Fall in love with classic TV during MeTV's Love Me event!

Make a date with a day of romantic episodes Sunday, February 12, starting at 11A | 10C.

Ah, Valentine's Day. Do you have your perfect date for the big day? Well no matter if you're cuddling up with your sweetheart or celebrating your single self, MeTV has a romantic lineup that's sweeter than a box of chocolates. Grab that special someone and your favorite snack, whether it be chips, chocolates or charcuterie, and enjoy hours of lovely entertainment all day long. MeTV is celebrating Valentine's Day with love-themed episodes this Sunday, February 12 starting at 11AM | 10C.

Here's the full lovely lineup:

11A | 10C: The Flintstones: "Bachelor Daze" — The razing of a famed honeymoon hotel reminds the Flintstones and the Rubbles how the couples met.

11:30A | 10:30C: The Jetsons: "Rosey's Boyfriend" — Rosie falls in love with Henry Orbit's new robot assistant, Mac.

12P | 11C: The Brady Bunch: "Going, Going... Steady" — Marcia comes home from school in a daydream and the rest of the family can't figure out her problem. It seems Marcia has a crush on a boy who doesn't even know she's alive, at least not until she studies up on his favorite hobby, insect collecting. The next time she comes home from school, she has exciting news, he asked her to "go steady."

12:30P | 11:30C: The Brady Bunch: "The Not-So-Ugly Duckling" — Jan has been smitten with Clark Tyson and they've been studying together. However, when Marcia casually steps in the family room, Clark is instantly smitten. Jan becomes insecure about her looks and seeks out ways to get rid of her freckles. However, not wanting people to feel sorry for her, Jan makes up an imaginary boyfriend, George Glass, just in time for a surprise birthday party.

1P | 12C: Leave It to Beaver: "My Brother's Girl" — An eighth grade dance has Wally being pressured into attending with a girl, instead of going stag with Eddie. However, Mary Ellen Rogers becomes determined to have Wally take her and goes through Beaver to get to him.

1:30P | 12:30C: Leave It to Beaver: "Don Juan Beaver" — A school dance has Beaver with a major dilemma. He has two girls who ask him to go with them. However, he has a little problem, he accepted the first invitation but now wants out of it when he's asked by the second girl. This leads him to take some of Eddie's poor advice.

2P | 1C: The Beverly Hillbillies: "The Clampetts Play Cupid" — Granny tries to get actor Dash Riprock uninterested in Elly May and more interested in Miss Hathaway.

2:30P | 1:30C: The Beverly Hillbillies: "Granny's Romance" — Mr. Drysdale orders an elderly playboy member of the bank's Board of Directors to court Granny, much to the chagrin of the old man's gold-digging girlfriend, who is enlisted to accompany Jed on a double date. The woman's attitude makes a sharp turn when she discovers the extent of Jed's bank account.

3P | 2C: Gilligan's Island: "The Matchmaker" — Mrs. Howell decides to engineer a romance between Gilligan and Mary Ann.

3:30P | 2:30C: Gilligan's Island: "Lovey's Secret Admirer" — Mrs. Howell starts receiving mysterious love notes.

4P | 3C: Mama's Family: "Desperately Seeking Anyone" — The date whom Mama and Naomi find for Iola is more interested in Mama.

4:30P | 3:30C: Mama's Family: "My Phony Valentine" — When Mama claims to have a date for Valentine's Day, Iola resorts to "Rent A Gent," but she gets a much younger and much better looking escort than she expected.

5P | 4C: The Love Boat: "Computerman" — Passenger Lily is haunted by an amnesia victim. Computer-dating service manager Nick woos Julie and offers his matchmaking services for Valentine's Day. Americans Brigitte and Yvonne pretend to be French in order to get men and gifts.

6P | 5C: The Andy Griffith Show: "Briscoe Declares for Aunt Bee" — Briscoe Darling falls in love with Aunt Bee after she tells a poem about a rose, and gives him extra food. He plays a song for her while she's trying to sleep. She wakes up and tells him to go away. Briscoe kidnaps Aunt Bee and takes her to his place. Andy comes to rescue her.

6:30P | 5:30C: The Andy Griffith Show: "A Date for Gomer" — Gomer is asked by Andy and Barney to take Thelma Lou's cousin, Mary Grace Gossage to the Chamber of Commerce Dance. Gomer leaves the house, making everybody think he was leaving because he didn't like Mary Grace, but that's all wrong. He left to go get Mary Grace some flowers. When Andy, Helen, Barney, and Thelma Lou come back, they see Gomer and Mary Grace dancing wildly in the living room.

7P | 6C: M*A*S*H: "Henry in Love" — Henry returns from a week in Tokyo to announce that he is in love with a 20-year-old girl called Nancy Sue Parker. She arrives for the weekend, and Henry shows her off. Nancy comes on to Hawkeye while Henry is in surgery. Henry is reminded of his wife back home when Radar places a call for him, and he realizes it's his wife he loves.

7:30P | 6:30C: M*A*S*H: "Love Story" — Radar gets a Dear John recording from home. Hawkeye and Trapper try to set him up with a date, but fail. Radar is taken by a new nurse at the camp and she is into poetry and music, so they coach him. Margaret wants to stop the relationship, so Hawkeye and Trapper get between her and Frank until she relents. Radar's "Ahhhh, Bach!" and "That's highly significant," quotes win him the girl.


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Pacificsun 12 months ago
Stark but true reality. Guess it's time to nail it down.
They weren't.
They never did.
No reason to.
Plenty of wonderful characters to rotate through out the series.
Different personalities for all kinds of viewers to enjoy.
That's what TV is all about.
And now it's "Classic" TV.
Meaning, something for us to connect with from back when the imagination of writers and producers, still alive, were very creative.
Our best tribute to them, which means appreciation and compliments.
Is to acknowledge their creative and imaginative spirit!!
Just as you do in recalling them frequently.
No harm.
The Creators would probably be flattered that you don't want to let go of them.
But they can only live and exist within those episodes you like.
It's nice to talk about them.
And recall lots of good memories.
But it doesn't change the past.
Or the present.
What about all the others Shows that you might enjoy too?
Think about it. 😉
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lisaditson 12 months ago
Gomer Pyle is my favorite show
lisaditson 12 months ago
My name is Kara joy who loves Gomer Pyle
JayWill20 12 months ago
I personally think that the Celebrity Sunday Cruise is far more fun than the rotating Sunday Block Parties.
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JayWill20 12 months ago
Shouldn’t MeTV hold the Christmas episodes until their Very Merry MeTV season.
Marcia 12 months ago
Fran Ryan took over the role of Mrs. Ziffel because Barbara Pepper died from cancer. Back then, they usually didn't explain a cast member 's exit from a show, and often didn't even acknowledge the cast change.
cperrynaples Marcia 12 months ago
Well yeah I knew they pulled a Gladys Kravitz but I just thought it strange! At least Oliver should have commented! After all, didn't he once say he felt like he was in The Twilight Zone...LOL! Oh come on, when I use LOL, you know I'm being funny!
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Bricat2001 12 months ago
Surprised they are not doing a love boat marathon instead
Rob Bricat2001 12 months ago
I was thinking that as well.
LoveMETV22 Bricat2001 12 months ago
"Surprised they are not doing a love boat marathon instead."
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They did a Sunday Block Party last November, for The Love Boat.
Enjoy the show but don't need another Marathon though. Their current promo
" Sunday Celebrity Cruise", the use of the term " Cruise" is enough.
timothys71 LoveMETV22 12 months ago
Although I personally am not a Love Boat fan, I agree that it would have been fitting for Valentine's week. I kind of hope that they do some Sunday block parties again in the future because once in a while I enjoy an in-depth broadcast of one program, but sometimes it is nice to have some stability in the weekend schedule too.
LoveMETV22 timothys71 12 months ago
I enjoyed when they focused on one program last summer with the " Sunday Block Party." It would be fun if they returned with that next Summer. However for Valentines Day or @ least the holiday, I think it's good their highlighting different programs as opposed to 1. It seems Sunday is their choice day for doing such promos, They don't generally toy with the weekday/weeknight schedule unless it is a program change, Ie: when the A- Team was added, When The Beverly Hillbillies was expanded, Etc...Weigel Broadcasting ( the parent company of MeTV) is very strategic in their programing schedules as MeTV represents a wide variety of Series, as opposed to Decades, H&I, startTV, where programming is more specific. Decades has done the Binge or Weekend Binge format for quite some time focusing on (1) program on the weekends, that's great for those who want to see a marathon of one program. I'm glad they don't follow that format on MeTV as I enjoy the variety they offer, not only M-F but the weekend as well.
Bricat2001 timothys71 12 months ago
Yes I loved Sunday block party myself, not really liking sundays current schedule:P we will have to wait till summer of me cones around again
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