February 17, 2015: The Year's Most Exciting Sports Event...Butt Bowl IV

 

There are seven more ads today from the January 25-31, 1997 issue of TV Guide Magazine and from January 25-29, 1997 issues of The Blade, plus three Random Pages gallery additions including two TV Guide pages, a Saturday, 1/25/97 "From the Editors" page explaining the new TV ratings system, and a Sunday, 1/26/97 page with a close-up for The Andy Griffith Show Marathon on TBS, plus some listings for 9:00-10:00 AM shows. There's also a Monday, 1/27/97 Blade Peach Section story by Chris Borrelli, "WNWO Hires Replacement forn Edwards" (Dan Lovett) and also includes other items about local radio ratings and about WTVG-TV's Phil Hayes. There are two additions to the FOX gallery, a Sunday, 1/26/97 two-page ad for their coverage of Super Bowl XXXI (Drew Bledsoe, Brett Favre, Ronnie Lott, Howie Long, James Brown, Terry Bradshaw, John Madden, Pat Summerall). By the way, Green Bay defeated New England, 35-21. There's also another 1/26/97 ad, on two pages, for The X-Files, "Leonard Betts" (Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny) which aired after the Super Bowl. There's one other Super Bowl Sunday ad, an addition to the Vintage Cable Ads gallery, one more 1/26/97 ad, for MTV's halftime show, Beavis and Butthead: Butt Bowl IV. There's one addition to the ToledoVision 5 gallery, a Saturday, 1/25/97 half-page ad for The Morning Movie, featuring "The Producers" (Gene Wilder), "All of Me" (Steve Martin), "Hairspray" (Ricki Lake), "Perfect" (Jamie Lee Curtis, John Travolta) and other films. There are two additions to the Buckeye CableSystem gallery, a Saturday, 1/25/97 ad for "Eye for an Eye" on HBO (Sally Field), and a Monday, 1/27/97 ad for Movies to Die For on TBS, including prime-time movies "Deceived" at 8:05 and "The China Lake Murders" at 10:05. Today's last ad is an addition to the Other Vintage ads gallery, a Saturday, 1/25/97 full-page ad for Video Professor. Still More January 1997 ads, from the January 18-24, 1997 issue of TV Guide and from the online archives of The Toledo Blade, are on the way...