Lists by TheDeadGodfather

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Titles of Movies & TV Shows That I Own on BluRay so Far
 
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Complete list of the ones I remembered. Approximately 1975-1989 & 2005-present

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Robin McLaurin Williams
July 21, 1951 in Chicago, Illinois, USA
August 11, 2014 (age 63) in Tiburon, California (suicide)
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Only TV & Movies that I've seen of Robin Williams with my ratings

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The show starred stand-up comic/actor (now professional poker commentator/player) Gabriel 'Gabe' W. Kaplan as the title character, Gabe Kotter, a wisecracking teacher who returns to his alma mater high school. The fictional James Buchanan High in Brooklyn New York to teach an often unruly group of remedial loafers self-labeled as the "Sweathogs." (The nickname reflected the fact that the remedial classes were held on the very top floor of the high school.) The school was based on New Utrecht High School,[2] which was used in the opening credits, and also the high school that Kaplan attended. The school's principal was perpetually absent, while the uptight vice principal, Michael Woodman (John Sylvester White), dismissed the Sweathogs as worthless hoodlums and only expected Kotter to attempt to contain them until they inevitably dropped out.

Kotter had attended the same remedial classes when he was a student at Buchanan, and was a founding member of the Sweathogs. Recognizing that he was his students' last chance to learn enough to survive beyond high school, he soon befriended them as they grew to recognize and appreciate his faith in their potential. His devotion to the class was such that his students often visited his Bensonhurst apartment, sometime via window, to the chagrin of his wife, Julie (Marcia Strassman). The Sweathogs celebrate a winning lottery ticket as Mr. Kotter looks on.

Many of the characters of Welcome Back, Kotter were based on people from Kaplan's teen-years as a remedial school student in Brooklyn. As a stand-up comic, one of Kaplan's routines was "Holes and Mellow Rolls", in which he talked in depth about his former classmates. The names of characters in Holes and Mellow Rolls: "Vinnie Barbarino" was inspired by Eddie Lecarri and Ray Barbarino, from Miami, FL; "Freddie 'Boom Boom' Washington" was inspired by Freddie "Furdy" Peyton; and "Juan Epstein" was partially inspired by Epstein "The Animal"; "Arnold *beep* was changed to "Arnold Horshack" for network television.

September 1975 – January 1976 Tuesday 8:30–9:00 pm
January 1976 – August 1978 Thursday 8:00–8:30 pm
September 1978 – October 1978 Monday 8:00–8:30 pm
October 1978 – March 1979 Saturday 8:00–8:30 pm
May 1979 – August 1979 Friday 8:00–8:30 pm

Season One (1975) #18
1 The Great Debate (9-Sep-1975)
2 Basket Case (16-Sep-1975)
3 Welcome Back (pilot) (23-Sep-1975)
4 Whodunit? (30-Sep-1975)
5 The Election (7-Oct-1975)
6 No More Mr. Nice Guy (14-Oct-1975)
7 Classroom Marriage (21-Oct-1975)
8 One of Our Sweathogs Is Missing (28-Oct-1975)
9 Mr. Kotter, Teacher (4-Nov-1975)
10 The Reunion (18-Nov-1975)
11 Barbarino's Girl (25-Nov-1975)
12 California Dreamin' (2-Dec-1975)
13 Arrividerci, Arnold (16-Dec-1975)
14 The Longest Weekend (6-Jan-1976)
15 The Sit-in (13-Jan-1976)
16 Follow the Leader (Part 1) (20-Jan-1976)
17 Follow the Leader (Part 2) (22-Jan-1976)
18 Dr. Epstein, I Presume (29-Jan-1976)
19 One Flu Over the Cuckoo's Nest (5-Feb-1976)
20 The Telethon (12-Feb-1976)
21 Kotter Makes Good (19-Feb-1976)
22 Father Vinnie (26-Feb-1976)

Season Two (1976) #13
1 Career Day (23-Sep-1976)
2 Inherit the Halibut (30-Sep-1976)
3 Sweatside Story (7-Oct-1976)
4 The Fight (21-Oct-1976)
5 The Museum (28-Oct-1976)
6 Gabe Under Pressure (4-Nov-1976)
7 Sweathog, Nebraska Style (11-Nov-1976)
8 Sadie Hawkins Day (18-Nov-1976)
9 Hello, Ms. Chips (2-Dec-1976)
10 Horshack vs. Carvelli (9-Dec-1976)
11 Sweathog Clinic for the Cure of Smoking (16-Dec-1976)
12 Hark, the Sweatkings (23-Dec-1976)
13 A Love Story (30-Dec-1976)
14 Caruso's Way (6-Jan-1977)
15 Sweatgate Scandal (13-Jan-1977)
16 Kotter and Son (20-Jan-1977)
17 Chicken a la Kotter (27-Jan-1977)
18 Has Anyone Here Seen Arnold? (Part 1) (3-Feb-1977)
19 There Goes Number 5 (Part 2) (3-Feb-1977)
20 The Littlest Sweathog (10-Feb-1977)
21 Radio Free Freddie (17-Feb-1977)
22 I'm Having Their Baby (24-Feb-1977)
23 I Wonder Who's Kissing Gabe Now (3-Mar-1977)

Season Three (1977) #27
1 Sweathog Back to School Special (10-Sep-1977)
2 And Baby Makes Four (Part 1) (15-Sep-1977)
3 And Baby Makes Four (Part 2) (15-Sep-1977)
4 The Visit (Part 3) (22-Sep-1977)
5 Buddy, Can You Spare a Million? (29-Sep-1977)
6 Just Testing (6-Oct-1977)
7 The Deprogramming of Arnold Horshack (13-Oct-1977)
8 What a Move! (20-Oct-1977)
9 A Novel Idea (27-Oct-1977)
10 Barbarino in Love (Part 1) (3-Nov-1977)
11 Barbarino in Love (Part 2) (10-Nov-1977)
12 Kotter for Vice-Principal (17-Nov-1977)
13 Swine and Punishment (24-Nov-1977)
14 Epstein's Madonna (8-Dec-1977)
15 A Sweathog Christmas Special (15-Dec-1977)
16 Sweatwork (22-Dec-1977)
17 Meet Your New Teacher (5-Jan-1978)
18 Angie (12-Jan-1978)
19 Epstein's Term Paper (19-Jan-1978)
20 There's No Business (Part 1) (26-Jan-1978)
21 There's No Business (Part 2) (2-Feb-1978)
22 What Goes Up (9-Feb-1978)
23 Goodbye, Mr. Kripps (16-Feb-1978)
24 Horshack and Madame X (23-Feb-1978)
25 The Kiss (9-Mar-1978)
26 The Return of Hotsy Totsy (11-May-1978)
27 Class Encounters of the Carvelli Kind (18-May-1978)

Season Four (1978) Not in Top 30
1 The Drop-Ins (Part 1) (11-Sep-1978)
2 The Drop-Ins (Part 2) (11-Sep-1978)
3 Beau's Jest (18-Sep-1978)
4 Don't Come Up and See Me Sometime (25-Sep-1978)
5 Once Upon a Ledge (2-Oct-1978)
6 The Sweatmobile (9-Oct-1978)
7 Barbarino's Boo Boo (21-Oct-1978)
8 X-rated Education (28-Oct-1978)
9 The Barbarino Blues (4-Nov-1978)
10 Washington's Clone (11-Nov-1978)
11 Frog Day Afternoon (25-Nov-1978)
12 A Little Fright Music (2-Dec-1978)
13 A Winter's Coat Tale (16-Dec-1978)
14 Bride and Gloom (13-Jan-1979)
15 Barbarino's Baby (3-Feb-1979)
16 The Goodbye Guy (10-Feb-1979)
17 Come Back, Little Arnold (24-Feb-1979)
18 The Sweat Smell of Success (3-Mar-1979)
19 The Gang Show (17-Mar-1979)
20 Oo-Oo, I Do (Part 1) (25-May-1979)
21 Oo-Oo, I Do (Part 2) (25-May-1979)
22 I'm Okay, But You're Not (1-Jun-1979)
23 The Breadwinners (8-Jun-1979)
 
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Set in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the series revolves around teenager Richie Cunningham and his family: his father, Howard, who owns a hardware store; traditional homemaker and mother, Marion; younger sister Joanie; and high school dropout, biker and suave ladies' man Arthur "Fonzie"/"The Fonz" Fonzarelli, who would eventually become the Cunninghams' upstairs tenant. The earlier episodes revolve around Richie and his friends, Potsie Weber and Ralph Malph, with Fonzie as a secondary character. However, as the series progressed, Fonzie proved to be a favorite with viewers and soon more story lines were written to reflect his growing popularity, and Winkler was eventually credited with top billing in the opening credits alongside Howard as a result.[2] Fonzie befriended Richie and the Cunningham family, and when Richie left the series for military service, Fonzie became the central figure of the show, with Winkler receiving sole top billing in the opening credits. In later seasons, other characters were introduced including Fonzie's young cousin, Charles "Chachi" Arcola, who became a love interest for Joanie Cunningham.

The series' pilot was originally shown as Love and the Television Set, (later retitled Love and the Happy Days for syndication), a one-episode teleplay on the anthology series Love, American Style. Happy Days spawned the hit television shows Laverne & Shirley and Mork & Mindy as well as three failures, Joanie Loves Chachi, Blansky's Beauties (featuring Nancy Walker as Howard's cousin),[3] and Out of the Blue. The show is the basis for the Happy Days musical touring the United States since 2008. The leather jacket worn by Winkler during the series hangs in the Smithsonian Institution

Tuesday at 8:00–8:30 PM on ABC: January 15, 1974 – March 22, 1983
Tuesday at 8:30–9:00 PM on ABC: September 27, 1983 – May 8, 1984
Thursday at 8:30–9:00 PM on ABC: June 28 – July 19, 1984
Thursday at 8:00–8:30 PM on ABC: September 27, 1984

Season One (1974) #16 (21.5 rating)
1 All the Way (15-Jan-1974)
2 The Lemon (22-Jan-1974)
3 Richie's Cup Runneth Over (29-Jan-1974)
4 Guess Who's Coming to Visit (5-Feb-1974)
5 Hardware Jungle (12-Feb-1974)
6 The Deadly Dares (19-Feb-1974)
7 Fonzie Drops In (26-Feb-1974)
8 The Skin Game (5-Mar-1974)
9 Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (12-Mar-1974)
10 Give the Band a Hand (26-Mar-1974)
11 Because She's There (2-Apr-1974)
12 In the Name of Love (9-Apr-1974)
13 Great Expectations (16-Apr-1974)
14 The Best Man (23-Apr-1974)
15 Knock Around the Block (30-Apr-1974)
16 Be the First on Your Block (7-May-1974)

Season Two (1974) Not in Top 30
1 Richie Moves Out (10-Sep-1974)
2 Richie's Car (17-Sep-1974)
3 Who's Sorry Now? (24-Sep-1974)
4 You Go to My Head (1-Oct-1974)
5 ROTC (8-Oct-1974)
6 Haunted (29-Oct-1974)
7 Wish Upon a Star (12-Nov-1974)
8 Not with My Sister, You Don't (19-Nov-1974)
9 Big Money (26-Nov-1974)
10 A Star Is Bored (3-Dec-1974)
11 Guess Who's Coming to Christmas (17-Dec-1974)
12 Open House (7-Jan-1975)
13 Fonzie's Getting Married (14-Jan-1975)
14 The Cunningham Caper (21-Jan-1975)
15 The Not Making of the President (28-Jan-1975)
16 Cruisin' (11-Feb-1975)
17 The Howdy Doody Show (18-Feb-1975)
18 Get a Job (25-Feb-1975)
19 Fonzie Joins the Band (4-Mar-1975)
20 Fish and the Fins (11-Mar-1975)
21 Richie's Flip Side (18-Mar-1975)
22 Kiss Me Sickly (29-Apr-1975)
23 Goin' to Chicago (6-May-1975)

Season Three (1975) #11 (23.9 rating)
1 Fonzie Moves In (9-Sep-1975)
2 The Motorcycle (16-Sep-1975)
3 Fearless Fonzarelli (Part 1) (23-Sep-1975)
4 Fearless Fonzarelli (Part 2) (30-Sep-1975)
5 The Other Richie Cunningham (7-Oct-1975)
6 Richie Fights Back (14-Oct-1975)
7 Jailhouse Rock (21-Oct-1975)
8 Howard's 45th Fiasco (28-Oct-1975)
9 Fonzie the Flatfoot (4-Nov-1975)
10 A Date with Fonzie (11-Nov-1975)
11 Fonzie the Salesman (13-Nov-1975)
12 Three on a Porch (18-Nov-1975)
13 Fonzie's New Friend (25-Nov-1975)
14 They Call It Potsie Love (2-Dec-1975)
15 Tell It to the Marines (16-Dec-1975)
16 Dance Contest (6-Jan-1976)
17 The Happy Days 2nd Anniversary Special (12-Jan-1976)
18 Football Frolics (20-Jan-1976)
19 Fonzie the Superstar (27-Jan-1976)
20 Two Angry Men (3-Feb-1976)
21 Beauty Contest (10-Feb-1976)
22 Bringing Up Spike (17-Feb-1976)
23 A Sight for Sore Eyes (24-Feb-1976)
24 Arnold's Wedding (2-Mar-1976)

Season Four (1976) #1 (31.5 rating)
1 Fonzie Loves Pinky (Part 1) (21-Sep-1976)
2 Fonzie Loves Pinky (Part 2) (21-Sep-1976)
3 Fonzie Loves Pinky (Part 3) (28-Sep-1976)
4 A Mind of His Own (5-Oct-1976)
5 Fonzie the Father (19-Oct-1976)
6 Fonzie's Hero (26-Oct-1976)
7 A Place of His Own (9-Nov-1976)
8 They Shoot Fonzies, Don't They? (16-Nov-1976)
9 The Muckrakers (23-Nov-1976)
10 A.K.A. the Fonz (30-Nov-1976)
11 Richie Branches Out (7-Dec-1976)
12 Fonzie's Old Lady (4-Jan-1977)
13 Time Capsule (11-Jan-1977)
14 The Book of Records (18-Jan-1977)
15 A Shot in the Dark (25-Jan-1977)
16 Marion Rebels (1-Feb-1977)
17 The Third Anniversary Show (4-Feb-1977)
18 Graduation (Part 1) (8-Feb-1977)
19 Graduation (Part 2) (15-Feb-1977)
20 The Physical (22-Feb-1977)
21 Joanie's Weird Boyfriend (1-Mar-1977)
22 Fonz-How, Inc. (8-Mar-1977)
23 Spunky Come Home (15-Mar-1977)
24 The Last of the Big Time Malphs (22-Mar-1977)
25 Fonzie's Baptism (29-Mar-1977)

Season Five (1977) #2 (31.4 rating)
1 Hollywood (Part 1) (13-Sep-1977)
2 Hollywood (Part 2) (13-Sep-1977)
3 Hollywood (Part 3) (20-Sep-1977)
4 Hard Cover (27-Sep-1977)
5 My Cousin, the Cheat (4-Oct-1977)
6 Fonsillectomy (25-Oct-1977)
7 The Apartment (1-Nov-1977)
8 Fonzie and Leather Tuscadero (Part 1) (8-Nov-1977)
9 Fonzie and Leather Tuscadero (Part 2) (15-Nov-1977)
10 My Fair Fonzie (22-Nov-1977)
11 Bye Bye Blackball (29-Nov-1977)
12 Requiem for a Malph (6-Dec-1977)
13 Nose for News (13-Dec-1977)
14 Grandpa's Visit (3-Jan-1978)
15 Potsie Gets Pinned (10-Jan-1978)
16 Joanie's First Kiss (17-Jan-1978)
17 Marion's Misgivings (24-Jan-1978)
18 Richie Almost Dies (31-Jan-1978)
19 Spunkless Spunky (7-Feb-1978)
20 Be My Valentine (14-Feb-1978)
21 Our Gang (21-Feb-1978)
22 My Favorite Orkan (28-Feb-1978)
23 4th Anniversary Special (23-Mar-1978)
24 Do You Want to Dance? (9-May-1978)
25 Second Wind (16-May-1978)
26 Rules to Date By (23-May-1978)
27 Fonzie for the Defense (30-May-1978)

Season Six (1978) #3 (28.6 rating)
1 Westward Ho (Part 1) (12-Sep-1978)
2 Westward Ho (Part 2) (12-Sep-1978)
3 Westward Ho (Part 3) (19-Sep-1978)
4 Fonzie's Blindness (26-Sep-1978)
5 Casanova Cunningham (5-Oct-1978)
6 Kid Stuff (10-Oct-1978)
7 Sweet Sixteen (17-Oct-1978)
8 Fearless Malph (24-Oct-1978)
9 The Evil Eye (31-Oct-1978)
10 The Claw Meets the Fonz (3-Nov-1978)
11 The Fonz Is Allergic to Girls (14-Nov-1978)
12 The First Thanksgiving (21-Nov-1978)
13 The Kissing Bandit (28-Nov-1978)
14 The Magic Show (5-Dec-1978)
15 Richie Gets Framed (12-Dec-1978)
16 Christmas Time (19-Dec-1978)
17 Smokin' Ain't Cool (16-Jan-1979)
18 Ralph Versus Potsie (23-Jan-1979)
19 Stolen Melodies (2-Feb-1979)
20 Married Strangers (6-Feb-1979)
21 Marion, Fairy Godmother (13-Feb-1979)
22 Fonzie's Funeral (Part 1) (20-Feb-1979)
23 Fonzie's Funeral (Part 2) (27-Feb-1979)
24 Mork Returns (6-Mar-1979)
25 The Duel (13-Mar-1979)
26 Chachi's Incredo-Wax (8-May-1979)
27 Potsie Quits School (15-May-1979)

Season Seven (1979) #17 (21.7 rating)
1 Shotgun Wedding (11-Sep-1979)
2 Chachi Sells His Soul (18-Sep-1979)
3 Fonzie Meets Kat (25-Sep-1979)
4 Marion Goes to Jail (2-Oct-1979)
5 Richie's Job (9-Oct-1979)
6 Richie Falls in Love (23-Oct-1979)
7 Fonzie's a Thespian (30-Oct-1979)
8 Burlesque (6-Nov-1979)
9 Joanie Busts Out (13-Nov-1979)
10 King Richard's Big Night (20-Nov-1979)
11 Fonzie Versus the She Devils (27-Nov-1979)
12 The Mechanic (4-Dec-1979)
13 They're Closing Inspiration Point (11-Dec-1979)
14 Here Comes the Bride Again (18-Dec-1979)
15 Ah, Wilderness (8-Jan-1980)
16 Joanie's Dilemma (15-Jan-1980)
17 Hot Stuff (22-Jan-1980)
18 The New Arnold's (29-Jan-1980)
19 The Hucksters (5-Feb-1980)
20 Allison (12-Feb-1980)
21 Fools Rush In (26-Feb-1980)
22 Father & Son (4-Mar-1980)
23 A Potsie Is Born (11-Mar-1980)
24 The Roaring Twenties (25-Mar-1980)
25 Ralph's Family Problem (6-May-1980)

Season Eight (1980) #15 (20.8 rating)
1 No Tell Motel (11-Nov-1980)
2 Live & Learn (18-Nov-1980)
3 Dreams Can Come True (25-Nov-1980)
4 Hello, Roger (2-Dec-1980)
5 Joanie Gets Wheels (9-Dec-1980)
6 White Christmas (16-Dec-1980)
7 And the Winner Is (30-Dec-1980)
8 If You Knew Rosa (6-Jan-1981)
9 The Sixth Sense (13-Jan-1981)
10 It Only Hurts When I Smile (27-Jan-1981)
11 Welcome to My Nightmare (3-Feb-1981)
12 Broadway It's Not (10-Feb-1981)
13 Bride & Gloom (17-Feb-1981)
14 Hello, Mrs. Arcola (24-Feb-1981)
15 Fonzie Gets Shot (3-Mar-1981)
16 Potsie on His Own (17-Mar-1981)
17 Tall Story (7-Apr-1981)
18 Scholarship (14-Apr-1981)
19 R. C. & L. B. Forever (5-May-1981)
20 Howard's Bowling Buddy (12-May-1981)
21 Mother and Child Reunion (19-May-1981)
22 American Musical (26-May-1981)

Season Nine (1981) #18 (20.6 rating)
1 Home Movies (Part 1) (6-Oct-1981)
2 Home Movies (Part 2) (6-Oct-1981)
3 Not with My Mother You Don't (13-Oct-1981)
4 Another Night at Antoine's (27-Oct-1981)
5 Little Baby Cunningham (3-Nov-1981)
6 The Other Guy (10-Nov-1981)
7 Fonzie, the Substitute (17-Nov-1981)
8 Just a Piccalo (24-Nov-1981)
9 No Thank You (1-Dec-1981)
10 Baby, It's Cold Inside (8-Dec-1981)
11 Hello, Tough Guy (15-Dec-1981)
12 To Beanie or Not to Beanie (5-Jan-1982)
13 Southern Crossing (12-Jan-1982)
14 Grandma Nussbaum (19-Jan-1982)
15 Poobah Doo Dah (26-Jan-1982)
16 A Touch of Classical (2-Feb-1982)
17 Hi Yo Fonzie, Away (9-Feb-1982)
18 Great Expectations (16-Feb-1982)
19 Hello, Flip (23-Feb-1982)
20 Chachi's Future (2-Mar-1982)
21 Tell-Tale Tart (16-Mar-1982)
22 Love and Marriage (23-Mar-1982)

Season Ten (1982) #28 (17.4 rating)
1 A Woman Not Under the Influence (28-Sep-1982)
2 Letting Go (12-Oct-1982)
3 Empty Nest (19-Oct-1982)
4 A Night at the Circus (26-Oct-1982)
5 Little Case of Revenge (9-Nov-1982)
6 Who Gives a Hootenanny? (16-Nov-1982)
7 Going Steady (23-Nov-1982)
8 Such a Nice Girl (30-Nov-1982)
9 There's No Business Like No Business (7-Dec-1982)
10 All I Want for Christmas (14-Dec-1982)
11 Since I Don't Have You (28-Dec-1982)
12 Hello, Pfisters (4-Jan-1983)
13 I Drink Therefore I Am (11-Jan-1983)
14 Prisoner of Love (18-Jan-1983)
15 Life Is More Important Than Show Business (25-Jan-1983)
16 Nervous Romance (1-Feb-1983)
17 I'm Not at Liberty (8-Feb-1983)
18 Wild Blue Yonder (15-Feb-1983)
19 May the Best Man Win (22-Feb-1983)
20 Babysitting (1-Mar-1983)
21 Turn Around and You're Home (15-Mar-1983)
22 Affairs of the Heart (22-Mar-1983)

Season Eleven (1983) Not in Top 30
1 Because It's There (27-Sep-1983)
2 The Ballad of Joanie and Chachi (4-Oct-1983)
3 Where the Guys Are (18-Oct-1983)
4 Welcome Home (Part 1) (25-Oct-1983)
5 Welcome Home (Part 2) (1-Nov-1983)
6 Glove Story (8-Nov-1983)
7 Vocational Education (22-Nov-1983)
8 Arthur, Arthur (6-Dec-1983)
9 You Get What You Pay For (13-Dec-1983)
10 Kiss Me, Teach (10-Jan-1984)
11 The People vs. The Fonz (17-Jan-1984)
12 Like Mother, Like Daughter (24-Jan-1984)
13 Social Studies (31-Jan-1984)
14 The Spirit Is Willing (24-Apr-1984)
15 Fonzie Moves Out (1-May-1984)
16 Passages (Part 1) (8-May-1984)
17 Passages (Part 2) (8-May-1984)
18 So How Was Your Weekend? (28-Jun-1984)
19 Low Notes (5-Jul-1984)
20 School Dazed (12-Jul-1984)
21 Good News, Bad News (19-Jul-1984)
22 Fonzie's Spots (24-Sep-1984)
 
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I just notice that they are comments, This List is Not in Any Order, I Actually Thought Everbody Would See This List in Order by Birthdate, But I was Wrong, Only My Laptop See it That Way. IMDB Should Have Better Settings, But They Don't. (This List is Still Under Construction!!!) It Might Be too Complicated to Do This For Myself to Orangize This List.
 
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After two unsuccessful pilots, Three's Company was finally picked up by ABC in January 1977 for a first season of six episodes. After the show began to air in March, ratings were high and it became one of the highest-rated midseason show of its time. The show had a simple premise - Jack Tripper (John Ritter, a student at a local cooking college, wanted to move in with two girls, Janet Wood (Joyce DeWitt) and Chrissy Snow (Suzanne Somers). The only problem - the building's landlord, Mr. Stanley Roper (Norman Fell), who lives in the apartment below with his wife, Mrs. Helen Roper (Audra Lindley). In order for him to stay, he would have to pretend to be gay The series quickly gained a pop culture status, while maintaining the high ratings, being one of the top rated shows during its third and fourth seasons. The end of the third season saw the exit of Mr. and Mrs. Roper, who moved to a new townhouse community for The Ropers, the show's first spinoff. In came a new, and much different landlord, Mr. Furley (Don Knotts). During the hiatus before the fifth season, Suzanne Somers asked for a raise from $30,000 to $125,000 per episode. The producers refused, and Suzanne began to lie so she could be absent from work. Because ratings began to decline with lovable Chrissy's absence, the producers created a new character, Cindy Snow (Jennilee Harrison), who played Chrissy's cousin for the remainder of the season. At the same time, Suzanne Somers would tape short tag scenes for the end of the episode the day before the taping. She was fired by the end of the year. Starting off fresh during the sixth season, the producers decided to have Cindy go off to UCLA to study to become a veterinarian. So, Jack and Janet needed a new roommate. Along came Terri Alden (Priscilla Barnes), the smarter and beautiful blond who was a nurse at the local hospital. She would remain on the show for the next (and final) three years. Ratings began to fall during the eighth season (as they normally do), and the producers had made the decision to end the show, and create a spinoff, Three's A Crowd. Theme Song: Come and knock on our door ... We've been waiting for you ... Where the kisses are hers and hers and his, Three's company, too. Come and dance on on our floor... Take a step that is new ... We've a lovable space that needs your face, Three's company, too. You'll see that life is a ball again, laughter is calling for you ... Down at our rendez-vous, Three's company, too!
 
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The Complete Cast Information The Brady Bunch was first seen in September 1969, Friday nights on ABC. The series was created by Sherwood Schwartz the same person who had created Gilligan's Island, 5 years earlier. In this series, Michael Paul Brady marries Carol Ann Tyler Martin and they combine their families. Mike had three sons from a previous marriage and Carol had three daughters also from a previous marriage. Mike's previous wife had died and the fate of Carol's previous husband was never explained. However, creator Sherwood Schwartz, originally intended Carol to have been divorced, but ABC balked at that idea. So thus we have two parents (Mike and Carol),six kids (Greg, Marcia, Peter, Jan, Bobby & Cindy), one housekeeper (Alice), and the family dog (Tiger), all living under one roof. Thus setting the scene for one of the most popular family sitcoms of all-time. The first season revolved mainly around the family adjusting to living together. The following seasons then revolved mainly around the six kids growing up and going through puberty and childhood adolescents. Other notable characters included, Sam Franklin, who was Alice's steady boyfriend, appeared several times throughout the 5-year run. In the final season, the character of Oliver, Carol's nephew was introduced mainly to add some of the cuteness back into the show since Cindy and Bobby had outgrown that stage. The series ended it's run in 1974, but the Brady family was far from gone. Two years prior, a animated cartoon, The Brady Kids had been created and aired Saturday mornings. In 1977, a variety show, The Brady Bunch Hour was created but lasted after only a handful of episodes. In 1981, NBC decided to break apart the reunion movie, The Brady Girls Get Married into a weekly series called, The Brady Brides. That too failed. Then the Brady Bunch was revived yet again in 1988, with the CBS TV-movie, A Very Brady Christmas. The movie was the highest rated TV movie of the year and forever cemented The Brady Bunch's immortality in pop culture. To date, the last spin-off aired in 1990 as a weekly hour-long drama called, The Bradys. In 1989, most of the cast returned to their roles on an episode of the short lived, series, Day by Day. The episode was called A Very Brady Episode. Interesting enough, Christopher Daniel Barnes starred in the series and would later portray Greg in the 1995 feature film, The Brady Bunch Movie and a year later in A Very Brady Sequel. Spin-offs: The Brady Kids, The Brady Bunch Hour, The Brady Brides and The Bradys ABC Broadcast History September 1969-September 1970----Fridays----8:00 p.m. September 1970-September 1971----Fridays----7:30 p.m. September 1971-August 1974----Fridays----8:00 p.m. Nielsen Ratings: (Top 30 or Better) Never hit the top 30 First Telecast: September 26, 1969 Last Telecast: August 31, 1974 Episodes: 117 Color Episodes Theme Song: "The Brady Bunch" Written by: Frank DeVol and Sherwood Schwartz Sung by: The Peppermint Trolley Company (Season 1) and The Brady Kids (Seasons 2-5) Here's a story of a lovely lady, Who was bringing up three very lovely girls. All of them had hair of gold, like their mother, The youngest one in curls. It's a story, of a man named Brady, Who was busy with three boys of his own. They were four men, living all together, Yet they were all alone. 'Till the one day when the lady met this fellow, And they knew they we're much more than a hunch. That this group must somehow form a family. That's the way (we)* all became the Brady Bunch. The Brady Bunch, The Brady Bunch. That's the way (we)* became the Brady Bunch. *they instead of we during Season 1 only.
 
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The Complete Cast Information Gilligan's Island centered around a group of people who were stranded on an uncharted deserted island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. They all were on a boat tour, which found itself in the middle of a storm leading them to crash on an island! Those stranded include, Gilligan, the Skipper, a millionaire (Thurston Howell III) and his wife (Lovey Howell), a movie star (Ginger Grant), a professor (known as "The Professor"), and Mary Ann. Gilligan was the first mate on the boat, the SS Minnow. Most episodes dealt with the castaways trying to get off the island, but their attempts seemed to always be foiled by Gilligan. Broadcast History- Sept 1964-Sept 1965, CBS Sat 8:30-9:00 Sept 1965-Sept 1966, CBS Thurs 8:00-8:30 Sept 1966-Sept 1967, CBS Mon 7:30-8:00
 
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The Complete Cast Information Young Blossom must navigate teenage life in a house full of men after her mother abandons the family to pursue a singing career in Paris. With the guidance of her loving father, two older brothers (recovering substance abuser Anthony and goofball Joey) and her enthusiastic best friend Six, Blossom deals with the ups and downs of adolescent life intelligently, all while having as much fun as possible. Theme Song: "My Opinionation" written Mike Post and Steve Geyer, performed by Dr. John.
 
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Tuesday at 9:30-10:00 PM January 12—April 6, 1971
Saturday at 8:00-8:30 PM September 18, 1971—March 8, 1975
Monday at 9:00-9:30 PM September 8, 1975—March 8, 1976
Wednesday at 9:00-9:30 PM September 22—October 27, 1976
Saturday at 9:00-9:30 PM November 6, 1976—March 12, 1977
Sunday at 9:00-9:30 PM October 9, 1977—October 1, 1978
Sunday at 8:00-8:30 PM October 8, 1978—April 8, 1979

Primetime Emmy Awards and Nominations

1971

Outstanding New Series (Won)
Outstanding Series - Comedy (Won)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Won)
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy: John Rich for "Gloria's Pregnant" (Nominated)
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy:
Norman Lear for "Meet the Bunkers" (Nominated)
Stanley Ralph Ross for "Oh, My Aching Back" (Nominated)

1972

Outstanding Series - Comedy (Won)
Outstanding Single Program - Drama or Comedy for "Sammy's Visit" (Nominated)
Outstanding Achievement in Live or Tape Sound Mixing: Norman Dewes for "The Elevator Story" (Won)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Won)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Won)
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Series: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Series: Sally Struthers (Won)
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy: John Rich for "Sammy's Visit" (Won)
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy:
Burt Styler for "Edith's Problem" (Won)
Alan J. Levitt and Philip Mishkin for "Mike's Problem" (Nominated)
Norman Lear and Burt Styler for "The Saga of Cousin Oscar" (Nominated)

1973

Outstanding Comedy Series (Won)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Series: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Series: Sally Struthers (Nominated)
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy: Bob LaHendro and John Rich for "The Bunkers and the Swingers" (Nominated)
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy: Lee Kalcheim & Michael Ross & Bernie West for "The Bunkers and the Swingers" (Won)

1974

Outstanding Comedy Series (Nominated)
Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Rob Reiner (Won)
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Sally Struthers (Nominated)

1975

Outstanding Comedy Series (Nominated)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Rob Reiner (Nominated)

1976

Outstanding Comedy Series (Nominated)

1977

Outstanding Comedy Series (Nominated)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Won)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series: Paul Bogart for "The Draft Dodger" (Nominated)
Outstanding Art Direction or Scenic Design for a Comedy Series: Don Roberts for "The Unemployment Story" (Nominated)

1978

Outstanding Comedy Series (Won)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Won)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Won)
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Rob Reiner (Won)
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Sally Struthers (Nominated)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series: Paul Bogart for "Edith's 50th Birthday" (Won)
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series:
Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf for "Edith's 50th Birthday" (Nominated)
Larry Rhine & Erik Tarloff & Mel Tolkin for "Edith's Crisis of Faith" (Nominated)
Harve Brosten & Barry Harman & Bob Schiller & Bob Weiskopf for "Cousin Liz" (Won)

1979

Outstanding Comedy Series (Nominated)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Won)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy, Comedy-Variety, or Music Series: Sally Struthers (Won)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy, Comedy-Variety, or Music Series: Paul Bogart for "California, Here We Are" (Nominated)
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy, Comedy-Variety, or Music Series: Milt Josefsberg & Bob Schiller & Phil Sharp & Bob Weiskopf for "California, Here We Are" (Nominated)
Outstanding Video Tape Editing for a Series: Harvey W. Berger and Hal Collins for "The 200th Episode Celebration of 'All in the Family'" (Nominated)

Golden Globe Awards and Nominations

1972

Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy (Won)
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Won)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actor - Television: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actress - Television: Sally Struthers (Nominated)

1973

Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy (Won)
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Won)
Best Supporting Actor - Television: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actress - Television: Sally Struthers (Nominated)

1974

Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy (Won)
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Won)
Best Supporting Actor - Television: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actress - Television: Sally Struthers (Nominated)

1975

Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy (Nominated)
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actress - Television: Betty Garrett (Won)

1976

Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actor - Television: Rob Reiner (Nominated)

1977

Best Supporting Actor - Television: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actress - Television: Sally Struthers (Nominated)

1978

Best TV Series - Musical/Comedy (Won)
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)

1979

Best TV Series - Musical/Comedy (Nominated)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)

1980

Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)

TCA Heritage Award

In 2013, the Television Critics Association honored All in the Family with its Heritage Award for its cultural and social impact on society.[42]
 
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Saturday at 9:30-10:00 pm September 19, 1970—December 11, 1971
Saturday at 8:30-9:00 pm December 18, 1971—March 4, 1972
Saturday at 9:00-9:30 pm September 16, 1972—October 30, 1976
Saturday at 8:00-8:30 pm November 6, 1976—March 19, 1977

1970–71: #22 (20.3)
1971–72: #10 (23.7)
1972–73: #7 (23.6)
1973–74: #9 (23.1)
1974–75: #11 (24.0)
1975–76: #19 (21.9)
1976–77: #39 (N/A)
 
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ABC
September 1978-October 1980 Tuesday 9:30-10:00 November 1980-January 1981 Wednesday 9:00-9:30 February 1981-June 1982 Thursday 9:30-10:00
NBC
September 1982-December 1982 Thursday 9:30-10:00 January 1983-February 1983 Saturday 9:30-10:00 March 1983-May 1983 Wednesday 9:30-10:00
June 1983-July 1983 Wednesday 10:30-11:00

Emmy Awards:
Comedy Series (1979–1981)
Lead Actor in a Comedy Series – Judd Hirsch (1981, 1983)
Guest Actress in a Comedy Series – Ruth Gordon (1979)
Lead Actress in a Comedy Series – Carol Kane (1982)
Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series – Carol Kane (1983)
Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Danny DeVito (1981)
Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Christopher Lloyd (1982, 1983)
Directing in a Comedy Series – James Burrows (1980, 1981)
Writing in a Comedy Series – Michael J. Leeson (1981)
Writing in a Comedy Series – Ken Estin (1982)
Film Editing for a Series – M. Pam Blumenthal (1979–81), Jack Michon (1981)

Golden Globe Awards:
Best Television Series-Comedy (1979–1981), tied in 1980 with Alice
Best TV Supporting Actor – Danny DeVito (1980), tied with Vic Tayback in Alice

Emmy Nominations:
Comedy Series (1982, 1983)
Lead Actor in a Comedy Series – Judd Hirsch (1979, 1980, 1982)
Lead Actress in a Comedy Series – Eileen Brennan (1981)
Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Danny DeVito (1979, 1982, 1983)
Directing in a Comedy Series – James Burrows (1982)
Writing in a Comedy Series – Michael J. Leeson (1979)
Writing in a Comedy Series – Glen Charles and Les Charles (1980, 1981)
Writing in a Comedy Series – David Lloyd (1981)
Writing in a Comedy Series – Barry Kemp and Holly Holmberg Brooks (1982)
Writing in a Comedy Series – Ken Estin (1983)

Golden Globe Nominations:
Television Series-Comedy (1982–1984)
Actor in a TV Series-Comedy – Judd Hirsch (1979–1983)
TV Supporting Actress – Marilu Henner (1979–1983)
TV Supporting Actress – Carol Kane (1983)
TV Supporting Actor – Tony Danza (1980)
TV Supporting Actor – Danny DeVito (1979, 1981, 1982)
TV Supporting Actor – Jeff Conaway (1979, 1980)
TV Supporting Actor – Andy Kaufman (1979, 1981)
 
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September 1977-March 1978 Tuesday 9:30-10:00
September 1978-March 1979 Thursday 9:30-10:00
September 1979-March 1980 Thursday 9:30-10:00
October 1980-January 1981 Wednesday 9:30-10:00
March 1981-April 1981 Monday 10:00-11:00

Soap was nominated for a total 17 Emmy Awards including:
Outstanding Comedy Series – nominated: 1978, 1980, 1981
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Richard Mulligan) – won: 1980, nominated: 1981
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Cathryn Damon) – won: 1980, nominated: 1978, 1981
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Katherine Helmond) – nominated: 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Robert Guillaume) – won: 1979
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series (Jay Sandrich) – nominated: 1978, 1979
Outstanding Art Direction in a Comedy Series – won: 1978
Outstanding Achievement in Video Tape Editing in a Comedy Series – nominated: 1978

At the 1981 Golden Globe Awards, Katherine Helmond won Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series – Musical/Comedy. That same year, the program was also nominated for Best TV Series – Musical/Comedy

Director Jay Sandrich was nominated for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series' at the DGA Awards in 1978 and 1979
 
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