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Old 06-09-02, 06:26 PM
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Shows you wanna see on TV

I'm talking older shows that aint on no more. a couple to start with:

Picket Fences- i loved this show and they finally started airing reruns on TNN i think but then they went away

Freaks and Geeks- Never watched it, but heard great things about it and I loved Undeclared. It used to be on Fox Family but aint on ABC Family or whatever
Old 06-09-02, 07:49 PM
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Shows: The Charmings, Perfect Strangers, Stark Raving Mad, The Naked Truth, The Flash, Hey Dude, Salute Your Shorts, You Can't Do That On Television

Toonz: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, She-Ra Princess of Power, The New Adventures of He-Man
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the naked truth used to be rerun on USA during the days but i guess they got rid of it. they also reran "working" (??), i think that was the name, the show with kevin arnold. i thought that was weird cuz it only lasted like 1 season
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Old 06-10-02, 12:07 AM
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the naked truth used to be rerun on USA during the days but i guess they got rid of it. they also reran "working" (??), i think that was the name, the show with kevin arnold. i thought that was weird cuz it only lasted like 1 season
Yep I watched it on USA, just never taped it.

I couldn't stand Working though (it lasted two seasons, left over 2nd season ones were first broadcast on USA).

USA seems to love canceled NBC shows, which is why I am waiting for USA to air some other recently canceled NBC stuff.
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Sports Night. *sniff*
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In a couple of years I would say Undeclared. Today I will say The Flash.
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MST3K - the Comedy Central years. I had almost all of those on tape, only to eventually be lost. I was inconsolable for a long long time...

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Who here remembers "The Adventures of Pete and Pete"? Come on, that show rocked! Cool characters like Artie, the Strongest Man in the World and Bus Driver Stu and more that I can't think of at the moment...

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Originally posted by Eternia
Shows: The Charmings, Perfect Strangers, Stark Raving Mad, The Naked Truth, The Flash, Hey Dude, Salute Your Shorts, You Can't Do That On Television

Toonz: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, She-Ra Princess of Power, The New Adventures of He-Man
I'll second the request for He-Man.
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The Jack Black Show on HBO.

1 hour of good sketch comedy.
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american gladiators, the original power rangers (i wanna look at it and think 'why the heck did i watch this show when i was younger') and beavis and butthead.
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American Gothic and Murder One.
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american gladiators is now rerun on TNN during the day...they have a bunch of people with mullets on it
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Originally posted by Rypro 525
american gladiators, the original power rangers (i wanna look at it and think 'why the heck did i watch this show when i was younger') and beavis and butthead.
American Gladiators is on TNN.

Original Power Rangers runs on ABC Family every Sunday morning (a two hour block).

And to whoever said Pete and Pete... it is also on. It reruns on Noggin along with Clarissa Explains It All.
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around 2 for gladiators i think.

you can go on yahoo tv and search by show title and it'll tell you
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Doctor Who is on tv. It's on Sunday nights on KTEH (channel 54) in the bay area.
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"Promised Land", the only drama TV show that I actually enjoy watching. I used to watch it regulary every week when it used to be on the air but I think the show got canceled for some particular reason. I really liked the Green family. The guy that played Russell Green was a really good actor.

"Seinfeld", I miss this show too and another TV show I used to watch pretty religously. I love Seinfeld and I wish the sitcom would come back.
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Originally posted by Eternia
Shows: The Charmings, Perfect Strangers, Stark Raving Mad, The Naked Truth, The Flash, Hey Dude, Salute Your Shorts, You Can't Do That On Television

Toonz: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, She-Ra Princess of Power, The New Adventures of He-Man

The Toonz I agree fully. But the Charmings?
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seinfeld is in syndication everywhere. but i guess you mean back with original episodes? try catching Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO, done by the co-creator of Seinfeld (Larry David), very similar type of humor and just as funny

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