Morey Amsterdam


Back in the ’60s, network TV shows would hatch any scheme in order to grab a little promotional attention. Here’s an eggs-ample from The Dick Van Dyke Show, as posted on the late Rose Marie’s Twitter account (now maintained by her daughter, “Noopy”): Buddy and Sally dabbing some easter egg paint on Mel Cooley’s bald

This week, Vulture ranked  all 158 episodes of The Dick Van Dyke Show from first to worst. Doing that with any series is a big undertaking; making that effort for a series that began 58 years ago is a testament to how timeless and enduring that sitcom remains. So, hats off to Vulture. The author

Rose Marie died over a week ago on Dec. 28, and I’ve been searching for my cassette tape of our interview ever since. The interview, over the phone, occurred probably 14 years ago at the time The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited — Carl Reiner’s coda to his classic ’60s sitcom — aired on CBS. I remember

Do you or someone in your family have one of these cards? If so, I’ll trade you straight up for my HBO Game of Thrones screeners Dear Mister TV Feeds My Family: How old is television? Thanks Jimmy from Long Island. Some experts say broadcast television dates back to April 30, 1939–75 years ago this