Peter Bonerz on ordering a rigged up iron to create a special effect on The Bob Newhart Show episode "A Love Story"
Peter Bonerz on the Ross/Rachel kiss from the Friends season two episode, "The One Where Ross Finds Out"
Peter Bonerz on the Murphy Brown episode, "Uh, Oh, Part 2," and the criticism of Murphy's single motherhood by then U.S. Vice President Dan Quayle
Bob Carroll, Jr. & Madelyn Pugh Davis on the I Love Lucy episode "Lucy Does a Commercial" (Vitameatavegamin)
Bob Carroll, Jr. & Madelyn Pugh Davis on writing the I Love Lucy episode "Job Switching" (candy factory)
Bob Carroll, Jr. & Madelyn Pugh Davis on the I Love Lucy episode "Lucy's Italian Movie" (grape stomping)
Bob Carroll, Jr. & Madelyn Pugh Davis on the I Love Lucy episode "L.A. at Last" (nose catches fire)
Cinematographer Gerald Perry Finnerman on Orson Welles arriving on the set for the Moonlighting episode "The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice"
Cinematographer Gerald Perry Finnerman on filming the black and white Moonlighting episode "The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice" (Part 1 of 2)
Cinematographer Gerald Perry Finnerman on filming the black and white Moonlighting episode "The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice" (Part 2 of 2)
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
Ron Howard on using the death of a pet in real life to reach the emotions needed in The Andy Griffith Show episode "Opie the Birdman"
Ron Howard on The Andy Griffith Show 's "The Pickle Story"
Ron Howard on The Andy Griffith Show episode "Mr. McBeevee"
Ron Howard on the "Howdy Doody" episode of Happy Days
Ron Howard on playing a drunk scene in the Happy Days episode "Richie's Cup Runneth Over"
Ron Howard on the Happy Days episode "Hollywood" which ushered in the TV term "jump the shark"
Ron Howard on the Happy Days episode "Richie Almost Dies" and Henry Winkler's contribution
Ron Howard on the Happy Days episode "My Favorite Orkan" (which introduced "Mork") and Robin Williams' talent
Garry Marshall on The Odd Couple episode "The Odd Monks" (airdate: October 13, 1972)
Garry Marshall on The Odd Couple episode "Password" (airdate: December 1, 1972)
Garry Marshall on the Happy Days episode "Richie Almost Dies" (airdate: January 31, 1978) (Fonzie cries)
Garry Marsahall on the Happy Days episode "Hard Cover" (airdate: September 27, 1977) (Fonzie gets a library card)
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"
Carroll O'Connor on his contribution to the All in the Family episode "Two's a Crowd," and the ad-libbing by he and co-star Rob Reiner
Carroll O'Connor on All in the Family episodes: "Edith's Problem" (Edith enters menopause), "Gloria Has a Belly Full" (Gloria has a miscarriage), "Edith's Crisis of Faith" (Edith shuns her faith when friend Beverly LaSalle is killed), "Sammy's Visit (Sammy Davis, Jr. appears as himself), and "Archie's Brief Encounter" (Archie has an affair)
Carroll O'Connor on his acting with Danielle Brisebois in the Archie Bunker's Place episode "Archie Alone," that reveals Edith Bunker's death
Joyce Randolph on the "TV or not TV" episode of The Honeymooners
Joyce Randolph on the "The Sleepwalker" episode of The Honeymooners
Joyce Randolph on the "Better Living Through TV" episode and other episodes of The Honeymooners
Joyce Randolph on her favorite episodes of The Honeymooners
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")
Director John Rich on the audience's reaction to the kiss in the All in the Family episode "Sammy's Visit"
John Rich on memorable episodes of The Dick Van Dyke Show
John Rich on Proctor & Gamble and CBS having issues with the "That's My Boy?" episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show
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 the classic episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show which introduced Betty White as "Sue Anne Nivens"
Jay Sandrich on the final episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Jay Sandrich on the challenges faced by the writers and cast for the final episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Jay Sandrich on a scene in Soap which deals with sexual tension, written from a woman's perspective
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
Doris Singleton on the Harpo Marx episode of I Love Lucy
Doris Singleton on the I Love Lucy, "Baby pictures" episode
Doris Singleton on the I Love Lucy "Lucy Tells the Truth" episode
Doris Singleton on the I Love Lucy episode, "The Dancing Star," with Van Johnson
Doris Singleton on the I Love Lucy episode, "Lucy and Superman"
Doris Singleton on the "Edith Has Jury Duty" episode of All in the Family