yesterday at 23:00.
Can you name the television tune?
Which TV theme songs featured these lyrics?
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yesterday at 23:48
Believe it or not I got 10 out of 13!
yesterday at 22:31.
Sometimes, it's better to not have just one more thing...
Do you remember 'Mrs. Columbo'?
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yesterday at 23:22
IMHO Kate Mulgrew demonstrated how good she could be as detective by solving mysteries out in the Delta Quadrant as Capt. Janeway on Star Trek: Voyager. What was it she said back in '97--"We don't assimilate, we _investigate_." (the Scorpion cliffhanger). I never saw the Mrs. Columbo series, but I'll bet she was too young for that role then.
yesterday at 23:15
Maybe the entire series was actually a holodeck program Captain Janeway indulged in from time to time?
As when Captain Picard pretended to be "Dixon Hill," private eye. :)
Bryan S Paules
yesterday at 23:06
I remembered her more as the sleazy (any other kind) politician and Sam's flame on a 2 part Cheers Episode. How can I get ME to run the Ellery Queen series? I think they only ran a season, but I enjoyed them
yesterday at 19:21.
Watch the Scooby Gang recreate classic lines from the famous cartoon.
Here are the voice actors behind the characters of 'Scooby Doo, Where Are You!'
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yesterday at 20:31
I spoke to Casey Kasem years ago. He told me he stopped doing the voice of Shaggy when he became a vegetarian. He said he couldn't do the voice because Shaggy eats meat. Crazy if you ask me but it's not like he needed the money.
yesterday at 20:32
This was awesome! I've always wondered what they all looked like. Everybody knew Casey of course, I mean everyone else on the team
yesterday at 19:52
And Frank Welker still voices Fred this very day
yesterday at 16:28.
The popular TV judge passed away Sunday at the age of 97.
R.I.P. Judge Joseph Wapner of 'The People's Court'
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yesterday at 16:29
I only watched the show once or twice, but it had an impact on the movie industry. Raymond (Rain Man): "Yeah ... Judge Wapner ... definitely Judge Wapner. Definitely."
yesterday at 16:33
Judge Wapner was a much more palatable Judge that that rude, obnoxious woman judge. Guilty people should be judged and sentenced but it should generally be done with a civil tongue and calm voice. When a trooper pulls you over, he doesn't shout at you nor demean you. He doesn't antagonize you nor rudely lecture you with prejudice in his voice.
yesterday at 16:29
97.......time is going way, way too fast!
yesterday at 16:11.
Actors turn writers, an early sitcom gets its start and the Bradys head into the desert.
5 must-see episodes on MeTV this week of February 27
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Laurie J King
yesterday at 16:14
The desert episode of the Brady Bunch was so boring. Kinda like when they went to Hawaii.
yesterday at 16:16
Not a Brady Bunch fan..
yesterday at 14:00.
The jaunty tune was written by legendary Star Wars composer John Williams.
Have you ever heard the original calypso theme song to 'Gilligan's Island'?
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Marg Girard Vavra
yesterday at 16:04
Try singing the lyrics of Amazing Grace to the tune of the Gilligan's Island theme song. Fits perfectly and is hilarious!
yesterday at 14:02
I think so
yesterday at 14:35
Johnny Williams at the time. Add Lost in Space
yesterday at 12:00.
The real-life Kitty Russell raised kitties of her own.
Amanda Blake was one of the first people to breed cheetahs in captivity
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yesterday at 13:01
If she raised cats, why are there French Poodles in the picture?
Joseph William Patrick
yesterday at 12:15
If she raised kitties, then why is she holding Doggies?
yesterday at 09:00.
Now you're cooking.
Can you name these TV shows by their kitchens?
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yesterday at 07:00.
Wait, what happened to the eighth castaway?
9 minor goofs you never noticed in 'Gilligan's Island'
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yesterday at 07:33
Very Little Known Fact: The skipper was still drunk that fateful morning and the Gilligan thought it would be best to hire a private captain for the tour. Once stranded on the island, this captain was shamefully exiled by the others and was only seen once more in the head hunter episode. you see a foot floating around in the pot.
DÅvid J FreemÅn
yesterday at 07:59
I'm thinking the 8th castaway was eaten once they hit the island - he was already dead , but not spoiled, and they had been at sea for a while ...
yesterday at 08:05
He was off camera all the time because he was too busy making the endless supply of clothes for the rest of them. Enslaved on a pedal-powered sewing machine.
yesterday at 05:00.
Don't believe us? Try it out.
We can guess what year you were born based on your classic TV preferences
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yesterday at 05:55
I was born in 1974, but the test guessed 1959. Hey. I'm eclectic. I'll take it. 😊 I should add, it might've been Perry Mason that skewed my test results.
yesterday at 05:42
I was born in 1985. You were off by 30 years. But, I forgive you and I love you because I do in fact know good TV when I see it.
Terrence Victor Davis
yesterday at 05:11
It doesn't make sense!I have multiple answers for each selection...smh
yesterday at 03:00.
Peel back the foil and dig into these beans, franks, crisps, peas, chopped meats and Twinkies.
These 8 vintage frozen TV dinners look strange and unhealthy and we want to eat them all
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yesterday at 03:34
I don't remember all of them but I loved the Turkey Dinner, It was my favorite. With no microwaves then, the mashed potatoes got a little crust from the oven.
yesterday at 03:20
The TV dinners tasted better back then, and cooked better than the cardboard trays they use today. They leave cold spots in the food, and you have to cook them longer.
John D. Persons
yesterday at 03:15
Salisbury steak was a favorite!, they actually had mushrooms on the Salisbury steak back than. Morton was better though, I believe Swanson bought out Morton's.
yesterday at 02:00.
You can bet money the Brady kids will get into a fight over something small.
31 things that happen on every episode of 'The Brady Bunch'
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Daniel J. Thompson
yesterday at 02:47
You left out Bobby and Cindy each come up with a scheme to either make them rich or famous that usually ends in disaster and embarrassment for one or both
yesterday at 02:30
Sad part is a lot of people expect their problems to be solved that fast.
yesterday at 04:45
The house had no toilet. And they never showed Alice's bedroom off the kitchen.
yesterday at 01:00.
Does the Fonz tower over Lucy? The heights of famous TV actors might surprise you.
Who are the tallest and shortest television stars?
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Rodney David Porter
yesterday at 01:02
What's unusual is not the heights - but how did Elizabeth Berkley make a list of famous tv actors
yesterday at 01:08
I'm six feet tall,met some favorite celebs over the years,some of them look so tall on TV,in person they are short
Joseph William Patrick
yesterday at 01:22
Danny DeVito might be one of The Shortest Actors in Hollywood, but he is one of The Greatest Actors in Hollywood.
02/26/2017 at 23:00.
A lot of these places were regional institutions.
We wish we could shop at these department stores again
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Jeffery C. May
yesterday at 00:03
My Technics stereo receiver is 22 years old in a couple of months, and came from the Montgomery Ward's in Melbourne, Florida.
yesterday at 00:52
I used to hang out in the store while I was skipping school back in the very early 80s.(.haha.not so funny anymore but nevertheless,) that was a big Wards they had there...
yesterday at 00:49
All these stores had their "hay day" but it was my experience with some that they killed themselves by adopting really horrible customer service practices.
02/26/2017 at 22:00.
Who needs an answering machine, some Marathon Bars and a case of Tab?
17 products of the 1970s you can still buy right now
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02/26/2017 at 23:00
Tab got a bad rap because of the whole "saccharin causes cancer" story, which has pretty much been debunked. It still has an aftertaste, but the taste on the downtake is sweeter than diet Coke.
yesterday at 00:31
Orchard Supply Harware sells some old school candy,but seems expensive at about $2.50 when i have seen some such as those Mallo Cups (like Reese's shape but with marshmello inside and they make an ok peanut butter version) at the Dollar Store for $1.00
Pamela Roberts Braddy
yesterday at 00:37
For some reason I remember my mom taking hunger suppressants called Ayds. They were chocolate and she had to keep telling me it wasn't candy.
02/26/2017 at 21:00.
Would you take a bite out of Onion Nuggets, Peg-Legs and the Bell Beefer again?
8 discontinued fast food menu items that need to come back
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02/26/2017 at 21:04
I'll add one more item: McD's deep fried apple pie. They still have apple pies of course...but they are now baked and though ok not nearly as good as deep fried. The only negative thing was you had to wait a good 10 minutes to eat one because they were so freaking hot.
02/26/2017 at 21:54
The Bell Beefer was good. Locally,we have Taco Bravo that makes it with real ground beef,not the taco seasoned beef Taco Bell used..The McDLT was good ,except for stupid packaging. When i worked there,i made my own double DLT's and Big Macs with quarter pounder patties in the 90's..who knows why it took McD so long to finally offer it when employees made this stuff long ago
02/26/2017 at 21:33
Not only do I remember "George Constanza," I also remember Aretha Franklin in the McDLT ads. Those were good, though it was a simple case of packaging the veg separately and not microwaving them with the burger. The only other item on that list I've ever eaten was the fries cooked in animal fat. Everything tasted better then. All we got from 30 years of "health" was more diabetes.
02/26/2017 at 19:00.
Timeless singer, underrated drummer. We ❤ Karen Carpenter.
Remember Karen Carpenter with 8 overlooked Carpenters songs
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02/26/2017 at 20:40
She was one of the greatest singers who ever lived. Karen had an incredible voice and sang with real emotion. Plus she was a very good drummer. It's sad she died young at 32 years. I wish she had found happiness at a personal level. I hope but don't think we will see another singer like her
02/26/2017 at 21:50
I know all the words to every Karen Carpenter song. She had an amazing voice and an extensive vocal range. Her voice was perfect. Pure and simple with beautiful melodies. I could listen to her all day. I often wonder how much more she could have accomplished musically. Gone too soon.
02/26/2017 at 20:12
Did you ever notice how good singers from decades ago never used those awful "vocal gymnastics" that modern so called singers do.A great example is Karen Carpenter,she just sang every word smooth and clear.
02/26/2017 at 18:00.
When's the last time you licked a stamp or turned a television knob?
27 things you forgot you used to have to do
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Norman D. Powell
02/26/2017 at 19:15
I inherited my dads' 1999 Dodge Dakota Sport after he passed away in 2011. It has hand-crank windows and manual locks. It had 49K miles on it at the time.
02/26/2017 at 19:31
I think of #14 and #16 as modern things when compared to dial phones and TVs with knobs. #14 should be a pot with boiling oil and #16 a bottle of White Out. ;-)
Mary Lee Brissee Lewis
yesterday at 15:48
I remember all of those things, still have a 1984 TV without a remote (although the converter box remote changes channels) in my bedroom, and my 1995 car is 21 years old and going strong. The old ways aren't all bad..😊
02/26/2017 at 16:00.
What would the island be like with no Mary Ann?
8 TV series that had incredibly different pilot episodes
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02/26/2017 at 17:37
Three's Company had 2 pre series pilot episodes the first was the one mentioned in the article. The second pilot starred John Ritter as Jack, Joyce DeWitt as Janet and Susan Lanier in the role of Chrissy. The pilot was taped a third time with the cast of John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt and Suzanne Somers and the series was launched
02/26/2017 at 21:40
I think John Gabriel was lucky he didn't stay with the show. He had a steady job on Ryan's Hope for a lot of years, and is also a singer and producer. He didn't end up typecast as the Professor and, as he said, if they hadn't dropped him from the show, he never would have met his wife.
Joseph William Patrick
02/26/2017 at 16:20
The only 2 Characters Gilligan's Island could have done differently were The Characters that played Mr. Howe and Mrs. Howe. I not saying these Characters were bad at all. These were the only 2 Characters that if the show had trouble Signing them or they decided to leave the show might be easier to replace if need be. In my personal opinion All 7 Characters did a Great Job. It was a Great Television Show that had Great Talented Actors and Actresses.
02/26/2017 at 14:00.
We're counting down a handful of Knotts comedies.
Ranking the top 5 Don Knotts movies
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02/26/2017 at 14:47
I just have to "like" a post that begins, "To celebrate the 50th anniversary of 'The Ghost and Mr. Chicken' ..." I loooooved that movie when I was a kid.
Lucinda K. Campbell
02/26/2017 at 14:47
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken was my favorite. I also found The Love God very funny, but I think his fans may have thought it was to risque for their taste. It was very tame compared to what's on network T.V. today.
yesterday at 20:19
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken is such a good movie.....
What is a good movie?
Let me clarify this.
Thank you for having me.