i feel like going down the memory lane. i don't know but i suddenly felt the urge to write about some shows that i have loved in the past. okay, maybe until now... today, let me start with tv shows (not in particular order... i am writing them as i remember them...)
Airwolf is a dramatic action- adventure series that tells the story of Stringfellow Hawke (Jan-Michael Vincent), idealist and reluctant hero, who struggles to survive national and, occasionally, international intrigue with the aid of the awesomely powerful weapon: Airwolf.
A crack commando unit turned prisoners turned fugitives are no-ordinary soldiers of fortune. That's the A-Team. Who could forget Hannibal (the leader of the team... remember that old 'tobacco man'?), Howlin' Mad (the MAD pilot), B.A. (Mr.T with all those bling-blings!), and Faceman (the master of disguise)?
This show focuses on the unlikely partnership of Crockett (Don Johnson), a Miami policeman and a single father taking care of his 6 year old son and Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas), a police from NYC who went to Florida to seek vengeance for the death of his brother . They are in charge of busting drugs, prostitution, gambling and money laundering in Florida.
Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) was a former Naval Intelligence officer making his way as a private investigator in the civilian crossroads between Eastern and Western cultures. He lived in a guest house in Bel Air and drove a handsome red ferrari. Part of the success of this show was the hard-boiled action and the exotic locations!
Do you still remember how Johnny Depp looked like? I very well do because of this show. 21 Jump Street is about a group of under-age looking cops who go undercover at high schools to catch young criminals before they become older, more dangerous criminals. In later seasons though, the show focused more on the personal lives of the cops.
Using science and his wits, rather than violence, MacGyver(Richard Dean Anderson) could solve almost any problem. I have always wanted to be just like him. By the way, i always have loved the OST. In fact, I have a piano piece of the OST.
Do you remember Larry and Balki? The funny cousins who lived in a Chicago apartment? Larry is panicky, hyperventilative, business-like and mercenary. Balki, on the other hand is placid, unhurried, sunny-natured and idealistic. Whew! They couldn't be more dissimilar!
One of the reasons why I have always loved cars is because of KITT. Yeah, that high-performance sports car fitted with artificial intelligence driven by Michael Long (David Hasselhoff)!
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