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  • yes they are classics and technically, i am a classic
  • Can I just leave the TV off? Please??? Honestly, I have seen each one, and the sexism in them make me want to vomit.
  • Yes, all three. I've seen every episode of "I Love Lucy" more than once, and some, several times. "Vita-meta-veggiman" ring a bell? LOL. Classic stuff, for sure. "Leave it to Beaver" - every day after school. To this good day, those are the only "Lumpy" and "Beaver" I've ever known. "Father Knows Best" - watched it, but the other two were my favorites.
  • The origional ones were before my time, but I have wtched the reruns of I Love Lucy and Leave It To Beaver all my life.
  • Did I ever? Yes. Do I still? Yes. I watch "I Love Lucy" and "Leave it to Beaver" nearly everyday. I've seen all episodes of both many times. "Father Knows Best" isn't on reruns right now. If if were I would watch it also. "The Andy Griffith Show" is another I watch daily. "I Love Lucy" and "The Andy Griffith Show" are my favorite shows. They're timeless. Others I love to watch are: The Honeymooners The Danny Thomas Show The Ann Southern Show The George Burns & Gracie Allen Show
  • All of the above I'm afraid. Old dog.
  • I love "I Love Lucy!" I bought the whole series and watch episodes frequently. I'm not familiar with those other two shows.
  • Yes. I'm glad I never have to watch them again.
  • Didn't we all back then?
  • Those were great shows and I was brought up with them.They were a reflection of society,the part I miss.The mother would stay home and take care of the house and the father would go to work.The children would come home for lunch cooked by the mother,and food would always be on the table at 5 PM.Life was simple then with no big social issues.Those were the good days,when families were families.
  • Every time I'm flipping through channels, If I see an I Love Lucy episode, I'll usually watch it. She cracks me up!!
  • Lucy sometimes, even now I find it funny.
  • I know them all by heart but that doesn't stop me from watching them again and again:)
  • not since i was a child.
  • Loved all of them. Saw every episode and cherished them then and now. Now that was TV:-)
  • All three but I don't remember Beaver and Father knows best that much. Lucy could be annoying at times.
  • Yes and Andy Griffith ( Andy and Mayberry ) and I still watch all of them -- I love them + 5
  • Yes, I really enjoy I Love Lucy and Leave it to Beaver. Father Knows Best is way too corny.
  • I've seen some of I Love Lucy. But I used to love watching Leave it to Beaver. It was a family thing. I never saw any of Father Knows Best.
  • I have watched I Love Lucy and Leave it to Beaver but I have never seen Father Knows Best.
  • Yes I have watched all three, Lucy was outrageously funny, Beaver was always getting into some horrific jam, the tea cup episode comes to mind and finally I remember Father Knows Best,Robert Young before Marcus Welby M.D.
  • All of the above and I still watch reruns of "I Love Lucy" all the time on TVLAND channel.
  • all of the above plus more...the donna reed show, the lone ranger, ed sullivan..and lots more
  • I didn't really see much of father knows best. Mostly Lucy and Leave it to Beaver. My partner is a HUGE I Love Lucy fan (and she just turned 35 yesterday, believe it or not!)
  • I was born 1959 ... Yes to everything with Lucy ... No to all the rest, they were not on Canadian TV at the time the shows first aired, but now, with "Deja View TV", ALL the old hits are in re-run ... but I do not have cable or satellite, so I've still never seen them.
  • Many times.
  • Yes, growing up I watched some reruns of "I Love Lucy" and "Father Knows Best," though for Lucille Ball I preferred her later "Lucy Show" from the early '60s. I enjoyed "Father Knows Best" a lot, too bad it's no longer re-run (at least on regular TV, don't have cable so don't know if it's there) and it's not on DVD. I've seen the first two seasons of "Leave it to Beaver" on DVD in recent years -- it's okay, but probably enjoyed more by kids than adults, and I don't think it was as good as what I remember from "Father Knows Best."
  • Yes, being born in the 50s and growing up watching these wonderful shows is one of my favorite memories. I'd watch other shows with my mom, I remember, like I Married Joan and Our Miss Brooks, Dobie Gillis. TV was just so 'nice' back then, maybe idealized but there is nothing wrong with seeing good and kind and still funny people for your entertainment. I think I've had it with 'realism' and police crime dramas and autopsies.
  • most definitely along with Ozzie & Harriet, Honeymooners, Donna Reed Show, Andy Griffith Show,to name a few!
  • I love "I Love Lucy"! I'm too young for the others, even though I have seen them a couple of times in re-runs on Nick At Night. Am the oldest person on here? LOL!
  • I was beginning to think that I was waaay too old for this site...tee hee.

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