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I thought that every TV show was filed live, and I always wondered why they never messed up.
Since I watched soap operas as a child I believed that the characters were real until I was watching a morning talk show and one of the guests was a character on Days of Our Lives that had been shot a few days before. I was so confused, I couldn't figure out how he came back to life.
When i was 3 or 4 i used to love Barney on tv. My cousins told me that Barney was murderer disguising himself as Barney. After that i stopped singing their songs and never watched it again.
After watching the episode of Barney the dinosaur about the four seasons i got it stuck in my head that ech season occured once a day. I wanted to plant something and it said on the packet to plant it in spring, so every few minutes i would ask my mother if it was spring yet.. This just goes to show that Barney is a lying sneak.
When I was little I used to watch star trek with my mom . She taught me how to say the things they were like .. " beam me up scotty " and " are you out of your vulcan mind ?". I was little so I told everyone these things , even strangers . I was on an elevator with my mom and I decided to show of my vast knowledge of star trek and show him the cool phrases I knew . I asked him " are you out of your vulcan mind ??" . His mouth dropped open and he looked at my mom . She then explained what I had really said and how I watched star trek . Apparently he and many other people thought I had said f***in instaed of vulcan ...take my uncle sean for example ....he thought he had been sworn at by a 2 yr. old !!!!! lolz
When I was little I used to watch Captain Kangaroo and my favorite part was when they had the artist on. They had a TV trick where he would take a paint brush and run it across the paper and it would "paint" a real life scene on the paper. I remember asking my Mom to buy me a paint brush like that and I got really upset when she told me it was only a TV trick. But of course I didn't believe her, I mean why would the good ole' Captain use tricks? ;)
i use to think X-Men were real and scare people.
When I was 5 or 6, I used to believe that I would grow up and marry Bobby Vinton. I would faithfully watch his TV show every week. And, when my parent's would try to tell me that it just wasn't a possibility...I would get hysterical and fight tooth and nail with them. To this day, I own every recording he has every made.
I used to watch "The Gary Gnu Show" religiously. They had a character on there named Speed Reader. I thought he actually was reading as fast as it looked like he was.
I used to believe that everyone on TV lived inside my TV and their antics were really happening behind glass, in a small black cage.
One time when I was a little girl, my dad came in and turned of the TV while I was watching it. Upset at him, I said, "I wish Charlie Brown was my dad!"
I used to believe that the show Unsolved Mysteries was 100% true. My father used to watch it with me eveynight, and I'd get so scared, because when they showed reinactments, I thought it was real life footage. I remember wondering "Of they have it on tape? Why is it unsolved?"
when i was really little there was this TV show with Lee Majors... i'm pretty certain it was The Fall Guy... so in this one episode, him and his sidekick were driving through this desert with bad guys chasing after them... so the sidekick is holding these batteries like hot potatoes and he's throwing these hot batteries out the window at the bad guys... and they were exploding and blowing up the cars that were chasing them!
so i asked my mom if batteries would blow up if you threw them... and for whatever reason she was like "yes, don't ever throw batteries! thats dangerous..." and that was all the proof i needed... i thought for years that batteries were like bombs and would explode if i dropped them or knocked them too hard...
My dad was a cop, who worked every crazy shoft there was.
I used to believe that Andy Griffith was my Dad and I could watch him at work via the tv.
They were both cops and both named Andy. I just couldn't figure out why Opie never came home.
I used to think that the characters on TV shows were real people. For example, I used to watch re-runs of Bewitched all the time, and I really wanted to be friends with Tabitha.
I also wondered why some of the people (in what I later learned were old programs) dressed in such out-of-date clothes.
I used to believ Bob Holness (Blockbusters!!!) played sax on Baker Street
When I was very young I watched Doctor Who. The daleks scared me half
to death, and because of their shape I associated them with garbage cans.
Whenever I saw a black garbage can I would scream and run away.
When I was about 6 or 7 till i was 11. I thought that TV shows were played out in my carpeting.I didn't get how if thew show was filmed in my carpet how the people got rid of the carpet, I spent a lot of time looking for the spot on the carpet that was a tv st and looking for the people
I used to love Rainbow and much to the amusement of my friends I've only just learnt that George, the pink hippo, was infact male. I thought with the long eyelashes and tiara that George (short for Georgina) was particularly girly. Oh the naivety of youth!
When I was little, I thought that if you crawled down Mr. Rogers' Trolley tunnel you would actually reach the land of make believe.