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Seasons X EpisodesEdit
The lower navigation bars of this article and TOS Season 1 read Episodes of..., while in TOS Season 2 it reads Seasons of.... Since the articles are about the seasons themselves as a whole, shouldn't the text here and in the other one be changed to Seasons of... as well for coherence's sake? -- Gabriel O. Brum 22:20, 23 March 2007 (UTC)
- Yes. ;) --Bp 22:32, 23 March 2007 (UTC)
- All of them say "Seasons of" now. --Bp 22:47, 23 March 2007 (UTC)
If I remember correctly (I'm that old) Laugh-In was slotted in for Fridays at 10 for its second season. It was never supposed to air at 8:30 on Mondays. The Laugh-In producers beefed to NBC, and got their way, staying on Mondays at 8 and sealing Star Trek's fate. Laugh-In stayed in that slot for its entire run, until it was cancelled in 1973. Interestingly enough, an attempt to revive Laugh-In in the late 1970's tanked big time.
Some shows that were subsequently run Fridays at 10 were successful. Miami Vice and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit come to mind, although Homicide just squeaked by. Law & Order, now winding down its 18th year, was seen Fridays at 10 in the 2006-07 season, and from what I read, came close to cancellation. (it ran for years on Wednesdays at 10, and went back to that slot in the 2007-08 season.) - Adambomb1701 19:09, 12 June 2008 (UTC)