Alex Blaze

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Filed By Alex Blaze | April 27, 2007 1:46 PM | comments

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Do you miss ABC's TGIF programming? Do you remember ABC's TGIF programming?


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yeah, those days are long gone, huh... I guess Nickelodeon and Disney took care of family programming, which is kind of sad really, considering my 8 yr old thinks the programming is pretty lame.

He does watch Law and Order, and loves Lost, but really I can't think of any primetime shows that are made anymore for a family demographic. So, yeah, it would be nice to see.

Survivor is family friendly. So is American Idol. Most of the sitcoms are still okay for children too. In fact, the whole rule of primetime is that it has to be family friendly, isn't it?

We did the American Idol thing for a few years, it's getting pretty tired with us. Which sitcoms? My son likes the Thursday line up on NBC, but honestly- there's a whole lot in those shows that he cannot relate to. I haven't seen any children as part of the story on say The Office, 30 Rock, or Scrubs. What happened to the Huxtables, or the Tanners to name a few?

What happened to the Huxtables, or the Tanners to name a few?

They all moved to new digs. Yeah, these shows are considered "classics" now - and I grew up on them.

I feel SO old.