1. The Twilight Zone, both 60's original and 80's with soundtrack by Merl Saunders and the Dead.
2. Monty Python
3. Second City
4. Saturday Night Live - Original Cast
5. The Simpsons
6 Twin Peaks
Don't watch much anymore, so many books to read.
Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.)
Walt Whitman-Song of Myself
them's ALL good...
also one of my faves- "the powerpuff girls"...
i also have to add some classic non-toons-
--SNL (the original, classic, cast)
--little rascals/our gang
--anybody remember a TV movie (late 70's) called "the death of richie" with robby benson as the druggie child of ben gazarra...? the kid ends up getting killed in the end by his father, i guess it was supposed to be an "anti" drug film... but to me, as a young teen, it made drugs look sooo cool...?
Are you kind?
Good to hear u cats at least watch some mostly decent stuff. TV has so much power over what people think. Seems most of what's on is just mind numbing or downright brainwashing. Still, the odd nugget slips through. Sometimes I succumb to watching rubbish but I find I do a lot more in living my own live when I keep the boob tube off. Who needs tv anymore now that we have YOUTUBE anyway?!!! I love the way u can CHOOSE from almost anything u can imagine and find something relevant on utube! Peace Cats, Jody
Don't be fooled by the name. Funny shit! There's some twisted minds creating this one.
red sox baseball, any of the C.S.I.'s, NCIS, Law and Order CI, Futurama, Family Guy, Robot Chicken, there is some cartoon on adult swim with a little kid who tortures his parents, it is histerical but i can't think of the name...
Masters of the Universe, Thundercats, original Transformers, The Smurfs, G.I. Joe, Voltron
Although I like most every show listed above (and would have listed them myself, had the hackster not used the Vulcan "Mind Melt" and divulged this information first) I would like to include South Park.
The Dude Abides!
some o' my faves (some no longer in syndication...)-
1) space ghost coast to coast
2) pink panther
3) fairly oddparents
4) h.r. pufnstuf
5) jonny quest
6) road runner
7) adult swim
8) the banana splits
9) the beatles
10) the simpsons
The Pinchbeck interview was good. GRTUD probably liked the special effects Steven used prior to him introducing his guest (Steven really introduces his self in a faux stab at the prime time pundits, if you haven't seen the show - actually funny) that reminded him of his good times before becoming "a family man".
If you really want to see a great interview, casting a net across the dark waters of our times, check out Jon Stewart's interview with Philip Zimbardo, author of "The Lucifer Effect" and conductor of the infamous Stanford Prison Experiment in 1971. My only complaint of the show, in these situatinns, with these type guests, is they should shelve all the stupid kid stuff (phoney interviews and commentary) and make the interview longer than 6 - 8 mins. I understand that they can attract political heavyweights by sticking to this format but someone like Zimbardo deserved the entire half hour because he knows what causes situations like many of the political fiascos in progress now. That said, I did some follow up and have found his web site to be very informative. http://www.lucifereffect.com
"All energy flows according to the whims of the Great Magnet. What a fool I was to defy him."
I Dream of Jeanie.
Oh yeah, we did "Dream of Jeanie", sometimes several times a day (before sindication, seedless pot and Viagra, too - wink ;)
"Do you like sex, Mr. Lebowski?"
"I was talking about my rug...."