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7:00AM ET
The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show - Richard Pryor, The Fifth Dimension, and more "Today's episode features Johnny Mathis, Richard Pryor, Peter Nero, and the Fifth Dimension."
7:30AM ET
The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show - Ike and Tina Turner, Flip Wilson, Gwen Verdon, and more "Today's episode features the Ike and Tina Turner revue, Flip Wilson, Tiny Tim, Sonny James, Vino Venito, and Gwen Verdon."
8:00AM ET
Through the Decades - March 30 "On March 30, “Through the Decades” remembers the day John Hinckley attempted to assassinate President Regan in 1981. We also take a look back on the crime-busting comic debut of “Batman” in 1939, and on the day of his birth, we profile Warren Beatty."
9:00AM ET
I Love Lucy - Second Honeymoon "Lucy plans a second honeymoon aboard the boat. The only problem is Ricky is too busy."
9:30AM ET
I Love Lucy - Lucy Meets the Queen "Lucy chases after the Queen desperate to meet her."
10:00AM ET
The Lucy Show - Lucy and the Pool Hustler "Lucy visits a local pool hall and enters their billiards tournament. Her main competition is a woman named Laura Winthrop. Cigar-smoking Laura, however, looks suspiciously like a a pool hustling man named Ace."
10:30AM ET
The Lucy Show - Lucy and Viv Reminisce "Lucy's old pal Viv Bunson comes out west to care for Lucy after she breaks her leg. They spend time looking back at when they lived together, until Viv breaks her leg while on her way to fix lunch, forcing Mr. Mooney to look after both of them."
11:00AM ET
The Donna Reed Show - Change Partners and Dance "Donna teaches Mary's prom date how to dance, and the boy develops a crush on Donna."
11:30AM ET
The Donna Reed Show - Dough Re-Mi "Donna and Jeff both get involved in fundraising ventures."
12:00PM ET
Family Affair - Unsinkable Mr. French "Mr. French's patience is tested when it seems everything goes wrong."
12:30PM ET
Family Affair - Wish You Were Here "Uncle Bill and the children visit Indiana to learn about their parents."
1:00PM ET
Petticoat Junction - The Sneaky Ways of a Woman Who Is Both Beautiful and Smart "Dr. Janet Craig, rebuffed as a physician by the local males, sets out to win them over as a woman--and a good cook"
1:30PM ET
Petticoat Junction - The Strange Case of Joseph P. Carson "In an attempt to get rid of lady Dr. Craig, Uncles Joe fakes an illness that becomes real."
2:00PM ET
The Mary Tyler Moore Show - He's No Heavy, He My Brother "Mary and Rhoda's Mexican vacation includes having to deliver a secret package."
2:30PM ET
The Mary Tyler Moore Show - Room 223 "Mary enrolls in journalism school to advance her career and falls for the teacher."
3:00PM ET
The Bob Newhart Show - Dr. Ryan's Express "A temporary receptionist causes a headache for Bob."
3:30PM ET
The Bob Newhart Show - Brutally Yours, Bob Hartley "Bob decides to take his own advice and be brutally honest with Emily's dinner guests."
4:00PM ET
Newhart - Ricky Nelson Up Your Nose "Kirk goes to the hospital, and Larry, Darryl, and Darryl are in charge of his cafe."
4:30PM ET
Newhart - A View from the Bench "Dick loses his bench passes for a Boston Celtics game."
5:00PM ET
The Jeffersons - 984 W. 124th St., Apt. 5C "At Christmas-time, Louise discovers that George has been sending monthly payments to an address in Harlem."
5:30PM ET
The Jeffersons - George and Whitty "George and Louise fear they'll lose their apartment when the lease expires."
6:00PM ET
The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show - Richard Pryor, The Fifth Dimension, and more "Today's episode features Johnny Mathis, Richard Pryor, Peter Nero, and the Fifth Dimension."
6:30PM ET
The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show - Ike and Tina Turner, Flip Wilson, Gwen Verdon, and more "Today's episode features the Ike and Tina Turner revue, Flip Wilson, Tiny Tim, Sonny James, Vino Venito, and Gwen Verdon."
7:00PM ET
Rowan & Martin's Laugh In - Season 2, Episode 11 "Today's sketches include Billy Graham's blessing, a campus report, the drum major, the fickle finger of fate, a salute to dancing class, and stranger than truth. Today features Liberace, Tony Curtis, and Peter Lawford."
8:00PM ET
Through the Decades - March 30 "On March 30, “Through the Decades” remembers the day John Hinckley attempted to assassinate President Regan in 1981. We also take a look back on the crime-busting comic debut of “Batman” in 1939, and on the day of his birth, we profile Warren Beatty."
9:00PM ET
The Dick Cavett Show - George Bush, Edmund Muskie, Gloria Swanson, and Vincent J. Carey "On The Dick Cavett Show, George Bush discusses the United Nation Resolution which expelled Nationalist China in 1971, Edmund Muskie talks about American politics and his potential bid for president, Gloria Swanson reveals why she walked out of the Broadway show Lenny, and Vincent J. Carey explains the ideology of the Right to Life Party."
10:00PM ET
The Dick Van Dyke Show - I Was a Teenage Head Writer "Rob recalls how he became head writer and how Buddy and Sally really were."
10:30PM ET
The Dick Van Dyke Show - It May Look Like a Walnut! "Rob falls asleep with a sci-fi movie on and gets visited by an alien from another planet."
11:00PM ET
The Lost Honeymooners - Catch a Star "Ralph boasts friendship with Jackie Gleason, and then has to prove it by inviting him to the Raccoon Lodge dance."
11:30PM ET
The Abbott and Costello Show - Bingo the Chimp "Mike the Cop tells Lou that he must have a license for his pet chimp. But Lou accidentally applies for a marriage license."
12:00AM ET
Dark Shadows - September 14, 1967 "Hoping to trap her kidnapper, Dr. Woodard pretends publicly that Maggie’s memory is returning."
12:30AM ET
Family - Annie Laurie "While working on an important patent case, Doug meets formidable attorney Annie Laurie, who is interested in more than his briefs."
1:30AM ET
Hollywood Remembers the Leading Men/Women - Glenn Ford "Hollywood Remembers looks at the career of Glenn Ford and his roles in Gilda, The Big Heat, and Superman."
2:00AM ET
DECADES Movie - TV in Black: The First 50 Years "Discover how television has reflected the African American experience in this retrospective of the medium's first half century. Includes rare footage, memorabilia, and exclusive interviews from the actors, writers, and producers whose personal journeys created television history."
4:00AM ET
Annie Oakley - Annie Helps a Drifter "Annie helps a man arrested for petty larceny."
4:30AM ET
Medic - The Good Samaritan "In Medic, Richard Boone plays Dr. Konrad Styner in this realistic medical drama which was sometimes adapted from real cases. In today's episode, Dr. Styner is sued for malpractice by a man whose wife was left partially paralyzed after a car accident."
5:00AM ET
Accidental Family - What Is This -- Thanksgiving or a Nightmare? "In Accidental Family, Jerry Van Dyke stars as a single parent balancing his comedy career with help from a divorcée, Sue, who has a child of her own. In today's episode, Sue's quiet holiday plans with her parents are interrupted by Jerry's rowdy Las Vegas friends."
5:30AM ET
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis - Caper at the Bijou "Lovesick teen Dobie Gillis and his beatnik buddy Maynard G. Krebs conspire to rig a raffle so Dobie can win enough money to take Thalia Menninger to the prom."
6:00AM ET
The Best of Hollywood - Best of 1980: Ordinary People, Caddyshack, and Airplane!, and more "The Best of Hollywood features films released in 1980 including The Blues Brothers, The Elephant Man, Superman II, Ragin Bull, and Atlantic City,"
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