Originally Posted by Kayelle
I'm thinking of all the people who seem to have a real distaste for reality shows.
I'm sure not talking about the trash that's on, but when we were watching "Alaska, the Last Frontier" I was thinking how if you only watched this show, you'd change your mind. This family started homesteading this land over 70 years ago and the resulting generations are still doing it now. It's a testament to a true American family with real values and so worthy of watching.
Charlie, you above all would love this show.
The Kilchers who are on that show is Jewel's (the singer) family. Their grandfather moved to Alaska from Switzerland. Jewel grew up there roughing it in Alaska. But it looks like it'd be a great lifestyle -- sure hard in some ways but more peaceful too. Yeah they seem like nice people.
My disabled BIL lives with us and loves classic TV, so I've been queuing up a lot of Three Stooges, Laurel and Hardy, and Our Gang on YouTube via the Chromecast (like a Roku).
Here's a cute little 1928 Our Gang episode that involves food. It will tickle your funny bone. My sister has a house built in 1908 that has a kitchen nearly identical to the one in the clip. Though her stove is more modern (it's from the 1950's).