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'The Andy Griffith Show' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Pat Gallagher, posted Oct 1st 2010 2:30PM
Andy Griffith Show'The Andy Griffith Show' is one of the most beloved TV sitcoms of all time. Originally televised on CBS from Oct. 3, 1960 to Apr. 1, 1968, the show ended its final season at No. 1 and consistently ranked in the top 10. More recently, the show has taken on a new life in TV Land reruns.

Andy Griffith had already made a name for himself in movies like 'A Face in the Crowd' and 'No Time for Sergeants,' when he agreed to star in his own TV show as the widowed Sheriff Andy Taylor, who didn't have to carry a gun in the small country town of Mayberry, N.C.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of 'The Andy Griffith Show,' we thought we'd catch up with the cast members -- arguably the best character actors in the business -- who appeared on the show over the years, and who'll be forever embedded in the minds and memories of millions of Mayberry fans.

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Lindsay Lohan bows out of Emmy consideration ... really

by Allison Waldman, posted Jun 14th 2008 1:24PM
ugly betty llEither an Emmy isn't worth very much these days, or Hollywood actresses are finding that the publicity from spurning a nomination is worth more than the nomination itself. First Grey's Anatomy star -- and last year's Emmy winner -- Katherine Heigl removed her name from consideration for an Emmy in 2008, and now another has followed suit.

Lindsay Lohan is not submitting her Ugly Betty performance for Emmy consideration. What? You don't remember Lindsay's performance, those few minutes of a flashback when Betty recalls being used as a dodge ball target in high school? Yeah, Lindsay really put in Emmy-worthy work there!

This is so ridiculous when it comes to Lindsay. There was no chance she'd be nominated, so removing her name is a stunt. On the other hand, Heigl's move is a real slap in the face to the writers of Grey's Anatomy.

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What's on tonight: The Office, Scrubs, Supernatural, Men In Trees

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 11th 2007 5:03PM
  • My Name Is EarlAt 8, ABC has a new Ugly Betty, followed by new episodes of Grey's Anatomy and Men In Trees.
  • CBS has a new Armed & Famous at 8.
  • NBC has new episodes of My Name Is Earl, The Office, Scrubs, 30 Rock, and ER.
  • There's a new 'Til Death on FOX at 8, then new episodes of The War At Home and The O.C.
  • The CW has a new Smallville at 8, followed by a new Supernatural.
  • Around 8:45, HBO Family has Don Knott's in The Incredible Mr. Limpit.
  • At 9, HGTV has a new Divine Design.
  • Also at 9: Terri Irwin (Steve Irwin's widow) guests on CNN's Larry King Live.

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Top TV Stories of 2006: People we've lost

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 1st 2007 1:29PM

Don Knotts(Part 1 of 5) It's the time of year when we talk about what happened over the past year, and that unfortunately includes the deaths of many notable personalities. After the jump is a list of the celebrities and other TV-related people we lost in 2006, in no particular order. (Note: it's not easy to compile a list like this and I'm sure I forgot someone. Let me know in the comments and I'll try to add them.)

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Barney Fife gets serious

by Richard Keller, posted Sep 3rd 2006 7:51PM

Don Knotts gets seriousWhen you hear the name of Barney Fife, deputy sheriff on the classic The Andy Griffith Show, what comes to mind? Well, he was smug and self-confident, over-analytical, overzealous, and a bit of a blowhard. But how about eloquent, intense and heartwarming? No, you say? Well, you'd be wrong, because there was one particular episode where he was just that, all in defense of his partner Sheriff Andy Taylor.

Jump ahead and I'll tell you all about it.

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The Five: Five interviews with five cool dead guys

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 21st 2006 8:04AM

mister rogersWhen I'm bored, which is often, I like to poke around Google Video's selection of lengthy interviews from the Archive of American Television. The other day I found there's a lot of interviews of some really great television personalities who have since passed on to that great cathode ray tube in the sky. Here are five I think are worth checking out:

Fred Rogers: Several years ago, despite the fact that he hadn't really done anything besides what he had done most of his life, host a children's program, Esquire magazine named Fred Rogers their Man of the Year. It was one of the best profiles the mag had ever done, and it's because nobody on television was as kind and genuine as Fred.

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The Five: You can't see me

by Adam Finley, posted May 24th 2006 8:08AM

voice boxSome of the most memorable characters in television were never actually seen. They were talked about, and their presence, even if it was always offscreen, was often crucial to the plot. I've come up with five awesome (but unseen) TV characters. Here they are:

Vera: From what I recall, Vera, the wife of beer-lover Norm Peterson on Cheers, made only one appearance on the show, and that was just her legs. According to both Wikipedia and IMDb, she was played by George Wendt's real-life wife, Bernadette Birkette.

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New TV on DVD releases today

by Keith McDuffee, posted Mar 7th 2006 9:07AM
Every Tuesday here on TV Squad , we will highlight the week's TV-on-DVD releases. Some noteworthy releases today, March 7, 2006:

  • three's companyAndromeda - Vol 5.4
  • Baby Looney Tunes - Volume 1: Playday Pals; Volume 2: Let's Play Pretend
  • The Brady Bunch - The Complete 5th Season
  • The Cosby Show - Season 2
  • The Electric Company - The Best of The Best of The Electric Company
  • The Flintstones - Season 5
  • Hogan's Heroes - The Complete 3rd Season
  • Lily the Witch - Volume 1; Volume 2
  • Multiple Shows - Star Trek: The Borg Fan Collective
  • Police Woman - The Complete 1st Season
  • The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour - The Complete Series
  • Three's Company - Season 6
  • Underdog - The Best of Go-Go Gophers; The Best of Tennessee Tuxedo
  • Walking Tall - The Complete Series
  • Wild 'N Out - Season 1

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