Who here has memories of the joy of Saturday Mornings? Every Friday Night after a tough week of school, I'd get to bed early so I could wake up early to see my Saturday Morning favorites and forget all my cares and worries. And every year in September, I would look forward to those Saturday Morning preview shows and get excited about what I'm about to see. These were the shows I loved every Saturday when growing up. H.R. Pufnstuf, Bugaloos, Lidsville, The Osmonds, Yogi's Gang, Uncle Croc's Block, Laff-A-Lympics, Yogi's Space Race, Bay City Rollers Show, Heathcliff and Dingbat, Smurfs, Pac Man, Saturday Supercade, Muppet Babies, Wuzzles, Pee Wee's Playhouse, The Comic Strip, Alf Tales, Garfield and Friends, Captain N The Game Master, Beetlejuice, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Eek the Cat, Phantom 2040, Freakazoid, Earthworm Jim, Channel Umptee-3, Pokemon. And I remember each of the 3 major networks had their theme for Saturday Mornings. CBS was known as the Starcade in the 80's. NBC called themselves Saturday Morning Fever during the 70's. And in the 70's, ABC called their line-up, Funshine Saturday and then All-Star Saturday. And then in the 90's came the new Fox Kids and a few years later came Kids' WB. But now Fox Kids is called 4Kids TV and Kids' WB is going to change into the CW4kids very soon. ABC seems to show only Disney Channel reruns, NBC is showing shows from a network called Qubo, and DIC is now in charge of CBS Saturdays. And now here's a commercial from 1972 about the SM lineup for ABC. It's really great and heartwarming.