There are things or/and people who matter to us, and whom we will go out of our way either to remember, or to forget. Or we will remember with fondness, sometimes with severe embarrassment. There are privacy laws about people, but then there are things like TV shows and favorite books or series of books. So, I feel like listing some of the ones I remember being into, along with websites that theoretically will tell you more about the things or people in question.
International Museum of the Horse
KBR Mustang Gallery
I didn't used to have to say that, but there've been so many remakes, I have to be more specific.
Classic Battlestar Galactica
The Dukes of Hazzard
The Land of the Lost
Battle of the Planets (Japanese animation translated into English, been through three incarnations on US tv, second title was "G-Force", third recenty was "Eagle Riders" which, incidently, took up where the others left off.)
The Muppet Show
Mork & Mindy Online
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Find better and tell me, I'll exchange.
Fraggle Rock (oh, stop laughing, it was great!)
The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Doctor Who and The Chronology
Ryan K Johnson who is associated in my mind forever with Doctor Who and his own cool creations.
Mad Max Movies
Japanese Super Sentai, starting with Jetman
Sapphire & Steel
Unofficial Red Dwarf Page
Classic Dark Shadows
Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad A show that's even more obscure than Sapphire & Steel! Fanfic for the series it's that rare, I had to reach.
Star Trek: Voyager
ZBS Foundation responsible for The Fourth Tower of Inverness and other radio shows!
Starfire (DC comic), haven't found ANY sites on it. I think it's forgotten. An obscure series about a future in which Earth was conquered by aliens. One of the alien "dukes" had a slave, a beautiful Asian girl named Starfire, who was taken by a rebel who trained her until she gained a warrior's spirit. He made her kill him (this scene was co-opted for K'ommander (whatever you spell that like. DC's later character from another Starfire comic or a totally different story.
X-men (Marvel comic)
Swamp Thing (DC Comics)
Vertigo's The Books of Magic
the further series only annoyed me.
Vertigo's The Dreaming
Colleen Doran's A Distant Soil MUCH loved.
fringe of The Society for Creative Anachronisms
Computers and BBSing
Human Genome Sequence
Hideaki Takizawa of Johnny's Jr.