TV was a lot different more than 50 years ago. It was at the end of March 1949 when the final episode of the TV show “I'd Like to See” was aired. The idea behind the show was viewers were invited to send in suggestions about things they’d like to see on TV. Early requests included the United Nations building, Edgar Bergen and his dummy Charlie McCarthy and film clips of U.S. Presidents. People just hadn’t ever seen these things before and it was the prototype for the series “You Asked for It”, which ran from 1950 to 1959.