This overlooked M*A*S*H nurse was a pop singer and part of a Disney favorite You might know Marcia Strassman from 'Welcome Back, Kotter' and 'Honey, I Shrunk the Kid'.
Jon Walmsley truly rocked at being a big brother on The Waltons From giving guitar lessons to taking requests, Jason Walton shared his musical gifts with his siblings.
The guest star with the craziest backstory in this Columbo episode was a boat George C. Scott nearly sunk the thing. Nixon loved the thing. Barry White met his poetic end on the thing.
Did you recognize this famous Mayberry fishing spot in the Rifleman finale? A quicksand scene from ''Old Tony'' also reportedly forced an actress to quit showbiz.
Hanna-Barbera brought in a special animator to craft the surreal sequence with "Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah" It was a "revolutionary" creation and essentially one of the first television music videos.
One actress played two different characters named Lily Frankel on Hogan's Heroes Was there meant to be a connection between these two underground agents who helped Col. Hogan?
Only the biggest Trekkers know all the details from these Star Trek episodes Can you boldly go through this quiz without missing a question?
9 bizarre Looney Tunes shorts that are not like the rest Feast your eyes on these wonderfully weird and wacky cartoons.
A tribute to Perry Mason's overlooked receptionist, Gertie The erstwhile Three Stooges star later owned a cat boarding house.
The Twilight Zone eerily predicted the death of its most frequent actor Jay Overholts was in two episodes involving vehicular death… and died in a similar fashion a few years later.
One of the last Rifleman episodes was the pilot for a proposed sitcom spinoff "Which Way'd They Go" follows hillbilly Nebeneezer Jackman and his three bumbling sons.
This M*A*S*H episode is your chance to hear teenage Superman's real voice Jeff East had his vocal performance redubbed in the superhero classic.
6 things you never knew about the Green Acres theme song! This catchy tune helped lighten the mood of astronauts and was nailed in one take by a certain star.
Michigan J. Frog's memorable tune was the first popular song about calling your sweetie on the telephone "Hello! Ma Baby" is all about the utter joy of reaching out and touching someone.
Pick: Who had the best Saturday morning cartoons in the 1970s? It's a battle of the toons, a clash of the networks, a blast from your past!
Old Rose from Titanic played a small part in one of the most romantic moments on The Waltons Gloria Stuart sold John the dress that Olivia wore to renew their vows.
Richard Lee-Sung instantly became one of the most popular guest stars in M*A*S*H history When the actor delivered his famous line "This is me!" the entire set erupted in applause. "It was just a wonderful moment for me."
How many famous Bobs can you name? Can you fill in the last names of these actors, singers and comedians?
Which Looney Tunes characters wore these costumes? Do you know who sported these cartoon duds?
Earl Hamner was labeled a kook for claiming he saw Will Geer's ghost The Waltons creator said he wasn't crazy. He just felt that Grandpa's spirit "permeated the set."
Is this Donna Douglas in The Beverly Hillbillies or something else? Can you tell Elly May apart from her other roles?
Are these dogs from Looney Tunes or Tom and Jerry? Do you know your cartoon canines?
Which Star Trek alien are you? Are you more of a Gorn or a Talosian?
The look of The Jetsons was largely inspired by a book about the far future of… 1975?! Take a look at the architecture and technology that sparked the imagination of Hanna-Barbera.
Eugene the Jeep was the Snoopy of his day and possibly inspired the Jeep SUV We can all agree that Popeye had the strangest "dog" in cartoon history.
The farmer Rafe Hollister passed on a chance to be one of Mayberry's biggest breakout stars Jack Prince turned down a chance to be a series regular but said he was proud to be a small part of The Andy Griffith Show.
A Brooklyn fistfight at 2AM inspired the characters of Laverne and Shirley on Happy Days Garry Marshall said his girl turned to him and said, "Garry, can you hold my coat?"
Can you guess which show these classic TV stars NEVER appeared on? They were in all kinds of shows — but not everything!
This Mayberry visitor was briefly the original Ward Cleaver You might know this actor by two different names.
Which sister did it: a Brady or a Walton? Who took care of a sick raccoon or worked at an ice cream shop?
This Columbo episode is packed with references to The Prisoner Patrick McGoohan worked in several clever nods to his most famous role.
Did we switch these cartoon backgrounds or not? Are these animated characters in the right surroundings?
Gunsmoke cost more than $135,000 before filming even began The word "Western" was not allowed on set. They even had a swear jar for it.
Nobody worked harder than Loretta Swit on M*A*S*H Loretta was "absolutely sensational" and "always just the most hard-working."
Here's a toast to Barney Fife's forgotten love Hilda Mae The delightful Florence MacMichael had a "wonderful humility," just like her Mayberry character.
How well do you know The Jetsons opening sequence? You know the song but do you know everything that happens?