Baywatch

Baywatch HawaiiBaywatch: Hawaiitelevision series of the same name
Baywatch is an American action drama series about the Los Angeles County lifeguards who patrol the beaches of Los Angeles County, California, starring David Hasselhoff. The show was cancelled after its first season on NBC, but survived through syndication and later became one of the most-watched television shows in the world. The show ran in its original title and format from 1989 to 1999. From 1999 to 2001, with a setting change and large cast overhaul, it was known as Baywatch: Hawaii.

List of Charles in Charge episodes

104 episodesDead Puck SocietyList of ''Charles in Charge'' episodes
. * Completely Unofficial Charles in Charge page

J. D. Roth

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After being a finalist on Star Search, he made numerous guest appearances on Charles in Charge, As the World Turns, The Equalizer, and Tales from the Darkside. After graduating from Cherry Hill High School East in 1986, and before producing reality television, Roth's first television exposure was hosting the kids' game show Fun House, which was one of the most popular children's shows in the U.S. at the time. At age 19, he became the youngest person to host a game show. During its three-year-run, he also traveled across the country hosting a live version for children. In several episodes, he claimed that J.D. stood for "Jammin' Dude."

Dyker Heights, Brooklyn

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Scott Baio (born 1960), actor best known for his work on such programs as Happy Days, Joanie Loves Chachi, Scott Baio is 46 and Pregnant, and Charles in Charge. Maria Bartiromo (born 1967), host of "Mornings with Maria" on the Fox Business Channel and "Sunday Morning Futures" on the Fox News Channel. Wenjian Liu (d. 2014), NYPD officer, slain in the December 2014 killings of NYPD officers. Joe Rollino (1905-2010), an original Coney Island Strongman, who died at the age of 104 after being hit by a car while he crossed Bay Ridge Parkway at 13th Avenue. Rosanna Scotto (born 1958), anchor on Fox 5 News/WNYW for 25 years, grew up on 11th Avenue and 83rd Street.

Nik Richie

In January 2018, Richie spoke out in support of actress Nicole Eggert after she accused her Charles in Charge co-star Scott Baio of engaging in "inappropriate sexual behavior" with her at a time when she was 14 and Baio was "in his 20s". Eggert discussed and appeared to confirm the alleged misconduct during a 2013 video interview on Richie's podcast Nik Richie Radio. Richie subsequently provided a statement to NBC's Megyn Kelly confirming that after interviewing Eggert about the incident, "Nicole was distraught" and "she told me it was much worse than she described on air".

List of American television programs by debut date

July 15 – Scott Baio Is 45...and Single. July 15 – Side Order of Life. July 16 – Chelsea Lately. July 17 – The Bill Engvall Show. July 17 – Room 401. July 18 – America's Next Producer. July 19 – Mad Men. July 20 – Human Weapon. July 22 – The Kill Point. July 22 – Private Sessions. July 23 – Saving Grace. July 24 – Damages. July 25 – Diagnosis X. July 26 – I Hate My 30's. July 29 – The Two Coreys. July 31 – Flipping Out. July 31 – Murder. August 4 – Grand Slam. August 5 – Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane. August 6 – Mission Man Band. August 6 – The Pickup Artist. August 7 – LA Ink. August 10 – Flash Gordon. August 13 – Californication. August 13 – Newport Harbor: The Real Orange County.

1972 in television

1972(1972)1972–73
November 21 – In the second part of a two-part story which began the previous week, Beatrice Arthur's character, Maude Findlay, on the television sitcom Maude, decides to go through with an abortion, in a move that shocked CBS executives and Maude advertisers. (Rue McClanahan made her first appearance as Vivian Cavender in this two-parter; she would become a regular cast member the following season.). December 31. ORTF 3ème Chaîne launches in France for the first time. The first installment of Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve airs on NBC, beginning a yearly tradition of Dick Clark-hosted New Year's specials. 60 Minutes (1968–). All in the Family (1971–1979). All My Children (1970–2011).

9th Youth in Film Awards

1987(9th)1988
(ABC) ★ Bobby Jacoby - A Different Affair (CBS) ★ Jaclyn Bernstein - A Fight For Jenny (NBC) ★ Trey Ames - A Year in the Life (NBC) ★ Amanda Peterson - A Year in the Life (NBC) ★ Billy Jacoby - 21 Jump Street (episode "America, What a Town") (FOX TV) ★ Alyson Croft - Cagney & Lacey (CBS) ★ Jeremy Miller - Growing Pains (ABC) ★ Nicole Eggert - Charles in Charge (KTLA) ★ Jonathan Ward - The New Adventures of Beans Baxter (FOX TV) ★ Staci Love Keanan - My Two Dads (NBC) ★ Bobby Jacoby - Perfect Strangers (episode "The Shoplifter) (ABC) ★ Laura Jacoby - Valerie (NBC) ★ Scott Nemes - It's Garry Shandling's Show (Showtime) ★ Kaleena Kiff - The New Leave It to Beaver (WTBS) ★ Brian Bonsall - Family

10th Youth in Film Awards

1989Best Family Television SeriesBest Young Actor/Actress Under Five Years of Age
Eggert - Charles in Charge (KTLA) ★ David Hoskins - Superior Court (Warner Bros.

11th Youth in Film Awards

1990Outstanding Young Ensemble Cast(11th)
Alexander Polinsky - Charles in Charge (Syndication). Jason Marsden - The Munsters Today (Syndication). Will Nipper - The New Lassie (Syndication). Jerry O'Connell - My Secret Identity (CTV). Kevin Osgood - MMC (Disney Channel). Damon Pampolina - MMC (Disney Channel). John Snee - The New Leave It to Beaver (WTBS). Wil Wheaton - Star Trek: The Next Generation (Syndication). Tiffany Brissette - Small Wonder (FOX TV). Wendy Cox - The New Lassie (Syndication). Josie Davis - Charles in Charge (Syndication). Nicole Eggert - Charles in Charge (Syndication). Maureen Flannigan - Out of This World (Syndication). Hilary Van Dyke - The Munsters Today (Syndication).

2008 in home video

2008
The following events occurred in the year 2008 in home video.

The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!

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Some of the celebrity guest stars were popular television stars, such as Nedra Volz, Norman Fell, Donna Douglas, Eve Plumb, Vanna White, Jim Lange, Danica McKellar, Nicole Eggert, Clare Carey and Brian Bonsall or professional athletes such as Lyle Alzado and Magic Johnson and WWE (then WWF) stars like Roddy Piper and Sgt. Slaughter.

Willie Aames

opposite Scott Baio and Paradise with Phoebe Cates. Before portraying the role of Buddy Lembeck in Charles in Charge in 1984, Aames played the character of Robbie Hamlin on the ABC soap opera The Edge of Night. From 1983 to 1985, he was the voice of Hank on the cartoon Dungeons & Dragons. After the end of Charles in Charge in 1990, Aames hosted the game show The Krypton Factor. Aames began the role of Miles Peterson / Bibleman in the direct-to-video Christian superhero series from 1995 to 2003 before leaving to spend more time with his family. He was replaced by Robert T. Schlipp. Aames has been married three times. Aames married Vicki Weatherman in 1979, having one child, Christopher.

Rich and Famous (1981 film)

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Nicole Eggert as Debby (age 8).

Glendale, California

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Nicole Eggert, actress. Erika Eleniak, model and actress. Douglas Emerson, actor. Robert Englund, actor, Nightmare on Elm Street. Yvonne Lime Fedderson, actress, third wife of producer Don Fedderson. Chelsea Field, actress. Pat Flaherty, auto racing driver, winner of 1956 Indianapolis 500. Doug Forrester, businessman and politician from New Jersey. Edward Furlong, actor. Beverly Garland, actress and hotel owner. Daryl Gates, former LAPD police chief. Go Betty Go, rock star. Scott Gorham, musician. Woody Guthrie, musician. Joe Hahn, musician. Peter D. Hannaford, political consultant and author associated with Ronald W. Reagan.

Anything for Love

Nicole Eggert as Marie Stark. Cameron Bancroft as Kurtis "Kurt" Stark. Johannah Newmarch as Julie Calder. Kevin McNulty as Louis Calder. Wendy van Riesen as Norma Calder. Gabe Khouth as Dan Holmes. Lochlyn Munro as John. Rachel Hayward as Sonia Glatt. Molly Parker as Lynne. Shane Kelly as Joe. Matthew Bennett as Frank. Alanis Morissette as Alanis (Uncredited). Just One of the Guys (1985). Ladybugs (1992). Cross-dressing in film and television.

Broadcast syndication

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Throughout the mid-to-late 1980s into the early 1990s, sitcoms continued to enter first-run syndication after being canceled by the networks, the most successful of which were Mama's Family and Charles In Charge. Other sitcoms during this time to enter first-run syndication after network cancellation included Silver Spoons, Punky Brewster, Webster, It's a Living, Too Close for Comfort, 9 to 5, What's Happening!!, and WKRP in Cincinnati. Many of these sitcoms produced new shows in syndication mainly to have enough episodes for a profitable run in reruns.

New Brunswick, New Jersey

New BrunswickNew Brunswick, NJNew Brunswick City
The 1980s sitcom, Charles in Charge, was set in New Brunswick. The 2004 movie Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle revolves around Harold and Kumar's attempt to get to a White Castle restaurant and includes a stop in a fictionalized New Brunswick. Albany Street Bridge across the Raritan River to Highland Park. Bishop House, 115 College Avenue, a mansion of the Italianate style of architecture, was built for James Bishop. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. Old Queens, built in 1809, is the oldest building at Rutgers University. Buccleuch Mansion in Buccleuch Park. Historic Christ Church Episcopal Churchyard, New Brunswick. The Henry Guest House. William H.

Dennis the Menace in Mayday for Mother

Dennis the Menace: Mayday for Mother
Voices of: Nicole Eggert, Kathy Garver, James Hackett, Bob Holt, Elizabeth Kerr, Larry D. Mann, Joey Nagy, Herbert Rudley, Seth Wagerman, Nancy Wible. Music composed by Joe Raposo. Conducted by Eric Rogers. In charge Of production: Lee Gunther. Production managers: Kathy Condon, Steven Hahn. Film editor: Robert Gillis. Music editor: Joe Siracusa. Production company: DePatie-Freleng Ent., Inc. in association with Mirisch Films, Inc.

Blown Away (1992 film)

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Blown Away is a 1993 erotic thriller film starring Corey Haim, Nicole Eggert and Corey Feldman. It is a direct-to-video movie. After her mother dies in a mysterious car accident, 17-year-old Megan (Nicole Eggert), daughter of a wealthy businessman, lives a reckless lifestyle. A year later, she is almost killed by a horse who has lost control, though she is rescued by Rich (Corey Haim), a young college dropout who works at the ski resort owned by her father Cy (Jean LeClerc). Grateful, she invites him to her party, where she thanks him again by being intimate with him in her father's bed. The next morning, Cy comes home and almost catches them.

Jennifer Runyon

She also had a lead role as Gwendolyn Pierce in the sitcom Charles in Charge, from 1984 to 1987. In 1988, she portrayed Cindy Brady in the television film A Very Brady Christmas. Runyon was born in Chicago, Illinois, the daughter of radio announcer and disc jockey Jim Runyon, and actress Jane Roberts. She has one half-brother, Scott, from her father's first marriage. Runyon grew up in various cities in the United States, as her father's disc jockey career required the family to move frequently. The family eventually settled in Los Angeles when Runyon was fourteen years old.

The Double 0 Kid

The Double 0 Kid is a 1993 direct-to-video family adventure/comedy film starring Corey Haim, Nicole Eggert and Brigitte Nielsen. 17-year-old Lance Elliot is a summer intern at the Agency. His fantasies of espionage and intrigue turn real when he's ordered to rush a package to L.A. A madman millionaire computer virus designer and his icy henchwoman want that package. It's key to their plot to destroy the environment. Lance stays one step ahead of them, trying to avoid a visit to their "video-game-of-doom" room. * Double 0 Kid - Columbus Films Ltd. Corey Haim as Lance Elliot. Brigitte Nielsen as Rhonda. Wallace Shawn as Cashpot. Nicole Eggert as Melinda.

Splash (U.S. TV series)

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Reportedly Nicole Eggert was injured in the third week of April during a taping of the show. In the days following, she denied sustaining any serious injury. During rehearsal for episode six of the show, Drake Bell attempted a dive he had not previously practiced and got a concussion as well as two black eyes. Nicole Eggert fell on her back during her final dive on May 7. She was okay, but ended up losing to Rory Bushfield. Indicates the celebrity eliminated that week. Indicates the celebrity in the Dive-off that week but not eliminated. Indicates the winning celebrity. Indicates the runner-up celebrity. Indicates the third place celebrity. The diver withdrew from the competition.

Joanie Loves Chachi

Joanie Loves Chachi is an American sitcom and a spin-off of Happy Days that aired on ABC from March 23, 1982 to May 24, 1983. It stars Erin Moran and Scott Baio as the titular characters Joanie Cunningham and Chachi Arcola, respectively. The series is set in the early to mid-1960s and follows the exploits of Joanie and Chachi as they moved to Chicago and tried to make it on their own with a rock band and a music career at a time when the British Invasion was looming (one episode was titled "Beatlemania"). It mixed the traditional elements of a sitcom with musical performances on each show by Baio and Moran. In fact, the beginning credit sequence of the show had them singing to each other.

Jason Hervey

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As the wave of 1980s nostalgia washed over the media in the early 2000s, Hervey became a noted contributor to VH1's I Love the 80s and I Love the 80s Strikes Back and appeared as himself on such popular reality shows as Hogan Knows Best and Scott Baio Is 45...and Single. Hervey served as the Senior Vice-President of Media and Communications for HealthSouth Corporation, based in Birmingham, Alabama. Hervey relocated to Birmingham to assume the post. He worked for the company from late 2001 until late 2003, during events that would lead to a fraud scandal. He later sued his employer, demanding $300,000 in compensation.