10    Apr 20123 comments

Television: A shared family experience

The Huffington Post recently published an article about the 25th anniversary of the TV show "The Bold and the Beautiful." This is an iconic soap opera that has been running for, well, 25 years! If you haven't seen it, it’s set in Los Angeles and focuses on the Forrester family and their family fashion business.

Shared experiences help create the close bond that families enjoy. In some families, television plays its part as a shared pastime, with the whole family getting together to watch their favorite show.

In my family, we used to watch episodes of Dr. Who together (and by together I mean some of us were on the sofa and others were hiding behind it)!

What TV show does your family watch together? Was there a show that you all used to watch? Which one was it? Let us know below.

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  1. Ah, it had to be 'Allo 'Allo. Most of it was beyond me but I loved the silly accents.
  2. Now we are really going back in time. When television first started, there only a few shows on each night. As a family, we all watched the Ed Sullivan Show, Milton Berle. When Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis started their telethons, that was unheard of and we would sit up all night watching it.
  3. The Golden Shot, Oh Brother, Francie and Josie. Now when I was the mummy it was All Creatures Great and Smalll, but as I encouraged life away from the t.v. I think that was about it. The books, ah now the books were a different story.

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