1977 moves into a flock of flops, including a remake of a film starring a pink submarine.
We finally wrap up 1976 and move on to 1977, with four flops and a rare hit for NBC at the time.
We wrap up 1973’s sitcoms with three more fails.
It’s a 1972 milestone sitcom that lasted longer than the war did.
Three more of 1965’s sitcoms are heard from—and you’d have to be a dummkopf not to know the biggest one.
A triple shot of sitcoms wrap up 1964, followed by old west shenanigans.
It’s monsters and Marines as 1964’s sitcoms roll on.
Another set of 1964’s sitcoms are heard from, one of which is both ooky and spooky.
1964’s sitcoms continue with four flops, including No Time For Sergeants and Wendy and Me.
We finally wrap up 1962 with McHale’s Navy, and move into 1963.
We cover a foursome of forgotten sitcoms including Fair Exchange and Ensign O’Toole.
We continue the sitcoms of 1955, with two major entries—The Phil Silvers Show and The Honeymooners.
We wind up 1954 and move into 1955's sitcoms, including Honestly, Celeste and The Bob Cummings Show.