Through the Decades
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Decades Presents: A Thanksgiving Roast
Join us this Thanksgiving for a marathon of laughs!
This is why Cheers writers risked everything to bring Sam and Diane together in the first season
It was a move not a lot sitcoms could pull off!
11 forgotten cop shows of the 1970s
Police were everywhere on TV, ranging from steely to silly.
R.I.P. Alex Trebek, the beloved longtime host of Jeopardy!
The legendary game show host died at the age of 80.
Let's not forget 'The UFO Incident' was the eeriest TV movie of the 1970s
The story of Barney and Betty Hill continues to stir debate to this day.
Cher's mom was in an episode of 'I Love Lucy'
The model and singer also appeared in The Lucy Show.
Is this really Gary Busey in the background of The Dick Van Dyke Show?
He would have been just 20-years-old at the time.
15 groovy, goofy toys that you could only find in the year 1977
Cher, Benji, CBs and custom vans were all the rage with kids.
Tab cola has officially been discontinued
Coca-Cola’s first diet drink was launched in 1963.
Grab your tissues: Here's how Woody Harrelson got cast on Cheers
Harrelson instantly proved his talent was nothing to sneeze at.
Norm's wife appears just one time on Cheers — kind of
The two women who played Vera also played a love interest of Cliff in another holiday episode!
Lucille Ball secretly popped up on the cover of a magazine in I Love Lucy
It also might be proof of time travel. Maybe.
13 hail-worthy facts about 'Taxi'
The series would have been far different with Mandy Patinkin, Sheriff Bart and Tony Clifton.
9 TV shows that were too ahead of their time in the early 1970s
Even Norman Lear and the M*A*S*H creators came up with some overly ambitious flops.
10 fast food burgers you will never eat again
Take a beefy bite out of the past.
6 reasons you should not sleep on the 1985 version of The Twilight Zone
The Grateful Dead, Stephen King, George R. R. Martin and Bruce Willis all had a hand in the first
The incredibly unlikely story of how Judd Hirsch got cast on Taxi
James L. Brooks nearly collapsed. Judd Hirsch nearly said no.
A 1980 magazine article about the future of TV got it spot on — with a few ridiculous exceptions
The writer predicted DVRs, flatscreens, email and "the cable."
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