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1:30 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.
2:00 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.
2:30 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.
3:00 AMSilver Spoons 
A wealthy, carefree divorcé discovers that he's the father of a 12-year-old boy, who is naturally wise beyond his years. Rick Schroder, who spent the years following `Silver Spoons' living down the teen idol label that came with playing `The Rickster,' went on to major roles in 1989's `Lonesome Dove' and on `NYPD Blue' (as Det. Danny Sorenson).
3:30 AMThree'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.
4:00 AMSabrina, the Teenage Witch 
A half-mortal, half-witch teen copes with high school and her newfound powers in this charmer, for a time the crown jewel in ABC's 'TGIF' lineup. The series, which is based on the Archie Comics character, jumped from ABC to WB as the fifth season got underway with incoming college freshman Sabrina flying out of the nest to live closer to campus.
4:30 AMMork & Mindy 
The smash spin-off from a `Happy Days' episode about a wacky alien from the planet Ork and the sweet-natured woman who teaches him how to adapt on planet Earth. When the show launched in September 1978, it became an instant hit with its mix of frenetic comedy, sci-fi slapstick and a star-in-waiting (master of improv Robin Williams) in the lead. Multiple cast and time-slot changes---not to mention bizarre storylines like Jonathan Winters playing Mork's baby---ultimately alienated fans.
5:00 AMWelcome Back, Kotter 
An Emmy-nominated hit about a high-school teacher who returns to his Brooklyn alma mater, James Buchanan High, and is saddled with a class of misfits known as the Sweathogs. The series was based on the real-life experiences and stand-up of Gabe Kaplan, who was the show's cocreator. The theme song, written and performed by John Sebastian, topped the charts in 1976. The series was a star-making vehicle for John Travolta, who, during its run, did `Saturday Night Fever' and `Grease.'
5:30 AMThe Partridge Family 
A widow and her five children became a chart-topping singing group in this fan favorite, loosely based on the Cowsills, a popular '60s band. The Partridges were something of a music phenomenon in the early 1970s, with several of their songs becoming hits even though only two of the performers, Shirley Jones and her real-life stepson David Cassidy, actually did their own singing. Cassidy became a teen idol and top-selling recording star in his own right.
6:00 AMThe Joey Bishop Show 
The deadpan Rat Packer played an unmarried showbiz publicist in this sitcom's first season. But an overhaul of the show in the second year (with a title change to `The New Joey Bishop Show') turned the character into a married talk-show host and stand-up comedian. Celebrities appeared as themselves---guests on the fictional talk show. In its final season, the series moved to CBS, where it was broadcast in black and white (after being in color on NBC for three seasons).
6:30 AMThe Joey Bishop Show 
The deadpan Rat Packer played an unmarried showbiz publicist in this sitcom's first season. But an overhaul of the show in the second year (with a title change to `The New Joey Bishop Show') turned the character into a married talk-show host and stand-up comedian. Celebrities appeared as themselves---guests on the fictional talk show. In its final season, the series moved to CBS, where it was broadcast in black and white (after being in color on NBC for three seasons).
7:00 AMThe George Burns and Gracie Allen Show 
One of the most enduring, successful and beloved teams in show biz bring their act to television, with George playing the bemused, wryly exasperated, cigar-chomping straight man (who occasionally breaks the fourth wall by directly addressing viewers), while Gracie's zany sense of logic does the rest. After an eight-year run, CBS said `Goodnight, Gracie' in 1958.
7:30 AMThe George Burns and Gracie Allen Show 
One of the most enduring, successful and beloved teams in show biz bring their act to television, with George playing the bemused, wryly exasperated, cigar-chomping straight man (who occasionally breaks the fourth wall by directly addressing viewers), while Gracie's zany sense of logic does the rest. After an eight-year run, CBS said `Goodnight, Gracie' in 1958.
8:00 AMFather Knows Best 
Perhaps the quintessentially comforting '50s sitcom, about the Anderson family---rock-steady Jim, sensible wife Margaret, and their kids Betty, Bud and Kathy---in the Midwestern town of Springfield. The series was adapted from a radio program, also starring Robert Young, that began in 1949. When CBS canceled the show in 1955, fan protests led to NBC picking it up and nurturing it into a hit. In fact, repeats aired in prime time for three years after the production of its last original episode.
8:30 AMFather Knows Best 
Perhaps the quintessentially comforting '50s sitcom, about the Anderson family---rock-steady Jim, sensible wife Margaret, and their kids Betty, Bud and Kathy---in the Midwestern town of Springfield. The series was adapted from a radio program, also starring Robert Young, that began in 1949. When CBS canceled the show in 1955, fan protests led to NBC picking it up and nurturing it into a hit. In fact, repeats aired in prime time for three years after the production of its last original episode.
9:00 AMDennis the Menace 
Sitcom mischief with cartoonist Hank Ketcham's comic-strip terror who really didn't mean to do all those things that drove Mr. Wilson crazy. Joseph Kearns, who played Mr. Wilson, died midway through the 1961-62 season. He was replaced by Gale Gordon as Mr. Wilson's brother, John, who moved into his brother's house (with his own wife, played by Sara Seeger), giving Dennis another Mr. Wilson to torment.
9:30 AMDennis the Menace 
Sitcom mischief with cartoonist Hank Ketcham's comic-strip terror who really didn't mean to do all those things that drove Mr. Wilson crazy. Joseph Kearns, who played Mr. Wilson, died midway through the 1961-62 season. He was replaced by Gale Gordon as Mr. Wilson's brother, John, who moved into his brother's house (with his own wife, played by Sara Seeger), giving Dennis another Mr. Wilson to torment.
10:00 AMHazel 
Stage and screen star Shirley Booth cleaned up with two Emmys for the title role of a busybody maid, based on the `Saturday Evening Post' cartoons by Ted Key. Hazel may have officially been the Baxters' housekeeper, but she ran that house much more adeptly than the often-flummoxed George ran his successful law career. When `Hazel' moved over to CBS, Booth's character also relocated, going to live with the family of George's brother.
10:30 AMHazel 
Stage and screen star Shirley Booth cleaned up with two Emmys for the title role of a busybody maid, based on the `Saturday Evening Post' cartoons by Ted Key. Hazel may have officially been the Baxters' housekeeper, but she ran that house much more adeptly than the often-flummoxed George ran his successful law career. When `Hazel' moved over to CBS, Booth's character also relocated, going to live with the family of George's brother.
11:00 AMThat Girl 
A perky aspiring actress tries to start a career in New York, getting encouragement from her boyfriend, Don, and her family. For many young women, Ann Marie was an independent role model for the times (the late '60s) for having left the nest in pursuit of a career. She also inspired trends in fashion with her flipped-up hairdo and cute, mod clothes. Marlo Thomas received Emmy nominations in four of its five seasons. The show was created by Bill Persky and Sam Denoff (`The Dick Van Dyke Show').
11:30 AMThat Girl 
A perky aspiring actress tries to start a career in New York, getting encouragement from her boyfriend, Don, and her family. For many young women, Ann Marie was an independent role model for the times (the late '60s) for having left the nest in pursuit of a career. She also inspired trends in fashion with her flipped-up hairdo and cute, mod clothes. Marlo Thomas received Emmy nominations in four of its five seasons. The show was created by Bill Persky and Sam Denoff (`The Dick Van Dyke Show').
12:00 PMI Dream of Jeannie 
Playful, popular sitcom about astronaut Tony Nelson and the sexy genie he releases from a bottle. In the blink of an eye, she claims him as her `master.' At first they lived together platonically (while Jeannie of course complicated his life), but the pair got married toward the end of the series' run. The network insisted that Barbara Eden's navel never be shown, despite an already fairly revealing harem costume. The show was created and executive produced by Sidney Sheldon.
12:30 PMI Dream of Jeannie 
Playful, popular sitcom about astronaut Tony Nelson and the sexy genie he releases from a bottle. In the blink of an eye, she claims him as her `master.' At first they lived together platonically (while Jeannie of course complicated his life), but the pair got married toward the end of the series' run. The network insisted that Barbara Eden's navel never be shown, despite an already fairly revealing harem costume. The show was created and executive produced by Sidney Sheldon.
1:00 PMBewitched 
An enchanting sitcom about beautiful, nose-twitching witch Samantha Stevens, who moves to the suburbs to be with her strait-laced mortal husband, Darrin. The series became a critical and popular success after premiering on ABC in 1964, went on to win a number of Emmys and became one of the longest-running sitcoms in ABC history. The premise was retooled for the 1977-78 spin-off `Tabitha,' which centered on the Stevens' daughter and starred Lisa Hartman and Robert Urich.
1:30 PMBewitched 
An enchanting sitcom about beautiful, nose-twitching witch Samantha Stevens, who moves to the suburbs to be with her strait-laced mortal husband, Darrin. The series became a critical and popular success after premiering on ABC in 1964, went on to win a number of Emmys and became one of the longest-running sitcoms in ABC history. The premise was retooled for the 1977-78 spin-off `Tabitha,' which centered on the Stevens' daughter and starred Lisa Hartman and Robert Urich.

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