If you could bring back any childhood t.v show, what would it be?

Nicole Cantin, Staff writer

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   In life, everything must come to an end, which unfortunately includes our favorite T.V shows.

   Every show is different and appeals to a different audience. Some may depict real life situations while some may be cartoons, comedies, romance, and others may include fictional creatures such as vampires. 

   There’s something about certain shows that draws people in so deeply. One may think they are actually in the show, and when it ends, it can be emotional. 

   So, if you could bring back one show from your childhood, what would it be?

   Lakeview High School’s staff and students have a variety of shows they’d like to see come back. Here were some of the top choices:

  • Twin Peaks: a murder mystery (1990-1991)
  • Beavis and Butthead: a rude humor cartoon (1993-2011)
  • Wizards of Waverly Place: a Disney show based on a family of wizards trying to live a normal life in New York (2007-2012)
  • Drake and Josh: a sitcom of 2 boys with very different personalities becoming step-brothers (2004-2007)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: an animated children’s series teaching early learning skills (2006-2016)
  • Suite Life on Deck: 2 brothers gather their friends to go to school aboard a cruise ship (2008-2011)

   As we get older, we remember funny quotes or life lessons that may have been said or taught throughout the course of the show. 

   Children shows teach early learning such as the ABC’s, counting, colors, how to share, and other valuable things. Often, we hold onto those skills a childhood cartoon may have taught us.

   Other times, a drama that you may have watched as a teenager showed a struggle, but also how to overcome it. These shows can at times be inspirational. 

   A show may end with an ending that did not please you, so think about your favorite show, and all the ways you would change it to make it even better. And maybe one day it could be someone else’s favorite show.

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