Plastic Family (1979)
"Plastic Family" was a segment of "The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show" cartoon that ran from 1979 - 1981. The other segments included "Plastic Man," "Baby Plas," "Mighty Man and Yukk," "Fangface and Fangpuss" and "Rickety Rocket."
Wendy and Me
George Burns buys an apartment building in Southern California with Mr. Bundy as the building superintendent. Jeff and Wendy Conway are husband and wife tenants; he is an airline pilot and she is a ditz. Jeff's co-pilot is Danny Adams, a young, single, girl-chasing man who is proud of his red and black "little books." George follows Wendy around all day commenting on her activities; she was really a replacement for Gracie Allen who had retired.
The Bourne Identity
Richard Chamberlain stars as an amnesiac trying to piece together fragments of his memory that reveal he's either a U.S. espionage agent or an international terrorist? Aided by Marie St. Jacques - a the kidnap victim who falls in love with her captor - the two traverse Europe trying to piece together his past while trying to escape a spy network out to assassinate this mystery man.
Laverne & Shirley in the Army (1981)
The series, set at Camp Fillmore, follows the comedic antics of roommates Laverne DeFazio and Shirley Feeney as privates with the U.S. Army. They wind up getting involved in clandestine escapades with their immediate superior, a pig named Sgt. Squealy, always threatening to report them to his superior, Sgt. Turnbuckle.
A television adaptation of the Stephen King novel that follows a recovering alcoholic professor. He ends up taking a job as a winter caretaker for a remote Colorado hotel which he seeks as an opportunity to finish a piece of work. With his wife and son with him, the caretaker settles in, only to see visions of the hotel's long deceased employees and guests. With evil intentions, they manipulate him into his dark side which takes a toll on him and his family.
Rubik, the Amazing Cube (1983)
After hitting a bump on the road, a magician's stagecoach drops a crate containing a magical Rubik's Cube, which is magically animated and speaks. Three children find and take care of it.
But trouble stirs up when the magician finds out that his magical Rubik's Cube is missing. He decides that there is only one way to get back Rubik. And that is to steal the cube from the kids. But the children (and Rubik) always foils the magician's plans. Rubik has magical abilities, such as flight, when his cube colors are aligned.
Mighty Orbots (1984)
A mild mannered human youth secretly leads a squad of uniquely designed robots in the defence of Earth.
Turbo Teen (1984)
The series is about a teenager named Brett Matthews who swerves off a road during a thunderstorm and crashes into a secret government laboratory. There, he and his red sports car are accidentally exposed to a molecular beam invented by a scientist named Dr. Chase for a government agent named Cardwell. Man and machine become fused together and as a result, Brett gains the ability to morph into the car when exposed to extreme heat and revert back into his human form when exposed to extreme cold. With this new super hero power, Brett and his friends; Patti, (a freelance reporter), mechanic Alex, (who calls Brett, "TT"), and Brett's dog Rusty, go on crime-fighting adventures together and solve other mysteries.
Pound Puppies (1986)
Pound Puppies cartoon was inspired by the Tonka Toys line and centers on 11-year old Holly and her dog friends Cooler, Whopper, Nose Marie, and Howler at the Wagga Wagga Pound who work hard to find happy homes for dogs. They are opposed by Brattina and Katrina, along with Catgut and Nabbit.
The series began with a one-hour special in 1985 on ABC. The Pound Puppies consisted of 13 episodes, aired Saturday mornings on ABC. It was followed by The All-New Pound Puppies in 1987.
Greg Behrendt's Wake-Up Call
Greg Behrendt, author of He's Just Not That Into You, guides one couple through their complicated relationship issues in this one-hour alternative series.