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  • 60 MINUTES {BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD; FINGERED; FIDEL CASTRO'S HEALTH PLAN} (TV)

    (August 14, 1994)

    One in this series of news magazine programs. In the first segment, Lesley Stahl reports on BlueCross BlueShield. Senator Sam Nunn (D-Georgia) is interviewed, and he explains how this nominally nonprofit enterprise is more like a lucrative business passing...

  • JUDGING AMY: PILOT {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 19, 1999)

    The pilot episode in this drama about Amy Gray, a single mother who moves back home with her mother to take a job as a superior court judge in Hartford, Connecticut. She must balance her workload with family life, including the joys and trials of dealing w...

  • STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES: JOURNEY TO BABEL (TV)

    (November 17, 1967)

    One in the series of science fiction programs about the voyages of the U.S.S. Enterprise. In this episode, the Enterprise transports various ambassadors to the Babel Conference to discuss the addition of Coridan to the Federation. When Vulcan dignitaries a...

  • SEX AND THE CITY: BOY, GIRL, BOY, GIRL . . . (TV)

    (June 25, 2000)

    One in this comedy series about Carrie Bradshaw, a single Manhattanite who writes a popular sex-advice column for a newspaper while dishing out dating advice and dirt with her three closest friends. In this episode, Carrie is thrown off when she finds out ...

  • SEX AND THE CITY: POLITICALLY ERECT (TV)

    (June 11, 2000)

    One in this comedy series about Carrie Bradshaw, a single Manhattanite who writes a popular sex-advice column for a newspaper while dishing out dating advice and dirt with her three closest friends. In this episode, Carrie finds herself in a moral quandary...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: THE LEGACY OF JIM HENSON: MUPPETS FOREVER, PACKAGE 8: YOUR HOST, KERMIT

    (2001)

    For thirty-five years Jim Henson brought wit and imagination to the art of presenting puppetry on television. He created a singular world of characters -- the Muppets -- that he inventively expanded from a small core of friends to a multitude of families....

  • BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER: HUSH (TV)

    (December 10, 1999)

    One in this series about a teenage vampire slayer named Buffy and her colleagues, who fight an unending battle against the undead. This episode begins with a surreal dream sequence in which Buffy fantasizes about her new teaching assistant, Riley Finn. Alt...

  • SEX AND THE CITY: ARE WE SLUTS? (TV)

    (July 16, 2000)

    One in this comedy series about Carrie Bradshaw, a single Manhattanite who writes a popular sex-advice column for a newspaper while dishing out dating advice and dirt with her three closest friends. In this episode, Carrie is baffled by her latest beau, fu...

  • UNDECLARED: HELL WEEK (TV)

    (December 18, 2001)

    The second of two programs on this tape. One in this comedy series about a group of six college friends working out the challenges of life at the University of Northeastern California. In this episode, Steven is being ruthlessly hazed by the Theta Delta Ze...

  • UNDECLARED: RUSH AND PLEDGE (TV)

    (December 11, 2001)

    The first of two programs on this tape. One in this comedy series about a group of six college friends working out the challenges of life at the University of Northeastern California. In this episode, Hal introduces Steven to his old college buddy and frat...

  • DAWSON'S CREEK: PILOT {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (January 20, 1998)

    The pilot in this series about the romantic exploits of Dawson Leery and his friends in coastal Massachusetts. This episode introduces wholesome film buff Dawson Leery and his best friend Josephine "Joey" Potter, who has lately become uncomfortable with th...

  • EVENING SHADE: FIRST HEROES {THIRD SEASON PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 21, 1992)

    One in this comedy series about Wood Newton, a former pro football star who returns to his rural hometown in Arkansas to coach the high school football team. In this episode, the third season premiere, the hundred-year-old Farmers Mercantile store once own...

  • EVENING SHADE: THE WOOD WHO STOLE CHRISTMAS (TV)

    (December 17, 1990)

    One in this comedy series about Wood Newton, a former pro football star who returns to his rural hometown in Arkansas to coach the high school football team. In this episode, Wood find himself growing tired of his children's supercilious attitude toward Ch...

  • RELATIVITY: HEARTS AND BONES {SERIES FINALE} (TV)

    (April 14, 1997)

    One in this series of dramas, set in Los Angeles, about the romantic tribulations of two twentysomethings, Isabel and Leo, who are from very different backgrounds. As the episode opens, Isabel has moved out of Leo's apartment and back in with her parents, ...

  • DAYTIME TO REMEMBER, A: ALL MY CHILDREN {WHO KILLED WILL CORTLANDT? PT. 1 OF 2} (TV)

    (April 17, 1997)

    One in this series of nine programs that features edited versions of classic episodes of soap operas, including "All My Children," "One Life to Live," and "General Hospital." Hosted by Reba McEntire, this program features scenes from a 1992 episode of "Al...

  • LOIS & CLARK {LOIS AND CLARK}: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN: THE FAMILY HOUR {SERIES FINALE} (TV)

    (June 14, 1997)

    One in this fantasy adventure series chronicling the exploits of newspaper reporters Lois Lane and Clark Kent (a.k.a. Superman). In this episode, Lois and Clark explore their options for having children, and Dr. Fat Head Mensa is released from prison on pa...

  • FRASIER: HAM RADIO (TV)

    (April 22, 1997)

    One in this comedy series about Frasier Crane, a divorced psychiatrist who lives in Seattle and hosts a phone-in radio show. In this episode, Frasier decides to recreate an old-fashioned multiple murder mystery, "Nightmare Inn," and perform it live on the ...

  • FRASIER: THE TWO MRS. CRANES {FOURTH SEASON PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 17, 1996)

    One in this comedy series about Frasier Crane, a divorced psychiatrist who lives in Seattle and hosts a phone-in radio show. In this episode, Daphne's former fianc?, Clive, comes to Seattle five years after their breakup to see if she would be willing to ...

  • FRASIER: TO KILL A TALKING BIRD (TV)

    (February 25, 1997)

    One in this comedy series about Frasier Crane, a divorced psychiatrist who lives in Seattle and hosts a phone-in radio show. In this episode, Frasier's brother, Niles, moves into an exclusive Seattle apartment building and acquires a cockatoo named Baby. F...

  • FRASIER: MOON DANCE (TV)

    (February 06, 1996)

    One in this comedy series about Frasier Crane, a divorced psychiatrist who lives in Seattle and hosts a phone-in radio show. In this episode, Niles is dismayed to learn that his estranged wife, Maris, has been dating extensively since they separated. To re...