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The Krofft Supershow (1976)
ABC,

1976

| Music

Kaptain Kool and the Kongs (Superchick, Nashville, Turkey, and for the first season, Flatbush) were a colorful rock band who acted as hosts of this late-1970s weekly show. Besides introducing the various shows, Kaptain Kool and the Kongs would performs songs and participate in various skits. The first season featured episodes of Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, Dr. Shrinker, and Wonderbug. Initially, the show ran in a 90-minute timeslot with the final half-hour filled out with shortened The Lost Saucer reruns. Starting December 4, the show was cut back to an hour for the remainder of the run and The Lost Saucer reruns were dropped. During the second season, only Wonderbug stayed (with six new episodes and the remainer repeats from the previous season) while Magic Mongo and Bigfoot and Wildboy were added.


Laverne & Shirley in the Army (1981)
ABC,

1981

| Animation

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.


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.


Set For the Rest of Your Life

This thrilling, tension-fraught new game show gives contestants the chance to be "set for life." Each contestant must engage in two separate battles: one to determine the amount of a monthly check, the next to determine how long he or she will continue to receive that check.


Opportunity Knocks

Contestants on this ABC alternative game show are quizzed about their knowledge of their family members for cash prizes. Ashton Kutcher's production company is the force behind this alternative project.


The Trouble with Normal
ABC,

2000

| Comedy

The misadventures of four paranoid young men whose fear of urban conspiracy leads them to seek counseling in a therapy group run by therapist Claire Garletti.


C-16: FBI

This was a short-lived action/drama series about an FBI specialized criminal investigation unit in the Los Angeles FBI office. They are tough and get the job done, but they are also human and struggle with personal problems. C-16 was shown Saturday nights at 8 PM on ABC in 1997. Seven episodes were shown between September and November before ABC decided to cancel the show. However, fans of the show sent numerous letters and e-mails to ABC, which finally resulted in the six remaining unaired episodes being shown between May and July in 1998. These episodes were shown Thursday nights at 8 PM. The cast featured many good actors: Eric Roberts was John Olanksy, the head of the team.


Second Noah
ABC,

1996

| Drama, Family

An author and his zookeeper wife adopt eight children and numerous animals.


Camp Wilder
ABC,

1992

| Comedy

A single mother moves back home to care for her teenage brother and sister after the sudden death of their parents.


Room 222
ABC,

1969

| Comedy, Drama

The students and faculty of a typical urban high school confront contemporary social issues.