The series centered on two bachelors who pretended to be women to live in a low-cost, all-female hotel after their apartment is condemned.
Billy Crystal was on hand to present the Legend Award to Mel Brooks, the visionary behind the TV series Get Smart and such films as The Producers (and Tony-winning adaptation), Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein, and Carl Reiner (The Dick Van Dyke Show, Ocean's Eleven), who started out in Your Show of Shows together in the 1950s.
The cast of Everybody Loves Raymond received the Impact Award for their contribution to television history. The series, which ran from 1996 to 2005, was based on real-life experiences from Ray Romano.
Glee, also the recipient of a GLAAD award Saturday, was presented with the Future Classic Award, an honor given to a show with originality that will span the decades to become an influence on future generations. Paula Abdul presented the cast with the award, while David Hasselhoff and Marilu Henner were accompanied by Richard Karn and Fred Willard for a rendition of "Don't Stop Believin'."
Glee's Jane Lynch presented Blondie with the Icon Award for the band's contributions to music and pop culture. The Debbie Harry-fronted band also performed "Call Me" and "One Way or Another" at the ceremony.
And The Love Boat snagged the Fan Favorite Award, presented by Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Betty White of the new series Hot in Cleveland. Bernie Kopell, Fred Grandy and Charo, among other cast members, were present to accept the award.
The TV Land Awards will air on Sunday, April 25.