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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?
These rejected McDonald's designs from 1973 would've made our meals more groovy
Apparently, McDonald's was not lovin' it, but we do!
Call Mr. Drysdale, the price on The Beverly Hillbillies mansion keeps going down
You can live like the Clampetts for the new low price of $195 million.
Pizza Hut is bringing back its classic red roof logo
It's 1967 all over again for the restaurant chain.
14 pizzas (and pizza-flavored snacks) you will never eat again
Did you cook pizzas in your toaster?
Then and Now: The evolution of 23 fast food logos
Do you remember the original looks of Burger King, Taco Bell, Sonic, Subway and more?
10 defunct sodas we wish we could still drink
Take a sip through the past with Patio, Aspen, Rondo, OK and… er, Worms?
13 vintage Dr. Pepper ads for a hot summer day
Over the last century, Dr. Pepper has used everything from Dick Clark and comic strips to Popeye
Fascinating ads for 7UP from the past
Everything from babies to Bond villains was used to sell the Uncola.
Every reference you probably missed on The Mary Tyler Moore Show programming board
Lou Grant's a fan of Gilligan's Island reruns!
12 cool, hard facts about Remington Steele
Before he was Bond, Pierce Brosnan oozed cool on this '80s action show.
Where are they now: Kids from 'The Twilight Zone'
This is what happens to kids when they exit the Twilight Zone.
This symbol inside airplanes is a subtle tribute to a William Shatner 'Twilight Zone' episode
Next time you fly, enter the Twilight Zone and choose the Shatner seat.
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