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Old 10-12-2013, 03:06 PM   #11
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Your list matches mine!

Don't forget 3-2-1 Contact. Just the theme song gives me the shivers.

3-2-1 Contact Opening Theme/Intro 1983-1986 #2 - YouTube
Since you went there I had to go here!

I used to call my school mate up and watch 3-2-1 Contact with them, I was in the second grade I think..
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I never was into Reading Rainbow. It seemed too corny.
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I dant watch tat craup anda I learnted to wright gusta fin
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It could be a bit corny, but it was on around the time this show was on, and so I watched it.

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These were the new cartoons I would watch as a kid:
Flintstones (( Season 1, Episode 1 )) - Video Dailymotion
Also I watched this live:
And The whole family watched this!! I will never forget this!
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Anyways... My favourites show of the 80'* was Knight Rider...
I wish I still had my remote toy cars too!
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It could be a bit corny, but it was on around the time this show was on, and so I watched it.

Didn't he pass away? I'd look it up, but I forgot his name.
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Didn't he pass away? I'd look it up, but I forgot his name.
Yeah, he passed away back in July of '95, his name was Bob Ross, he was an awesome painter, his show came on PBS.
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That'* right. Man, that was a long time ago.
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