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Programs for Decades on Tuesday, August 21, 2018
12:00 AM
The Best of Hollywood Best of 1955: Love is a Many Splendored Thing, To Catch a Theif (Repeat, TV-PG)
1:00 AM
The Dick Cavett Show (TV-PG) Professional Boxer Muhammad Ali; jazz singer Cleo Laine; lawyer Richard Kliendienst.
2:00 AM
Hispanic Hollywood (TV-PG) Issues faced by Hispanic entertainers and their legacies, from Rita Hayworth and Carmen Miranda to Cesar Romero and Jose Ferrer.
4:00 AM
Love That Bob Bob Restores Male Supremacy (TV-PG) The romantic woes of an attractive young bachelor working as a photographer in Hollywood, whose sister attempts to find a woman for him to settle down with.
4:30 AM
Honey West Whatever Lola Wants.... (TV-PG) Honey attends a party to find more information about where an embezzler keeps his illegal earnings, but the man who hired her turns out to be a killer.
5:00 AM
Movin' On The Big Wheel Sonny and Will make a couple of separate agreements to allow a girl to drive their rig and to attempt to use their driving experience in a stock car race.
6:00 AM
The Best of Hollywood Best of 1955: Love is a Many Splendored Thing, To Catch a Theif (Repeat, TV-PG)
7:00 AM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
7:30 AM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
8:00 AM
Through the Decades August 21 (HD, New, TV-PG) News anchor Bill Kurtis walks viewers through major news moments that have taken place in history on a specific day, and how each moment impacts pop culture.
9:00 AM
I Love Lucy The Saxophone (TV-PG) Lucy doesn't succeed in her saxophone try out for Ricky's band, so she pretends there is another man in her life to stop him from going on the road.
9:30 AM
I Love Lucy The Anniversary Present (TV-PG) Lucy wrongly assumes that Ricky is dating their attractive neighbor, but he is actually planning to purchase a necklace from her for his and Lucy's anniversary.
10:00 AM
Our Miss Brooks Le Chien Chaud Et Le Mouton Noir A fun-loving, cynical high school English teacher deals with unexpected situations caused by students and faculty.
10:30 AM
I Married Joan How to Win Friends (TV-G) A mild-mannered community judge faces the comedic mishaps caused by his wacky wife.
11:00 AM
The Donna Reed Show Tomorrow Comes Too Soon (TV-PG) Donna tells Alex she wants some time without the kids, so they arrange a weekend getaway for just the two of them; along the way, Donna starts to miss the kids.
11:30 AM
The Donna Reed Show Advice to Young Lovers (TV-PG) Mary's friends keep trying to make one boy jealous of another, giving Mary problems with the boys in her class; her attempt to do so backfires.
12:00 PM
Family Affair Desert Isle, Manhattan Style (TV-G) Cissy is asked to babysit her younger siblings while he and Mr. French are out on the town; she gets distracted when her boyfriend asks her to go on a trip.
12:30 PM
Family Affair Eastward, Ho! (TV-G) Bill offers to Ming Lee stay with the family for a while, as she is engaged in an arrange marriage to a friend of his; Cissy and Gregg offer to take her out.
1:00 PM
Petticoat Junction The Talent Contest (TV-G) While Uncle Joe is out promoting an upcoming talent competition, he schemes about how to get one of his three nieces to win the big prize.
1:30 PM
Petticoat Junction Kate and the Manpower Problem (TV-G) When one of Kate's old friends sees Kate has not remarried, despite being widowed for some time, she and the girls search for eligible bachelors.
2:00 PM
The Mary Tyler Moore Show The 45 Year-Old Man (TV-G) Lou Grant is replaced when the news show's ratings fall, and after a few days under the new manager, Mary tries to talk the station owner into rehiring Lou.
2:30 PM
The Mary Tyler Moore Show The Birds ... and ... um ...Bees (TV-G) Mary's documentary about sex draws fire from viewers, but Phyllis says Bess liked it and she thinks Mary is the ideal one to explain the facts of life to her.
3:00 PM
The Bob Newhart Show Motel (TV-G) Bob tries to set Jerry up with a pretty girl when the two friends travel out of town, but she quickly makes it known that she would rather spend time with Bob.
3:30 PM
The Bob Newhart Show Backlash (TV-G) Just before Bob and Emily are scheduled to go on vacation in Mexico, Bob's back is injured and Emily comes down with a nasty case of the flu.
4:00 PM
Newhart Still the Beavers (TV-PG) Dick convinces George to quit the Beaver Lodge when he is denied a prize that he won fair and square, and he starts his own lodge to compete with the Beavers.
4:30 PM
Newhart Much Ado About Mitch (TV-PG) George joins the local Big Brother program and is disappointed when his young charge is entranced by Dick's apparently glamorous lifestyle.
5:00 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
5:30 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
6:00 PM
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (TV-PG) Guests include Tony Curtis, Peter Sellers and Tiny Tim.
7:00 PM
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (TV-PG) Guests include Art Carney and Jilly Rizzo.
8:00 PM
Through the Decades August 21 (HD, New, TV-PG) News anchor Bill Kurtis walks viewers through major news moments that have taken place in history on a specific day, and how each moment impacts pop culture.
9:00 PM
The Dick Cavett Show Fred Gwynne (TV-PG) Host and humorist Dick Cavett oversees an evolving format of talk and variety shows, providing intelligent discussions with celebrity guests and icons.
9:30 PM
The Dick Cavett Show Duke Ellington and Mary McCarthy (TV-PG) Host Dick Cavett sits down for an interview with jazz musician Duke Ellington.
10:00 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
10:30 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
11:00 PM
Through the Decades August 21 (HD, New, TV-PG) News anchor Bill Kurtis walks viewers through major news moments that have taken place in history on a specific day, and how each moment impacts pop culture.
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