Television

The Most Prolific Television Show Creators of All Time

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  1. David E Kelly- Picket Fences, Chicago Hope, The Practice, Ally McBeal, Boston Public, Boston Legal and Harry's Law
  2. Hanna and Barbara- The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound
  3. Merv Griffin=Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, Click, Crosswords, Chuck Lorre- Grace Under Fire, Cybill, Dharma & Greg, Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory; executive producer of Roseanne and Mike and Molly
  4. Gerry Marshall- Happy Days, The Odd Couple, Laverne & Shirley, Mork and Mindy, Joanie Loves Chachi, Me and the Chimp
  5. Sherwood Schwartz-Gilligan's Island, The Brady Bunch, It's About Time, Dusty'

Movies & Shows to buy

  1. 9 Songs (2004)
  2. 24 City (2010)
  3. Agaton & Mindy
  4. Alice, Sweet Alice
  5. Aliens, Dragons, Monsters, and Me (2005)
  6. All About Anna (2005)
  7. Anatomie de l'enfer (Anatomy of Hell) (2004)
  8. Angel of Evil
  9. Animal World (1956) or (Black Scorpion)
  10. Appleseed XIII: Tartaros & Ouranos
  11. Baby Angelo
  12. Bal (honey)
  13. Baise-moi (2000)
  14. Battle of the Damned
  15. Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953)
  16. The Black Cat (original)
  17. Black Sunday
  18. Blackboards (2003)
  19. Blissfully Yours
  20. Blood & Black Lace
  21. Bol (2011)
  22. Breath (2007)
  23. The Brood
  24. Cape Fear (original)
  25. Chac: The Rain God
  26. Chang: A Drama of the Wilderness
  27. The Changeling
  28. C

MEDIA LOG 2012

2012 TV Log

  1. The 25th Anniversary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert (2009; Joel Gallen) 11/16
  2. Band of Brothers (2001; David Frankel, Mikael Salomon) 8/26
  3. Bee Gees: In Our Own Time (2010; Skot Bright) 11/16
  4. Clinton (2012; Barak Goodman) 2/26
  5. Deck the Halls (2011; Ron Underwood) 1/4
  6. Frank Lloyd Wright (1998; Ken Burns, Lynn Novick) 4/29
  7. Glass: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts (2007; Scott Hicks) 5/1
  8. The Homecoming: A Christmas Story (1971; Fielder Cook) 12/29
  9. The House on Garibaldi Street (1979; Peter Collinson) 7/15
  10. Inside the White House (1995; John B.

The Most Momentous World Events to be Captured on TV

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  1. September 11th
  2. Berlin Wall Falls
  3. Man on the Moon
  4. JFK Assassination
  5. Tiananman Square
  6. Challenger Explodes
  7. The Kennedy-Nixon debate
  8. Rodney King
  9. Operation Shock and Awe
  10. The Iranian Riots of 2009
  11. OJ Chase/Trial
  12. Ruby shoots and kills Oswald
  13. Reagan assassination attempt
  14. Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana

The Most Sensationalized Trials of the TV Era

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  1. OJ Simpson
  2. Clinton Impeachment
  3. Michael Jackson
  4. Amanda Knox
  5. Menendez Brothers
  6. Casey Anthony
  7. Scott Peterson
  8. Ted Bundy
  9. Louise Woodward
  10. Phil Spector
  11. Conrad Murray
  12. Duke Lacrosse
  13. Soon to be: George Zimmerman

Firefly RANKED

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  3. Objects in Space. Joss Whedon (Joss Whedon). December 13, 2002.
  4. The R Tam Sessions. Joss Whedon (Joss Whedon). August 16-September 5, 2005
  5. Serenity (pilot). Joss Whedon (Joss Whedon). December 20, 2002.
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  7. Out of Gas. David Solomon (Tim Minear). October 25, 2002.
  8. Heart of Gold. Thomas J Wright (Brett Matthews). August 19, 2003.
  9. Shindig. Vern Gillum (Jane Espenson). November 1, 2002.
  10. Safe.

Episodes of Doctor Who

  • Missing episodes are in italics
  • Watched (or listened to, in the case of missing video) episodes are highlighted
  • (A lot of helpful information was found at tardis.wikia.com.)
  • Season One

  • (First Doctor) The Unearthly Child
  • The Unearthly Child (Episode 1)
  • The Cave of Skulls (Episode 2)
  • The Forest of Fear (Episode 3)
  • The Firemaker (Episode 4)
  • (First Doctor) The Daleks
  • The Dead Planet (Episode 1)
  • The Survivors (Episode 2)
  • The Escape (Episode 3)
  • The Ambush (Episode 4)
  • The Expedition (Episode 5)
  • The Ordeal (Episode 6)
  • The Rescue (Episode 7)
  • (F

The Greatest Newscasters in TV History

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  1. Walter Cronkite
  2. Tom Brokaw
  3. Edward R Murrow
  4. Dan Rather
  5. Peter Jennings
  6. Ted Koppell
  7. BIll O'Reilly-not a fan but undeniably influential
  8. Brian Williams
  9. Wolf Blitzer

TV Moments that Pushed the Envelope of Acceptability

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  1. Elvis' third Ed Sullivan Appearance
  2. Jerry Springer Debuts
  3. Wardrobe Malfunction
  4. Mary Kay and Johnny Share are the first couple to appear in the same bed
  5. Archie Bunker arrives
  6. Ellen comes out
  7. Maude's Dilemma
  8. Brawl on the The Giraldo Rivera Show
  9. South Park's almost shows Muhammad
  10. Dennis Franz shows his butt on NYPD Blue
  11. Seinfeld's The Contest
  12. Bra Commercial
  13. Oz