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I use to believe that in movies or TV shows when a character died as a result of a car accident, shooting, falling... whatever that the stunt people working on the show ACTUALLY died. I kept trying to figure out how much money their families must be getting paid so that the stunt person can DIE on this TV show/movie...
I used to believe that people really got killed in movies and on television. I didn't understand why they would give up their lives for the sake of entertainment.
When i was little my family had a big old tv. The color on the tv used to go in and out all the time, well one day my little brother who must have been around 5 at the time asked me why this kept happening and since i know everything i told him the the stratocumulonimbus clouds in the sky sucked all the color out of the tv. he believed me for years..then we got a new tv and it no longer happened
when i was little i was terrified of Stick Stickly and my older cousin took advantage of this and said Stick would come to my house at night in a little pink car and eat my brains. I was dumb enough to believe it
My mom told me that when she was little, she thought that the people in black and white movies/tv shows were actually colored like that (black and white).
When I was little, I had a neighbour who owned two VCRs so she could make... erm... "archival back-ups" of her video collection (and the video store's as well). I thought that if you played a different movie in each one, the characters from both would interract on screen like some sort of weird hybrid film.
When I was about 6 and would watch a sitcom, I thought the laugh track was other people sitting in front of their TVs watching the show, and that they could hear us. For the life of me, I couldn't figure out how they were otherwise so quiet.
I never liked kids TV shows, so I watched grown up TV on grown up channels. During commercials there would sometimes be movie previews and the announcer would always say "rated R" very fast, so I thought it was one word, "ratedar," and I always wondered what it meant.
I used to believe black and white TV shows were shot in color and that color had to be invented at some point.
I used to belief that if you stood behind the TV, you would appear on the screen.
i used to think that the people on TV can hear you talking at home, so whenever my parents started talking about something else when the news was on i felt bad for the newsreaders, coz i thought that they knew they were being ignored.
So i would always pay really close attention to every news story and say 'mmm' knowledgeably at various intervals, right up until someone realised why i was doing it and put me straight, otherwise i would probably still be doing it now. :D
I use to think that whatever the last number in the year it was, made the year look like whatever channel that number was on TV. For example when it was 1993, I use to think that what was happening in my life looked like something that would happen on Channel 3.
I loved game shows as a kid but I could never figure out what they meant by "constellation prizes." I thought those sounded way better than any car or money but they always went to the losers. Now when I hear "consolation prize" I get a little sad that they aren't getting a group of stars.
I used to believe that Actors and Actresses in Shows Were Actually Being Taped so i changed it to another show with 1 of the same actors and im like How can she tape there when shes taping there it totally confused me. In other words i thought it was Live.
I used to think that the laugh track on sitcoms were the camera men, directors, other actors, ect. laughing.
I used to believe that before color television was invented, that the world was actually black and white. I thought that we invented color and changed the world from black and white to color.
I used to believe if I looked through the small ventilation slots in the back of our tv, then anyone in front of the tv would see me on the screen.
One of my favorite TV shows was about a giant ball covered in lights that would be lowered onto the roof of a building while people below celebrated.
Every night I would ask my parents to let me stay up to watch it but usually they made me to to bed at 9:00, so I only got to see it perhaps once a year.
It wasn't until I was six that I figured out that the "ball dropping show" only came on once a year on New Year's Eve, explaining why I was allowed up until midnight to see it.
i used to believe that in films ,when the scene changed,the people who were in the previous scene would freeze until it was their time to talk again
When I was little, I saw a music video ("If this is it" by Huey Lewis and the News) in which members of the band had been buried up to their chins in sand and were singing. It scared the living daylights out of me because I seriously thought I was seeing severed heads singing on the beach!