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Old 05-15-2018, 10:27 PM   #31
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"Murder, She Wrote" had several guest stars each episode.
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Doesn't every show have lots of guest stars?
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Doesn't every show have lots of guest stars?

I assume they meant well known guest stars, shows like The Walking Dead don't really have many known guest stars, especially on a weekly basis.
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I Love Lucy had a lot. In the hour format they had new guests every episode and it started to get annoying.

The Twilight Zone had hundreds of current and future TV stars appear across its 5 seasons.
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I Love Lucy had a lot. In the hour format they had new guests every episode and it started to get annoying.

The Twilight Zone had hundreds of current and future TV stars appear across its 5 seasons.

That's one of the best things about collecting old TV shows. Every now and then you'll run into a "guest star" who at that time was an obscure actor/actress who "guest starred" starred on an episode (sometimes on a show that's equally obscure) who, a few years later few years later becomes a household name.
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Frasier had a lot of guest stars; as did Cheers.

All In The Family often had guest stars. 227 had many guest stars.

The Golden Girls; Night Court; Murphy Brown--- all had many guest stars.
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I assume they meant well known guest stars, shows like The Walking Dead don't really have many known guest stars, especially on a weekly basis.

I still think the answer is "99% of all shows ever made", but fine, I'll play along...

The Simpsons has lots of guest stars.
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Matlock also have various guest stars during its 9 year tenure
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The Love Boat. It ran for 9 seasons so there's far too many guest stars to list. Although there were several actors who guest starred more than once but as different characters.

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Here's a few that I remember off hand:
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The Love Boat and Fantasy Island were built around guest stars. They were basically anthology shows, so I don’t think they count.

The later Lucy Shows were BRUTAL when it came to guest stars. “BOB CUMMINGS, what are you doing here???!!!”
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