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This is what it actually took to become a Solid Gold dancer in the Eighties
Choreographer Anita Mann: "It was THE job of the Eighties."
The upcoming Fantasy Island reboot is missing one major character
Hint: It's not Mr. Roarke.
There's an actual reason why Farrah Fawcett never hosted Saturday Night Live in the Seventies
She was invited to host at the height of her fame. Here's why it didn't happen.
Jazzercise is 50 years old now — and not going anywhere
The fitness class started in 1969 in Evanston, Illinois.
Literal hustling led to Carol Burnett's first TV gig
It turns out she sprinted and conned her way to legendary status.
Celebrate the life, career and friendship of Vivian Vance in pictures
The television legend was born on this day 110 years ago.
Burt Mustin attended the first World Series ever and said Boston's theme song made no sense
"Now can you imagine anything less like the World Series?"
11 fascinating facts about 'Rhoda' star Valerie Harper
No one in the world will ever love Harper as much as we do.
Lynda Carter is reportedly returning to the role of Wonder Woman once again
Holy crossover! Burt Ward is coming back as Robin, too.
5 incredible Mister Rogers quotes to celebrate the upcoming movie
From heroes to feelings to forgiveness, Mister Rogers has just the thing to say.
R.I.P. David Hedison, captain on Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and ally of James Bond
The actor also starred in the horror classic 'The Fly.' He was 92.
Decades pays tribute to Arte Johnson all this week on Laugh-In
Tune in to see his hilarious characters Tyrone F. Horneigh and Wolfgang.
R.I.P. Arte Johnson, the sketch comedy master of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
The "Ver-r-r-y Interesting" funnyman passed away at 90.
Watch the new generation of Charlie's Angels make their debut in a trailer
A modern trio of Angels is here — with a new trio of theme song performers.
13 high caliber facts about 'Sledge Hammer!'
Thirty years later, there is still no TV show quite like this madcap cop comedy.
R.I.P. Max Wright, who played TV dad Willie Tanner on ALF
The '80s sitcom star was 75 years old.
25 products you could probably find in every medicine cabinet in the Sixties
Everyone likes to peek inside the medicine cabinet.
10 gone, groovy shampoos of the 1960s
Did you put Minipoo in your beehive?