Jeff's been keeping a secret from Donna and Alex: He's been expelled from school for a prank he and some friends pulled which involved messing up the bells and clocks, and he won't be allowed back unless he names the other boys involved. watch
Kenny, a short, shy boy who stutters, wants to drop out of the school show. To improve his confidence, Mary gives him a "lucky" penny, and convinces him to stay in the show. But Mary is miserable now that she is partnered with the shorter Kenny in a dance number, so she convinces him to wear shoes with lifts with disasterous results. watch
Question: My husband, brother and I have a little disagreement. I say Rin Tin Tin was on Saturday mornings and they say it was on Friday evenings. Who is right? I really hate losing. Thanks.
Answer: Depending upon how you look at it, you are both correct, Chris, so it looks like neither side has to choke down a big ol' steaming slice of loser's pie. (I'm not too partial to the flavor myself.)
The original Adventures of Rin Tin Tin brought the popular big-screen pooch and his boy pal Rusty (Lee Aaker) to ABC's Friday-night schedule in October 1954, and it stayed there for just shy of five years. For two years beginning in September 1959, ABC reran episodes on Saturday afternoons. CBS then picked it up for another two years in 1962 and broadcast reruns on Saturday mornings. The show resurfaced in 1976 and the Family Channel produced a new series, read more