Andy Ackerman on directing his first episode of Seinfeld, "The Chaperone"
Andy Ackerman on working with Alex Trebek for the Jeopardy! episode of Cheers, "What is... Cliff Clavin?"
Andy Ackerman on the Cheers finale, "One for the Road"
Andy Ackerman on the Seinfeld finale penned by Larry David
Marla Gibbs on creating the memorable sequence from the classic The Jeffersons episode "Mr. Piano Man," which had her crawling under the piano in a crowded party to try to answer the front door before "George Jefferson"
Marla Gibbs on memorable episodes of The Jeffersons that featured her character, "Florence," and on Billy Dee Williams appearing on the show
Producer Burt Metcalfe on the most effective line in M*A*S*H: "The Interview"
Burt Metcalfe on the M*A*S*H finale "Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen"
Burt Metcalfe on the next-to-last M*A*S*H episode "As Time Goes By"
Gene Reynolds on the M*A*S*H episode "Point of View"
Gene Reynolds on killing off "Henry Blake" on M*A*S*H
Gene Reynolds on the M*A*S*H episode "Sometimes You Hear The Bullet"
Producer Gene Reynolds on the classic M*A*S*H episode "The Interview"
John Rich on the live broadcast of the opening of Disneyland ("Dateline: Disneyland")(airdate: July 17, 1955)
John Rich on memorable episodes of The Dick Van Dyke Show
John Rich on Procter & Gamble and CBS having issues with the "That's My Boy?" episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show
John Rich on the audience's reaction to the kiss in the All in the Family episode "Sammy's Visit"
Director John Rich on Sammy Davis Jr.'s suggestion, as a guest on The Tonight Show, that he would make a funny guest star on All in the Family (leading to his appearance on the classic episode "Sammy's Visit")
Jay Sandrich on the I Love Lucy episode "Lucy Does the Tango" (1957) in which Lucy dances and crushes the eggs she's trying to hide from Ricky
Jay Sandrich on a scene in Soap which deals with sexual tension, written from a woman's perspective
Jay Sandrich on the challenges faced by the writers and cast for the final episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Jay Sandrich on the final episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Jay Sandrich on the classic episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show which introduced Betty White as "Sue Anne Nivens"
Jay Sandrich on The Cosby Show episode "Denise's Friend," and directing an episode that didn't start out as being funny and finding the humor