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The Good Old Days of TGIF

Updated on February 1, 2011

The Good old days of T G I F

when Friday nights were actually fun,

and everyone enjoyed watching their fave TV shows with their families & friends while eating some snacks; shows like Full house, Perfect strangers,Family matters, and Step by step. That was the wonderful Era of TV shows from the 80's and early 90's shows that truly meant something and covered topics such as; friendship, true love, and important family issues. Nowadays, we don't see much of that anymore. TV has changed so much since then. I'm sure that you agree with me . So Let me know what you think?

What are you waiting for go ahead and share your opinion.

Jeanne D'arc Karam AKA JD The Sweet Angel

3Angels Power Film Production INC

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      Mark 6 years ago

      I agree. What used to be a night where one great sitcom followed another, is now just a myriad of reality television shows. Pathetic, just pathetic.

      I sold my television back in 2005 because television was just too depressing to watch.

      Now that I have the internet, I can watch all of my favorite programs from the 80's and 90's.

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      3angelspower 6 years ago from Cornwall, Ontario

      Dear Mark,

      Selling your tv was a good choice because these days

      the tv shows aren't as good as they used to be. Back then the shows used to have more meanings, and used to mark a difference in our lives. These shows left us a smile when we needed one. Right on, the internet now replaced the TV, and gave us a chance to relive history by watching the good old shows which are truly a treasure..

      Jeanne d'arc Karam

      3Angels Power Film Production INC

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