Saturday, July 19, 2008

back n the day

I will free your mind today.
thought amnesty. u dont have to think - let me entertain u

Back in the day believe it or not, TV was different. In fact most shows were in black and white and there were only four channels including PBS. Check this, it would go off before mid night with a picture of an Indian in crosshairs and the sound would be a long ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooe.

When we did watch it, everybody watched it together. And on that note, I decided to list my favorite TV shows I watched when I was growing up, up to age 10, albeit I never watched more than 6 hrs a week. Here are mine, what were yours (no particular order.

1] Monday Night Football – no explanation.

2] The Red Skelton Show – Sunday nights and classic.

3] The Flip Wilson Show – Geraldine. Time Magazine had him on the Cover, 1st Black Variety Show on TV

4] Lucile Ball show – second funniest woman ever on TV to me.

5] I spy – when Bill Cosby was Black and Proud.

6] Mash – TRUE satire, exceptional writers

7] Dean Martin – drinking and smoking on TV with the first half naked women, years before the music video.

8] Carol Burnett show – Tim Conway was a tight writer and she was the FUNNIEST woman ever on TV.

9] Dennis the Menace – Poor Mr. Mitchell

10] Leave it to Beaver – made me wonder why my life as a young Black Kid was way so different.

11] Little Rascals – the way friends should be (all races). Introduced me to the “He man woman hatter Club.”


msladydeborah said...

OOOOOOWeeee! U sure is old!

(You know I'm just playing. Considering that I have got a few years up on u)

I was thinking about old school habits the other day.

Our television was on during the hours that Captain Kangaroo was aired in the morning. After that it stayed off until Flippo the Clown came on in the evening. That was a local show that featured cartoons and movies.

The news was on for one hour. Local coverage was thirty minutes, national was too.

During the work week, television signed off the air at 1:00 sharp. All stations played the National Athem to signal it was a wrap until the next day.

On the weekends you could stay up and watch scary movies until 2:00 and then it was a wrap.

I remember being totally amazed that stations could broadcast all night. The first time that happened was during the days after JFK had been assasinated. Once he had been laid to rest it was business as usual.

When I was a little girl, you could tell what day of the week it was by the shows that folks watched.

On Sunday evenings, everybody watched Ed Sullivan~especially if any of the headliners were Black. In fact there would a word of mouth campaign via the telephone to make sure you didn't miss the program.

I maintain that 24/7 365 television is not all it is cracked up to be. A lot of noise and minimal substance. And top heavy with infommericals.

I do not watch television every day. I can't do it.

Anita said...

You're so right. TV has definitely changed. For the worse, I think, except for the occasional gems that pop up on HBO and PBS.

You and I share a couple of "favs" ... here's my Top 10 list (in no particular order, except to say that I think MASH was superb):

The Mary Tylor Moore Show
Welcome Back Kotter
Good Times
The Little Rascals
The Andy Griffith Show
I Love Lucy
Star Trek
I Love Lucy
The Partridge Family (yeah, yeah, I know gross ... but, hey, give me a break!!!)

Torrance Stephens - All-Mi-T said...

yep i am, but io dont look it, folk age well

I kept on watching star trek LOL

no_slappz said...

The only significant difference between TV from the 1950s and 1960s compared with today is volume.

Without movies to fill the hours, there was not enough original programming to fill all 24 hours of the day in the first two full decades of TV.

No one mentioned Amos & Andy, which, despite beliefs to the contrary, presented decent black characters in situations no different than those of white characters in other TV comedies.

There were some excellent TV writers in 50s and 60s. Rod Serling of the Twilight Zone. Paddy Chayevsky (who wrote the movies "Marty" and "Network") and others at Playhouse 90.

Meanwhile, most of the shows recorded on film in those early days are replayed constantly on cable today.

As for the Little Rascals, well, those began as movie shorts and were made before TV existed, like the Three Stooges. They were reruns when they first appeared on TV.

That aside, as always there is some superb writing for TV today. Take your pick of shows. There's good quality in every area, and the documentaries are sometimes astounding.

MacDavid said...

Being of a later generation (b. 1982), my few of my favorite shows were (no particular order; including cartoons):

1. 227 - Loved the mother.
2. Amen - The old man was hilarious!
3. Heathcliff
4. Inspector Gadget
5. Care Bears - I was a sensitive child.
6. Mama's Family - I lived for "Mama's" humor.
7. Carol Burnett
8. GI Joe
9. Night Rider - Loved the car, didn't care for David.
10. 21 Jump Street - Always a fan of Johnny Depp
11. The Smurfs - Why was there one girl?
12. Golden Girls - Natural born South Floridian, and lived around "Golden Gils". The Blanche and mother were the funniest!
13. Jay Leno

MacDavid said...

OMGosh, how could I have forgotten Star Trek!! I watched all of the originals all the way through ST: The Next Generation, and ST: Voyager...the rest was garbage. However, the subsequent ST movies remained very well done. Can't wait for the new one coming.

Beautifully.Conjured.Up said...

Wow...the only way I saw those shows were on TV Land. I must say in this present day, I still watch Mash...its a great way to put me to sleep :)

sista gp said...

Oddly I cannot not remember much of my childhood like my siblings, I had to cheat (
) to pick out my fav shows.

A Team
B.J. and the Bear
Babylon 5
Barnaby Jones
Battlestar Galactica
The Bionic Woman
Charlie's Angels
Dukes of Hazzard
Greatest American Hero
The Incredible Hulk
Knight Rider
Quincy, M.E.
Remington Steele
Simon and Simon
Six Million Dollar Man
Star Trek (Next Gen, Voyager, DS9)
Wonder Woman

After making the list above and noticing the categories of the shows: action, superheroes, investigation, CARS/TRUCKS, and sci/fi, I had to laugh. These are the same things my son is into. Hubby prefers comedy like many on your list.

Dreamy said...

hey honey, hope that you are having a wondeful weekend!!!

The Flyyest said...

9....10....11 i remember watching(maybe reruns) but them other shows....i probably wasnt even thought of!!! lmao

T.C. said...

it does definitely show that times have drastically changed...even growing up i didn't have cable so albeit i had more than 4 channels it wasn't that much watching was still restricted and reading and spending time talking was most important definitely agree that Lucy and Carol are top notch funny as hell!
so telling my age here are mines:

1. Cosby Show
2. A Different World
3. 227
4. Fresh Prince
5. I love Lucy
7. The Jeffersons
8. Amen
9. Roseanne
10. Martin
11. In Living Color
12. The Simpsons

msladydeborah said...


In response to your comment:

Black don't crack! :-)

Rich said...

I was telling my girls the other day that TV used to be in black and white. They looked at me like I was from the stone age.

Flip Wilson
All My Children (when Jessie was on it)
Gilligan's Island
Little Rascal's
Captain Kangaroo
Knight Rider
A Team
Good Times
Love Boat
Love American Style
The Andy Griffith Show
The Walton's

I'm sure I could think of more.

Sauce said...

as a child, i didn't watch too much tv during the week while growing up. we were outside until it was dinnertime and after dinner it was basically bath and bedtime.

i only got to watch channel 10 in the mornings so i gotta say

sesame street
captain kangaroo
electric company

until channel 24 aired. then it was saturday afternoon CREATURE FEATURE,remember that one?

T.Allen-Mercado said...

Very tight limits on the tube in our house...

I was allowed these...
-Captain Kangaroo
-Sesame Street
-The Electric Company (still a big Morgan Freeman fan)
-The Muppet Show
-3-2-1 Contact

I enjoyed these on the sly w/my grandpa...
-Quincy, ME

Thanks for the "fluff", it was quite pleasant... *wink*

Sheliza said...

Some of my favs back in the day are:

Diffrent Strokes
The Brady Bunch
The Flintstones
Solid Gold
Dance Fever (Denny Terrio was HOTT!)
Yo MTV Raps
Dynasty/ The Colbys
and my #1 fav I still watch today is General Hospital (watching since I moved to the US back in 1976!!)

Fun post!

profunksticated said...

This post is right up my alley. A great list. I had forgotten about The Flip Wilson Show.

One of my faves was Room 222, which I posted on some time back.

I'm a font of classic TV trivia. I was watching reruns of Hogan's Heroes a couple weeks ago and thinking that must have been controversial, poking fun at Nazi Germany only two decades after WWII. But that show was funny.

Too bad Bob Crane, who played Hogan, met his end in such a grisly way in the late 70s. And Ivan Dixon, the black actor who played communications expert Sgt. Kinchloe, died recently. RIP.

IntrospectiveGoddess said...

Hmm shows I watched as a kid...

Care Bears

The Baby sitters club

Winnie the Pooh

Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

A different World


The Cosby Show


Scooby Doo


Living Single

This post is really telling of people's ages....

(fŭng'kē) [blak] [chik] said...

I wasn't allowed to watch tv until I was 9 yrs old. My family was a little ecentric when it came to certain things. We were only allowed to read/write/draw. I was the writer, my sister was the artist, my younger sister was the brother? well he just like to eat...

When we were finally allowed to watch it...

1. Little House on The Prairie
2. 227
3. Cosby Show
4. Murder She Wrote (my all time favorite, I wanted to be a detective growing up)
5. Benny Hill (I had to sneak to watch that)
6. Benson
7. Different Strokes

My son didn't start watching tv until he was 6...and he's only allowed 1 1/2 a day.

Btw..your daughters hair looks like a smaller version of cute!

Waiting for Zufan! said...

This is an age-revealing post! You were maybe just a tad before my time, huh? Anyway, here's what I watched. I didn't watch much, but what I saw, I LOVED.

1. Love Boat - OMG, I loved the Love Boat. Def my #1 fav back in the day. I was too little for that stuff! What were my parents thinking! LOL!

2. Different Strokes. It was on after school every day, and I totally loved this show, too.

3. Scooby-Doo. I still enjoy Scooby-Doo! Now I get to read the books to my kids.

4. Arsenio Hall Show. I was also too young for that! Do you remember that guy, Arsenio? What ever happened to him? I was IN LOVE with Arsenio. Never mind he was probably old enough to be my dad.

That's about it, nothing much else stands out.

Candy said...

Damn it sounds like we grew up in the same household!!!

One Man’s Opinion said...

"Black and White" you say? Amazing. You forgot to mention how the only time you saw black people in commercials was if the shows were "black". It's true.

I loved the little Rascals. Styme was the man! And not the mention Seaseme Street. I watched that damn show until I was twenty. Don't tell anybody. LOL

MacDaddy said...

I Spy,
Red Skelton &
Carol Burnett

Our entire family watched these shows together. 0f course the kids had to do their homework first. I don't think families watch tv together now; and some schools don't even give homework.

4GOTTEN1 said...

I watched a lot of these shows but being that im not out my 20's yet it was all in re runs but they were cool none the less.

Kai said...

Great topic Torrance!
Some of my favorite shows (in no particular order because I loved them all were:

Good Times
Whats Happening
Different Strokes
The Jeffersons
Electric Company
The Facts of Life
Little House on The Prairie
The Brady Bunch
The Cosby Show
A Different World
In the Heat of The Night
Soul Train
Mamas Family
Als Diner
Video Music Box( local video show)
Charlies Angels
many others

rainywalker said...

Raw Dawg,
Great trip down memory lane. There are many before that, our first television was 13 inches! Age, age........

Curious said...

Wait a minute, wait a minute. I am not going to mention Laugh-in or the Smothers Brothers, I don't want to adjust or reacess your list but you and I are from the same era and you fail to mention Julia? I don't even remember what is was about, but Diahann Caroll playing a nurse proved that there were black people who existed outside of my little world and that they were significant.

And what about Bonanza, a story of family, friendship, honor and justice. Although I only remember the 2 brothers Hoss and little Joe. I didn't know there was a 3rd brother until cable came along.

And finally, the piece de resistance, Batman. Holy cow Torrence, with the world in a turmoil how can you not list a show that probably had more stars and one liners than the rest of TV put together? And also had 2 of the sexiest woman ever, playing Catwoman.

Curious said...

Oh and more thing. Here's Lucy was the Lucille Ball show I knew when I was growing up. Not the funiest out of all her series, but there you are.

SjP said...

who knew! so you know about having to get up on the roof and fix the antenna! LOL! i wanna no if u stood up when the national athem played before they indian in the crosshairs? now ain't that some stuff...indian first then the O man's wife {SMDH}! never thought about that till now! there's another future post idea for you :>)

Torrance Stephens - All-Mi-T said...

did u watch or like any of the shows I mentioned.

Thanks for the drive by, and 21 jump street was a trend setter
LOL we all some vulcans at heart

LOL at TV land youngin

sista gp
Battlestar Galactica, MacGyver, Quincy, M.E. were classics,

Fine and u hon

The Flyyest
But u here now that’s all that counts hon

Moving on up to the east side
To a deluxe apt (not condo) in the sky LOL

How could I leave out Love American St and
The Walton's good night John Boy I envied their family on that mountain named after them

I rember when 24 came on folk

Morgan freeman did put it down, now im reminded of mr. rodgers

LOL who shot JR?

Rm 222, with Calvin Lockhart every friday

LOL at the age wise crack

(fŭng'kē) [blak] [chik]
Little house on the prariy great show, didn’t benson come from Mary Hartman, Mary Hartmen?

Waiting for Zufan!
The LOOOOOOVE Boat – loved that song


One Man’s Opinion
You know SS had and still has one of the best sound tracks ever “one, two, three, for five”, One of these kids is doing their own thing.” And LuLu is back in town. LOL

Belive it or not it was for the family, now days they use it as a bay sitter

U saying im old folk.

Come on a zooom, zooma zoom, loved that song

With two wires out the tope thyat supposedly made reception better. lol

Laugh-in or the Smothers Brothers were the truth, they were the comedy news before cable
Julia yep, it was in color, singl;e black mom nurse raising her son
Great taste. Hope I aint date u LOL

LOL. U silly

B said...

Why have I watched every single one of those shows? I'm old!!

Anonymous said...


I really didn't watch tv very much. I was outside making fires,catching bugs and putting them in spiderwebs (lol...but I made my brother catch the bees), building clubhouses and playing tag or playing barbies.

When I did watch I watched:

Who's the Boss (those two came on at like 1am and I'd watch them when I was supposed to be sleeping lol)
Barney (Yes, I watched Barney...all through elementary)
Sonic the Hedgehog
Fresh Prince of BelAir

Everything else is just a blur. Probably was in the room but I wasnt watching. And that's probably why I cant sit and watch tv for hours now. I didnt see a lot of the "classic" Black movies until now lol I just saw Coming to America a month ago ha! The girl Patrice McDowell...that's my name! Paula Patrice McDowell

and I saw the Color Purple all the way through my freshman year of college.

Marleaux said...

I Love Lucy is so timeless and will still one of the funniest shows on TV 20 years from now.

Anonymous said...

LOL... you are taking me back (smile). I remember when tv used to just end at night, no 3 am movies, no nothing.You either slept or read a book.

My folks were po as we used to say and we only had one tv, so I was not much of a tv person which has carried over to my adult life.

Only reason we have cable and that is without the movie channels is because my husband and son think its a necessity.

I agree tv has changed, and not at all for the better.

NoRegrets said...

Boy, you look good for someone so old! Carol Burnett show was my #1 - I used to die laughing.

no_slappz said...


TV began broadcasting in color around 1960.

The first presidential nominating convention to appear on TV was the Democratic Convention of 1948 that nominated Harry Truman.

I watched ALL the shows on your list more than once. Of those you listed, I probably enjoyed The Little Rascals the most. Those films were usually shown along with the Three Stooges. Other favorites were the Twilight Zone, Outer Limits. I also watched a lot of baseball, football and hockey along the way.

Luscious Librarian said...

I used to hate the Lucille Ball show. I thought it promoted antiquated female stereotypes, until I found out that she produced the show. Now, I can stomach it and appreciate it for the comedy.

laughing808 said...

I loved the Little Rascals. I keep trying to get my niece to sit down and watch it, to which she responds with a thumbs down and a "Boo"

I see other commenters have rattled off old gems of tv shows. No one mentioned:

A Man Called Hawk
The A Team

KELSO'S NUTS said...

Torrance: Thanks for the memories. I still laugh at the Geraldine bit and whenever something goes sideways on me I grab my chest and say "I'm comin', Elizabeth!" In no particular order:

F TROOP (the "Hikawis" got there name from an old vaudeville joke about a tribe called the "Fugawi" as in "We're the Fugawi"! Tah-dah!
(all of Anita's Classics+Twilight Zone -- and, Anita, Spartacus and I ARE Juan Epstein!)

GOOD TIMES (still the only TV sitcom with a bit about OIL ECONOMICS and a bit about poverty that could have come from Jean Genet or Anton Chekhov -- a poor blind lady mistaking roaches for almonds on her vanilla ice cream --geez, that was on a COMEDY show)

NYPD (the original -- imagine if The Wire or Prince Of The City was on regular TV and you'll have a sense of that show.)

GIBBSVILLE (an amazingly faithful series based on the characters in John O'Hara's fiction)

[These may have only been New York things but..."OFFICER JOE BOLTON'S CLUBHOUSE and THE YULE LOG]

And the classic early 1980s joke about TV:

"I was watching 'That's Incredible', you know, and it was really weird. They had these three retards in this glass booth...wait a, I guess that was 'Monday Nite Football.'"

Anonymous said...

i think people don't realize just how strong Flip Wilson really wuz.. he OWNED the show he did on network that time that wuz a BIG deal!!! Flip said he banked the money and lived off the interest and the gigs he did in Vegas!

Big Cheekz said...

Sir... u don't look old enough in your pics for some of those shows you listed to have been your favorites. You watched the re-runs maybe? lol

here are mine from 80's/90's:
Cosby Show
Different World
Fresh Prince
Bev Hills 90210
Mama's Family
Magmum PI
In Living Color
Sat Night Live

and my list goes on...

Torrance Stephens - All-Mi-T said...

Cause u got great taste

U still love me don’t u folk

She and carol B

No where for the better except espn and cspan and survival man

U making me blush folk

point well taken, did u like any of the shows I mentiond slappz?

Luscious Librarian
She and Flip were kindred spirits regarding that

They used to jam on fame

Ditto and these were after I was 10 though




and don’t forget The Night stalker

Flip was the truth if u can read that Time Magazine article

Big Cheekz
U sound like my students who be in class trying to mack teacher 45 folk
Sat night live, was a classic – Mr. Bill

no_slappz said...


Yes, I liked all the shows you mentioned. The Little Rascals movies were probably my favorites.

profunksticated said...

yo dawg,

I watched Room 222 also, but I'm pretty sure the lead actor was Lloyd Haines, although you could mistake him for Calvin Lockhart.

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