Thursday, 31 March 2011

Some great TV. Shows to watch.............

I thought I would do a post on some of my favorite TV. Show and well here they are:

From Wikipedia: Hogan's Heroes is an American television sitcom that ran for 168 episodes from September 17, 1965, to March 28, 1971, on the CBS network. The show was set in a German prisoner of war (POW) camp during the Second World War. Bob Crane had the starring role as Colonel Robert E. Hogan, who coordinated an international crew of Allied prisoners running a Special Operations group from the camp. The program also featured Werner Klemperer as Colonel Wilhelm Klink, the commandant of the camp, and John Banner as the inept sergeant-of-the-guard, Schultz.
My thoughts: I love this TV. series!! Hogan's Heroes is a great TV Show to watch whenever you please.
It is funny, humorous and Klink is just sooooooooooooooooooo gullible.
I love Newkirk, Carter, LeBeau and Hogan!! 

From Wikipedia: The series centered on the Taylor family, which consists of father Tim (Tim Allen), his spouse Jill (Patricia Richardson) and their three children: the oldest, Brad (Zachery Ty Bryan), the middle child Randy (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) and youngest, Mark (Taran Noah Smith). The Taylors live in suburban Detroit, Michigan and have a neighbor named Wilson (Earl Hindman) who is often the go-to guy for solving Tim and Jill's problems.

Tim is a stereotypical American male, who loves power tools, cars and sports (especially the local Detroit teams). He is a former salesman for the fictional Binford Tool company, and is very much a cocky, accident-prone know-it-all. Witty but flippant, Tim jokes around a lot, even at inopportune times. Family life was boisterous, with the two oldest children, Brad and Randy, tormenting the much younger, Mark, while continually testing and pestering each other. This rough by-play happened especially throughout the first four seasons, and was revisited occasionally until Jonathan Taylor Thomas left at the beginning of the eighth season.
Brad, popular and athletic, was often the moving factor, who engaged before thinking, a tendency which regularly landed him in trouble. Randy, a year younger, was the comedian of the pack; known for his quick-thinking, wisecracks, and smart mouth. He had more common sense than Brad but was not immune to trouble. Mark was somewhat of a mama's boy, though later in the series (in the seventh season) he grew into a teenage outcast who dressed in black clothing (a goth). Meanwhile, Brad became interested in cars like his father and took up soccer. Randy joined the school drama club, and later the school newspaper; in the eighth season, he left for Costa Rica.
My thoughts: Home Improvement is a great TV. series. And lately when we are allowed to watch a series the little kids are like: "Tool man!!" It is so sweet to hear this. But, there are some episodes which us younger kids (Eden down) do not watch and there is some not good language in some episodes here and there. But it is a very good TV. series never the less.

From the Wookipedia: Star Wars: The Clone Wars is an animated television series set in the Star Wars galaxy. It debuted on Cartoon Network on October 3,2008.[4] Set between the events of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, it covers the same time period as the third season of the 2003 television series Star Wars: Clone Wars, as well as the many other stories that have been told in the Clone Wars multimedia project. The second season began airing on October 2, 2009,[5] and the third season began airing on September 17 2010.
The series deals with the various conflicts between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems, both being secretly manipulated by Supreme Chancellor Palpatine aka DarthSidious, who was planning to turn Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker into his next Sith apprentice. The series is produced in high-definition, and has a 22-minute runtime like that of the previous animated series
My thoughts: I love this TV. series!! Partly because it is Star wars and partly because it is so different compared with all the other TV. series we've watched. There was one episode which we skipped which we thought was really weird so I advise you not to watch it either it is called Nightsisters. I repeat do not watch that episode. Besides that I think that they are really awesome!! And Anakin has an apprentice called Ashoka so twice the fun. Right?

Wikipedia: Little House on the Prairie is an American Western dramatic television program, starringMichael Landon and Melissa Gilbert, about a family living on a farm in Walnut Grove, Minnesota in the 1870s and 1880s. The show was a loose adaptation of Laura Ingalls Wilder's best-selling series of Little House books. It aired on the NBC network from September 11, 1974, to May 10, 1982. During the 1982-83 television season, with the departure of Michael Landon and Karen Grassle, the series was broadcast with the new titleLittle House: A New Beginning. The series itself was preceded by a two-hour pilot moviethat first aired on March 30, 1974.

My opinion: Little house can be sometimes sad and sometimes good it all depends on the episodes you watch.
Prairie?" :D I myself prefer the later seasons meaning four and up. 

 From the Wikipedia: The series is set in the fictional small town of AvonleaPrince Edward Island, in the early 20th century (1903–1912). There, 11-year-old Montreal heiress Sara Stanley (Sarah Polley) is sent by her wealthy father to live with her two maiden aunts, Hetty and Olivia King, to be near her late mother's side of the family. The show's focus shifted over the years from Sara's interactions with her new-found relatives, to stories about the King family. Later seasons of the show focused more on residents of Avonlea who were connected to the King family, and Sarah Polley left the show to focus on academics, returning for one guest appearance in the 6th season and one in 7th season.
My thoughts: This series is really good!! Most of the episodes we are allowed to watch except a couple which are sad and creepy. We only have the first season *tear* *sniff* Dad actually really likes these episodes and they are very good! Hoping to get more of these seasons soon.

From the Wikipedia: On his 40th birthday, Tom Good is no longer able to take his job seriously and gives up work as a draughtsman for a company that makes plastic toys for breakfast cereal packets. Their house is paid for so he and his wife Barbara adopt a sustainable, simple and self-sufficient lifestyle while staying in their home in The Avenue, Surbiton. They turn their front and back gardens into allotments, growing soft fruit and vegetables. They introduce chickens, pigs (Pinky and Perky), a goat (Geraldine) and a cockerel (Lenin). They generate their own electricity, using methane from animal waste, and attempt to make their own clothes. They sell or barter surplus crops for essentials they cannot make themselves. They cut their monetary requirements to the minimum with varying success.
Their actions horrify their kindly but conventional neighbours, Margo and Jerry Leadbetter. Margo and Jerry were intended to be minor characters, but their relationship with one another and the Goods became an essential element. Under the influence of the Goods' home-made wine, called "peapod burgundy", the strength of which becomes a running joke, their intermingled attractions for one another become apparent. Both couples are childless.

My thoughts: The Good Life can get a bit tiresome at times and sometimes are like : "Not the Good life!!"
And other times we do like it!!

Fro the Wikipedia:The Walton family, consisting of John and Olivia, their seven children, and John's parents Zebulon "Zeb" and Esther Walton, struggle to make a decent life during the Depression. The family's story is seen primarily through the eyes of John-Boy, the oldest son and an aspiring journalist and novelist, who serves as narrator. John Walton and his father operate a lumber mill, with the Walton sons helping out in the business as they grow older. Occasional strangers needing temporary shelter for various reasons periodically stay with the hospitable Walton family. The mountain also sustains the livelihoods of a handful of colourful townsfolk, including the Baldwin sisters (two elderly spinsters who distill moonshine that they call "Papa's recipe" or "the recipe", in total innocence of its alcoholic content); general store owners/postmen Ike and Corabeth Godsey (a distant Walton cousin); Sheriff (Ephraim) Ep Bridges; Verdie Foster (a hardworking black woman); and Yancy Tucker (a chicken thief and handyman with big plans but little motivation).

The Walton's is probably my least favourite but then we've only got the first season. The episodes go for an hour or longer and some of the episodes we are not allowed to watch but, the ones we are allowed to watch are fine.

God Bless


  1. I love Hogans Heros and the Little House On The Prairie episodes. I haven't seen any of the others though.


  2. I love Hogan's Heroes! I've watched some of the other TV shows you have there, but they aren't as good in my opinion as Hogan's Heroes. Some of the TV shows I haven't even heard of, like 'Home Improvement'.

    I love your background by the way. Is it a new one?

  3. I love Little House on the Prairie and Road to Avonlea. But then again, I love anything that has to do (even in the slightest way) with Anne. :)

  4. @Grace I think i can get really bored of LHONP if we just keep watching them. :D As I mentioned.
    @Anna Hogan's Heroes is one of the best I agree! Dad is probably the biggest Home Improvment fan. Yes, it is a new background more suited to the name don't you think?
    @Nana I really want more of the Road to Avonlea


  5. We've got seasons 1-7 in Little House on the Prairie

    and i've seen most of the waltons


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