Shirley Mitchell, who is believed to have been the last surviving adult cast member of I Love Lucy, has died,...
Frank Cady, best known as Sam Drucker on Green Acres, Petticoat Junction and The Beverly Hillbillies, has died. He was 96.
Cady died Friday at his home in Wilsonville, Ore., his daughter Catherine Turk told The Los Angeles Times. A cause of death was not given.
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New releases announced today, April 6:
Lost - The Complete 5th Season (DVD & Blu-ray) will be coming out December 8
Matlock - The 3rd Season will be coming out July 7
Petticoat Junction - The Official 2nd Season will be coming out July 7
Reno 911! - The Complete 6th Season will be coming out July 7
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New releases announced today, August 13:Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist - The Best Of will be coming out December 9 Petticoat Junction - The Official 1st Season will be coming out December 16 Swingtown - The 1st Season will be coming out December 16 Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items.
Question: In your recent comments about the Parents Television Council, you made reference to people who wish that all TV looked like Nick at Nite. I understood your point. But it is interesting to note that Nick at Nite does show episodes of All in the Family and Good Times, two series that caused an uproar with groups like the PTC in the '70s, and has in the past run episodes of Maude, another controversial show. In fact, I was watching All in the Family the other night and thought that there was no way a show like that could make it to network TV today. As far as the PTC goes, it's pretty simple: If you don't like it, don't watch it. There is plenty of technology available to parents for blocking channels. For that matter, there is no law saying that one must own a TV. If it offends thee, pluck it out, as someone once said. Don't subject the rest of us to a worldview that sees Petticoat Junction as the zenith of American television.
Answer: Not that there's anything wrong with