You missed the television career of Denny Terrio. So no, you didn't miss a thing.
You missed the brilliant shining supernova that was my beloved fiance Cory Monteith.
Nope. Just a meth dealer, a fat yellow moron and four old ladies obsessed with sex.
Never saw Mary Hartman, but when I read clergy were incorporating that show into their sermons, it felt like a good time to quit.
"Eight is Enough" premiered in 1977, so you were never familiar with Diana Hyland, the love of my life.
I didn't start watching until 1988, but a lot of people talk about this guy named Mr. Brady, who was fond of saying "Wherever you go, there you are."
You missed the finale of "Newhart." And it was on YOUR NETWORK!
OP: You're missing your audience. They're moving to cable TV and streaming because the shows there have better writing and acting. When executives interfere with the creative process, it usually shows.
You're also missing the ability to record shows and watch them whenever you want.
Don't forget less episodes R9. A year or two wait for ten episodes can grate your nerves, brilliance or not.
And there's really no excuse not to be up on your game if you're pumping out less.
James turned 16!
You missed my death scene, which really should have won me an Emmy.
Nothing good appeared until from the advent of the medium until 1981, and then everything went back to sleep again for about 15 years, at which time TV was finally worth watching.
From the meagerness of the responses, everyone can see why I stopped watching TV in 1976.
BTW, my proudest accomplishment was sabotaging "The Judy Garland Show." That's one reason why I'm burning in Hell, along with my stupid programming on CBS during the '60s.
Mary got fired from WJM!!!!
You only know HAPPY DAYS without Chachi Arcola for which you can be glad.
I played a homosexual but no one was allowed to mention the word or even hint about it. The producers made we wear wrist splints.
[quote]Nope. Just a meth dealer, a fat yellow moron and four old ladies obsessed with sex.
I can't figure out who the "fat yellow moron" is.
The TV movie "The New, Original, Wonder Woman" aired in November 1975. It became a series.
Women in power bacame a theme. Did you see Charlie's Angels or The Bionic Woman or any shows then?
[quote]I can't figure out who the "fat yellow moron" is.
well, you missed the basis for the term "jumping the shark" when Fonzie tries this on Happy Days on September 20, 1977.
you're missing nothing because you're probably living your own life instead of watching other people live theirs.
Maude finally became a Congresswoman. And then she died.
R2: I had completely forgot about Denny Terrio!
What was the deal with his sexual harrassment suite against Merv Griffin?