One of the fun activities for children is TV viewing. I know, I enjoyed this immensely when I was a child, watching TV upon coming home from school, when I have my snack or when I do my homeworks (I hope my children would not be able to read this, lol).
Whenever i have time to watch at noon whenever go home for lunch from school (yes, we can go home for lunch), I watch Return Engagement on RPN9 especially when Dorothy Hamill is featured ice skating.
The shows I loved watching in our TV enclosed in a wooden cabinet with sliding doors and blue anti-radiation film as protection (no, not like a pop up TV) are Sesame Street, The Electric Company which is also a Sesame Street production, The Secrets of Isis (an Egyptian woman warrior who brings out her triangle pendant with the eye when she transforms into a superhero), Jacques-Yves Cousteau‘s Undersea World and Land of the Lost.
Anna Liza and Flor de Luna were also a hit then but I prefer watching the former.
Sing with me please…”Tatoe arashi ga hukou tomo…”
What about Little House on the Prairie, Charlie’s Angels (I still enjoyed reruns during the late 90s), BJ and the Bear, Bionic Woman, Bionic Man, Linda Carter as Wonder Woman and Bill Bixby as The Incredible Hulk.
Oh, what about Batman’s punches that say “Kapow!”
During weekends, I love watching Star Rangers (of course, I was Star Ranger #4 in our group at school while my seat mate Rodel was Star Ranger #1), Kaluskos Musmos (while eating chicken arroz caldo which was already a special meal for me). I can’t remember what else I watch on weekends, maybe I don’t watch a lot during these times, too busy to play.
I had fun trying to remember the shows I love to watch as a kid. So many fun shows to watch I must admit it was hard balancing studying and TV viewing then 😀
What were your favorite TV shows as a child?
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