Andy Ackerman on the Cheers finale, "One for the Road"
Andy Ackerman on directing his first episode of Seinfeld, "The Chaperone," and on working with the cast
Andy Ackerman on the Seinfeld finale penned by Larry David
Steve Allen on his early recollections of TV - Kathy Fiscus falling down the well and the idea of event television
Steve Allen on announcing wrestling for ABC television
Steve Allen on announcing wrestling for ABC television and how his gift for ad-libbing helped
Steve Allen on Kim Novak as a guest on Tonight
Steve Allen on the openings of The Tonight Show
Steve Allen on dressing as a cop and going out onto the street for The Tonight Show
Steve Allen on sketches outside the studio on The Tonight Show
Steve Allen on the fake car accident stunt on The Tonight Show
Steve Allen on musical guests on The Tonight Show - Duke Ellington
Steve Allen on sketches on The Tonight Show - The Question Man
Steve Allen on sketches on The Tonight Show - Crazy Shots
Steve Allen on a tug-of-war with an elephant on The Steve Allen Westinghouse Show
Steve Allen on a tea-bag sketch on The Steve Allen Westinghouse Show
Steve Allen on funny phone call sketches on The Steve Allen Westinghouse Show
Robert G. Anderson on the 60 Minutes piece on Dr. Kevorkian and the issue of doctor-assisted suicide
Robert G. Anderson on the 60 Minutes piece "The Archbishop" (Robert Sanchez) of New Mexico who was accused of molesting children
Robert G. Anderson on a 60 Minutes story he produced with Mike Wallace, "Smoke but no Fire" about the dangers of smoking
Vince Calandra on the Beatles' arrival in America for their appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964
Vince Calandra on security for the Beatles' appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964
Vince Calandra on how he booked the Beatles' appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964
Vince Calandra on the Beatles' historic performance on The Ed Sullivan Show and the backstage scene, getting them through the crowd into the studio
Tom Cherones on the Seinfeld episode "The Junior Mint"
Tom Cherones on the Seinfeld episode "The Parking Garage"
Tom Cherones on the Seinfeld episode "The Contest"
Tom Cherones on the Seinfeld episode "The Finale"
Tom Cherones on the Seinfeld episode "The Bubble Boy"
Ray Forrest on the advent of commercial television -- July 1, 1941
Ray Forrest on announcing at TV's first political convention in 1940 - the Republican convention in Philadelphia
Ray Forrest on the coming of commercial television and announcing the very first commercial (for Bulova) - July 1, 1941, and the first on-camera commercial
Ray Forrest on announcing that NBC was now a commercial station, WNBT, and no longer W2XBS
Ray Forrest on a photo of the first on-air, live commercial for television -- for Adam Hats on July 4, 1941
Mitzi Gaynor on singing "Georgy Girl" on the 1967 Academy Awards - the most heralded performance on an Oscar broadcast
Mitzi Gaynor on appearing on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, the same night The Beatles were on
Mitzi Gaynor on performing "I Can Cook, Too" on her television special Mitzi ... A Tribute to an American Housewife
Monica Horan on finding out that the characters of "Robert" and "Amy" were getting married on Everybody Loves Raymond
Monica Horan on some of her favorite episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond, "Robert's Wedding" and the "Italy" episode with Ray Romano
Monica Horan on meeting Tim Conway and his comments on the episode of Everybody Loves Raymond, "Robert Moves Back" and her memories of performing in that episode
Bob Mackie on designing the Queen Elizabeth gown for Whoopi Goldberg for the 1999 Academy Awards
Bob Mackie on the famous curtain-rod dress he made for Carol Burnett in "Went With the Wind," a spoof of Gone With the Wind on The Carol Burnett Show
Bob Mackie on dressing Cher for her presentation of an award to Don Ameche at the Academy Awards
Bob McGrath on how Will Lee's passing was handled on Sesame Street - the famous "Farewell, Mr. Hooper" episode
Bob McGrath on filming the emotional scene of episode "Farewell, Mr. Hooper" when "Big Bird" comes to understand that "Mr. Hooper" has died
Bob McGrath on memories working with guest star Linda Bove on Sesame Street and the far-reaching impact of an episode about hearing impairment
Burt Metcalfe on the death of "Col Henry Blake" on M*A*S*H
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"
Burt Metcalfe on the reception of the M*A*S*H finale "Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen"
Marty Pasetta on Vanessa Redgrave's infamous protest speech at the Academy Awards
Marty Pasetta on Charlie Chaplin appearing on the first Academy Awards he directed
Marty Pasetta on the Academy Awards infamous streaking incident
Marty Pasetta on Marlon Brando refusing his Oscar
John Rich on the live broadcast of the opening of Disneyland ("Dateline: Disneyland")(airdate: July 17, 1955)
John Rich on Procter & Gamble and CBS having issues with the "That's My Boy?" episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show
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")
Keenen Ivory Wayans on improv on In Living Color; on the sketch "Driving Miss Daisy"; every second take would be improvised and that was usually the take selected for the show
Keenen Ivory Wayans on Public Enemy's appearance on In Living Color and what it meant to have them appear on TV
Keenen Ivory Wayans on the In Living Color sketch "Brother's Brothers" being based on Tom and Dick Smothers
Keenen Ivory Wayans on the In Living Color character "Homie the Clown" based on comedian/writer Paul Mooney