This is the WLTX Decades TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Columbia Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|2:30 PM||The Mary Tyler Moore Show |
Mary's thinks her beau is too affectionate in public. Ted Bessell, Valerie Harper, David Groh, Beth Howland.
|3:00 PM||The Bob Newhart Show |
Bob's group rebels when fees are raised. Jack Riley, John Fiedler, Florida Friebus, Henry Corden.
|3:30 PM||The Bob Newhart Show |
Emily is bored with her routine. Suzanne Pleshette, Katherine Helmond, Bill Daily.
|4:00 PM||Newhart |
Michael writes a love letter for Larry. William Sanderson, Valerie Mahaffey, Julia Duffy, Peter Scolari.
|4:30 PM||Bosom Buddies |
Kip tells Henry his autobiography lacks two things---sex and humor. Tom Hanks, Peter Scolari, Holland Taylor.
|5:00 PM||The Jeffersons |
Florence isn't invited to the Jeffersons' and Willises' party. Ned Wertimer, Marla Gibbs, Isabel Sanford, Sherman Hemsley.
|5:30 PM||The Jeffersons |
Part 1 of two. George hires a bodyguard after being mugged. Will Geer Jr., Leonard Lightfoot, Isabel Sanford.
|6:00 PM||The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show |
James Brown and the Famous Flames; Rich Little; the Muppets; Arthur Haynes and Company; and Nancy Sinatra.
|6:30 PM||The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show |
Barbra Streisand; the Clancy Brothers; Tommy Makem; Liberace; Linon; and Russ Lewis.
|7:00 PM||Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In |
An Emmy-winning rapid-fire potpourri of sight gags, blackouts and one-liners that, and you could look it up in your Funk and Wagnalls, was one of the hottest and most influential shows of its era. `Sock it to me?' presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon uttered in 1968 in one of countless celebrity cameos woven into creator George Schlatter's collage of irreverent political satire and social commentary, which made stars of regulars including Lily Tomlin, Goldie Hawn, Judy Carne and Ruth Buzzi.
|8:00 PM||Through the Decades |
The 1950s through the 1990s are explored through pop culture stories and major world events.
|9:00 PM||The Dick Cavett Show |
|10:00 PM||The Dick Van Dyke Show |
Sally advertises for a husband on TV. Rose Marie, Dick Schaal, Bill Idelson.
|10:30 PM||The Dick Van Dyke Show |
Rob and Sally suspect Buddy of infidelity. Pippa Scott, Ed Peck, Morey Amsterdam.
|11:00 PM||The Lost Honeymooners |
The lost honeymooners are spotlighted.
|11:30 PM||Abbott and Costello |
Lou dabbles in politics.
|12:00 AM||Dark Shadows |
Ghosts, witches and werewolves populated this creepy daytime serial about Maine's Collins family, which included Barnabas, a nearly 200-year-old vampire who longed to be cured. The supernatural soap shifted between the present and the 18th century to tell its gothic tale. A prime-time revival mounted in 1991 possessed more special effects, sex and gore than its bare-bones original, but it never caught on and was buried by NBC in less than two months.
|12:30 AM||Vega$ |
Someone's trying to stop a former star's comeback. Ronee Blakley, Joseph Campanella, Eugene Roche, Johnny Seven, Robert Urich.
|1:30 AM||Hollywood Remembers |
Recalling the career of James Mason.
|2:00 AM||Hollywood Couples |
The relationship of Hollwyood stars Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner
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