Liza Minnelli wanted a key role on The Twilight Zone but could not pass the audition The iconic singer wanted a break in "Come Wander with Me," the final episode filmed in the original series.
There's a big M*A*S*H reference hiding right in the middle of Sesame Street And the children's show just introduced another M*A*S*H reference for its 50th anniversary!
Star Trek is looking for interns and, uh, are we too old to join Starfleet? Starfleet wants YOU!
Richard Dawson recorded a kooky psychedelic record while making Hogan's Heroes Have you ever heard a Family Feud host sing about fruit?
The same Flintstones episode that introduces Bamm-Bamm had this perfect parody of Perry Mason The Rubbles come up against Perry Masonry trying to adopt Bamm-Bamm.
A song sung by Lorne Greene explains how ''Little'' Joe Cartwright got his name It turns out, it's not because he's smaller than Hoss!
5 forgotten Don Knotts movies before and after his Mayberry days 'Wake Me When It's Over' might not be the most exciting movie title.
Maverick replaced James Garner with a lookalike and hoped viewers didn't notice "Put me in a dress and call me Brenda!"
Ron Howard had to prove his directing chops to actress Bette Davis When your leading actress gets tough, the tough stay calm...right?
Take a look at the former Hawaii home of Jim Nabors, now selling for $4.5 million Golly! The 170-plus acres sit on the island of Maui.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the jumping frog scene from The Brady Bunch It took a lot of hot water and shampoo to film this classic moment.
7 facts about Yogi Bear to make you smarter than the average fan Hey, Boo-Boo! Here's a pic-a-nic basket full of trivia!
Can you match Happy Days characters to their first lines on the show? Surprisingly, not one of them was "Aaaaayyyyyy!"
A house in California is known as The Flintstone House because, well, it is! Can you imagine Fred pounding down this door?
Can you guess the TV show from the Thanksgiving episode? Let's talk turkey. Can you identify these TV shows from a still of a Thanksgiving episode?
Can you answer these real Jeopardy! questions about The Flintstones? Would round two be called "Rubble Jeopardy?"
Watch our exclusive interviews with the M*A*S*H cast Alan Alda, Loretta Swit and more discuss the historic M*A*S*H finale and the impact of the show.
Did Mel Blanc voice this character? From Merrie Melodies to Hanna-Barbera, did we hear Blanc in these cartoons?
''Fantasy Island'' reboot trailer shows us death lurking in paradise There may not be Tattoo, but there will be blood.
Do you remember where everyone went at the end of M*A*S*H? Some went home — but where was home?
DeForest Kelley had a complicated relationship with this Star Trek catchphrase The story of how McCoy quashed the catchphrase "He's dead, Jim."
Are you an expert on Loretta Swit's screen career? Do you remember where else you've seen the M*A*S*H actress?
Can you name all these TV military dramas from a single frame of their opening credits? Can you earn your trivia stripes?
OK Boomers! Can you name all these celebrity Boomers from Oklahoma? See if you recognize these Sooners.
Only a true Seventies kid can name all these cartoons from 1979 There sure were a lot of ghosts on Saturday morning.
The Flintstones were originally going to have a son instead of Pebbles You can thank grape juice and dolls for the birth of Pebbles.
Here's your first look at ''Scoob'' and the new Hanna-Barbera cinematic universe Other movies planned are The Flintstones, The Jetsons, and Wacky Races
Guess these celebrities by their pre-fame rejections "I'll never amount to anything?" Ha!
Who are these celebrities on the cover of TV Guide in 1989? They were the A-list thirty years ago.
R.I.P. William Wintersole of The Young and the Restless, Star Trek and more The television actor was 88.
Do you know everything about Alan Alda's acting career? From political figures to love interests, Alda has played just about everything!
Can you guess the M*A*S*H character from a single prop? Some are so classic, they put them in a time capsule.
Barney Fife is the only character with two musical themes on The Andy Griffith Show The Andy Griffith Show is the best dubbed show in TV history, period.
Four more times you saw Alan Reed on TV before The Flintstones Fred Flintstone as a bad guy?! It happened!
Can you guess what the heck is in these old frozen TV dinners? Is that a vegetable or dessert?
Hear Celine Dion, Pat Benatar and ''Let It Go'' sung entirely in Klingon It's called "ylbuSQo" — try saying that three times fast.