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for my generation(80s, 90s)

NBC- Seinfeld, Cheers, Frasier, Friends, Cosby Show

ABC- Modern Family, Lost, Roseanne, Full House, Step by Step

Fox- Simpsons, Arrested Development, Family Guy, X Files

CBS- Dallas, 60 minutes, Dukes of Hazzard






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Cheers was on NBC as well. Tough call. Fox is a tough one too. I cant decide between The Simpsons or X Files.
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CBS: Gunsmoke
NBC: Seinfeld
ABC: Monday Night Football (with Howard, Frank & Dandy Don)
Fox: Married…with Children






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Mash
All In the family
The Waltons
Sanfords & Son
Sienfield
Married With Children






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The Seaward
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Arrested Development or Seinfeld





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Tbobby
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I'm pretty old, but Roots and Shogun deserve mention in mini-series.





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dawgfan24348
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The Simpsons > Everything else





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Arrested Development
Friends
Full house






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alajones
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CBS- Magnum PI
NBC- Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
ABC- I Love Lucy
Fox- The Simpsons

Oops, I thought ILL was on ABC.



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THRILLHO
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NBC: Seinfeld (BARELY over cheers)
Fox: Arrested Development (too many bad seasons of the Simpsons)
ABC: Wonder Years
CBS: I don't know if I've ever watched non-sports shows on CBS.



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oompaw
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quote:

I'm pretty old, but Roots and Shogun deserve mention in mini-series.


And Rich Man, Poor Man



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NBC- Tonight Show with Johnny Carson


I change my vote for this for NBC.




CBS had the best shows of all: Gunsmoke, I Love Lucy, Hawaii Five-O, All in the Family, The Carol Burnette Show, MASH, The Andy Griffith Show, The Fugitive, The Bob Newhart Show, Newhart, etc.






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Fox: 24





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Hill Street Blues

60 Minutes






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kingbob
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Simpsons, Friday Night Lights, Seinfeld, Cheers, M.A.S.H., 24, Lost, lots of choices.





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Scrubs has to be up there. One of the best sitcoms of all time. It's my favorite actually. I'd put it up there with shows like Seinfeld, Frasier, Friends, MASH, and Cheers.


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Scrubs has to be up there. One of the best sitcoms of all time. It's my favorite actually. I'd put it up there with shows like Seinfeld, Frasier, Friends, MASH, and Cheers.


True. I think its starting to lose its shine as a recent show and gaining traction through syndication so people can give it the credit it deserves.

Shows never get the acclaim during its run because it always seems so taboo to enter into that patheon of great shows but i think Scrubs has moved to a point where it can be moved there






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Lost-Never watched it on network TV. Saw it on netflix and burned through all 6 years in a couple of weeks...best series ever, including the last season and the ending.


Hill Street Blues
Buffy
MASH
Supernatural
CSI-the original
House
SG-1






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