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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: 100 Sexiest Artists

23 October 2002
VH1 and US Weekly (magazine) count-down the 100 sexiest artists of popular music, featuring original celebrity-interviews and rare archive footage.

Paula Abdul ... Herself
Pat Benatar ... Herself - Interviewee

Sandra Bernhard ... Herself - Interviewee

Frank DeCaro ... Himself - Interviewee

Kim Delaney ... Herself

Lauren Graham ... Herself - Host

Marg Helgenberger ... Herself

Mick Jagger ... Himself

Jimmy Kimmel ... Himself - Interviewee

Denise Richards ... Herself

Kyra Sedgwick ... Herself - Host

Talisa Soto ... Herself

Wanda Sykes ... Herself - Interviewee

Aisha Tyler ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 6: 100 Greatest Love Songs

14 November 2002


Isaac Hayes ... Himself - Host

Jennifer Love Hewitt ... Herself - Host

Unknown Season


100 Greatest Artists of Rock & Roll

28 March 1998
"The 100 Greatest Artists of Rock & Roll" was the very first installment of the long running "100 Greatest..." franchise for VH1. Hosted by 'Kevin Bacon', the mini-series of 5 one-hour episodes counted down the 100 most influential artists according to a VH1 survey of rock stars, pop stars, band members, musicians and producers.

Kevin Bacon ... Himself - Host

Jimi Hendrix ... Himself (archive footage)

The Rolling Stones ... Themselves

100 Greatest Hip Hop Songs

29 September 2008

Thembi Ford ... Herself

100 Greatest Kid Stars

13 June 2005


Jonathan Lipnicki ... Himself

Tatyana Ali ... Herself

Alison Arngrim ... Herself

Linda Blair ... Herself

Tempestt Bledsoe ... Herself

Danny Bonaduce ... Himself

Brian Bonsall ... Himself

Todd Bridges ... Himself

Danielle Brisebois ... Herself

Candace Cameron Bure ... Herself

Kirk Cameron ... Himself

Gary Coleman ... Himself (archive footage)

Quinn Cummings ... Herself

Dustin Diamond ... Himself

Michael Fishman ... Himself (2005)

Cameron Goodman ... Herself

Corey Haim ... Himself

Anthony Michael Hall ... Himself (archive footage)
Mara Herron ... Herself (2013)

Ron Howard ... Himself (archive footage)
Chris Kelly ... Himself (archive footage)

Lance Kerwin ... Himself

Keshia Knight Pulliam ... Herself

Christopher Knight ... Host

Emmanuel Lewis ... Himself

Amy Linker ... Herself

Mike Lookinland ... Himself

Joey McIntyre ... Himself

Lara Jill Miller ... Herself

Tatum O'Neal ... Herself (archive footage)

Heather O'Rourke ... Herself (archive footage)

Susan Olsen ... Herself

Peter Ostrum ... Himself

Butch Patrick ... Himself

Danny Pintauro ... Himself

Rain Pryor ... Herself

Robbie Rist ... Himself
Chris Smith ... Himself (archive footage)

Alan Thicke ... Himself

Jenna von Oÿ ... Herself

Malcolm-Jamal Warner ... Himself

Wil Wheaton ... Himself

Lisa Whelchel ... Herself

Barry Williams ... Himself

Tina Yothers ... Herself

100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the 80's

31 March 2009

Stuart Adamson ... Himself - #14: 'In a Big Country' (archive footage) (as Big Country)
Carl Anderson ... Himself - #91: 'Friends and Lovers' (archive footage)

Alison Becker ... Herself
Big Country ... Themselves - #14: 'In a Big Country' (archive footage) (as Big Country)
Edie Brickell ... Herself - #24: 'What I Am' (as Edie Brickell & New Bohemians) (archive footage)

Jackson Browne ... Himself - #100: 'You're a Friend of Mine' (archive footage)
Buckner & Garcia ... Themselves - #98: 'Pac-Man Fever'
Jerry Buckner ... Himself - #98: 'Pac-Man Fever' (as Buckner & Garcia)
Suzi Carr ... Herself - #97: 'Baby, I Love Your Way / Freebird Medley' (archive footage)
Neneh Cherry ... Herself - #50: 'Buffalo Stance' (archive footage)
The Church ... Themselves - #84: 'Under The Milky Way' (archive footage)

Clarence Clemons ... Himself - #100: 'You're a Friend of Mine' (archive footage)
Tom Cochrane ... Himself - #82: 'Lunatic Fringe' (as Red Rider) (archive footage)
Josie Cotton ... Herself - #81: 'Johnny, Are You Queer?'

Michael Damian ... Himself - #99: 'Rock On' (archive footage)

Rodney Dangerfield ... Himself - #89: 'Rappin' Rodney' (archive footage)
The Fabulous Thunderbirds ... Themselves - #96: 'Tuff Enuff' (archive footage)
Falco ... Himself - #51: 'Der Kommissar' (archive footage)
Jim Florentine ... Himself
Chris Frantz ... Himself - #35: 'Genius of Love' (as Tom Tom Club)

Judah Friedlander ... Himself - Host
Gary Garcia ... Himself - #98: 'Pac-Man Fever' (as Buckner & Garcia)
Janet Gardner ... Herself - #87: 'Edge of a Broken Heart' (as Vixen)
Peter Garrett ... Himself - #95: 'Beds Are Burning' (as Midnight Oil) (archive footage)
Eddy Grant ... Himself - #23: 'Electric Avenue' (archive footage)
Tracii Guns ... Himself - #93: 'The Ballad of Jayne' (as L.A. Guns) (archive footage)
Haircut 100 ... Themselves - #90: 'Love Plus One' (archive footage)

Daryl Hannah ... Herself - #100: 'You're a Friend of Mine' (archive footage)
'Hollywood' Steve Huey ... Himself
Simmy Kay ... Himself

Carrie Keagan ... Herself

Clinton Kelly ... Himself
Nik Kershaw ... Himself - #88: 'Wouldn't It Be Good' (archive footage)
Jan Kuehnemund ... Herself - #87: 'Edge of a Broken Heart (as Vixen)
L.A. Guns ... Themselves - #93: 'The Ballad of Jayne' (archive footage)
Paul Lekakis ... Himself - #83: 'Boom Boom Boom (Let's Go Back To My Room)'

Gloria Loring ... Herself - #91: 'Friends and Lovers' (archive footage)

Jayne Mansfield ... Herself - #93: 'The Ballad of Jayne' (archive footage)

Ziggy Marley ... Himself - #85: 'Tomorrow People' (as Ziggy Marley and The Melody Makers) (archive footage)
Edwin McCain ... Himself
Bobby McFerrin ... Himself - #31: 'Don't Worry Be Happy' (archive footage)

Mark McGrath ... Himself
Dieter Meier ... Himself - #48: 'Oh Yeah' (archive footage) (as Yello)
Midnight Oil ... Themselves - #95: 'Beds Are Burning' (archive footage)

Eddie Murphy ... Himself - #80: 'Party All The Time' (archive footage)
Nena ... Herself - #16: '99 Luftballoons' (archive footage)
Club Nouveau ... Themselves - #94: 'Lean on Me' (archive footage)
Gary Numan ... Himself - #11: 'Cars' (archive footage)
Will to Power ... Themselves - #97: 'Baby, I Love Your Way / Freebird Medley' (archive footage)
Pretty Poison ... Themselves

Riki Rachtman ... Himself
Red Rider ... Themselves - #82: 'Lunatic Fringe' (archive footage)

Stan Ridgway ... Himself - #44: 'Mexican Radio' (archive footage) (as Wall of Voodoo)
Rockwell ... Himself - #20: 'Somebody's Watching Me' (archive footage)
Robert Rosenberg ... Himself - #97: 'Baby, I Love Your Way / Freebird Medley' (archive footage)

Carter Roy ... Himself

Patrice Rushen ... Herself - #86: 'Forget Me Nots' (archive footage)

Amanda Seales ... Herself (as Amanda Diva)
Michael Sembello ... Himself - #22: 'Maniac' (archive footage)

Brad Sherwood ... Himself
Sherrod Small ... Himself

Frank Stallone ... Himself - #92: 'Far From Over'

Jimmie Vaughan ... Himself
Billy Vera ... Himself - #41: 'At This Moment'
Vixen ... Themselves - #87: 'Edge of a Broken Heart' (archive footage)

Andrew W.K. ... Himself
Wall of Voodoo ... Themselves - #44: 'Mexican Radio' (archive footage)
Tina Weymouth ... Herself - #35: 'Genius of Love' (as Tom Tom Club)

Bruce Willis ... Himself - #38: 'Respect Yourself' (archive footage)
Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers ... Themselves (archive footage)

100 Greatest Red Carpet Moments

2004

100 Greatest Rock & Roll Moments on TV

31 July 2000

100 Greatest TV Characters

5 May 2001
A two-part TV special which counts down Britain's favourite television characters, as voted for by the British public.

Ardal O'Hanlon ... Presenter

Dan Castellaneta ... Himself
Roy Clarke ... Himself
Paul Daniels ... Himself

Russell T. Davies ... Himself
Simon Donald ... Himself
Ray Galton ... Himself
Maurice Gran ... Himself
Wayne Hemingway ... Himself

Armando Iannucci ... Himself
Ian La Frenais ... Himself
Verity Lambert ... Herself
Graham Linehan ... Himself
Laurence Marks ... Himself
Arthur Mathews ... Himself
Paul Morley ... Himself

Steve Pemberton ... Himself
Jimmy Perry ... Himself

Greg Proops ... Himself

Gordon Ramsay ... Himself
Paul Ross ... Himself

Reece Shearsmith ... Himself
Alan Simpson ... Himself
Harry Thompson ... Himself

Caroline Aherne ... Mrs. Merton (archive footage) (uncredited)

Rowan Atkinson ... Edmund Blackadder (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tom Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Ronnie Barker ... Norman Stanley Fletcher (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sacha Baron Cohen ... Ali G (archive footage) (uncredited)

Roseanne Barr ... Roseanne Conner (archive footage) (uncredited)
Wilfrid Brambell ... Albert Steptoe (archive footage) (uncredited)
June Brown ... Dot Cotton (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Cleese ... Basil Fawlty (archive footage) (uncredited)
George Cole ... Arthur Daley (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robbie Coltrane ... Dr. Eddie 'Fitz' Fitzgerald (archive footage) (uncredited)

Steve Coogan ... Alan Partridge (archive footage) (uncredited)

Michael Crawford ... Frank Spencer (archive footage) (uncredited)

Peter Davison ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Anita Dobson ... Angie Watts (archive footage) (uncredited)

Harry Enfield ... Loadsamoney / Kevin the Teenager (archive footage) (uncredited)
Adam Faith ... Ronald 'Budgie' Bird (archive footage) (uncredited)

Peter Falk ... Columbo (archive footage) (uncredited)

Frank Finlay ... Peter Manson (archive footage) (uncredited)

Gregor Fisher ... Rab C. Nesbitt (archive footage) (uncredited)

Michael Fishman ... D.J. Conner (archive footage) (uncredited)

Calista Flockhart ... Ally McBeal (archive footage) (uncredited)

Michael Gambon ... Philip E. Marlow (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sarah Michelle Gellar ... Buffy Summers (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Goodman ... Dan Conner (archive footage) (uncredited)
Leslie Grantham ... Den Watts (archive footage) (uncredited)

Larry Hagman ... J.R. Ewing (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tony Hancock ... Hancock (archive footage) (uncredited)

William Hartnell ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Nigel Hawthorne ... Sir Humphrey Appleby (archive footage) (uncredited)

Bernard Hill ... Yosser Hughes (archive footage) (uncredited)

Barry Humphries ... Dame Edna Everage (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Hurt ... Quentin Crisp (archive footage) (uncredited)

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Inman ... Mr. Humphries (archive footage) (uncredited)

Gordon Jackson ... Mr. Hudson (archive footage) (uncredited)

Derek Jacobi ... Claudius (archive footage) (uncredited)
Sidney James ... Sid Abbott (archive footage) (uncredited)

David Jason ... Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter (archive footage) (uncredited)
Stratford Johns ... Det. Chief Supt. Charles Barlow (archive footage) (uncredited)
Lesley Joseph ... Dorien Green (archive footage) (uncredited)

Paul Kaye ... Dennis Pennis (archive footage) (uncredited)

Penelope Keith ... Margo Leadbetter (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robert Lindsay ... Wolfie Smith / Michael Murray (archive footage) (uncredited)

Arthur Lowe ... Capt. George Mainwaring (archive footage) (uncredited)

Joanna Lumley ... Patricia 'Patsy' Stone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Rik Mayall ... Alan B'Stard (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sylvester McCoy ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six (archive footage) (uncredited)

Helen Mirren ... Jane Tennison (archive footage) (uncredited)

Warren Mitchell ... Alf Garnett (archive footage) (uncredited)

Roger Moore ... The Saint (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mr. T ... B.A. Baracus (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jimmy Nail ... Oz Osborne (archive footage) (uncredited)

Leonard Nimoy ... Mr. Spock (archive footage) (uncredited)
Bill Owen ... Compo (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jon Pertwee ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Ian Richardson ... Francis Urquhart (archive footage) (uncredited)

Miranda Richardson ... Queen Elizabeth I (archive footage) (uncredited)

Diana Rigg ... Ms. Emma Peel (archive footage) (uncredited)

Leonard Rossiter ... Rigsby (archive footage) (uncredited)

Patricia Routledge ... Hyacinth Bucket (archive footage) (uncredited)

Telly Savalas ... Kojak (archive footage) (uncredited)

Phil Silvers ... Sgt. Bilko (archive footage) (uncredited)
Roger Sloman ... Keith Pratt (archive footage) (uncredited)

Alison Steadman ... Beverly (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Thaw ... Chief Inspector Morse (archive footage) (uncredited)

Julie Walters ... Mrs. Overall (archive footage) (uncredited)

Richard Wilson ... Victor Meldrew (archive footage) (uncredited)

Henry Winkler ... Arthur 'The Fonz' Fonzarelli (archive footage) (uncredited)

Peter Wyngarde ... Jason King (archive footage) (uncredited)

100 Most Metal Moments

May 2004


Dee Snider ... Narrator (voice)
Aerosmith ... Themselves (archive footage)

Anthrax ... Themselves (archive footage)

Sebastian Bach ... Himself
Biohazard ... Themselves (archive footage)
Black Sabbath ... Themselves (archive footage)

Jack Black ... Himself (archive footage)
Bon Jovi ... Themselves (archive footage)
Phil Campbell ... Themselves (archive footage)

Alice Cooper ... Himself (archive footage)
David Coverdale ... Himself (archive footage)

Def Leppard ... Themselves (archive footage)

John Denver ... Himself (archive footage)

Ronnie James Dio ... Himself
Dokken ... Themselves (archive footage)
Don Dokken ... Himself
Faith No More ... Themselves (archive footage)
Faster Pussycat ... Themselves (archive footage)

Tipper Gore ... Herself (archive footage)
Gorgoroth ... Themselves (archive footage)

Dave Grohl ... Himself (archive footage) (as David Grohl)
Guns N' Roses ... Themselves (archive footage)
Tracii Guns ... Himself (archive footage)
Gwar ... Themselves

Rob Halford ... Himself
Frank Hannon ... Himself (archive footage) (as Tesla)

Scott Ian ... Himself
Tony Iommi ... Himself (archive footage)
Jeff Keith ... Himself (archive footage) (as Tesla)
King Kobra ... Themselves (archive footage)

Sam Kinison ... Himself (archive footage)

KISS ... Themselves (archive footage)

Tawny Kitaen ... Herself
L.A. Guns ... Themselves (archive footage)

Jani Lane ... Himself (archive footage) (as Warrant)

Lemmy ... Himself
Phil Lewis ... Himself (archive footage)
Manowar ... Themselves (archive footage)

Marilyn Manson ... Himself (archive footage)
Mayhem ... Themselves (archive footage)
Megadeth ... Themselves (archive footage)
Metallica ... Themselves (archive footage)

Bret Michaels ... Himself

Vince Neil ... Himself

Nic Novicki ... Himself

Ted Nugent ... Himself

Ozzy Osbourne ... Himself

Jimmy Page ... Himself (archive footage)
Pantera ... Themselves (archive footage)

Robert Plant ... Himself (archive footage)
The Plasmatics ... Themselves (archive footage)
Cynthia Plaster Caster ... Herself (archive footage)
Poison ... Themselves (archive footage)

Judas Priest ... Themselves (archive footage)
Quiet Riot ... Themselves (archive footage)

Riki Rachtman ... Himself
Rage Against the Machine ... Themselves (archive footage)

Gene Simmons ... Himself
Tommy Skeoch ... Himself (archive footage) (as Tesla)
Slayer ... Themselves (archive footage)
Stryper ... Themselves (archive footage)
Tesla ... Themselves (archive footage)

Steven Tyler ... Himself
Type O Negative ... Themselves (archive footage)

Van Halen ... Themselves (archive footage)
W.A.S.P. ... Themselves (archive footage)
Warrant ... Themselves (archive footage)
Brian Wheat ... Himself (archive footage) (as Tesla)
Whitesnake ... Themselves (archive footage)
Wendy O. Williams ... Herself (archive footage)

Frank Zappa ... Himself (archive footage)

100 Most Outrageous Celebrity Moments

22 October 2004


Andy Dick ... Himself - Host

Willa Ford ... Herself

Rachael Harris ... Herself

Tad Low ... Himself

100 Most Shocking Moments in Rock and Roll History

14 May 2001
Showing the 100 most shocking moments in rock and roll history.

David Bowie ... Himself (archive footage)
Agnes Carpenter ... Herself (archive footage)

Karen Carpenter ... Herself (archive footage)

Kurt Cobain ... (archive footage)

Bobby Darin ... Himself (archive footage)

Gloria Estefan ... Herself (archive footage)
Karen Ichiuji-Ramone ... Herself (archive footage)

Michael Jackson ... Himself (archive footage)

Courtney Love ... Herself (archive footage)

Madonna ... Herself (archive footage)

Mark McGrath ... Host

Ozzy Osbourne ... Himself (archive footage)

Elvis Presley ... (archive footage)

Selena ... Herself (archive footage)

200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons

21 July 2003
You can quote them in an instant, reference them with just one name, and even dress up like them for Halloween. In this always-expanding pop culture of ours, there are plenty of stars, but precious few icons. On its latest edition of the acclaimed Greatest countdown series, VH1 burrows into the pop persona's that have made the ultimate impact; names so familiar they're recognized and revered in the world's most far-flung spots. What makes an "Icon?" It's not enough to just be famous or to have won a couple of awards. You have to pass one or more of the following criteria: Do they pass the one-name test? Can you dress up as them for Halloween? Did they blaze a trail in pop culture? Did they create a signature character in pop culture? Can you quote them, or their character, in 10 seconds or less? Did society imitate their sense of fashion? Hairstyle? Did "SNL" create a sketch satirizing them? Did someone write a song about them? Was or is there merchandising or paraphernalia that bears their image? Can they be connected to Kevin Bacon? Too large to be a "100 Greatest" special, VH1 will expand its reach and recognize 200 of America's most outstanding and outrageous personalities with "VH1's 200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons," Each one hour episode is illustrated by celebrated artist Robert Risko, and will take a fun and lighthearted look at the individuals and moments that now live immortally in American pop culture. Risko accepted his first assignment from Andy Warhol and has been drawing the likenesses of hundreds of notables from the worlds of film, television, music and politics for over twenty years. The 200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons is wide in scope, accounting for television characters (Gilligan and Miss Piggy) cartoon crazies (Bugs Bunny and Scooby Doo), Hollywood heroes (Rock Hudson and Jim Carrey), and of course rock stars (Jimi Hendrix and The Rolling Stones). Hey, we're even throwing in The Three Stooges somewhere along the line. Each will be the subject of a pithy profile that's sure to reveal new tidbits of info while reminding you of their subject's longstanding cultural significance. Each will be scrutinized by awed celebrities and witty critics. Along the way you'll get new insights into how and why these gods and goddesses rose to the pop culture heavens. "Sex and the City" (1998)'s Kristin Davis is your host through five night's worth of intriguing installments. All-star interviews include Katie Couric, Jay Leno, The Osbourne Family, Hugh M. Hefner, Shania Twain, 'Denis Leary', Lisa Marie Presley, William Shatner, Susan Lucci, Britney Spears, Ringo Starr, Kevin Bacon, Penny Marshall and many, many more. Each one-hour episode is a fun and entertaining look at some of America's favorite personalities and features exclusive interviews with Hollywood legends, sports figures, TV stars, and musical icons. It is a celebration of the people and the moments that live immortally in pop culture. So there it is. From 'Abba (I)' to Wonder Woman (no, there are no Z's on the list), The 200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons is coming to make sense of uber fame's timeless nature.

Oprah Winfrey ... Herself (archive footage)

Elvis Presley ... Himself (archive footage)

Lucille Ball ... Herself (archive footage)

Tom Cruise ... Himself (archive footage)

Marilyn Monroe ... Herself (archive footage)

Madonna ... Herself (archive footage)

Michael Jordan ... Himself (archive footage)

Princess Diana ... Herself (archive footage)

Michael Jackson ... Himself (archive footage)

Jerry Seinfeld ... Himself (archive footage)

Steven Spielberg ... Himself (archive footage)

Jennifer Lopez ... Herself (archive footage)

Muhammad Ali ... Himself (archive footage)

Bill Clinton ... Himself (archive footage)

Britney Spears ... Herself - Interviewee

Florence Henderson ... Herself / Interviewee

Usher Raymond ... Himself / Interviewee

Hugh M. Hefner ... Himself / Interviewee

Kevin Bacon ... Himself - Interviewee

Roseanne Barr ... Herself

Halle Berry ... Herself (archive footage)

Dick Clark ... Himself / Interviewee

Katie Couric ... Herself / Interviewee

Russell Crowe ... Himself (archive footage)

Macaulay Culkin ... Himself (archive footage)

Michael Fishman ... Himself

Ace Frehley ... Himself / Interviewee

John Goodman ... Himself

Arsenio Hall ... Himself (archive footage)

Rock Hudson ... Himself (archive footage)

Dwayne Johnson ... Himself (archive footage)

Denis Leary ... Himself - Interviewee

Jay Leno ... Himself / Interviewee

Susan Lucci ... Herself / Interviewee

Bill Maher ... Himself / Interviewee

Bob Marley ... Herself (archive footage)

Penny Marshall ... Herself / Interviewee

Phil McGraw ... Himself (archive footage) (as Dr. Phil)
Joe Namath ... Himself (archive footage)

Rosie O'Donnell ... Herself (archive footage)

Kelly Osbourne ... Herself / Interviewee

Sharon Osbourne ... Herself / Interviewee

Dolly Parton ... Herself (archive footage)

Regis Philbin ... Himself (archive footage)

Lisa Marie Presley ... Herself / Interviewee

Queen Latifah ... Herself (archive footage)

Colin Quinn ... Himself / Interviewee

Axl Rose ... Himself (archive footage)

Winona Ryder ... Herself (archive footage)

Telly Savalas ... Himself (archive footage)

William Shatner ... Himself / Interviewee

Judy Sheindlin ... Herself (archive footage) (as Judge Judy)

Gene Simmons ... Himself

Ringo Starr ... Himself / Interviewee

Shania Twain ... Herself / Interviewee

Henry Winkler ... Himself / Interviewee

Hour 2

14 June 2005

Hour 3

15 June 2005

Hour 4

16 June 2005

Hour 5

17 June 2005


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