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How the 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' tackled one of TV's biggest taboos
"The Mary Tyler Moore Show" is groundbreaking in its own right, but it wasn't until this episode
7 obscure TV series that share a name with far more famous shows and movies
Friends, The Sixth Sense and The Ghost Busters were all… Seventies shows!
The Beverly Hillbillies was originally supposed to be set in New York
The Big Apple Hillbillies just doesn't have the same ring.
Dick Van Dyke’s forgotten variety show found the ''perfect way'' to introduce general audiences to Andy Kaufman
Steve Martin also wrote for the show that "just worked beautifully.” And lasted 11 episodes.
Here's who's playing Fred and Ethel in the upcoming I Love Lucy movie
Being the Ricardos is now filming.
Artist creates stunningly accurate blueprints of our favorite TV homes
Now we finally know the layout for Lucy and Ricky's apartment
R.I.P. Jessica Walter, the 'Arrested Development' star with six decades of TV credits
She worked with everyone from Ron Howard and William Shatner to Wonder Woman and Mannix.
R.I.P. George Segal, Oscar-nominated comedy legend of TV and film
He was a go-to leading man for rom-coms in the 1970s.
Here's what happened to the twins who played Little Ricky on 'I Love Lucy'
No, Desi Arnaz, Jr., didn't play Little Ricky on 'I Love Lucy.'
See how your favorite candy bar wrappers evolved over the decades
What did a Baby Ruth look like when you were a kid?
Thank these 10 failed TV shows for freeing up actors to take bigger, better roles
Star Trek, Wonder Woman and Cheers might have looked quite different without these flops.
'The Saint' predicted Roger Moore would become James Bond a decade early
A 1964 episode foresaw the British actor becoming the Bond of the '70s and '80s.
27 buoyant behind-the-scenes photos from The Love Boat
In case you needed any more proof that this was the ultimate '70s show…
Six episodes that showcase the hip beatnik brilliance of 'Route 66'
Dig into this underrated television series with a handful of episodes that capture its human,
A bad audition for Cheers created Cliff Clavin
Everyone's favorite mailman was originally only signed on for 7 episodes.
Take a look at the first issues of 20 popular magazines
See which celebrities graced the debuts of People, Teen Beat, Sports Illustrated and more.
Mary Tyler Moore once imagined Laura Petrie's ''quietly wonderful'' future beyond The Dick Van Dyke Show
Moore on The Dick Van Dyke Show ending: "It was devastating to me."
8 fictional secretaries who deserved to be the boss
These fictional secretaries are so funny, they definitely deserve a raise.
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