davester on 12/29/05 at 11:24 pm

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: KKay on 12/30/05 at 1:08 am


  Oh jeez...The Dukes, man!  I still remember watching the pilot episode.  My friends and I were ALL OVER that show...

  Dallas, nah.  I was in grade school.  Strictly for adults...

  The Hulk, honorable mention.  The show was "baddo" in seventies kid-speak...

  *hands KKay a tissue...*


 


ttthhhhhhbbbbbbppppppppppppppt  *snif* thanks. :\'(

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: SweetAlice on 01/13/06 at 8:08 am

I think the "Love Boat"and "Fantasy Island" aired back to back on Friday nights. I never missed an episode.

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: KKay on 01/13/06 at 8:15 am


I think the "Love Boat"and "Fantasy Island" aired back to back on Friday nights. I never missed an episode.


I loved that, too...My friends and I used to save up the sections of the TV guides and keep a log ofthe guest stars.
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Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: Carl on 01/13/06 at 11:23 am

I think the "Love Boat"and "Fantasy Island" aired back to back on Friday nights. I never missed an episode.

No, no, no, that was Saturday night's line up  ;) I used to watch those too.

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: TheRemf on 01/14/06 at 3:48 pm

"None Of The Above" would have been a good option here.

I once used "Dukes Of Hazzard" to illustrate an application of Mill's Harm Principle in a Philosophy class.  The other two aren't quite as bad, but I voted for "Dallas" in a race to the bottom.

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: Banks on 01/14/06 at 6:29 pm

Even though our line up here in Australia was different, out of those shows I chose the Dukes. Sure, it was far fetched and not the most intelligent show on the box, but then, if I wanted reality Id watch the news. If I wanted intelectually stimulating material, Id read a book.








AN

Subject: Re: Favorite of the Friday night line-up

Written By: La Sine Pesroh on 01/16/06 at 9:55 am


And he did have a GREAT voice. I did write him a letter one time-in fact, I think I wrote him MANY letters but never mailed them.   :-[




Cat
"Please don't make me angry...you won't like me when I'm angry!"

I haven't seen the 70's version of The Incredible Hulk since its original run, and it's one of those shows I wish they'd show again so I could see how well it stands up for me. It was kind of interesting how they took a Marvel Comics story and added a tragic spin to it. (I always liked how, after David Banner had transformed into the Hulk, and then returned to his normal state, his clothes would be tattered and he'd grab some new clothes off a clothesline but then he's always make sure to pin a $5 or $10 bill back on the clothesline.)

Having said that, it's still the Dukes by a nose for me.

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