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Old 08-17-2007, 11:40 AM   #76
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Haven't we had enough of Andy Friffith? How much of their old crap can they churn out?

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Another marathon edition:

- Gunsmoke Multi-Part Episode Labor Day Marathon
Monday, September 3, 2007
12 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET/PT
Watch your favorite 2-part episodes of Gunsmoke back-to-back on Labor Day!
12 PM Gunsmoke #113
1 PM Gunsmoke #114
2 PM Gunsmoke #130
3 PM Gunsmoke #131
4 PM Gunsmoke #029
5 PM Gunsmoke #030
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Another marathon edition:

- Gunsmoke Multi-Part Episode Labor Day Marathon
Monday, September 3, 2007
12 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET/PT
Watch your favorite 2-part episodes of Gunsmoke back-to-back on Labor Day!
12 PM Gunsmoke #113
1 PM Gunsmoke #114
2 PM Gunsmoke #130
3 PM Gunsmoke #131
4 PM Gunsmoke #029
5 PM Gunsmoke #030
What is with all these sudden changes? I guess it still isn't that major, since Gunsmoke airs on Monday afternoons anyway, but still . . . it seems like they've already had 10 different versions of the September sked.
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Every time TVLand seems to be having a better schedule, they go and air their old crap again
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A change for this Saturday ONLY for Labor Day Weekend:

Saturday, September 1, 2007
1pm - 4pm: Sanford & Son mini-marathon
4pm - 6pm: The Longest Yard
6pm - 8pm: Major League
8pm - 10pm: Ferris Bueller's Day Off
10pm - 1:10am: Andy Griffith Show mini-marathon
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Week of Sept. 17 at 7am, What's Happening Now!! will air instead of M*A*S*H. See today's (Aug. 30) blog for details.
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TV Land Celebrates 35th Anniversary of Iconic Comedy Series The Bob Newhart Show

On-Air Tribute Airing Monday, September 10 to Feature Some of Newhart's Favorite Episodes

TVLand.com to Stream Episodes and Present Rarely-Seen Content Including Classic Promos For TV Land Starring Bob Newhart and Cheryl Hines

TV Land and The Paley Center for Media to Host Celebration Event to Take Place at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, CA


NEW YORK, Sept. 5 -- TV Land celebrates a great milestone in television history this September -- the 35th anniversary of the iconic series The Bob Newhart Show. In an on-air and online tribute kicking off on Monday, September 10, the network pays tribute to this Emmy Award-winning series that set the tone for a generation of TV shows. On air, from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. (all times ET/PT), TV Land will showcase eight episodes personally selected by Newhart for being some of his favorites including "Blues for Mr. Borden," "Sorry Wrong Mother" and "Over The River & Through The Woods." TVLand.com will stream all eight of these episodes online from Monday, September 10 through Sunday, September 16. Fans logging on to TVLand.com will also be able to view rarely-seen-footage of Newhart and the cast of the show as they accept "The Icon Award" at the third annual TV Land Awards as well as classic TV Land and Nick at Nite promos for the show and more. Both tributes follow a celebration event hosted by TV Land and The Paley Center for Media (formerly The Museum of TV & Radio) in Beverly Hills on September 5.

"The Bob Newhart Show is a timeless classic that made us laugh and has kept us laughing for 35 years," states Larry W. Jones, President, TV Land. "The brilliant ensemble cast, witty storylines and farcical humor is a testament to its enduring impact today."

ON-AIR TRIBUTE

TV Land's four-hour on-air marathon showcases eight episodes that have been personally selected by Bob Newhart as some of his favorites from the series.

The schedule is as follows:

8 p.m. "Last TV Show"
Bob resists vehemently when his therapy group insists that he accept an
invitation for the group to conduct one of its weekly sessions on a live
PBS show called Psychology in Action.

8:30 p.m. "Blues For Mr. Borden"
Swinger Howard Borden suffers a bad case of the blues when his young son
tells him about his marvelous new "uncle" who seems to have taken up
permanent residence with Howard's ex-wife.

9 p.m. "Sorry Wrong Mother"
Howard Borden is about to introduce his son to Ellen and tries to remold
her into an image the boy will like.

9:30 p.m. "Who Is Mr. X"
Bob accepts a seemingly innocent invitation to appear as the guest on a TV
discussion program and winds up in the jaws of a dilemma when the show
host reveals the disposition of a shark.

10 p.m. "Over The River & Through The Woods"
It's a stag Thanksgiving for Bob when Emily flies off to join a family
reunion, leaving Bob to share the holiday with his male buddies.

10:30 p.m. "Some Of My Best Friends"
Dr. Hartley's psychological therapy group has an unexpected visitor when a
friendly homosexual (played by Howard Hesseman) joins in the sessions.

11 p.m. "Death Be My Destiny"
Bob strikes out against a fear of falling manifested in a friend and in a
patient, but succumbs himself when subjected to a harrowing elevator
experience.

11:30 p.m. "Ex-con Job"
Dr. Hartley's attempt at providing psychological aid to men about to leave
prison and reenter society has him climbing the walls.

TVLAND.COM TRIBUTE

TVLand.com will stream all eight episodes listed above from Monday, September 10 to Sunday, September 16. The site will also feature the cast (Bob Newhart, Peter Bonerz, Suzanne Pleshette, Bill Daily and Marcia Wallace) as they receive "The Icon Award" from Ray Romano at the third annual TV Land Awards as well as footage from the cast's 35th Anniversary Party, the unveiling of the Bob Newhart statue in Chicago -- complete with interviews from the dedication and a making-of segment, and co-star Jack Riley at The TV Land Convention. Additionally, in partnership with ATASF's (Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation) Archive of American Television, TVLand.com will present extensive interviews with Bob Newhart along with fellow cast members and the show's creators about their memories of the iconic series. Visitors to the site will also be able to browse the Bob Newhart photo gallery and play the Bob Newhart Trivia Game.

In addition, TVLand.com will host hilarious promos for the show which ran on TV Land and Nick at Nite 10 years ago and star Bob Newhart. The vignettes are based on "Shows Bob Never Made" -- all parodies of popular classic television series including "Mister Bob" with Bob voicing a talking gerbil, "The Bob Bunch" as he plays all eight roles when an accounting firm and financial services company merge as well as "Bob's Angels," "The Incredible Bob" and "Six Million Dollar Bob." Directed by Dick Martin (of Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In), Cheryl Hines is a guest star in select spots playing Bob's wife in "Six Million Dollar Bob" and as the Farrah-esque Angel in "Bob's Angels."

THE PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA

On Wednesday, September 5, The Paley Center for Media (formerly The Museum of TV and Radio) and TV Land will host an official 35th Anniversary Celebration of The Bob Newhart Show in Beverly Hills, CA. Newhart, along with several cast members from the series (Peter Bonerz, Marcia Wallace, Bill Daily, Jack Riley and Suzanne Pleshette) will be in attendance and will join Bob for a question and answer session after a special screening of his favorite moments from the show's rich history. The series' long-time director Dick Martin of Rowan and Martin will also be in attendance. Pat Mitchell, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Paley Center for Media, will moderate the panel discussion.

A hugely popular hit, The Bob Newhart Show garnered several Emmy nominations and awards including nods for Outstanding Comedy Series. It originally aired from 1972-78 on CBS. It featured one of the most beloved casts in television history -- Suzanne Pleshette as Bob's wife, Emily; Bill Daily as their needy neighbor Howard Borden; Marcia Wallace as the quick- witted receptionist Carol Bondurant and Peter Bonerz as Bob's office neighbor, the orthodontist Jerry Robinson. The cast also boasted a lengthy list of well- known "patients" of Dr. Hartley, who became household figures in their own right.
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The encore airing of Rain Man at 1pm on Saturday, September 22, has been moved to 11pm. The 4pm encore will remain.
The 1pm airing has been replaced with episodes of Good Times from 1-2pm, The Jeffersons from 2-3pm, and Sanford and Son from 3-4pm.
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Old 09-10-2007, 07:32 PM   #84
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I am glad that TV Land is airing Good Times at 12:00 pm and 12:30 pm The Jeffersons at 1:00 pm and 1:30 pm and Sanford and Son at 2:00 pm and 2:30 pm.
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Oh, I am SO MAD at myself for forgetting about most of the BNS marathon.

the rare instance when TVLand does something right....
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I belive you can see all 8 episodes on www.tvland.com
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I tried to watch some of the Bob Newhart shows I don't have on dvd yet (from the last two seasons) on tvland and just could not do it. God this network is the pits. Endless 4+ minute commercial breaks at odd times throughout the show and funky starting times due to the extra commercial load (I told you they would NEVER give that up, once started).

After trying to watch one episode that was enough for me. I see I have missed nothing since I quit watching TVLand about a year ago. What a waste, just like every other channel out there except for American Life (and they now appear to be editing some of their shows as well). Oh well, nothing good lasts forever on tv.
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I never watch TV Land at night anymore. It's nothing but commercials and besides, there's nothing on I care to see except endless repeats of those same shows over and over. I swear I'm so sick of Sanford and Son I could scream. What is so great about that show that it airs for 4 years almost straight in prime-time?? Seriously!! It wasn't that 'successful' (or so they say) when it came the first time.

Thank God Hogan's Heroes and The Beverly Hillbillies are coming.
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TV Land Celebrates Family Day With Dinnertime Blackout on September 24

Two-Hour Programming Salute Airs September 23


NEW YORK, Sept. 19 -- As part of its commitment to Family Day - A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children(TM), TV Land will pre-empt regularly- scheduled programming and "go dark" on September 24 from 6pm to 7pm (ET/PT) to encourage families to dine together. Viewers tuning in to The Family Day Dinner Hour will see photos submitted to TVLand.com of various families sharing meals and spending time together. Packaged like a scrapbook, the hour will display montages of the photos along with Family Day graphics, all set to easy-listening Americana and Jazz music.

"This is the third time that TV Land has made this effort in support of CASA's* Family Day," states Larry W. Jones, President, TV Land. "CASA's studies have shown that the more often children eat dinner with their families, the less likely they are to smoke, drink or use illegal drugs. It is our hope that everyone will use this day as a catalyst to dine together more frequently and enjoy the benefits that come from family dining."

To further promote Family Day, TV Land will air a two-hour block of classic family dinner-themed episodes of The Andy Griffith Show, Sanford & Son, and M*A*S*H on Sunday, September 23, from 8pm to 10pm (ET/PT).

The schedule for Sunday's CASA Family Night Marathon is as follows (all times listed are ET/PT):

8:00pm The Andy Griffith Show #206 - Dinner at Eight Andy looks forward to eating a few snacks and spending an evening alone in the house. Instead, he finds he must eat three spaghetti dinners cooked by thoughtful friends.

8:30pm The Andy Griffith Show #210 - Aunt Bee's Restaurant Aunt Bee has a brief fling as co-owner of a Chinese restaurant.

9:00pm Sanford & Son #22 - Jealousy
Invited to dinner at the Sanford home, Fred's fiancee Donna brings along a patient who is in her care. The man, apparently a healthy specimen, makes it obvious he thinks of Donna as more than a nurse.

9:30pm M*A*S*H #59 - Adam's Ribs
Sick and tired of having liver and fish for an 11-day stretch, Hawkeye, driven near to insanity, starts a riot in the mess tent. He and Trapper order spare ribs and sauce from Chicago, and Trapper calls a woman he spent a weekend with to pick them up and chopper them in. Unfortunately, right as they're sitting down to eat, wounded arrive, and Hawkeye is forced to postpone sinking his teeth into his beloved ribs.

Family Day - A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children(TM), which was created by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University in 2001, is a national effort designed to promote the benefits that come from the parental engagement fostered in families who frequently eat dinner together. More than a decade of CASA research has consistently shown that the more often children eat dinner with their families, the less likely they are to smoke, drink or use drugs. Together, CASA and The Family Table have set a goal of registering millions of Americans to pledge to have dinner as a family on September 24th and, hopefully, use Family Day as a catalyst to make family dinners a regular part of their lives. For more information about Family Day, visit www.CASAFamilyDay.org.

*The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University is neither affiliated with, nor sponsored by, the National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association (also known as "CASA") or any of its member organizations, or any other organizations with the name of "CASA".

TV Land's Family Table: Share More Than Meals was created in partnership with Nickelodeon's Nick at Nite in 2003 to remind viewers about the emotional and social benefits that come from taking the time to sit down and share with one another. Through a series of promotional spots - which TV Land airs in regular rotation daily - the network encourages viewers to experience the benefits of dining together. For more information, please visit www.FamilyTable.info.

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