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No, not those Waltons. We're going to feature a few Sears Waltons in the Chicago area. The Sears Walton is a Craftsman bungalow. It has six rooms and about 1200 square feet. It's recognized by its wraparound porch, the bump-out in the dining room, and the double windows in the front covered by a shed roof. Sometimes you'll see a Walton with the original railings that have the rectangular pattern. The Walton has three bedrooms and is a very sunny house due to its large windows. Sears Walton…

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Different Strokes TV Show 1978-86  Charlotte Rae, Conrad Bain, Gary Coleman, Todd Bridges, Dana Plato

Conrad Bain, who died Monday at age 89, called the "glue" of a cast marked by the troubles of its child stars, Gary Coleman, Dana Plato and Todd Bridges

Dad introduced me to "Welcome Back, Kotter" He would get such a kick out of it every time Horshack raised his hand. RIP Horshack. Thanks for making Dad and I laugh! <3

All of the castmembers of the hit '70s sitcom will appear at next months' TV Land Awards, along with a certain group of ladies from another popular program


Hill Street Blues still stands the test of time. I just streamed the entire series on HULU during the holidays. No cell phones or computers to be found but they weren't needed. They used payphones a lot! Great show from the 1980s and older folks remember and young folks will dig it too...Check it out.. and Let's Be Careful Out There On this day in 1981, Hill Street Blues, television’s landmark cops-and-robbers drama, debuts on NBC. When the series first appeared, the police show had largely…

1978, The Incredible Hulk...Bill Bixby as Dr. David Banner and Lou Ferrigno The song that played during the end credits was so sad. The Lonely Man (Closing Song)

I can't believe it's been three years since I last did a "TV Comix" segment on this blog. To make up for it, I have a pretty big deal from 1979 in the form of the Incredble Hulk. Put on your purple pants and join me after the jump: British Annuals are always a good source for TV based comic strips for shows that didn't get comics. Whether it's TV Planet of the Apes, Logan's Run or Manimal, sometimes the only comic strips they ever got were between the hard cover of these fun publications…

1980s TV: Fame... Yeah it didn't live forever, but it was good while it lasted!

Tim Lusher: The small screen takes a trip back to the 1980s this month, with dramas about Boy George, the day of Charles and Diana's wedding, an adaptation of Martin Amis's Money and the finale of Ashes to Ashes. But which are the most memorable shows of that decade?

Saved By The Bell: Soundtrack To The Original Hit TV Series | 12 Soundtracks To '90s Kids TV Shows You Might Not Know Exist

Year released: 1990Choice track: The theme song to DuckTales, obviously. The album not only feature's the theme songs to classic Disney Afternoon show’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears, DuckTales, Chip 'n Dale's Rescue Rangers, and TaleSpin. But also brand new original songs, that ensured parents would be driven crazy in the car on both short and long drives,