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Micky Dolenz: Some Enchanted Evening
Micky Dolenz is best know as the drummer in the band and TV series, The Monkees.  For a lot of people, that's his only claim to fame.
Not true.  Micky (Michael) has produced and directed for the BBC, has starred in musical theatre in London and on Broadway...
Schoolhouse Rock: Lolly, Lolly, Lolly
Whether it was right after school or early on a Saturday morning, we all rushed to the TV to catch our favorite cartoons & programs.  Bugs Bunny, The Little Rascals, Tom & Jerry, and of course, Schoolhouse Rock.
Everyone had their favorite, but one of the authors of these great cartoons, Bob …
POW! OOOF! ZOT! BAM! Holy Cheezy TV Batman [VIDEO]
This was a sad day in 1968 as ABC aired the last episode of Batman, starring Adam West.  True, he wasn't the dark, mysterious, heroic Batman of today, but he brought a new level of cheezy, campy, and square to the world of superheroes.  Here are some of the best (or worst) moments of …
So Long, Farewell, and Amen — M*A*S*H Finale [VIDEO]
September 17, 1972 to February 28, 1983.  A TV series, adapted from a movie, based on a novel.  The show followed the lives of doctors and support staff in South Korea during the Korean War.  The series ended after 11 seasons with a 2 1/2 finale viewed by an estimated 121...
Rare Hysterical Outtakes from Hollywood Squares [VIDEO]
Who remembers the original Hollywood Squares? You wanted to make sure you were on the sofa when it started. Why? Because you never knew what the heck those celebrities would say. The one-liners from the likes of Paul Lynde, Cliff Arquette (as Charlie Weaver), Redd Foxx, and even Florence Henders…
Classic Carson Comedy
It was on this date in 1962 that Johnny Carson became the host of the Tonight show. His first guests included Tony Bennett, Joan Crawford and Mel Brooks.
There are so many classic moments and it was easy to pick just one. But here is one that really made me laugh. Possibly because of "been t…
Funny M*A*S*H Moments — Classic TV Comedy [VIDEO]
From 1972 to 1983 (and beyond, thanks to reruns), we laughed, learned, cried, thought, danced and more with the company of the 4077th M*A*S*H.  Here's a collection of some funny moments from those years accompanied by "Yackety Sax."

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