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Mrs. Columbo

Mrs. Columbo logoKate Columbo, the wife of famed L.A.P.D. detective Philip Columbo, is a mother and works as a journalist for Josh Alden, the publisher of the Weekly Advertiser in San Fernando, California. Stories follow Kate as she uses her amateur sleuthing abilities to solve crimes. The second season was rebranded as "Kate Loves a Mystery"

Mutual Of Omaha's Wild Kingdom

Mutual Of Omaha's Wild Kingdom logoWelcome to the Mutual Of Omaha's Wild Kingdom guide at TV Tome. There is no editor for this show. If you would like to be the editor look here for details. Show Type: Wildlife/Nature Broadcast History NBC - 19631971 First-run syndication - 19711988 Animal Planet - 2002

My Friend Tony

My Friend Tony logoWelcome to the My Friend Tony guide at TV Tome.

My Mother the Car

My Mother the Car logoShow Type: Situation Comedy First Telecast: September 14, 1965 Last Telecast: September 6, 1966 Episodes: 30 B&W?/Color Episodes Theme Song: "My Mother the Car" Written by: Paul Hampton Sung by: Paul Hampton (Scroll down for the lyrics) My Mother the Car may very well be known as the most notorious short-lived sitcom of all time and it's solely due to it's premise, a talking car. The series was first seen in September of 1965 on NBC and joined the ranks of other "fantasy" driven sitcoms of the time, including Bewitched, I Dream of Jeannie, Gilligan's Island, and Mister Ed, to name a few. The pilot episode introduces us to the world of Dave Crabtree. Dave is your ordinary family man, married to wife Barbara and they have two children, Randy and Cindy. However, it's when he purchas...

My Name Is Earl

My Name Is Earl logoEarl Hickey's life has been full of poor choices and mistakes, and upon discovering that he is the holder of a winning lottery ticket, Earl is hit by a car and the ticket blows out of his hand as he lies unconscious in the street. While recovering in the hospital and watching television, Earl has a karmic epiphany, thanks to Carson Daly, who attributes his success to doing good for others. A light bulb goes on in Earl's dim head, and he sets out to right every wrong he has done, starting with a geek he tormented in grade school.

My Own Worst Enemy

My Own Worst Enemy logoHenry Spivey, an efficiency expert, lives a typical suburban life, right down to the wife, two kids, dog, and minivan. In contrast, Edward Albright is a lethal, multilingual operative. It would seem the two men have nothing in common -- except for the fact that they inhabit the same body. When each personality finds himself out of his element, things go awry.

My Two Dads

My Two Dads logoMy Two Dads began airing in the fall of 1987 on NBC Sunday nights at 8pm. The sitcom starred Greg Evigan and Paul Reiser, who later starred in the acclaimed TV comedy "Mad About You". The two played lifelong friends, Joey Harris and Michael Taylor resepectively.  Rounding out the star cast ensemble was newcomer Staci Keanan (real name: Anastasia Sagorsky) in her first ever starring role playing Nicole Bradford, the possible daughter of one of the dads. A long time ago, Joey and Michael were seeing the same woman, Marcia Bradford.  Soon, Maricia was pregnant with Nicole but died shortly after giving birth.  Unable to determine who the father was, both Michael and Joey were appointed Nicole's legal guardians. First Broadcast: September 4, 1987 Last Broadcast: June 28, 1990 Episodes: 60 Co...

My World and Welcome to It

My World and Welcome to It logoMy World and Welcome to It was a half-hour situation comedy based on the writings of humorist and cartoonist James Thurber, and episodes of the show incorporated stories and cartoons by Thurber. The show used a combination of live action and animation to represent the world of John Monroe, like Thurber a writer and cartoonist, who worked for The Manhattanite, a magazine very much like The New Yorker, for which Thurber wrote and illustrated for many years. All the animation was based on Thurber's drawings, including the show's opening credits. <P> John Monroe had to contend with his hot-tempered, often obtuse boss, Manhattanite editor Hamilton Greeley, who usually found John's cartoons incomprehensible. (Greeley was loosely based on New Yorker editor Harold Ross.) Fortunately for ...

Nashville Star

Nashville Star logoThe "American Idol" for aspiring country artists shifts from USA Network to NBC, as a group of hopefuls vies for a major recording contract with the Warner Bros. Nashville label, along with a bonus that's a very big deal: performing on the world's stage at the Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China.
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