For me, there are so many I can never get enough of, and I'll tell you about a few of them and why! First, The Andy Griffith Show! I can never get enough of the reruns so I bought a lot of the boxed DVD sets! There is a genuine peaceful, loving quality in Andy's face, and complete wisdom in all his dealings with Opie, Barney, and anyone else in the episode's plot. I love the way he talks and the kinds of words he uses that are unique to both the locale and time period, just completely charming! Another is The Incredible Hulk series on DVD! Bill Bixby is another actor who comes across on screen as very patient, loving, and kind to the extent I really believe he was this way in real life. The show also is a visual documentation of the late 70's through the early 80's of clothing, hairstyles, cars, mannerisms, social norms, etc. You can even catch a periodic clip with a gas station sign showing the price of gas then! The last example is Bewitched. Samantha Stevens, (Elizabeth Montgomery) has a personality in the series much like Andy and Bill - very wise, caring, loving, and always knowing what to say or how to treat others with respect and kindness. Sure, it's all a script, but I really feel that these people had to be somewhat like their characters for those qualities to shine through with so much honesty. It's interesting to me, because Andy Griffith aired before I was born; Bewitched when I was born through young childhood, and The Incredible Hulk when I was in grade school; all three depict very different time periods in the United States and different lives. One is a sheriff in a small town, one a suburban house wife to and advertising exec, and the other a medical doctor. Two are fantasy based so they delight the imagination; the other almost so utopian that it is a fantasy in itself - referring to Mayberry. All three series leave me feeling very happy, delighted, daydreaming, and wishing I could have met all the actors, I just love them! Another point, I imagine people who are not here anymore such as my grandparents, my dad, all alive - beyond the view that the scope of the studio filming captures, and I wonder what they were doing at that particular time because they are just as much there as anything you can see in the show.