Growing up I went to school with the Culp kids. They were special because their Dad was famous. I remember thinking we were in a club of sorts. What was also a coincidence is years earlier then secondary school they spent a summer in a place called Deep Cove which is in Canada where we had a house on the water. When Mr. Culp and his kids were there the entire cove was lit up excited. His show was a hit and we looked for them whenever our boat passed their summer home. I think we saw them maybe once getting into a limo. Limos were very special to us then. I was maybe 5 or 6 years old. Then in secondary school I went to a boarding school in Ojai and we kids hooked up there and actually became friends. We spoke of that Deep cove summer but it wasn't that impactful to any of us. They were shy those Culp kids. Then as we aged Joe started acting and Rachel grew up and then life drifted and we never saw each other again. Facebook brought us back together and I am glad. Everyone seems to be alright. It means something to know we are all okay after all that time.
I don't look forward to losing my dad. I know it will crush me and my heart will split open in sadness for everything all at once. I am with them because I think we share a lot of good and not so good things. Having a famous Dad isn't as special or fun as its made out to be. It's a club I think most people shouldn't join. Although who am I to say...not all dads forget their kids or think kids are a burden.
I also think "I spy" broke the race barrier by allowing two men of separate races to be equals even if the pay wasn't.
They need to do another "I spy" make it female and make it cool.