As a kid, Lost in Space, Adventure Island, Arthur of the Britons, Top Cat (Leonardo Lion), Countdown.
Mood based psychological drama, voyeuristic characters women, men heart throb, misfits, geek, good-hearted working man, betrayal, lust, power, intrigue, lush soundscapes such as the opening track and the waterfall. Towards the end he played tricks on the viewers changing timelines. The term sycamore trees still sends a shiver up by spine in much the same way that Jaws changed our perception of the sea.
Star Trek Deep Space Nine (DS9)
characters the hillarious and caniving Quark, his nemises Station Chief Odo, and Captain Sisko and his son, particularly when he was a little boy, Jake. And who doesn't love Warf, regardless of the show he pops up on. The fact that unlike the original series and its predessor The Next Generation where, for the most part, each episode was largely unrelated to the week before, DS9 was a space station and didn't go anywhere. The universe had to come to it. Relationships between the characters Jake and Ro, Quark and Odo, and O'Brien and Bashir were the glue.
I prefered the character Commander Jeffrey Sinclair in the first series, a more spiritual meaning-seeking character abley played by . Captain Sheridan was more gunhoe and, while appropriate to that, interestingly in the last few episodes his character develops to a stage where, I'd argue, he's now ready to move beyond the bounds of everyday existance and journey on to what awaits beyond the rim.
Underpinned by a 5 year story arc is it's greatest
Chief Security Officer Michael Garibaldi
Lenear, Billy Mummy from Lost in Space
Marcus the Ranger
Vorlon and Shadows Tolkien's notion of applicability metaphor 80's for a largely North American audience to the Soviet Union.