Interesting and sounds correct.
The "spicy meatball" ad was so great, far better than 99.9% of the ads today.
Watch comedies, commercials, movies, news, specials, and more from American TV in the 1970s. (Or if you prefer, the 60s, 80s, 90s, and 00s.)
"How did the Reliant crew in Star Trek: Wrath of Khan survive on Ceti Alpha 5 without space suits after they were beamed onto the surface by Khan?"
A couple of attempted answers on Quora.
"It's free to watch and has no features for rewinding or fast-forwarding. From the time I spent using the site, it seems there are no commercials or advertisements. If you're a big Seinfeld fan with nothing but time on your hands, you can sit back and spend every waking minute staring at this website."
In a show I watched as a kid: Hogan's Heroes. (Link courtesy of Michael G.)
According to this, season 8 is best.
Lawyers doing cross-examination and folks doing live TV are supposed to follow this rule: never ask a question you don't know the answer to.
I like this a lot: make the antitrust authorities abide by an adapted Prime Directive.
"Ryan’s timing is impeccable. Add to it those fantastic facial expressions and his 'shy' attitude and he comes out a winner every time. I have seen most of these stories multiple times and each time I laugh and just want to get to know him personally. His career will be timeless."