I had a(nother) stressful day at work today. Why, then, when I checked my blog to see if any of YOU had blogged, did they not show up? Tonight I noticed three new blogs that apparently had been written awhile ago. Hmmm...
Since I am not in the mood to reflect or anything deep like that, I think I will just ramble. Erin's top tv shows got me thinking about mine. Without thinking for even one minute about this I will give mine. Oh, and they aren't in any order. I am just going to do ten that I love(d).
1. Brady Bunch
I know every episode by heart. Enough said.
2. Little House on the Prairie.
Ditto. I remember being in 3rd or 4th grade and seeing a commercial for an upcoming (rerun) episode. I can't remember what channel it was on, but it aired at 6pm. This was newstime in our one television household. I remember begging my dad to miss the news so I could watch the special episode to see when Almonzo fell in love with Laura. He said yes. That one still makes me swoon. That and the one when he proposes....ahhhh.
Amazing, funny, amazing.
4. Golden Girls
The chemistry is divine between these four women. Simply perfect.
5. Family Ties
I vividly recall crying my eyes out during the episode where Alex met and fell in love with Ellen. I was only a fourth or fifth grader.
6. Growing Pains
Hello Mike Seaver!
7. Facts of Life
Golden Girls for pre-teens!
8. Sex and the City
Golden Girls for 20-50 somethings!
9. ER when George Clooney, Juliana Margulies, Sherry ?, and Anthony Greene were on.
Many a Thursday night in the Gamma Phi house was spent enjoying ER, or "George" as we called it.
10. Young and the Restless
No explanation needed.
11. Okay one more: Days of Our Lives in the early 80s-until Marlena became the Devil. WTF? But during that time, I can't TELL you how many tears I shed.
Jack and Jennifer, Steve and Kayla, Bo and Hope, Bo and Carly, Bo and Billie, Justin and Adrienne...
I am a total sucker for soap opera romances filled with pain and agony.
12. Entourage & Weeds are both excellent shows, but I Netflix them so they don't count.
Time to get back to work, lesson planning, and reading up on history!