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There are 18 new ads today from January and February 1988 plus two pages of Monday 1/24/88 TV Guide close-up descriptions in the Random Pages gallery. The first page has close-ups for the premiere of the PBS series Television and the Wonderworks episode "Frog" (Scott Grimes, Amy Lynne) and the other page has close-ups for the 1988 State of the Union Address (President Ronald Reagan) and for a repeat of the Eyes on the Prize episode "Awakenings 1954-56" (Rosa Parks). The ABC gallery has four, a full-page ad for All My Children (Susan Lucci), a full-page ad for The Disney Sunday Movie "Rock 'n' Roll Mom" (Dyan Cannon), a full-page ad for One Life to Live (Clint Ritchie) and one for the Dynasty episode "Adam's Son" (John James, Heather Locklear). The CBS gallery has five, one for the Peanuts Special Snoopy: The Musical, a full-page ad for As the World Turns (Scott Holmes, Hillary B. Smith), a full-page ad for Guiding Light (Kim Zimmer), one for late night showsDiamonds, Adderly and Night Heat, and one for Wednesday night shows The Law and Harry McGraw (Barbara Babcock, Jerry Orbach), Magnum, P.I. (Tom Selleck) and The Equalizer (Edward Woodward). The NBC gallery has three, a page-and-a-half ad for a contest involving Betty White's appearances on daytime shows Days of Our Lives, Another World and Santa Barbara (see clip here), one for the L.A. Law episode "Beauty and Obese" (Susan Dey, Harry Hamlin) and a full-page ad for the Sonny Spoon premiere episode "Sam's Private Eye" (Mario Van Peebles). The PBS gallery has a full-page ad for Modern Maturity Television (Edwin Newman, host Carol Bennett, John Daly, Marlene Sanders) and the Vintage Cable Ads gallery has an HBO ad and TV Guide close-up for the Ninth Annual ACE Awards (John Larroquette, Elayne Boosler, Sugar Ray Leonard, Carol Burnett) and the CBN gallery has one for Drug Free Kids: A Parent's Guide. The TBS gallery has one ad for "Ben Hur" (Charlton Heston) and the Ohio & W. Pennsylvania gallery has two, a WDTN-TV2 News ad and a WKEF-TV ad for 22 Alive News (Carl Day). More from February 1988 are on the way...