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11 odd board games from the 1970s we completely forgot about
Did you risk it all in the 'Bermuda Triangle'? Or save up for 'Pay Day'?
7 major reasons we should all remember Jan Brady
Here's why we can't forget about Jan Brady.
9 chilling facts about 'The Alfred Hitchcock Hour'
Learn how Christmas cards, comedians and classic crime novelists all link to the 1963 anthology
8 things you didn't know about Smokey Bear
He has something in common with both the President and Bambi.
30 people we wish we could see on 'The Love Boat'
'The Love Boat' would have been even more amazing with Lancelot Link, Sam the Butcher and Wonder
7 reasons we'll always love Lucille Ball
There are a lot of things you might not know about the fearless comedy legend.
9 reasons we absolutely love Vivian Vance
She's so much more than Lucy's best friend.
13 fascinating facts about my three sons
It's the second longest running sitcom in history. Find out how it relates to 'Green Acres,' Gene
10 obscure, forgotten game shows of the 1970s
We'd fake being sick to stay home and watch these.
The 10 biggest live television moments of the 20th century
Where were you during these major events?
18 vintage hot dog ads that celebrate the joy of encased meats
Would you eat Wiener Wraps, Sack O'Sauce and Hot Dog Chowder?
Photos: Walter Polovchak - From the U.S.S.R. to the U.S.A.
Polovchak, whose parents came to the United States in 1980 from the Soviet Ukraine, was the subject
7 Retro Things Inspired By The Space Age
NASA invented a lot of great gadgets, but it inspired even more ideas that were common in the
Catching up with Walter Polovchak, the 12-year-old who defected from the Soviet Union in 1980
He left his parents to become an American. Find out what has happened since.
Relive the Apollo 11 moon landing with a special episode of 'Through the Decades'
On July 20, 2016, Decades TV Network commemorates the July 20, 1969, moon landing with 'Through
Zoinks! 10 of the spookiest episodes of 'Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!'
The first Scooby series was full of ghosts, grunting green men, creepy clowns and a spooky space
Through the Decades remembers the victims of the infamous Richard Speck murder spree 50 years later
On July 14, 1966, Richard Speck murdered eight student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital.
VIII things you never knew about Herman's Hermits
The teen sensation of the 1960s has a history tied to Led Zeppelin, lawsuits and soap operas.