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The Dick Van Dyke Show(1961 - 1969)
The Dick Van Dyke show was a prime-time TV sitcom that aired on NBC. It stars actor and comedian Dick Van Dyke with Mary Tyler Moore as his co-star.
The Dick Tracy Show(1961 - 1962)
Animated series based on the popular comic strip. Each episode Dick Tracy would call for an flatfoots, Joe Jitsu, Heap O'Calorie, Manuel Tijuana Guadalajara Tampico "Go-Go" Gomez, Jr., Hemlock Holmes and The Retouchables, to help capture Tracy's large rouge gallery of criminals. The series arre...
Dick and Dom in da Bungalow.(2002 - 2006)
One of the messiest shows ever seen on British TV. Dick and Dom would spend Saturdays and Sundays playing chaotic games, getting coverd in Creamy Muck Muck and shouting Bogies.
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve(1972 - Current)
Dick Clark first envisioned the idea for New Year's Rockin' Eve in 1971, deciding that the annual New Year's Eve special on CBS did not attract young viewers. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve first aired on the New Year's Eve of 1971 hosted by the group Three Dog Night. Since 1972, Clark himself...
Diana(1973 - 1974)
Diamonds(1987 - 1989)
Diagnosis Murder(1993 - 2001)
Diagnosis Murder follows Dr. Mark Sloan, the chief of internal medicine, at LA's Community General Hospital. Dr. Sloan, much like Jessica Fletcher of Murder, She Wrote, has a magnetic quality that apparently draws murders to him. Every week, Dr. Sloan stumbles across murders, either acting in his ro...
Dharma & Greg(1997 - 2002)
Dharma "Freedom" Montgomery and Greg Montgomery are complete opposites who get married after only their first date. The series was a ratings smash when it debuted on ABC in 1997 as a lead-in to the then smash-show Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Ratings dropped steadily in the years following and the...
Dexter's Laboratory(1996 - 2003)
Dexter is a super genius boy living with his super-normal suburban family. He seeks refuge in the secret labratory and gets into all kinds of trouble. Extra info-- Dexter's Laboratory (Dexter's Lab for short) was an American animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky. It was produced...
Devlin(1974 - 1976)
In this Scooby Doo / Evel Knievel take-off, three sibling circus performers travel the country and wind up solving mysteries.
Quote O' Matic
  • Police Officer: You are not going believe this. But these fellas were phoning the song on your show. Naturally, I arrested them.
  • Gina: (On the other line of the phone, Screaming for excitement) I CAN'T BELIEVE IT! I CAN'T BELIEVE IT! LITTLE JERRY AND THE MONOTONES ARE ON YOUR SHOW, OH THANK YOU, JACKMAN WOLF.
  • Jackman Wolf: The Girl is right, officer. And I invited them to sing on my show. Sing your song boys
  • Little Jerry and the Monotones: (Continues on singing "Telephone Rock" and goes on during the ending credits)
  • Jackman Wolf: Alright then. Until next time, This is Jackman Wolf, Saying "Thanks for watching us. And Todolooooooooooo!"
  • Sesame Street