Most people over a certain age have memories of eating frozen TV dinners. For some, it's laughing at Lucy and Ricky while chewing on a hunk of gravy-slathered turkey. For others, it's trying Polynesian food for the first time while watching the Solid Gold Dancers gyrate to the week's top 10 hits. And, while the food might not have made much of an impression, there was something about being able to watch TV while you ate — not to mention noticing your mom didn't seem totally stressed out — that left many of us with pleasant memories of what was often a less-than-pleasant meal. Read on for a little history and perspective on TV dinners, as well as some of our favorite mediocre meals from the '50s through the '90s.