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3:30 PMThe Facts of Life 
A long-running `Diff'rent Strokes' spin-off set at a girls boarding school, with the Drummond's former housekeeper, Mrs. Garrett, now a housemother. The venues for her charges' escapades moved off-campus in later years when Mrs. Garrett opened a series of eateries in town, but her core group of young women remained largely unchanged.
4:00 PMDiff'rent Strokes 
A long-running sitcom about Park Avenue millionaire who adopts two Harlem orphans after the death of their housekeeper mother.
4:30 PMDiff'rent Strokes 
A long-running sitcom about Park Avenue millionaire who adopts two Harlem orphans after the death of their housekeeper mother.
5:00 PM227 
A sitcom about a busybody in a Washington, D.C., tenement, her family and assorted neighbors. The show was based on the play `227,' which featured series star Marla Gibbs.
5:30 PMGimme a Break! 
A feisty housekeeper named Nell helps a widowed police chief raise his three daughters in a sassy sitcom that mocked stereotypes by showing a loving relationship between a black woman and a white family. Over time the household residents changed and the location shifted from California to New York, but Nell was constant, always there to dispense wisecracks and wisdom.
6:00 PMBenson 
Butler Benson carries his mordant wit over to a new job in this `Soap' spin-off, working for a widowed governor with a precocious daughter. The sitcom ran for seven seasons. Robert Guillaume was nominated for an Emmy in five of them and won for the 1984-85 season. He also won a Supporting Emmy in the role in `Soap' the season before `Benson' debuted. In the 1980-81 season, Jerry Seinfeld was featured in some episodes as Frankie.
6:30 PMBarney Miller 
New York's finest make for one of sitcom's finest in this Emmy-winning ensemble show. The series was set in the 12th Precinct in Greenwich Village, where a vibe of sometimes edgy, sometimes joyous but always entertaining claustrophobia ruled. Hal Linden's title character, like Andy Griffith's Andy Taylor and Judd Hirsch's Alex Rieger, played the classic straight man amid a host of eccentrics.
7:00 PMArchie Bunker's Place 
`All in the Family' evolved into this series in 1979, with Archie now a widower and the proprietor of his own neighborhood bar.
7:30 PMAlice 
The durable sitcom about a single mom who slings hash at Mel's Diner is based on the 1974 movie `Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore' and ran for nine seasons. The spinoff series `Flo,' with Polly Holliday, ran from 1980-81.
8:00 PMIt's a Living 
The personal and professional lives of a group of spirited waitresses and their no-nonsense boss working in a swanky Los Angeles restaurant. In its second season, the title was changed to `Making a Living.' ABC canceled the show in 1982, but three years later, it reappeared in syndication, once again titled `It's a Living,' and lived for four more years.
8:30 PMThree's Company 
A man shares an apartment with two women and pretends to be gay so the landlord won't kick him out in this popular bedroom farce.
9:00 PMFamily Ties 
Former 1960s flower children raise their kids during the conservative Reagan era in one of the best written and acted family sitcoms of the 1980s, a show that occasionally tackled serious issues such as racism and a parent's heart attack. Michael J. Fox won three consecutive Emmys for his portrayal of Alex, the suit-and-tie Republican student who adores William F. Buckley Jr. and devours the Wall Street Journal. Fox later married costar Tracy Pollan, who appeared as his college girlfriend.
9:30 PMGrowing Pains 
Easy-to-take sitcom about a mild-mannered psychiatrist keeping an eye on his precocious kids from his home office while his wife is off at work as a reporter. Belying its innocent appearance, `Pains' did occasionally address teen social issues, but mostly it stuck to the Seaver kids' growing pains (and the youngest, Chrissy, literally shot up: growing from toddler to 6-year-old in two seasons). Leonardo DiCaprio (then 16) joined the cast in the final season as a homeless teenager.
10:00 PMDesigning Women 
Savvy single women run Sugarbakers, an Atlanta decorating business, in this saucy sitcom with feminist sensibilities, which also endured its share of tabloid notoriety (thanks in some measure to Delta Burke's fluctuating weight and her departure from the series in 1991). Created by Harry Thomason and Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, the series garnered 11 Emmy nominations.
10:30 PMMurphy Brown 
Diane English's hit sitcom about the brassy star reporter for a TV newsmagazine and her coworkers. Based in Washington, D.C., Murphy is mouthy, driven, assured and frequently politically incorrect. She also has a real problem holding on to secretaries (going through 93 of them during the Emmy-winning show's 10-season run). In 1992, Murph ran into criticism from Dan Quayle (and scored loads of free publicity) when the vice president slammed the working single mom's `alternative lifestyle.'
11:00 PMJohnny Carson 
Reruns of the popular late-night talk show that ran from 1962-92 and featured guests, stand-up comedians and musical performances.
12:00 AMCoach 
A sturdy sitcom about brash football coach Hayden Fox, who began with the Minnesota State Screaming Eagles when the series kicked off in 1989 and switched to the professional Orlando Breakers in '95. Hayden also made the leap to marriage in that time, saying `I do' to steady squeeze Christine.
12:30 AMNewsRadio 
A sharp cast buoyed this underrated comedy about the staff at an all-news radio station in New York City. A midseason offering, it was moved 11 times during its four-year run, which sometimes made it difficult for viewers to find the show, and is likely why it always seemed to be on the brink of cancellation. In May 1998, actor Phil Hartman was murdered, and was replaced in the cast by Jon Lovitz, another alum of `Saturday Night Live.'
1:00 AMBecker 
The rants of a grumpy Bronx physician mask a softer side, which he---only occasionally---displays to his patients. Not so lucky are his office staff and the folks he meets regularly at a local diner. This was Ted Danson's second sitcom in two years on the network. (His newspaper comedy 'Ink' flopped during the 1996-97 season.)
1:30 AMDear John 
A recently divorced New York teacher joins a lonely-hearts club after his wife leaves him for his best friend. At the `One-to-One Club,' a support group for singles, John Lacey consoles and consorts with his lovelorn compatriots. The sitcom was based on a BBC series.
2:00 AMWings 
Sensible Joe Hackett and his fun-loving brother, Brian, run a one-plane airline in this folksy ensemble sitcom. Their mutual friend (and on-again, off-again love interest for Joe) is Helen, who works the lunch counter while dreaming of being a cellist. Among their quirky coworkers: a dim-bulb maintenance man and Tony Shalhoub's Italian-immigrant cabbie. The series was produced by the same folks responsible for 'Cheers' and had a nice seven-year run.
2:30 AMHead of the Class 
A savvy substitute teacher imparts life lessons to honors students at a Manhattan high school. Although they were overachievers in the classroom, this diverse group had much to learn about growing up. The instructor, Mr. Moore, was replaced by the equally hip but more manic Mr. MacGregor in the final season.
3:00 AMThe Hogan Family 
Genial tales of a family with three boys that had a less-than-genial transformation involving three titles. It was originally `Valerie,' but that had to go when star Valerie Harper left in 1987 amid a dispute with the producers. Next, it was `Valerie's Family,' before taking its final title in '88. Harper's character dies, and the brood is raised by her sister, Sandy. And while plotlines were often light, it did tackle, quite bluntly, AIDS, which is contracted by recurring character Rich.
3:30 AMMy Two Dads 
A 12-year-old girl is being raised by two buddies who were both once in love with her late mother. One of them is actually the girl's father, but they don't know which one.

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