September 19. 2010: What's Goin' On

I added another 20 ads today from November and December 1990. Many are for Christmas shows. There's one in the Channel 36 gallery for the movie "Rocky IV" (Sylvester Stallone). There are seven in the ABC gallery, one for The Skins Game (Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, Greg Norman, Curtis Strange), one for the 20/20 report "Repo Man" (Hugh Downs, Barbara Walters), one for the Wonder Years episode "A Very Cutlip Christmas" (Robert Picardo, Fred Savage), one for the Coach episode "Christmas Brains" (Craig T. Nelson, Shelley Fabares), one for The Koppel Report "Sex in the Soviet Union" (Ted Koppel), one for the Family Matters episode "A Very Winslow Christmas" (Jaleel White, Reginald VelJohnson) and a full-page ad and TV Guide close-up description for the special Dolly Parton...Christmas at Home. There are two in the CBS gallery, a full-page ad and TV Guide close-up description for Motown 30: What's Goin' On and one for "The Fatal Image" (Michel Lee, Justine Bateman). There are two more in the Fox Gallery, a 3/4 page ad for the Married...with Children episode "One Down, Two to Go" (Christina Applegate, Ed O'Neill) and a 1-1/4 page ad and TV Guide description for the 1990 Billboard Music Awards. There are also two in the NBC gallery, one for the special Penn & Teller: Don't Try This at Home! (Penn Jilette, Teller, Jane Curtin, Victoria Jackson) and one for the Friday 11/23/90 WWF Special Edition Main Event (Ultimate Warrior vs. The Million Dollar Man) which was taped in Fort Wayne. There are six ads in the Vintage Cable Ads Gallery, a full-page ad for the Lifetime World Premiere Movie "Storm and Sorrow" (Lori Singer), a full-page ad for the HBO movie "Descending Angel" (George C. Scott, Diane Lane, Eric Roberts), a full-page ad for the Nickelodeon special Christmas at Eureeka's Castle, two TNT full-page ads for specials, one for The Divine Garbo (Greta Garbo, Glenn Close) and one for Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas and an ESPN ad for a Sunday night NFL game with the Bears playing the Lions (Barry Sanders). More from December 1990 and January 1991 are on the way...