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Ozzie and Harriet (1952- 1966)
S1-8. There were no constant reruns of this classic for me to add it to my American history library but I heard it was corny and wholesome as fuck. Its claim to fame was family hierarchy, whining, beauty and pimping. As the parents' talents/fame wavered the prettiest twinks on television began to ascend. Rick was the teenage dream with dead eyes impersonating a musical talent. David's personality was pleasantly approachable and glistening. Ozzie was a grumpy Seinfeld who worried about everything and complained about nothing that mattered. In the beginning Ozzie had a buddy named Thorny. He lived next door but they never showed his family. I wouldn't want to be associated with that name either. Harriet's hair rarely moved but she had impeccable taste and versatility. She performed her chores like she lived them. She conveyed dismay with sarcasm, was not lovey dovey and enjoyed watching her husband suffer. The cast changes were inevitable and sometimes fun. It was nostalgic seeing some of Lucy's posse rippling for someone else. It's run lasted way longer because of the the adoration that horny teens lavished on pretty Ricky. He was on top of the world with daddy grasping the strings. 10-Oct-2023