Family. Something not always portrayed in a wholesome light. It was good to see how families of different eras, from different backgrounds, with different hopes and dreams fought their way, sometime with laughter, through this show we call life.
(1972-1981) Good night John Boy. Probably the most recognized line of all tv. We waited weekly to see how the Walton's dealt with life durning the depression. Whatever they faced, they faced it together and we too thought everything would br ok on Walton's Mountain.
(1976-1980) Lawyer father and a homemaker mother the heads the Lawrence family. A head strong 20ish daughter, teenage son and Buddy their tomboy youngest on her way to becoming a young lady rounded out the cast. Their middle class lifestyle made us believe they lived next door.
(1974-1983) The Ingalls, lived a life that was mostly a uphill struggle. A hard life in a hard time. Poor dirt farmers that taught us lessons, made us cry and occasionally made us laugh.
(1984-1992). Cliff and Clair Huxtable, both professionals, which supplied a upper class lifestyle for their 5 children. Showing the world that with hard work, determination, respect and a dose of life lessons we can achieve anything.
(1996-2007) 7 children, a dog, a stay at home mom and a pastor and you have the Camdens. Weekly we saw how this large family struggled to get by on a pastors salary. With the Camdens money didn't matter, it was all about the path you take and how you get there.
Family, a word that has a different meaning to all of us. Each of these shows offers a different take on the meaning, watch one or watch all. You'll walk away knowing what family really means.
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