Another one of those short-lived shows that fell through the cracks of my television research. Found while looking at the IMDb of Michael Pataki (175 credits), who was in everything. 1980 CBS. 6 episodes. No promos to be found but we do have the intro and close.
Rodney and Bill Murray. ABC 1982. It’s Not Easy Bein’ Me.
It totally blows. Blows.
But I’ll miss Sheriff Lobo.
1988-89 NBC. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Christoper Daniel Barnes. Created by Gary David Goldberg.
“Here’s a complete airing of the Fernwood 2 Night (a.k.a. Fernwood Tonight) episode “Lattimore Diet Program” (S01E58) as aired over WFLD Channel 32.”
Higgy Baby alert. The Elmo Ziller Story is the second episode on Cozi-TV tonight. Texan John Hillerman plays Higgins’ Texan half-brother. Rick and T.C. as rodeo clowns. First episode is The Last Page, where you get to see Higgins fire the cannon.
Remedial TV for couch potatoes. Special guest lecturers every week include Wolfgang Puck, John Waters, and cannibal skin care consultant on Motel Hell.
The Norm Show. 1999-2001 ABC. With Norm Macdonald.
The rest of the 90s. Great Toon Takeover 1994.
1984 CBS failed pilot with Alec Baldwin. With Magnum and Simon & Simon.
Tuc cracker from Keebler, Bad News Bears TV show, Bugs Bunny Mother’s Day Special. 10 minute ad block. Bad News cast had Jack Warden, Sparky Marcus, Corey Feldman, Meeno Peluce, Billy Jayne, Catherine Hicks, and Tricia Cast as Amanda, who I know from the Jason Bateman 80s show, It’s Your Move. I also saw her the…
With Bob Hope, Woody Allen, Gregory Peck, Dick Cavett.
WMAQ Channel 5 - Project U.F.O. - “The Washington, D.C. Incident” (Complete Broadcast, 2/19/1978). “Published on Apr 30, 2018. Here’s a complete first-run airing (with commercials included) of the premiere episode of the short-lived series Project U.F.O., entitled “Sighting 4001: The Washington, D.C. Incident,” as…
vs. quicksand and bugs.
Super 70s Week 1995. Premiered in 1988.
A bizarre story. Written by Andrew Bergman. With Louis Gossett, Jr. and Steve Landesberg. Warner Bros. produced this show (1975) with CBS in order to keep control of the movie rights, because of a clause in Mel Brooks’ contract, and kept on producing the show, after only airing the pilot once, but a movie sequel never…
Film, television, Brut by Faberge.