1) Dean Martin: How could we do a game of Martins, as we did on our bonus episode this week, without ol' Dino? Well, here's a special bonus: This Martin was in The Dean Martin Show, Dean's Place, and The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast. Take all the time you need.
2) Peanut Butter Cookie Day: Might we suggest some Archway cookies, as Mike mentioned on the podcast, to celebrate? If you can't find those, here's an alternative:
3) Children's Day: It's also Children's Day, and maybe you can give a deserving kid a cookie. Unfortunately, you can't take them to Child World anymore.
4) Jenilee Harrison: Happy birthday to the woman who replaced the woman who--no, wait, she was the one who replaced Suzanne--no, wait, she was on at the same time for a while as--hey, happy birthday to the former Jamie on Dallas.
5) The Munsters: Entertainment Weekly posted a new teaser for the upcoming Rob Zombie movie, and I think we can confirm it's based on the original 1960s show and not The Munsters Today.
6) Who's Who: An episode of this CBS newsmagazine show aired 45 years ago tonight, and one of the segments, according to Ultimate70s.com, was "Robert Blake defends television violence." No comment.
7) My Favorite Martian: We paid homage to the 1960s sitcom with our bonus episode game this week, so let's give another shout to the Ray Walson/Bill Bixby comedy which aired on reruns in the BOTNS era!
8) Marv Albert: Do we wish the legendary broadcaster a good birthday? YESSSS! (Sorry)
9) Raiders of the Lost Ark: The movie premiered this day in 1981, and, no, it's not television, but it inspired multiple TV series, it was huge, and we love it!
10) Hour Magazine: I watched an episode of this Gary Collins afternoon newsmagazine program recently, and I can't really explain why, but I love that stuff like this is on YouTube: