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Decades salutes the Three Stooges with the nine-part documentary 'Hey Moe! Hey Dad!'
We celebrate the 120th birthday of Moe with Stooges movies, shorts and a special documentary.
R.I.P. Roger Smith of '77 Sunset Strip'
The actor passed away Sunday at the age of 84.
11 whopping facts about 'The Wild Wild West'
Learn how the Western spy series relates to Richard Pryor, Mexican pop, 'The A-Team' and shoe lifts.
In defense of Fonzie jumping the shark, which is not the jump the shark moment of 'Happy Days'
Instead of "Jumping the Shark," should we be talking about "the Shamrock Sandwich" or "Kissing
9 hard-hitting facts about Hunter
Learn what 'Dallas,' 'CHiPs' and a horror cult classic have to do with this daring police drama.
What was popular when Star Wars came out in '77
The Bandit give Han Solo a run for his money. Well, for a week in May of 1977, anyway.
8 fabulous facts about Joan Collins
Before 'Dynasty,' she was one of the greatest guest stars on 1960s television.
R.I.P. Roger Moore, the man who was James Bond, The Saint and Beau Maverick
The Knighted actor passed away at the age of 89.
Looking back on Johnny Carson's last episodes of 'The Tonight Show'
His last episode of 'The Tonight Show' aired 25 years ago today.
Mannix spent a whole bunch of time in the Brady Bunch house
The gritty action series featured most of the Brady home. Mike and Carol must have used Airbnb.
R.I.P. John Cygan of 'The Commish' and 'Bob'
The actor died Saturday at the age of 63.
12 wonderful William Shatner television performances beyond Star Trek
Shatner has played everything from a drug lord to an astronaut who can talk with dolphins.
8 great Harrison Ford television roles before Han Solo
Even in these early roles, he oozed the swagger and charm of Indiana Jones.
'Smokey and the Bandit' actually beat 'Star Wars,' for one weekend at least
Guess which movie Alfred Hitchcock liked better.
8 reasons why 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents' might be the greatest TV show ever
Brilliant directors, brilliant actors, brilliant writers. It's that simple.
10 truly unlikely songs that made the Top 30 in 1967
Some tracks put the wonder in one-hit wonder.
7 surprises we learned about Lucille Ball
We could have been watching "I Love Diane" instead.
50 years ago "San Francisco (Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair)" kicked off the Summer of Love
The Scott McKenzie hit had every hippie yearning for California.