1. Dynasty. I loved the show when I was about 8 or 9. I remember being in third grade and playing out scenes from the show in my head during recess. I was a...different...kid.
2. Dempsey and Makepeace. I loved it then, I still do now. Many find it campy, but I don't see it. For the uninitiated: it's a British cop show about an American detective from New York and a female detective from London.
3. Star Trek. Specifically, the Original Series. No, I wasn't alive when it first aired, but I loved the re-runs as a kid. My grandma had an old radio I would use as controls of my own starship. The Original Series set the tone for me; the series that have come since then have been pale comparisons.
4. Fraggle Rock. My brother and I were afraid of the Gorgs or whatever they were, but of course the Fraggles were cool. My grandma had an outhouse, and we'd take turns running there across the yard in the evening, in the dark; one of us would keep the front door open and "keep watch" and yell out stuff like "The Gorgs are coming!" to really get your blood pumping.
5. Pikku Kakkonen. It means "Little Two" (it was, and is, on Channel 2 of the Finnish Public TV network) and it was a kiddies' programme featuring cartoons and whatnots.
6. Dallas. Like Dynasty, this became another favourite, a couple of years after Dynasty did.
7. Miami Vice. Although my mom wasn't wild about me watching it, because the show had a great deal of violence, drugs, and almost always an unhappy ending. But I loved it. Still do!