Remembering when Don Knotts, Carl Reiner and Peter Falk all won Emmys in the same year Just one of many great trivia facts from that night.
R.I.P. Fred ''Curly'' Neal of the Harlem Globetrotters The basketball legend and Gilligan's Island visitor was 77.
Will Geer compared The Waltons to corn on the cob Not too sweet – just “fresh and tasty.”
Kathie Lee Gifford starred in a kooky 1970s Hanna-Barbera show that never aired The Funny World of Fred and Bunni was one of many failed pilots from the studio in the 1970s.
One Adam-12 episode featured the children of two famous crooners Gary Crosby, Tina Sinatra and Frank Sinatra, Jr. all appeared together.
Wayne Rogers never actually signed his M*A*S*H contract It’s a sneaky move worthy of Trapper John.
Ellen Corby from The Waltons wrote a book about a traveling pebble It was inspired by her own trips around the world.
This Andy Griffith Show guest star wrote the unheard theme song lyrics, too Imagine that hat was yellow — he was Dick Tracy, too.
8 things you might not know about the Gunsmoke finale The cancelation took everyone by surprise.
Collector's Call Web Extras: A million-dollar Barbie collection Now that is a closet full of (tiny) fashion.
6 eye-opening things you never noticed in the Star Trek episode ''Is There in Truth No Beauty?'' Take a closer look at the fascinating uniforms, spaceships, tartans and wigs.
This week on Svengoolie: The movie that popularized vampire fangs Yes, I Love Lucy predates vampire fangs.
We think we found the real Gilligan's Island thanks to the Professor If only Google Maps had been around, the castaways could have been rescued.
Can you spot the one thing wrong in these '80s action show intros? Do you have the steely eyes of a hawk?
Are these things more Boomer or Millennial? Stake your generational claim.
Can you guess the classic TV show from its board game? Roll the dice on these family games from the '60s and '70s!
Howard Morris also played Mayberry's very own Masked Singer Eat your heart out, reality television. The Andy Griffith Show did it first.
The 10 happiest, sunniest one-hit wonders of the 1970s Ain't no stopping these magic afternoon delights.
An upbeat version of the Dragnet theme song became a hit record It was the first TV theme to become a Top 10 hit.
Can you guess the movie by its parody on The Carol Burnett Show? Do these spoofs look familiar?
Guess the groovy 1970s TV theme song from a single rhyme Will you "take it" and "break it" — or will this "lot" put you on the "spot"?
The story behind The Flintstones’ most rocking song Connect the modern Stone Age family to the "Age of Aquarius."
8 things you never noticed in the M*A*S*H episode ''Good-Bye, Radar'' You might have missed these Dodgers references and Arabic insults.
R.I.P. Lyle Waggoner of The Carol Burnett Show and Wonder Woman He also nearly played Batman.
Jack Webb planned a 1980s Dragnet reboot right before he died Kent McCord from Adam-12 was supposed to co-star
R.I.P. Stuart Whitman, star of Cimarron Strip and Highway Patrol The TV Western and war movie actor was 92.
Can you guess the Sixties TV theme song from a single rhyme? Is this easy peasy or tough stuff?
Alan Alda met his wife in the most Alan Alda way They ate cake off the floor together.
Can you guess the TV show from its St. Patrick's Day episode? Test your TV trivia… or your luck!
We can guess your favorite sitcom based on the year you were born A not-quite-scientific test of your TV tastes
10 tiny little details you never noticed on The Rifleman Ever notice Chuck Connors' futurist pants and family cameos?
10 bygone bars of soap you had in your bathroom back in the day Did your family have these by the sink?
Is this the name of a Mayberry character or Vice President of the United States? Was he part of The Andy Griffith Show… or American history?
Collector's Call Web Extras: Rare Lego toys and collectibles Lego back in time!
Sorry, Millennials, only Boomers will know how to operate this television Do you know the difference between V-Hold and VHF?