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Honeymooners' Fan Fiction: Alice's Tea Club

Honeymooners Lost Episode Alice’s Tea Club

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Kramden’s Apt. Ralph is coming home from a long day as a bus driver and sees the apartment is decorated to look very fancy. 2,162 more words

Coming Attractions

There are so many choices it practically induces entertainment induced paralysis.The old school options of cable and satellite have stations numbering in the hundreds of thousands.  590 more words

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Sid Caesar's "Your Show of Shows," the Best TV Has Ever Offered

Sid Caesar’s Your Show of Shows last aired on June 5, 1954, but its comedic effects are still felt and seen on TV today. If there ever was a program that deserves accolades this is it.  1,491 more words

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The Golden Girls (Season 3) (1987-88)

This is perhaps the first season of the classic sitcom that has a handful of weaker episodes, but even a weaker “Golden GIrls” episode is still worth watching, thanks to the four endearing lead performances. 79 more words

The Greatest Marvel and DC Live Action TV Super Heroes Ever

Dave, Roger Badesch, Tom Hush and listeners talk about the greatest Live Action TV Superheroes including Batman, Wonder Woman, The Incredible Hulk, The Green Hornet, Arrow, Supergirl and more. 21 more words

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Celebrating 40 Years Sailing through 70’s TV Classic ‘The Love Boat’ with Gavin MacLeod

Dave talks to actor Gavin MacLeod about the debut of the original Love Boat in 1977, his early days in the movies and television, The Mary Tyler Moore Show and pivotal moments throughout his career that changed his life.  20 more words

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Broadway Musicals and My Little Pony (New Releases 5/30/17)

Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!

Set in the early 20th century, Oklahoma centers on singing cowboy Curly McLain who tries to woo and win the heart of his childhood friend, Laurey Williams. 535 more words

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