1992 CBS. Chuck Lorre’s first show. 6 episodes.
ABC 1964-68. Plays late Saturday nights on Me-TV.
That Barney Rubble. What an actor.
Part reporter, part bloodhound. 1987 NBC. Failed pilot. Fred Gwynne. I spotted Kenneth Tigar in the promo. And more from the NBC commercial block.
Almost done saving the TV/Promos posts to flash drive.
1983 NBC. Young Kevin Bacon. True story possessed by a demon.
Mike Hammer. New 1985.
Failed pilot. 1985 ABC. Suzanne Somers, John Davidson. And New Coke. It’s a hit. From an ABC airing of The Shining. Ernie Anderson.
1976-77 NBC. 13 episodes.
1980 CBS with Loni Anderson. Comic strip special. Full thing new from the Museum of Classic Chicago Television.
Failed pilot. 1990 ABC. New promo.
1988-89 CBS. Tim Daly. Created by David Chase. 13 episodes.
New. 1984 NBC. Family Ties. Uncle Ned is back (Tom Hanks) and he’s drinking. Hence the Boozin’ Buddies thing from NBC sly wit. The previous plotline with Ned running from the FBI and “the Fat Man walks alone” was excellent. Plus more new NBC promos.
1988-89 CBS. Matt LeBlanc, Teri Polo, Stacey Dash, Sam Robards. 13 episodes.
1980 ABC. Annie Potts, Georgia Engel, Adrian Zmed, Peter Scolari. 12 episodes. One unaired.
Is that what you call self-destructive behavior? I like the tornado episode. 1988-1997 ABC.
1975 ABC. Stacy Keach, Carl Franklin. His beat is the Caribbean. 13 episodes.
But I’ll miss Sheriff Lobo.
Nathan Rabin has reviewed a couple of the sequels recently and the original was in the top ten earners of 1984. Big hit. (Now with more Guttenberg. Added a couple of interviews and Random Roles. And Tim Kazurinsky. Always liked that guy.)