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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Stratafied, Sep 23, 2021.
Andy Griffith for the win !!!
C'mon now - Sgt. Schultz would eat Barney Fife AND his lunch!!!
Don’t eff with Barney!!
+1 for Andy, especially because he played guitar regularly
Heck - now that I think about it, Schultz really isn't that much different than Otis with a gun... so maybe Barney would whoop him!
Yes indeed. Was Andy really playing? He could play really well but there is something about his TV performances that don't ring true. I know there's a Martin Andy G model.
I feel...nothing I could do or say would make my case any stronger than this short clip...
Plus one for both.
I have to lean slightly to Hogan. I used to watch Hogan for relaxation leading up to big tests as an undergrad. Shultz was a good role model.
It was one of a string of shows on during the day, when I was school aged. So whenever I was home "sick" from school, I watched Hogans heroes, McHale's navy, gomer Pyle, Gilligan's island.
For whatever reason, Andy Griffin wasn't in the lineup.
West Virginia's own Don Knotts!!!!
My vote is for the Andy Griffith show. The opening whistle is iconic.
Watched both, but I was really a bit too young for Andy... I remember very little of the show beyond the opening and closing credits.
I don't remember most of the characters, or anything of any of the episodes. The show only ran until '68 and for some reason, we never watched it in syndication.
I do remember watching Gomer Pyle.
Hogan's Heroes? Oh ya... watched that after school in syndication into the late 70s.
Ernest T. Bass for the win !
Agree AG was won of the greatest theme tunes of all time…right alongside The Dick Van Dyke show, or the back half of the Flintstones - so laid back!
I don’t want this to sound political but making fun of the folks who lost WWII is an acceptable way to spend 23 minutes. Also that Bob Crane could fight his, ahem, appetites long enough to complete a single episode let alone more than 160 of them is testament to how well that time was spent.