1966-69 NBC. DePatie-Freleng Enterprises. 20 episodes.
1983 NBC. Young Kevin Bacon. True story possessed by a demon.
Mike Hammer. New 1985.
A favorite of mine as a kid with Space Ghost. Hanna-Barbera. Originally 1967-69 CBS. 18 episodes, 36 segments.
Bicentennial. 1976. WMAQ Channel 5. Paul Anka. Museum of Classic Chicago Television.
4th of July style. Someone gave me all the DVDs. I’ve already found them handy when a certain episode comes up. Random standalone episodes from random seasons, and commentaries. Unfortunately I watched Kill Switch and Bad Blood fairly recently. If they have a commentary I may put them in.
1967-68 NBC. DePatie-Freleng. Or whatever the need requires.
Failed pilot. 1985 ABC. Suzanne Somers, John Davidson. And New Coke. It’s a hit. From an ABC airing of The Shining. Ernie Anderson.
Meat loaf and cheese sauce mix. September 25, 1981 CBS commercial block.
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.
I’ve been rewatching Twin Peaks: The Return and observed I have the same knotty pine in my living room as in The Great Northern Hotel. I’ve always liked the knotty pine for providing a lodge-like aesthetic at home.
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.
Before MST3K in the mid-8os. Texas-style.
Found because of the previous Saturday preview post. 1974-75 ABC. From Hanna-Barbera. 19 episodes.
1974 ABC with the Six Million Dollar Man. A preview of upcoming Saturday morning fare.