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Old 12-17-05, 06:59 PM
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What's your favorite tv show that's older than you?

Born-1954 show-Adventures of Superman-1952 Here's hoping that someone from that show makes a guest appearance or cameo on Smallville.
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The first thing that comes to mind is The Twilight Zone.
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Get Smart

(but just "by that much")
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I Love Lucy.
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Adventures of Superman was huge for me. Born in 1957, I was captivated and to me George Reeves will always be Superman. (Unlike subsequent wimpier Supermen)
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Dick Van Dyke Show
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Beverly Hillbillies and the Andy Griffiths Show.
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Born 1985

Three's Company
Taxi
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Old 12-17-05, 11:24 PM
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The Monkees, which is just barely older than me, is the only one that comes to mind.
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not sure, maybe mission impossible
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Born 1975. I'll take Green Acres.
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Born '82...here's my top 5:

I Love Lucy
Twilight Zone
Get Smart
The Brady Bunch
Bewitched

Honorable Mentions:
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (might edge into the top 5 once I've seen all the episodes)
The Monkees
Lassie (can't help it...i'm a dog lover )

I've seen every episode of most of the ones on my list (thank you, Nick-at-Nite, TV Land, and Sci-Fi Channel! ). I'd also add Three's Company, but it was still in its original run when I was born and I only included ones that started and ended before '82.

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born 1980

I love Lucy
Andy Grifith
Get Smart
Police Squad
Sanford and Sun
All in the Family
Taxi

That 70s show... j/k
Old 12-18-05, 08:35 PM
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25 yrs old

Star Trek tos
Get Smart
Old 12-18-05, 09:04 PM
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born 1980, i'd have to go with gilligan's island and twilight zone.
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Born in 82, Gilligans Island.
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The first thing that comes to mind is The Twilight Zone.
Yup, me too. Not much pre-1967 that holds up very well, but TZ sure does.
Old 12-18-05, 11:05 PM
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Pre-1971:
Dick Van Dyke
Monty Python's Flying Circus
The Avengers
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I Love Lucy is the only one I can think of right away that qualifies year-wise and still holds up today. I guess The Little Rascals may count because although they were released in theaters, they were repackaged in the 50s for television.
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God bless Nickelodeon....

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