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There are 19 new ads and a TV Guide Random Page addition today, all from February 1986. The CBS gallery has four ads, one for The Young and the Restless and As the World Turns, one for Capitol and Guiding Light, one for the 28th telecast of "The Wizard of Oz" (Judy Garland) and one for the 1986 Daytona 500 which also includes a TV Guide close-up description. The NBC gallery has ten ads, one for Sunday night shows Punky Brewster (Soliel Moon Frye in the episode "Changes" part 1) and Silver Spoons (Ricky Schroeder in the episode "One for the Road" part 1), one for Another World (Linda Dano as Felicia Gallant), one for The A-Team (George Peppard, Boy George & Mr. T in the episode "Cowboy George") and one for two more Tuesday night shows Riptide (Joe Penny, Perry King & Thom Bray and Remington Steele (Stephanie Zimbalist & Pierce Brosnan). There are three ads for St. Elsewhere, one for the episode "Family Affair" with Mark Harmon and two ads and program descriptions for the two-part episode "Time Heals" (William Daniels, Christina Pickles, Ed Flanders, Norman Lloyd), one for an NBC World Premiere Movie presentation of "The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James" (Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson), one for Santa Barbara (A Martinez, Marcy Walker) and one for Friday night shows Misfits of Science (Kevin Peter Hall, Mark Thomas Miller, Dean Paul Martin, Courteney Cox) and Knight Rider (David Hasselhoff). The TBS gallery has two ads, one for their NBA All-Star Weekend coverage of the Legends Classic, Slam-Dunk Championship and Long- Distance Shootout (NBA Triple Feature) and one for National Geographic Explorer. The Random Pages gallery has a TV Guide page from Sunday, February 9, 1986 which has a close-up for the 20th anniversary of Firing Line (William F. Buckley). Other shows in the listings include Rawhide (WGN), This Week with David Brinkley (ABC), The Rockford Files (2), Agronsky & Company (4) and High School Quiz (13) and the Ohio-W. Pennsylvania gallery has three ads for Dayton stations, two WHIO-TV7 movie ads, one for "Five Days From Home" (George Peppard) and one for "Death Race" (Lloyd Bridges) and one WKEF-TV22 ad for Gimme a Break (Nell Carter). More ads from February, March and April 1986 are on the way...