Chet Lafferty (el 13/12/14 a las 10:47 pm)
Hey, you forgot King of Queens (1998-2007). Did you ever see that show?
It's on TV Land weeknights at 10:00pm-12:00am, weekend mornings at 7:00 or
9:00 on TBS, and weekdays @ 3pm on TBS. It originally aired on CBS from
1998-2007. Make a "History of Television 2" and include the shows you
didn't feature, like "CSI", "NCIS", "The King of Queens", "Everybody Loves
Raymond", "The Middle", to name a few. Research the other shows on
Wikipedia. Like "Programs previously broadcast on CBS, NBC, ABC, and FOX."
Also search "Family Guy", "American Dad", and others. Thanks.
superkeegan9100 (el 24/01/15 a las 2:08 pm)
Drinking 60's drinks on TV.
Dennis Braun (el 09/09/14 a las 8:15 am)
You need to do a part two with Brady Bunch, Lavern and Shirley, Jeffersons
or Good Times, Different Strokes, Dynasty, Family Ties, MacGuyver, Cops,
Full House, Real World, Sopranos, Sex and the City with Gorilla being all
four Characters, and end it with Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones.
Corey M (el 08/11/14 a las 9:10 pm)
*Ode to Television from* +Glove and Boots A MUST WATCH!!
planclops (el 27/06/14 a las 9:08 pm)
I would love to watch a Gorilla version of Jersey Shore! It would be ten
times as entertaining and ten times as intelligent.
Tyler Higashi (el 21/12/14 a las 5:24 am)
Do another one of these with other big shows like MASH, Cheers, South Park,
Jackass, Spongebob Squarepants, Family Guy, House, Glee, Breaking Bad,
Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and maybe Pokemon (it was and still is a
pretty big deal for America).
inventors_channel (el 14/01/15 a las 8:08 pm)
next time doctor who (1963), its before star trek
Eric Brady (el 23/10/14 a las 4:15 am)
The Simpsons came out in 1989, not 1990
aMulliganStew (el 26/01/15 a las 12:46 am)
so many shows, so little time
cephir909 (el 17/12/14 a las 4:26 pm)
jupp. like 75% of these i only know because of jokes and homages from other