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Mr. Eighties
Apr 29, 2023

Flashback Alert: Welcome to TV Tuesday! ✨📺

This week, we’re diving into the golden era of television—the unforgettable ’80s! Whether it was the sci-fi adventures, the family sitcoms that felt like home, or the thrillers that kept us on the edge of our seats, ’80s TV had it all. 🌟👾

🔥 Join us in the “TV Tuesday” thread to share your all-time favorite ‘80s TV show, the character you secretly wanted to be, or that one episode you can’t forget. Let’s get nostalgic!

I'll start with the Greatest American Hero. I talked about it a few days so it's been stuck on my mind.
For such a good show it was cut short. It was on air for how long? 2 seasons maybe 3??

Welcome back to TV Tuesday! This week will honor TV Tuesday with the 80s TV show Family Ties! I used to watch this show religiously when I was a kid.

Family Ties is a beloved 80s sitcom that follows the lives of the Keaton family, featuring parents Steven and Elyse, and their children Alex, Mallory, and Jennifer. Set against the backdrop of the Reagan era, the show explores generational conflicts, societal changes, and the challenges of balancing family dynamics with individual pursuits. With its witty humor, heartfelt moments, and memorable characters, Family Ties remains an enduring classic that captures the essence of family life in the 1980s.

Hey everyone, it's TV Tuesday on our forum, and this week we're celebrating the beloved show "Diff'rent Strokes"! Technically released in '78, but in my opinion, it's still the epitome of an '80s show! From "Whatchu talkin' 'bout, Willis?" to Mr. Drummond's wise lessons, let's reminisce about the good ol' days of '80s television. Share your favorite episodes and characters here! 📺
For this week's TV Tuesday, we're celebrating the iconic show Cheers! Cheers is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from 1982 to 1993, spanning eleven seasons with 275 episodes, each running for 22-26 minutes. Created by James Burrows, Glen Charles, and Les Charles, the show was produced by Charles/Burrows/Charles Productions in collaboration with Paramount Network Television. Set in a bar of the same name in Boston, Cheers revolves around a group of regulars who gather to unwind, socialize, and forget about their everyday troubles. 📺🍻
For this week's 80s T.V. Tuesday I'm honoring the show Mr. Belvedere. "Mr. Belvedere" was a classic sitcom from the 80s that brought a delightful mix of humor and heartwarming family moments to TV screens. The show revolved around the witty and sophisticated English butler, Mr. Lynn Belvedere, who becomes the household help for the Owens family. With his British charm and sharp wit, Mr. Belvedere often found himself in amusing situations while navigating the quirks of American family life. The dynamic between Mr. Belvedere and the Owens family, especially with the mischievous youngest son Wesley, provided plenty of laughs and touching moments throughout the series. It's one of those shows that perfectly captures the essence of 80s sitcoms and continues to hold a special place in the hearts of many nostalgic viewers.

For this weeks. 80s T.V. Tuesday I'm paying homage to the beloved show "Growing Pains." Transport yourself back to the era of big hair, neon lights, and unforgettable family sitcoms. Join us as we reminisce about the heartwarming adventures of the Seaver family and the timeless lessons learned from Dr. Jason Seaver's sage advice. Whether you're a die-hard fan or discovering the magic for the first time, come relive the laughter, tears, and cherished moments that made "Growing Pains" a quintessential part of 80s pop culture. Don't miss out on this trip down memory lane every Tuesday as we celebrate the enduring legacy of a television classic.

This week's 80s TV Tuesday I'm honoring the show Sanford. Sanford was a spin off the 70s show Sanford and Son which is one of my all time favorite television shows. Sanford wasn't as good as the original but nevertheless it deserves the recognition.

Welcome back to another week of 80s TV Tuesdays. This week I will be honoring the 80s TV show Punky Brewster. I used to watch this all the time during the 80s after school and I think many of you did too.

It's another week of 80s TV Tuesdays and this week I'm honoring the 80s show Benson. I used to watch it all the time back in the 80s. Any fans?

Once again ladies and gentlemen it's 80s TV Tuesdays. This week I'm honoring the show The Jeffersons. This show kept me entertained five days a week during the earliest and still does when I binge watch it. It ran from 1975 till 1985.