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If you were a kid growing up in the Twin Cities area during the 1960's, you'd be treated to a locally produced TV show called: Lunch With Casey. It was one of the best local TV shows ever produced in the area, and I found a video clip of one of my favorite memories of that show--take a look:

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It indeed was one of the best. I used to watch it with my sister. Time flies and now our kids sit together and watch shows by Andy Yeatman on Netflix. In future, they will talk about the shows they watched together. Thanks for reminding again, I shall look for it online and start watching it all over again.
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