"Jack Burns appeared in the first episode of Season 2 of The Partridge Family, "Dora, Dora, Dora". And not a "huh huh' to be heard. He's actually very different from the Warren character, for the brief time he's on…"
"Elinor Donahue appeared in a season one episode of Diff'rent Strokes "The Woman", playing a woman who was going to marry Phillip Drummond (Conrad Bain), but she wants to send the children to boarding schools, so the marriage is off.…"
"A future TAGS director and a future TAGS star. Richard Crenna and Elinor Donahue in the Father Knows Best episode "Promising Young Man" from 1956. Although when he started directing, she was long gone."
"A Case Of A Punch In The Nose is one episode I could do without, and that's a B&W one. Barney's relentlessness and stubborness at not letting the old matter drop not only gets on Andy's nerves but mine as well. There's…"
"I'm a fairly new member from Australia, I would like to donate money but our money here isn't worth much. I would like to donate about $AU20, but that's only about $US1 to $US5, or something like that, it might be a bit more than that…"
"In the Season 8 episode "Emmett's Anniversary", Emmett wants to buy his wife a fur coat for their 25th wedding anniversary which costs $1,800, even with 40% off. Then a cheaper one for $1,100, then another for $850. At first he says…"
"Elinor Donahue from the 1960 Season 2 Dennis The Menace episode "The Wedding". I assume she most likely did this between Father Knows Best and The Andy Griffith Show. She was playing the niece of Mr & Mrs Wilson who was getting…"
"Jack Dodson played Ralph Malph's father (Mickey Malph) in Happy Days on three occasions. He was an optometrist that in this episode was going to prescribe glasses for Fonzie (very uncool). This is from the Season 3 episode, Sight For Sore Eyes."
"Charles Lane (Mr Frisby from TAGS) and Maudie Prickett (Aunt Nora & Mrs Larch from TAGS) appeared in Episode 12 of Get Smart (My Nephew The Spy) as Max's aunt and uncle. Ironically this episode was directed by Bruce Bilson, earlier…"
"Denver Pyle (Briscoe Darling) appeared in a 1963 episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show (Uncle George) playing Rob's over-enthusiastic uncle who's looking for a wife. Appearing in the same episode was Bill Idelson (at far left), writer of 19…"
"Howard Morris appeared in a 1963 episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show (The Masterpiece) playing an antiques expert, about as far removed from Ernest T Bass as you could get, although he was still a touch eccentric."
"By-and-large the black-and-white episodes are probably better in general, one reason was the show was fresher and also Don Knotts leaving left a big hole that was never filled. But there are good and not-so-good B&W episodes plus good and…"