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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Dub13, Oct 4, 2018.
Been watching cheers a bit again lately. It holds up well.
I still really like Cheers although not so keen on the early ones with Coach instead of Woody.
Watched an episode of Magnum and Miami Vice recently and they are still entertaining.
I also tried to rewatch the The Invaders but I only stuck with it for 4-5 episodes. 60's sci-fi doesn't hold up so well.
Cheers is class.Will always stand the test of time, imo
Went back and watched MacGyver recently as well and then there's always Bottom
Love cheers currently on season 10 watching it from start to finish, Plan to move on to Frasier after
Never got into Frasier
Frasier is my kind of humour
I liked The Equalizer when I was a kid but it was never a favourite.
I watched the first episode last night and it still suffers from the same problem... having a short, well-spoken, grey haired man in his mid-fifties, with a bit of a belly to boot, just isn't believable as an action hero.
Especially during the foot chases and fight scenes when he's been obviously replaced by a stuntman.
I never liked Hannibal in the A-Team for the same reason.
I might give The Fall Guy a try tonight.
Frasier is one of my favourite shows on TV. I still love it.
Old school comedies to watch include Porridge, Fawlty Towers, Only Fools, Blackadder, Phoenix Nights etc. But Alan Partridge is still my goto box set. The second series in the travel tavern is pure gold.
I love 1980 British comedy/dramas like Auf Wiedersehen Pet, Minder etc also.
You cant beat a bit of Alan Partridge, never gets old.
I read this thread from the start just now and was thinking Partridge straight away. Was watching it on Netflix the other day, what a show!
Back of the net!!!
Hadn't a clue what he was on about but I always got a laugh out of this mad old fcuker when I was a kid.
There's a very similar thread already in this section, some cracking shows that still stand up in today's market though if they were launched now I'm not sure they'd take.
The music here just reminds me of growing up.
I loved the fact Denis Waterman sang the theme tune. I always that that was so cool.......Now i’m All grown up!
A few of you will remember what programme this was the theme tune to. Great song.