America might love the Addams Family at Christmas more than Halloween Hundreds of families requested to use this Charles Addams Christmas comic for their holiday cards in the Sixties.
Here's what Christmas meant to Lucille Ball, Mike Connors and more in 1973 Here's what Christmas meant to these six celebrities, guaranteed to get you in the holiday spirit!
Art Carney played Santa Claus three times, including in a forgotten 1984 TV film The comedian starred as Santa in an episode of 'The Twilight Zone,' in a Muppets holiday special, and in the film, 'The Night They Saved Christmas'.
M*A*S*H creator Larry Gelbart called the laugh track a 'thorn in the side' Ultimately, the network got the last laugh.
5 shows Tony Dow appeared on after Leave It to Beaver Here are five shows where Dow wasn't called Wally.
8 great little details you never noticed in The Dick Van Dyke Show Christmas episode It was so good, it made the creator show his face.
How well do you remember Christmas on M*A*S*H? Santa visited the 4077th a few times.
How a former sitcom star made his directorial debut on The Andy Griffith Show's ''Christmas Story'' The former Fibber McGee became Andy Griffith's ace thanks to a ''hunch.''
9 little details you never noticed in the Andy Griffith Show episode ''Christmas Story'' Tinkerbell was behind bars?!
R.I.P. Mickey Kuhn, child star of the '30s and '40s, Beau Wilkes in 'Gone With the Wind' Kuhn first appeared on the big screen at the age of two.
8 comic strips everyone read in the '70s It doesn't have to be a Sunday in order for you to appreciate this colorful list of comic strips!
Snoopy was supposed to be called Sniffy, and he was based on a dog named Spike Spike eventually made his way into the 'Peanuts' world, as Snoopy's long-lost brother!
When Art Carney wasn't making people laugh, he was sharing recipes Hilarious? Yes. A chef? No, but his salads were party favorites.
Build your perfect Thanksgiving Day and we will guess which family member you are Are you the person that eats all day, or sleeps all day on Thanksgiving?
5 holiday traditions that every generation can love Some traditions from the earliest generations will never fade away.
5 facts about 'Snoopy, Come Home' voice actor Bill Melendez From working on Disney's Pinocchio to producing hundreds of commercials, Melendez was pretty special.
8 forgotten animated Thanksgiving specials of the 1980s Daffy Duck, Q*bert and Garfield all celebrated Turkey Day.
Can you match these Thanksgiving dinners to the right shows? Pull up a chair and see if you can identify these festive spreads!
Ron Howard believed that Andy Griffith was a natural leader "[Andy] poured everything he had into [the show]. He was the rock on which the show was built in every way."
Who said it: Sheriff Andy or Deputy Fife? Think you know who said these lines? They just might surprise you!
MeTV remembers Robert Clary with some of LeBeau's best 'Hogan Heroes' episodes Tune in as we remember Cpl. LeBeau, November 21-23 at 10P | 9C.
Are these real 'Peanuts' films or did we just make them up? Calling all Charles Schulz and 'Peanuts' super fans, it's your time to shine!
Can you pass this true or false quiz about 'The Dentist' sketch from The Carol Burnett Show? True or false: You will pass this true or false quiz.
Fan quiz: How well do you know the family reunion Star Trek episode 'Journey to Babel'? How well do you remember this episode that introduced several Star Trek classic aliens?
6 facts about Snoopy that proves he's one of the coolest cartoon animals Not only could he play the piano, but he was also a college student!
Tim Conway confirmed he made Harvey Korman wet himself during The Dentist sketch on Carol Burnett Conway said, 'My object[ive] was to find places in the sketch where I knew I could break up Harvey.' Mission accomplished.
8 interesting and surprising facts about Peanuts creator, Charles M. Schulz Let's celebrate Charles Schulz's 100th birthday in style!
This talented writer contributed to Tim Conway's iconic dentist sketch We have to thank all of the writers for this hall of fame comedy sketch!
The way Charles Schulz spoke of the 'Peanuts' proved he was never in it for the money What did he think of his major successes with the comic strip? 'I don't know. It's O.K. I guess.'
Charles Schulz thought his appearance was forgettable, so he gave Charlie Brown a blank face "There's something wrong with someone who thinks like that, isn't it? [laughs]."
Richard Boone believed actors should fight over roles, not dressing rooms "Fighting over parts is healthy. It shows that they want to work."
Dwight Schultz didn't let the critics get him down about being on The A-Team ''People expect me to apologize for the series.''
Who said it: A Boy Named Charlie Brown edition You probably know who said 'I recognize your frailties, your weaknesses. You need me to point out your faults Charlie Brown' don't you?
How well do you remember the Cheers episode ''Thanksgiving Orphans''? Insults aren’t the only things that get thrown around in this holiday classic!
7 interesting facts about WKRP in Cincinnati's "Turkeys Away," episode We all love that famous line: "As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!"
6 popular slang terms used by teens in the '60s Do you remember these terms?