Re: Mr. T Mohawk Grenade
- From: Nemesis <tehawk@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 09:37:12 -0800 (PST)
On Nov 17, 11:24 am, ASKF <nos...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
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Zil <zen13...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in news:4b02935e$0$2537$da0feed9
You never had the A-Team TV series (1980's action adventure aimed
mainly at kids) in your country? You missed out!
Kids? Seems like an awful lot of grownups followed that show. Kinda like
Dukes of Hazard and other shows involving lots of guns but no one ever
actually getting shot. (I wonder how many shooting accidents resulted from
this?) Vehicles were constantly rolling over with no one getting injured..
I think the term is "Family Entertainment", and is ment for both parents
and youngsters. "MacGyver" is another example of the genre and so is Dr.
I'm pretty sure A-Team is a show of the type that are better served
being kept in the memory, than seen again. Time doesn't really treat
these shows well.
Problem is that as time passes, your perceptions or world view
changes. Flaws you didn't notice back then are more noticeable now.
If you were a teenager in the 1970's or 1980's, something that looked
cool back then looks corny now.
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