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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Battle of the Network Stars #25: 2006-07 TV Season


CBS won the 24th Battle of the Network Stars, and the following stars will be moving on to Round 2:

Bob Keeshan (Captain Kangaroo/CBS)
Ed Sullivan (The Ed Sullivan Show/CBS)
George Burns & Gracie Allen (The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show/CBS)
Jackie Gleason (The Honeymooners/CBS)
Desi Arnaz (I Love Lucy/CBS)
Lucille Ball (I Love Lucy/CBS)
William Frawley (I Love Lucy/CBS)
Vivian Vance (I Love Lucy/CBS)
Jack Benny (The Jack Benny Program/CBS)
Eve Arden (Our Miss Brooks/CBS)
Dinah Shore (The Dinah Shore Show/NBC)
Perry Como (The Perry Como Show/NBC)
Sid Caesar (Your Show of Shows/NBC)
Clint Walker (Cheyenne/ABC)
Danny Thomas (Make Room for Daddy/ABC)
George Reeves (Adventures of Superman/syndicated)

Now on to our 25th battle, which takes us back to the 2006-07 TV season when we welcomed the following 32 stars into our homes:
































6 comments:

Lance said...

YAY for Sally Field!! (I just love her!) <3

Alan Scott said...

Tina Fey vs. Sally Field is SO not fair! They're both awesome!

joel65913 said...

I had a bit of a tough time picking between Glenn Close and Vanessa Williams, I went with Glenn but both are terrific.

However even though I find Tina Fey amusing nobody will ever beat Sally Field! So that one was a snap.

Marc said...

Thanks for voting, guys! If Sally read DEEP DISH, I'm sure she would be delighted.

MrVaritek said...

I'm surprised Balthazar Getty from B+S wasn't included.

Anyway I'm liking these 'Network Battles'. The hardest for me so far was George Clooney v Matt LeBlanc

Marc said...

I'm glad you're liking the Battles, Mr. Varitek. As for Mr. Getty, I couldn't include the entire B&S cast so, unfortunately, some folks had to be left out.