1) Growing Pains/Who's the Boss/Valerie (3-way tie): Make sure you head to the main page or our Facebook page and VOTE for which one of these classic--uh, vote for which of one of these family sitcoms you want us to cover on the podcast this season. Will it be Alan Thicke? Tony Danza? Valerie Harper? Let us know!
4) The Incredible Hulk: Season 1 hit Tubi TV this week. Don't make me angry by not adding the rest of the series, Tubi. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry.
I mean, I won't get that angry because it's still free and all, but I'd be kinda peeved for a few minutes.
5) She-Ra: The Netflix revival drops another season this weekend, presumably stirring interest in the original incarnation of the character. It's hard to tell because Netflix apparently doesn't think anyone would want to check out that version (You can see season 1 on Tubi, though).
6) Larry "Flash" Jenkins: RIP to the late actor, who played Wardell Stone in the third season of The White Shadow and also had regular roles on Bay City Blues and Finder of Lost Loves.
7) Jay Leno: Happy birthday to the man who did so much to teach America about the facts of life (not the TV show, but the actual facts) on Good Times:
8) T and T: This 1988 syndicated Mr. T vehicle (didn't quite go up in flames like so many of the vehicles on The A-Team) is also on Tubi, and, boy, do I wish I had the stones to place it where I put Hulk:
9) Saved by the Bell: 2/3 of the original cast reunited and took a group pic, and it blew up the Internet, and by "blew up," I mean it prompted a bunch of websites to post the pic and say that it was blowing up the Internet, which proved that...You know, I already forgot why this was notable. At least I had the good sense to rank this below T and T.
10) Ken Kercheval: RIP to the late actor, best known as Cliff Barnes on Dallas. Here's a clip of ken on The $25,000 Pyramid, and in a refreshing change of pace, the celebrity is getting the clues rather than giving them: