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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Battle of the Network Stars #45: 1973-74 TV Season

NBC won the 44th Battle of the Network Stars, and the following stars will be moving on to Round 2:

Seth Meyers (Saturday Night Live/NBC)
Amy Poehler (Saturday Night Live/NBC)
Zach Braff (Scrubs/NBC)
Sarah Chalke (Scrubs/NBC)
Ellen DeGeneres (The Ellen Show/CBS)
Simon Baker (The Guardian/CBS)
Lou Diamond Phillips (Wolf Lake/CBS)
Eddie Cahill (Glory Days/The WB)
Reba McEntire (Reba/The WB)
Tom Welling (Smallville/The WB)
Jennifer Garner (Alias/ABC)
Michael Vartan (Alias/ABC)
Bernie Mac (The Bernie Mac Show/Fox)
Patrick Warburton (The Tick/Fox)
Robert Gant (Queer as Folk/Showtime)
Scott Bakula (Star Trek: Enterprise/UPN)

Now on to our 45th battle, which takes us back to the 1973-74 TV season when we welcomed the following 32 stars into our homes:


joel65913 said...

This week has so many shows that I remember fondly but were short lived.

I loved The Snoop Sisters! Adam's Rib was charming, Blythe Danner and Ken Howard seemed so well matched I never did understand why it didn't catch on.

In retrospect Sally Field and John Davidson seem such a mismatched pair in levels of fame (and talent) but they were at about the same place in public awareness when The Girl with Something Extra was on. It was a cute show but it's short run was probably the best thing that could have happened for Sally. Within a couple of years she was doing Stay Hungry and Sybil then onward and upward from there.

Marc Harshbarger said...

Hey, Joel, I was a fan of The Snoop Sisters as well - and although I remember liking The Girl with Something Extra, I would agree that its short run was probably for the best - especially for Sally's career.