"Tell about TV when you were growing up. Did your family have a TV? Was it color or b&w? How many TVs did your family have? Did you have one in your room? Did your family leave the TV on most of the day or turn it on for specific programs? Was the TV on or off when you ate meals as a family? Were there rules about watching TV? What were your favorite shows? Are there any particular memories you have of TV in your younger years?"
Some of my fondest memories of the TV in our home revolve around helping my dad fix it. Now, believe me. I wasn't all that much help. My "job" was to hold a big mirror in front of the TV, facing the screen and towards the back where my dad was working. He would make adjustments then look at the mirror to see what was happening on the screen. Had there been any improvement? Any changes? Nope. Try again. Make more adjustments. Look again.
Of course, as a youngster/youth this job was very boring for me. I'd move the mirror around, fidget, daydream....."Susan!" Oh yeah. I'm supposed to be holding the mirror so my dad can see. Sorry. ahaha!
There were so many show I enjoyed watching. Comedy. Drama. Fantasy. Who remembers Gidget? Man from U.N.C.L.E.? The Smother's Brothers? The Monkees? I Dream of Jeannie?
I'm still a Sally Field fan. I watched her in The Flying Nun too. I sometimes watch her current show, Brothers and Sisters, but there is so much content in it that I don't agree with I either just turn it off or don't watch at all. Isn't that how it is with many of today's shows? Hopefully, this fall season will be better. What are some of the shows you are looking forward to this fall?
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Peace and Joy,