I watched Buffalo 29 all the time. They showed a lot of cartoons. Was that Chuck Norris on the Newlywed Game commercial saying "No zero"? I actually watched the Newlywed Game when I was a kid. I never knew what they meant when they said "making whoopie."
I was part of the Free to be You and Me generation. I think it was the first generation where multiculturalism was taught at school and children were really encouraged to look beyond their own skin colour. The Big Blue Marble took me into different worlds. Love it.
If you were around in the seventies or eighties in Canada, you'll remember the flute at the beginning of the Hinterland public service announcements.
I loved Alice. This show was pretty feminist for it's time. Remember Flo? "Kiss my grits!"
Our family had the same station wagon you see in the intro. I'll post more TV memories in a future post.