by Jeff Schreve

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Honorable Mention (7 of 7)
Series: Desperate Households
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Ephesians 6:1

Now how many in here like to play games? Does anybody like to play games? Just a couple of you: a bunch of dull folks. Surely we all like to play games. Has anybody ever watched the game show called "Name That Tune?" You watch that? I don't think it's still on anymore but it used to be on. And when I was a kid and I'd stay home from school, I'd watch "Name That Tune."

Well, I want us to play a little game tonight, "Name That Tune," and all of the tunes - I'll give you a little hint - all of the tunes are from television shows of the past. And so I'm going to let the theme song play and then you yell out what the song, what the show is. Music: Get it? All right. That was "Leave it to Beaver." Has anybody ever seen that show? Yeah. That was a great show.

Okay, let's try this one.

Music: Did you get it? "Full House" "Full House." That was one for the little bit younger folks. They could get that one.

All right. This is going to be a hard one. This is going to date you if you can get this one right. Go ahead and play it.

Music: "The Waltons." That wasn't on my list, but that's okay. "The Waltons."

Okay, this one might date you if you can know this one.

Music: "Family Matters." "Family Matters." That won't date you. Remember with Urkel? And he wore his pants up real high.

All right. See if you can get this one.

Music: Nobody knows this one? Okay. "Father Knows Best." Okay, now you have to be older than about 50 to know that show. Robert Young's been dead for centuries, but he was the dad in "Father Knows Best."

Okay, last one, one of my favorite shows of all time.

Music: Okay. That was "Lost in Space." Remember with robot. That was just a great, great show.

Now you say, "Jeff, where are you going with all those shows, they were different, some were comedies, some were dramas and the "Lost in Space" was, obviously, sci-fi. But ...

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