Sherwood Schwartz's favorite Brady Bunch episode was all about fatherhood Schwartz was "Father of the Year" himself for getting his son a job on the sitcom.
Meet the many ''Morticias'' who married The Addams Family creator Charles Addams The romantic cartoonist took three brides in his life. He said his final “I do” in a pet cemetery.
10 one-hit wonders from 1981 that you probably have never even heard If you know more than three of these songs, you might be the biggest music nerd in town.
10 defunct water parks you can never visit again Slap on a swimsuit and take a slide down memory lane!
A rare look at Andy's family life when The Andy Griffith Show premiered "I'm the best old man in the world," Andy boasted in 1960.
This standout Wagon Train guest star was an early proponent of plastic surgery Jan Sterling openly discussed her nose job in public. She also stole scenes as ''Annie Griffith'' on the hit Western.
A much more mellow Don Rickles got invited to visit Mayberry The insult comic got married the same year he appeared on The Andy Griffith Show, and he said his wife helped keep the sting in his nightclub act.
The Addams Family tree expanded due to Cousin Itt's popularity Do you remember Aunt Trivia and Cousin Crimp?
Can you match these planets to the right classic sci-fi shows? Do you know “the Ghost Planet” from the planet “Q”?
The Waltons' Grandpa Will Geer had a special connection with his own grandfather On long walks in the woods, Geer's grandfather taught him how to see the world.
How well do you know Robert Redford's early TV roles? The Oscar-winning actor and director started his career in classic Sixties dramas and Westerns.
Barney Fife's bank robbery episodes reflected a real rise in heists in America In 1965, the deputy found $250,000 from a bank heist. That year, bank robbery losses hit the highest levels yet recorded: $3.9 million.
The two actors who played Henry Blake of M*A*S*H eerily died within hours of each other Both men had heart attacks. And it affected how the families broke the news.
Are these friends or enemies of Lucas McCain in The Rifleman? Can you tell the allies from the adversaries in North Fork?
Do you know production company logos seen at the end of classic shows? The short clips at the end of every episode ranged from funny to violent.
10 reasons we really miss Burger Chef restaurants With its kooky characters, Star Wars posters, Brady Bunch actors, baseball meals and toppings bar, the fast-food chain was a '70s favorite!
Are these the first or last names of classic TV actors? Names like Louise, DeForest, Curtis and Christopher have to be… what?
R.I.P. Erin O'Brien, who played Andy Griffith's gal and the title character in the '77 Sunset Strip' pilot The former Tonight Show singer made her final TV acting appearance on Perry Mason.
Can you guess what these Looney Tunes titles are referencing? These puns and parodies were taken from books, TV shows, poems and more!
Can you put the actors from classic shows in order from youngest to oldest? The age order of these casts may surprise you!
Ellen Corby ''adopted'' Jon Walmsley as her grandson Most grandparents don't play favorites, but it's clear who Grandma's favorite Walton kid was.
Nobody predicted the crazy bidding war for Aunt Bee's dusty 1966 Studebaker Frances Bavier didn't learn to drive until the age of 50. After that, she only drove Studebakers.
Remembering Josie Lloyd, who played both the mayor's daughter and Goober's gal in Mayberry Her famous father opened the door to Hollywood. She later led a very private life.
Can you remember the names of all these non-human characters in The Addams Family? Do you know what these kooky relatives, pets and even plants were called?
Jodie Foster became a ''young Bette Davis'' after struggling to compete with The Waltons John-Boy was just too much competition for the future Oscar winner.
R.I.P. Clarence Williams III, the hip undercover detective Linc on The Mod Squad The former paratrooper later had memorable roles in Purple Rain and Twin Peaks. He was 81.
Early in his career, Andy Griffith was always billed as Deacon Andy Griffith Throughout the '50s, Griffith was known as "Deacon" to the public.
Can you fill in the right job titles for all the Love Boat crew members? Do you know what jobs Julie, Isaac, Gopher and the rest had aboard the Pacific Princess?
How well do you know the classic “Walnut” episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show? You may need a big glass of air and all four eyes to get 12/12 on this quiz!
Did these classic TV shows begin or end the same year? They were all on at the same time – but at the beginning or the end?
Ricky Nelson only performed on The Ed Sullivan Show once and his father is to blame Here's why the teen idol missed being on the show at the peak of his popularity.
How exactly did ''Chuck'' Connors get his nickname? It's complicated. The Rifleman actor, born Kevin, has contrasting origin stories behind his more famous first name!
7 classic TV actors who got famous from their very first role These stars all hit a home run on the first swing.
How many characters from The Rifleman can you name? Do you know all the residents of North Fork?
Can you complete the titles of these TV shows from 1961? Fill in the blank with the correct number!
This wrestler-turned-actor from Monster Squad took the stage name Michael Landon really wanted Would you know the Bonanza star by any other name?