November 22, 2010: It Stinks!

There are 19 more ads today plus two more pages in the Random Pages gallery. They are from the 2/5/94 TV Guide Update, one about NFC football moving to Fox and one about the death of Telly Savalas. There's one full-page ad in the Channel 11 gallery for the daytime talk show Rolonda (Rolanda Watts) and there are three in the ABC gallery, one for the animated special Lily Tomlin as Edith Ann: A Few Pieces of the Puzzle, one on two pages for three Wednesday night shows, the Home Improvement rerun episode "Groin Pulls" a.k.a. "Groin Pains," The Critic pilot episode and the Home Improvement episode "Reel Men" (Tim Allen) and a full-page ad for The Critic" episode "Marty's First Date." There are two in the CBS gallery, an ad and TV Guide close-up for "I Spy Returns" (Robert Culp, Bill Cosby) and a full-page ad and TV Guide close-up for the 1994 Olympic Winter Games. There are three in the FOX gallery, a 3/4 page ad for two Saturday night Tales from the Crypt episodes, "None but the Lonely Heart" and "Spoiled," one for The George Carlin Show episode "George Sees an Airplane" and a full-page ad for the Married...with Children episode "How Green Was My Apple" (Ed O'Neill, Ted McGinley). There are six in the NBC gallery, one on two pages for two daytime shows, The Jane Whitney Show and Leeza (Leeza Gibbons), one for the Peanuts special "You're in the Super Bowl, Charlie Brown!," a full-page ad for The Cosby Mysteries two-hour premiere (Bill Cosby), an ad and TV Guide close-up for The 10th Annual Soap Opera Awards (hosts Lisa Rinna & Kelsey Grammer and 10 other daytime stars), one for Now (Ann-Margret, Katie Couric, Tom Brokaw) and one for the Sisters episode "Up to His Old Tricks" (Julianne Phillips, Swoosie Kurtz, Sela Ward, Patricia Kalember). There are four more in the Vintage Cable Ads gallery. There are two A&E ads, one for Biography (Bruce Lee) and one for "Unnatural Pursuits" (Alan Bates). There's a Discovery Channel ad for Pirates and a Lifetime ad for "The Color Purple." More ads from February and March 1994 are on the way...