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i believed that the people were just playing the show for me and that no noe else saw the same show. So, boy was i surprised when the show i saw yesterday was on my friends tv.
My parents used to love "Lonesome Dove," so naturally I always watched it too. At one point there is a prostitute playing the piano, and Robert Duvall yells from upstairs "Tell that whore to stop playing and get up here" or something along those lines. So naturally my siblings and I asked what a whore was. My parents decided between them that a prostitute was a woman who played the piano.
The very next Sunday my mom told the pianist at our church the story, just in case we were to tell her what a good whore she was.
When was about 5-7 I thought when we turned off the TV, the people stayed there, ya know like frozen there, until we turned the TV back on.
When I was young, a very long time ago, I used to think that television companies employed very small actors. These people entered the TV through the cable at the back. I also believed that actors who were shot actually died,
i used to think that when you turned on the tv there was a stage somewhere just for your tv and when you turned the tv on people got on stage and you were watching it live and when you changed the chanel that new people would run on the stage, and thats why it took a while for the chanel to change
I used to believe that the TV shows which you could hear the studio audience laughing were the people at home laughing. So, I would get right to the speaker of the TV and scream really loud thinking everyone watching could hear me.
When I was 2, I used to belive that barney was behind the tv when I would watch him, and he was just acting out the scenes behind the tv
when we were little, me and my sister thought that if you ran into the tv really fast, you could jump in it. laughing at this, we were at our friends house and shes got a 3 year old niece. we told her that mickey mouse wanted her and to go in. "no! mommy will miss me!" she said. we told her to come right back out and she actually tried...i know, we're mean..
'To Be Announced' in the TV guide was a film that was on all the time!
When I was about 8 years old I used to whatch Blue Peter and the children's TV shows a lot.
It wasn't a very long time ago so all of the presenters used to wear earpieces. I then assumed that all of these ear pieces were hearing aids, leading me to the final conclusion that all TV presenters were deaf.
I always wanted to be one at that age so when I had an operation on my ear about a year later I thought that my dream would come true!...
I used to believe that the CBS "eye" was the giant eye of Walter Cronkite and he was always watching me . Terrorized me for years
i used to belive if you shot the tv with a gun you could go into the tv.
I was about 12 when satellite tv first came on and I thought that all the presenters on satellite tv channels had to be taken up to a tv studio orbiting the earth to broadcast. Actually, even though I know this is not true I still find myself thinking it is!
I used to think that Rolf Harris (the artist) and Colonel Sanders (of KFC) were one and the same person - they do look very similar I think you'll agree!
When I was little, whenever I watched The Little Mermaid I thought that if you broke the glass screen, that water & all the fish would come pouring out, but I never tried it because I didn't want to get in trouble for getting the furniture wet.
my dad told me when i was younger that if i watched tv for two long my eyes would change colour and turn square but i didnt believe him until when i asked my mum what colour my eyes were she said bluey green i was freaked out and didnt watch tv for a week!!!! (long time 4 me!)
When I was little, I used to watch a lot of PBS, and before every program, it would tell you who sponsored it. All the shows seemed to be sponsored by a company called Viewers Like You. I couldn't figure out what they were supposed to do, but I figured they must be very rich if they could pay for so many TV shows! I think I was about 14 when it finally hit me...
When I was about 10, for whatever reason, my mum believed that I thought weather forecasters presented the weather on TV from a spaceship that looked down on earth. So, she told me that the earth behind the weather presenter wasn't actually that big. But, unknown to her, I knew they were in a studio with a computer screen behind them. So from then on I believed that the map behind the weather presenters wasn't actually there - it was a tiny screen that was magnified just for us and the weather presenter couldn't actually see the magnified version. They just had to guess where to point to on the map.
When I was three or four I used to think that TV stations showed Dracula movies all night long, until Captain Kangaroo came on. That's why my parents sometimes caught me watching test patterns in the wee small hours of the morning (it was the early 70s) -- I wanted to see Dracula.
My sisters taught me what to do during an EBS test on TV and radio? (for those outside the U.S. - EBS is Emergency Broadcast System, the way the government alerts people to emergencies like earthquakes, tornadoes, war, etc) They said I was supposed to get under the coffee table in the living room whenever I heard the EBS tone - and I did it for years. Many years later, I ended up being a radio announcer and actually ran those EBS tests. I still laugh to myself whenever I hear one of the tests.