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Inside the Actors Studio(1994 - Current)
documentary series, host: James Lipton
INK(1995 - 1996)
Ted Danson as Mike Logan Mary Steenburgen as Kate Montgomery Alana Austin as Abby Logan Charles Robinson as Ernie Trainor Saul Rubinek as Alan Mesnick Christine Ebersole as Belinda Carhardt Jenica Bergere as Donna French
Christopher Columbus(1992 - 1992)
Was produced to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' famous voyage.
Best of the West(1981 - 1982)
A goofy civil war veteran (Joel Higgins, Silver Spoons), who's not very good with a gun, winds up becoming the town Marshall in this Western sitcom.
Ball Four(1976 - 1976)
Ball Four was a CBS sitcom about a baseball player who was going to write articles about the lives of his coach, his teammates & even the zany costumed mascot much to their chagrin. The show was based on a book written by a former MLB player Jim Bouton, who also happened to be the lead of the show.
Co-ed Fever(1979 - 1979)
Co-Ed Fever was one of a few shows that earned the dubious honor of being cancelled after just 1 episode. The show was supposedly inspired by the movie "National Lampoon's Animal House" in which it was a sitcom about a Women's college suddenly becoming co-ed.
The Better Sex(1977 - 1978)
The John Larroquette Show(1993 - 1996)
Short-lived television sitcom about a recovering alcoholic who becomes the manager of a bus station in St. Louis, Missouri.
Stoppit and Tidyup(1988 - 1992)
Stoppit and Tidyup was a kids programme narrated by Terry Wogan. The main characters all had names that kids would hear their parents say, e.g. Stoppit, Tidyup, Hurryup, Notnow, Calmdown, Takecare, Eatyourgreens... and they all lived in the land of Do-As-Your-Told.
The Good Life(1994 - 1994)
Quote O' Matic
  • Blaine Younglood: "you can learn to punch in the barn, but you gotta learn to survive on the ice"
  • Youngblood