April 2, 2015: The Good, The Bob, & The Utley

You'll find nine more ads today, five from the April 19-25, 1997 issue of TV Guide Magazine and four from the April 21-23, 1997 issues of The Blade, plus one Random Pages gallery addition, a Monday, 4/21/97 Blade Peach Section story by Chris Borrelli, "Denny Schaffer Will Go for Morning Show 1,001." There's one addition to the ABC gallery, a Friday, 4/25/97 ad for TGIF shows Family Matters, "Pound Foolish," Boy Meets World, "Cult Fiction," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, "As Westbridge Turns," and Step by Step, "Reality Bites" (ABC is Pop!). There are two additions to the CBS gallery, starting with a Thursday, 4/24/97 ad for Diagnosis Murder, "Physician, Murder Thyself." The guest stars on this episode, who all played doctors on other shows, were Chad Everett (Medical Center), Jack Klugman (Quincy), Bernie Kopell (Love Boat), Wayne Rogers (M*A*S*H, House Calls). There's also a Friday, 4/25/97 "Flashback Friday" ad for "The Dukes of Hazzard Reunion" (John Schneider, Tom Wopat, Catherine Bach, James Best) and Nash Bridges, "Wild Card" (Don Johnson, Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong, Philip Michael Thomas). There's one addition to the FOX gallery, another 4/25/97 ad for Sliders, "Slither." There are three additions to the Buckeye CableSystem gallery starting with a Monday, 4/21/97 ad for A&E's Biography, sponsored locally by Charter Behavioral Health Systems. Next is a Tuesday, 4/22/97 ad for The Captain Planet Earth Day Marathon on Cartoon Network, There's also a Wednesday, 4/23/97 ad for Newhart (The Good, The Bob, & The Utley) on Nick-at-Nite (Mary Frann, Bob Newhart, Tom Poston). There's one addition to the Vintage Cable Ads gallery, a Wednesday, 4/23/97 full-page TV Guide ad and close-up description for HBO's Fifty Years of Television.

Today's last ad is an addition to the Other Vintage ads gallery, a Monday, 4/21/97 full-page ad for The Amos 'n Andy Show on video tape.

More April 1997 and May 1997 ads, from the April26-May 2, 1997 issue of TV Guide Magazine and from the online archives of The Toledo Blade, are on the way...