Sunday, January 6, 2008

Please Take A Moment To Vote In the Current TV Show On DVD Poll... Thank You.


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12 comments:

X. Dell said...

ACtually, none of those show appeal to me all that much. If someone put a gun to my head, I'd say The Price Is Right.

Lori said...

The Price Is Right is actually coming out on dvd? Why? Oops, I meant wow! Wonders never cease. I guess there is truly an audience for everything( smile). Sure, I watched a bit of the show back in the day, but I can't imagine why or how re-runs of this show would be entertaining.
Maybe I'm missing something.

Barbara (aka Layla) said...

None of those really float my boat, but I voted :)

Damien said...

The Smurfs are gonna rock! lol That dates me.

The Rock Chick said...

Oh for me, it's The Love Boat! That was one of my all-time faves as a kid!!!

Happy New Year, Malcolm!!!

Jessica

pjazzypar said...

I am choosing "The New Adventures of Old Christine" mainly because of Wanda Sykes. I wish they would release "Wanda At Large"...funny stuff.

Candy Minx said...

Hi Malcolm!!!!

I can't say any of these are that exciting to me except that I used tolike the tv show Equalizer. I occassionally watch it when it shows up for re-runs...

Hey HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

I hope you have an awesome new years coming up...let'smake lots of money, help lots of people and keep on having fun blogging!!!

I am very pleased to have found your blog and begun a fun online freindship with you...I always look forwrd to seeing what you are posting about...

Bog hugs and happy new year!

Candy

Malcolm said...

X. Dell: For some reason, I figured you to be more a fan of "The Equalizer".

Lori: My guess is that the DVD set for "Match Game" must have sold fairly well. Since the company that owns it also owns "The Price Is Right", they figured why not.

As far as game show reruns go, who would have thought that there would be a channel whose bread and butter was reruns of classic game shows? When the Game Show Network started, I was surprised that reruns of shows like "Match Game", "Family Feud", and "Card Sharks" held my interest. I guess it's like reruns of episodic TV. Even though we have seen many of them numerous times, we still watch them repeatedly.

Barbara: When it comes to TV shows hitting DVD for the first time, the pickings are kinda slim for the first part of the year. That's a good thing for me because I have some that I haven't finished watching yet.

Damien: When I was in high school, I thought I was too old to watch cartoons. Some of my friends were talking about "The Smurfs" and how good it was. The next Saturday, I tuned it in and quickly got over that "too old to watch cartoons" crap.

Jessica: Every Saturday night at 9 pm we used to watch "The Love Boat", followed by "Fantasy Island". It's amazing that although I haven't seen some of them in years, I can still recall many "Love Boat" episodes.

Happy New Year to you and your family Jessica!

Pjazzy: I knew you would be all over "The New Adv. of Old Christine". The complete 1st season is selling for $19.99... I might have to jump on that myself.
When you consider some of the short-lived series that get a new life on DVD, you would think that "Wanda At Large" would be a prime candidate.

Candy Minx: One of my college roommates was a big fan of "The Equalizer". My mother used to watch it as well. I watched it on occasion. The last time I saw it was when it aired on The Hallmark Channel a few years ago. I wish that TV Land would pick shows like that up instead of stuff like "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition".

I am glad that I found your blog too. I think I might have first stumbled upon it back in the summer, but lost track of it. If I'm not mistaken, it was through The Thursday Thirteen that we reconnected.

I've said it before, but it bears repeating. The positive feedback that I've received from you and others really makes the blogging experience worthwhile.

I hope that you and yours have a Happy New Year as well!

Sarah said...

I was pretty little when Perfect Strangers was popular, but have a notion that there was some pretty darned funny stuff going on there that I wouldn't mind seeing now.

Malcolm said...

Sarah: I am glad to see you voted for "Perfect Strangers" because I would have hated to see it get shut out. Larry and Balki did make a pretty good comic duo on the show.

Wani said...

I'm torn between Alias and The Office... which are soooo different but both great shows!

Malcolm said...

Wani: Thanks for stopping by. I've only watched "The Office" occasionally and have never seen a full episode of "Alias". It looks like a show that could be really addicting.

 
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