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Up until I was about 10 years old, I believed that the TV show "Little House on the Prairie" was really made in the 1800s. I was amazed that they had video cameras back then. It makes me chuckle now =)
i use to think that i was part of a tv show that a giant was watching
When I was younger, I simultaneously thought that the Addams Family was a reality show, and that if you named your kid Adam then he'd grow up to be weird like them.
I used to believ Bob Holness (Blockbusters!!!) played sax on Baker Street
when i was little i thought that i was in a tv show and that i was on tv, and that all tv shows were of real people doing real things in real life, i didn't really know about actors then, so i just thought everyone was on tv, im kinda confused now about what i thought cartoons were
When I was 5 I thought that if I turned the hands of a clock to the right time I could watch beavis and butthead. (my brother showed me the show and I loved it) so I did that once thinking it would work. I kept on trying it and realized it wouldn't work.
P.S.I'm still a kid
I used to believe that a cartoon was colored with markers, and a T.V. show (like friends or E.R.) was colored with colored pencils.
i used to think the power rangers were syncronized gymnasts because they all wore different coloured lycra suits and started doing moves with swords and lasers
When I was little, I thought that the people on TV could see us, and when they talked/looked at the camera, they were talking just to me. I used to have a crush on Luke from the "Dukes of Hazard", so every Saturday night I would spend the hr. before the show getting dressed up in my best pajamas, curling my hair and making sure I looked my best for Luke!
In England we have a tv programme called ' You've been Framed' where you can send in video clips of people having accidents and so on. I used to believe that the government gave a free video camera to everyone just so they could send clips in to You,ve Been Framed'.
Captain Kirk: To Bold Lego, where no man has gone before.
They were taveling in one direction and apparenty never to there. Voyager had the same problem finding Earth years later.
I used to think that actors on TV shows weren't really kissing. That one was standing slightly farther back than the other (in relation to the camera) and they would make kissing motions. Because why would they actually kiss?
I used to think "The Addams Family" and "The Munsters" were all one show called "The Monster Family", they were both in black and white and about families who lived in haunted houses, so I thought they were the same.
When I was little, I believed Pokemon were real, they were just in Japan. I was also totally in love with Ash Ketchum. I planned to go to Japan through a student exchange program when I was 10, then drop out so I can go on an adventure and set out to become the Pokemon Master just like he did.
I used to believe that the Ed Sulivan Show was called "The Ed's Elephant Show," because they always had circus acts...
I never phoned a show, because I didn't know the guy 'Bill Payer', and therefore couldn't ask him for permission.
When watching Star Trek as a kid, I always heard that opening line "..to boldly go.." as "..to bold lego..", and wondered for the longest time what it meant to "bold" something, and what exactly "lego" was.
When I was a child I was fascinated by Julia Child and her show "The French Chef". I believed Julia had magical powers. She would make a dish or desert and then put it in the oven or refrigerator. When she was finished putting everything together she would look at the audience, say a few "magic words" and, POOF! Out came the finished product!
I thought that the Allen wrench was named after an actor from Home Improvement, Tim Allen.
Our house was the second house on the street. Our road and housing development continued further back than I was permitted to venture at the tender age of 3 or 4. My teenage brother told me that if you went far enough down our road past the turn, you'd get to Sesame Street. Of course, my brother knew everything, so I believed him. We moved away from that house when I was 5. To this day I don't know what was down past that turn in our road, but at least I now know that Big Bird lives all the way out in California, not Maryland!