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How about trying a new game?

You can use any clues you want, anytime you want to identify a TV show, as long as it's your turn.

The TV show should be fairly obvious from the clue(s).

For instance, you could use:

  • A one liner, such as "To the moon, Alice."
  • A pictionary clue
  • A line or lines from the theme song
  • A sentence describing the overall plot - like in the "What's this movie?" thread
  • A list of secondary characters.

Plus, if you use a one-liner for your first clue and nobody guesses it, your next clue could be a pictionary clue.

Please, no long dialogue quotes. I envision a faster-moving, easier game.

And, like the other games, only the person with the correct guess can post the next clue.

Here's a clue to get started:

Here's the story of a lovely lady

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I'm not clear what your point is then. I don't think I'm much older than anyone here. I thought the whole point of this game was to stir memories ,and realize-'oh yeah-I do remember that show !' I'm

it was Combat-on Tuesdays before McHales Navy on ABC.I don't have a fresh show handy at the moment, and off for the day. anyone may jump in.

I'm glad someone else had heard of it. He could have dropped the name and I still wouldn't have gotten close.

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Please, no long dialogue quotes. I envision a faster-moving, easier game.

And, like the other games, only the person with the correct guess can post the next clue.

Here's a clue to get started:

Here's the story of a lovely lady

There already is a thread "Name that TV Show," using dialogue to represent a show. It sort of died away, but could be brought back.

On the other hand, giving other types of clues might be a good, new thread. (It's reminiscent of the old Nostalgia Thread.)

Anyway, bfh's show is obviously "The Brady Bunch."

This one may be a LITTLE tougher, though I expect several people here will get it quickly:

Jack Larson

Phyllis Coates

John Hamilton

George

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"Star Trek: The Next Generation."

Neat. Sweet. Petite.

George

The Addams Family.

However it's spelled.

Here's another tack.

This television show had Harpo Marx as a guest-star. And Van Johnson.

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I know Harpo appeared on "I Love Lucy" (with a classic "mirror" skit). Van Johnson may also have appeared on ILL, so that's my first guess.

George

Van Johnson appeared in the episode immediately preceeding it-"Dancing Star."

Harpo Marx appears in the episode "Harpo Marx."

Yours again, George.

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