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10 things you should know about 'I Married Joan'
There's a lot to know about the wacky housewife!
10 stunning facts you never knew about the Barbie doll
The doll that billions bought graced a million-dollar Andy Warhol painting.
10 supersonic, hot-hot-hot one-hit wonders from 1988
Don't worry, you'll be happy to hear these again.
March 4, 1968: The LeClair Affair
“People remember the protests and the hippies and this and that,” said Behr. “I don’t
Journey's 'Greatest Hits' just became the third album ever to spend 500 weeks on the Billboard 200
You can't stop "Don't Stop Believin'."
5 lucky facts about McDonald's Shamrock Shake
It's that time of year again!
6 Newhart episodes that are basically fairy tales
Once upon a time, at the Stratford Inn…
8 classy facts about Julie Andrews
What would the stage or screen be without Julie Andrews?
I Love Lucy and I Married Joan had a whole lot in common
America has two favorite wacky housewives.
7 tried-and-true facts about Levi's denim
You're probably wearing them right now.
6 Easter eggs Newhart fans should have caught
There were a number of clever little nods to Newhart's predecessor.
'I Love Lucy,' 'Mary Tyler Moore,' 'Newhart' and more join a new Decades lineup March 5
Television Across the Decades will be a time machine through the '50s, '60s, '70s and '80s.
10 things you might not know about Andy Warhol
A pioneer in the pop-art movement, Warhol effectively combined the art world with celebrity culture
These ‘70s models definitively prove matching outfits bring couples closer together
It's a different kind of match game that married couples know well.
These were the Top 10 hits in America this week in 1968
The charts were a spooky mix of blue, green, lemon and "beinz."
6 fast facts about Archie and the gang
There's a lot going on in Riverdale.
10 fascinating facts about Mister Rogers
Mr. Rogers welcomed everyone to his neighborhood, from Michael Keaton to Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.
February 16, 1968: First 911 call
The first call was made in Haleyville, Alabama — over a decade after the idea was brought up.