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The Joan Rivers Show is an American talk show hosted by comedian Joan Rivers that premiered on September 5, 1989 in broadcast syndication. The show aired for four seasons and ended in 1993. The show was nominated for numerous Emmy Awards, with Rivers winning the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host in 1990. The series was produced by PGHM Productions, Joan Rivers's production company in association with Tribune Entertainment, and distributed by Paramount Domestic Television for its first season and Tribune Entertainment for its final three seasons.

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  • The Joan Rivers Show is an American talk show hosted by comedian Joan Rivers that premiered on September 5, 1989 in broadcast syndication. The show aired for four seasons and ended in 1993. The show was nominated for numerous Emmy Awards, with Rivers winning the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host in 1990. The series was produced by PGHM Productions, Joan Rivers's production company in association with Tribune Entertainment, and distributed by Paramount Domestic Television for its first season and Tribune Entertainment for its final three seasons.
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  • The Joan Rivers Show is an American talk show hosted by comedian Joan Rivers that premiered on September 5, 1989 in broadcast syndication. The show aired for four seasons and ended in 1993. The show was nominated for numerous Emmy Awards, with Rivers winning the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host in 1990. The series was produced by PGHM Productions, Joan Rivers's production company in association with Tribune Entertainment, and distributed by Paramount Domestic Television for its first season and Tribune Entertainment for its final three seasons. In the mid-1990s the show was repeated on E! for several months. Repeats aired on the Decades TV network from January to August 2019, and currently (as of February, 2020) 128 episodes are available for free streaming on the Vidmark app, and the Roku Channel on the Roku store. Rivers had previously hosted a late-night talk show entitled The Late Show with Joan Rivers which dropped her as the host in May 1987. Although over 700 exist, here is a list of the 128 episodes currently available on Roku: 1. * 1. Sept. 8, 1989: Kim Novak, Marvin Hamlisch 2. * 2. Sept. 12, 1989: Donna Mills, Rain Pryor 3. * 3. Sept. 22, 1989: Bob Hope, Candida Royalle 4. * 4. Sept. 26, 1989: Boy George, Joy Behar 5. * 5. Sept. 27, 1989: Leslie Uggams, Roxanne Pulitzer, Paul Linke 6. * 6. Oct. 3, 1989: Geraldo Rivera 7. * 7. Oct. 16, 1989: Malcolm Forbes 8. * 8. Oct. 17, 1989: John Travolta, Sugar Ray Leonard, Richard Simmons 9. * 9. Oct. 18, 1989: Pamela Des Barres, Barbara Gardner Proctor, Adrien Arpel (aka. Adrienne Arpel) 10. * 10. Oct. 23, 1989: Roddy McDowall 11. * 11. Oct. 26, 1989: Anthony Quinn, Renée Taylor, Joseph Bologna 12. * 12. Nov. 1, 1989: Elizabeth Ashley, Virginia Graham, Paul Peterson, Angela Cartwright, Stanley Livingston 13. * 13. Nov. 2, 1989: Whoopi Goldberg 14. * 14. Nov. 6, 1989: Joan Van Ark, Howie Mandel 15. * 15. Nov. 8, 1989: Pee Wee Herman, Larry Hagman, John Davidson (entertainer), Shadoe Stevens 16. * 16. Nov. 9, 1989: Jackée Harry, Peter Horton, Timothy Busfield, Melanie Mayron, Polly Draper, Marshall Herskovitz, Wolfgang Puck, Barbara Lazaroff 17. * 17. Nov. 10, 1989: Little Richard, Jackie Collins, Mariette Hartley 18. * 18. Nov. 13, 1989: Zsa Zsa Gabor, Faith Ford 19. * 19. Nov. 15, 1989: Louie Anderson 20. * 20. Nov. 16, 1989: Patti D'Arbanville 21. * 21. Nov. 21, 1989: Malcolm-Jamal Warner, a prostitute, a lesbian nun, an obese woman, a female-impersonator 22. * 22. Nov. 22, 1989: The Chippendales strippers, Robin Byrd, Ruth Westheimer 23. * 23. Nov. 29, 1989: Debbie Reynolds, Martina Navratilova, Randy Crawford 24. * 24. Dec. 4, 1989: Robert Klein, Linda Dano 25. * 25. Dec. 6, 1989: Robin Leach 26. * 26. Dec. 8, 1989: Ed Begley, Jr., Gloria Steinem 27. * 27. Dec. 19, 1989: George Burns 28. * 28. Dec. 20, 1989: David Hasselhoff, Diane Ladd 29. * 29. Jan. 5, 1990: Brooke Shields, Herve Villechaize 30. * 30. Jan. 10, 1990: Gary Coleman, Melissa Manchester 31. * 31. Jan. 11, 1990: Mary Frann, Byron Allen 32. * 32. Jan. 16, 1990: Betty White, porn stars Jerry Butler (actor), Rebecca Steele, Charisma Arquette 33. * 33. Jan. 17, 1990: Nancy Reagan, Steve Garvey and his wife Candace 34. * 34. Jan. 30, 1990: Rita Moreno 35. * 35. Feb. 6, 1990: George Foreman, The Disappearance of Johnny Gosch 36. * 36. Feb. 7, 1990: Robert Wuhl, Ana-Alicia 37. * 37. Feb. 8, 1990: James Earl Jones, Women who underwent weight-loss procedures that failed 38. * 38. Feb. 14, 1990: Nell Carter, Unusual dating services for the handicapped, obese, and by astrology 39. * 39. Feb. 15, 1990: John Lithgow, Stella Stevens, Dorothy Hamill, Clint Holmes 40. * 40. Feb. 20, 1990: Marla Gibbs, David Brenner 41. * 41. Feb. 21, 1990: Wayne Newton 42. * 42. Feb. 23, 1990: Jessica Tandy, Sam Kinison 43. * 43. Feb. 26, 1990: Rutger Hauer, Jan Hooks, Nora Dunn, Victoria Jackson 44. * 44. March 6, 1990: Linda Gray 45. * 45. March 8, 1990: Susan Saint James 46. * 46. March 20, 1990: Jaclyn Smith 47. * 47. March 23, 1990: Anthony Quinn and 3 of his children, Russian models 48. * 48. March 30, 1990: Meredith Vieira, Kim Zimmer, Faith Daniels 49. * 49. April 2, 1990: Billy Dee Williams, college hazing 50. * 50. April 3, 1990: Paula Zahn, Harry Smith (American journalist) 51. * 51. April 5, 1990: Lea Thompson, Cheryl Ladd, Ricki Lake, Dave Coulier, Nancy Wilson (jazz singer) 52. * 52. April 26, 1990: Lily Tomlin 53. * 53. April 27, 1990: Dudley Moore 54. * 54. April 30, 1990: Phil Donahue 55. * 55. May 1, 1990: Eva Marie Saint 56. * 56. May 3, 1990: Lou Diamond Phillips, Jerry Seinfeld, the sons of Billy Tipton, who was revealed to be trangendered after his death. 57. * 57. May 4, 1990: Howard Stern, Angela Bowie 58. * 58. Angie Dickinson (1990) 59. * 59. Janet Leigh (1990) 60. * 60. Eva Gabor (1990) 61. * 61. Valerie Harper (1990) 62. * 62. Judith Light (1990) 63. * 63. Ed Begley Jr., Gloria Steinem, Brainwashing To Lose Weight 64. * 64. Elvis Impersonators, Genie Francis, Bedroom Secrets 65. * 65. Flo Anthony, Julie Andrews, Ben Kingsley, Peabo Bryson 66. * 66. Garth Brooks, Stephanie Davis, Bill Zwecker And Rita Rudner 67. * 67. Gary Coleman, Melissa Manchester, Infertility Nightmares 68. * 68. George Burns, Topics Include Earthquake Survivors And Their Rescuers 69. * 69. Geraldo Rivera, Bernard Caraballo, Karyn Marshall, Special Baby Deliveries 70. * 70. Gossip, Gary Morton, Altovise Davis, Shirlee Fonda 71. * 71. Hair Transplant, Andrea Joyce, Harry Smith, Dexter Benjamin, Families In The War In Saudi Arabia, Florence Quivar 72. * 72. I Love Lucy 40th Anniversary, John Michael Howson, Bart Andrews, Bob Schiller, Bob Weiskopf, Irma Kusely, Keith Thibodeaux, Desi Arnaz Jr. 73. * 73. Classic sitcom stars Joyce DeWitt, Bob Denver, Robert Reed, Donna Douglas 74. * 74. James Earl Jones, Weight Loss 75. * 75. Jamie Foster Brown, Kristina Lyn, Joseph Marcell, Tatyana Ali, Alfonso Ribeiro, Karyn Parsons, James Avery, Janet Hubert, Will Smith 76. * 76. Jamie Lee Curtis, Holly Fulger, Andrea Reynolds, Reuniting People, Michael Castner 77. * 77. Jane Seymour, Near Death Experiences, Valerie Simpson, Nickolas Ashford 78. * 78. Jeffrey Lyons, Bobby Rydell, Martha Reeves, Tab Hunter 79. * 79. Jesse Nash, Della Reese, KaHo Foxx, LaWanda Page, Jackée 80. * 80. Joan Chen, Russ Tamblyn, Dana Ashbrook Twin Peaks 90s, Jeff Bergman Bugs Bunny 50th Anniversary, Family Secrets Male Impotence, 81. * 81. John Ritter, Richard Thomas{{dn|date=November 2019]}, Pig Tricks, Take Back Your Neighborhood, Plastic Surgery, David Benoit 82. * 82. John Travolta, Sugar Ray Leonard, Richard Simmons And Topics Include Obese People 83. * 83. Little Richard, Jackie Collins And Mariette Hartley Talks About Her Father's Suicide (1989) 84. * 84. Marvin Hamlisch, Terre Hamlisch, Anonymous Sperm Donor, Kim Novak (1989) 85. * 85. Michael Castner, David Brenner 86. * 86. Michael David Morrison, Jon Hensley, Andrew Kavovit, Debbie Gibson, Phoebe Legere 87. * 87. Mimi Torchin, Gay Men Who Sleep With Straight Men 88. * 88. Nancy Reagan, Steve Garvey And Candace Garvey 89. * 89. New York firefighters, Jane Pauley, adult Videos, Stay At Home Mom's VS Working Mom's 90. * 90. Pamela Des Barres, Smelly Feet, Millionaire Women 91. * 91. Patti D'Arbanville, Kicking Adult Children Out Of The House 92. * 92. Pee-Wee Herman, Jack Wagner, Kristina Malandro And Topics Include A Hollywood Squares Reunion And A Beverly Hills Real Estate Agen Celebrity-Spotting Contest 93. * 93. Phil Donahue, Donahue Childhood Friends, The Hollywood Kids, Who Can You Trust 94. * 94. Randy Travis, Tortelvis, Butt Mon, Phone Terrorism, Michael Feinstein 95. * 95. Roddy McDowall, Matt Buatta, Topic About Disability 96. * 96. The Hollywood Kids, Robert Blake 97. * 97. The Hollywood Kids, Tori Spelling, Brian Austin Green (1992) 98. * 98. Todd Bridges, Danny Bonaduce, Paul Petersen, Home Improvement Horror Stories, Pat Collins, Eva Gabor, Arnold The Pig 99. * 99. Tom Arnold, Roseanne Barr 100. * 100. Tyne Daly, Shari Lewis, Jean Craig, Isadore Rosenfeld, M.D., James Earl Jones, Robert Earl Jones 101. * 101. Wayne Newton 102. * 102. Whoopi Goldberg And Topics Include Hypnosis For Weight Loss And Complusive Lovers And Their Women 103. * 103. William Shatner, Dealing With Pet Loss, Rhonda Hansome 104. * 104. Zsa Zsa Gabor, Faith Ford And Topics Include Slaves To Sex And Sun (1989)
  • The Joan Rivers Show is an American talk show hosted by comedian Joan Rivers that premiered on September 5, 1989 in broadcast syndication. The show aired for four seasons and ended in 1993. The show was nominated for numerous Emmy Awards, with Rivers winning the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host in 1990. The series was produced by PGHM Productions, Joan Rivers's production company in association with Tribune Entertainment, and distributed by Paramount Domestic Television for its first season and Tribune Entertainment for its final three seasons. In the mid-1990s the show was repeated on E! for several months. Repeats aired on the Decades TV network from January to August 2019, and currently (as of February, 2020) 128 episodes are available for free streaming on the Vidmark app, and the Roku Channel on the Roku store. Rivers had previously hosted a late-night talk show entitled The Late Show with Joan Rivers which dropped her as the host in May 1987. Although over 700 exist, here is a list of the 128 episodes currently available on Roku: 1. * 1. Sept. 8, 1989: Kim Novak, Marvin Hamlisch 2. * 2. Sept. 12, 1989: Donna Mills, Rain Pryor 3. * 3. Sept. 22, 1989: Bob Hope, Candida Royalle 4. * 4. Sept. 26, 1989: Boy George, Joy Behar 5. * 5. Sept. 27, 1989: Leslie Uggams, Roxanne Pulitzer, Paul Linke 6. * 6. Oct. 3, 1989: Geraldo Rivera 7. * 7. Oct. 16, 1989: Malcolm Forbes 8. * 8. Oct. 17, 1989: John Travolta, Sugar Ray Leonard, Richard Simmons 9. * 9. Oct. 18, 1989: Pamela Des Barres, Barbara Gardner Proctor, Adrien Arpel (aka. Adrienne Arpel) 10. * 10. Oct. 23, 1989: Roddy McDowall 11. * 11. Oct. 26, 1989: Anthony Quinn, Renée Taylor, Joseph Bologna 12. * 12. Nov. 1, 1989: Elizabeth Ashley, Virginia Graham, Paul Peterson, Angela Cartwright, Stanley Livingston 13. * 13. Nov. 2, 1989: Whoopi Goldberg 14. * 14. Nov. 6, 1989: Joan Van Ark, Howie Mandel 15. * 15. Nov. 8, 1989: Pee Wee Herman, Larry Hagman, John Davidson (entertainer), Shadoe Stevens 16. * 16. Nov. 9, 1989: Jackée Harry, Peter Horton, Timothy Busfield, Melanie Mayron, Polly Draper, Marshall Herskovitz, Wolfgang Puck, Barbara Lazaroff 17. * 17. Nov. 10, 1989: Little Richard, Jackie Collins, Mariette Hartley 18. * 18. Nov. 13, 1989: Zsa Zsa Gabor, Faith Ford 19. * 19. Nov. 15, 1989: Louie Anderson 20. * 20. Nov. 16, 1989: Patti D'Arbanville 21. * 21. Nov. 21, 1989: Malcolm-Jamal Warner, a prostitute, a lesbian nun, an obese woman, a female-impersonator 22. * 22. Nov. 22, 1989: The Chippendales strippers, Robin Byrd, Ruth Westheimer 23. * 23. Nov. 29, 1989: Debbie Reynolds, Martina Navratilova, Randy Crawford 24. * 24. Dec. 4, 1989: Robert Klein, Linda Dano 25. * 25. Dec. 6, 1989: Robin Leach 26. * 26. Dec. 8, 1989: Ed Begley, Jr., Gloria Steinem 27. * 27. Dec. 19, 1989: George Burns 28. * 28. Dec. 20, 1989: David Hasselhoff, Diane Ladd 29. * 29. Jan. 5, 1990: Brooke Shields, Herve Villechaize 30. * 30. Jan. 10, 1990: Gary Coleman, Melissa Manchester 31. * 31. Jan. 11, 1990: Mary Frann, Byron Allen 32. * 32. Jan. 16, 1990: Betty White, porn stars Jerry Butler (actor), Rebecca Steele, Charisma Arquette 33. * 33. Jan. 17, 1990: Nancy Reagan, Steve Garvey and his wife Candace 34. * 34. Jan. 30, 1990: Rita Moreno 35. * 35. Feb. 6, 1990: George Foreman, The Disappearance of Johnny Gosch 36. * 36. Feb. 7, 1990: Robert Wuhl, Ana-Alicia 37. * 37. Feb. 8, 1990: James Earl Jones, Women who underwent weight-loss procedures that failed 38. * 38. Feb. 14, 1990: Nell Carter, Unusual dating services for the handicapped, obese, and by astrology 39. * 39. Feb. 15, 1990: John Lithgow, Stella Stevens, Dorothy Hamill, Clint Holmes 40. * 40. Feb. 20, 1990: Marla Gibbs, David Brenner 41. * 41. Feb. 21, 1990: Wayne Newton 42. * 42. Feb. 23, 1990: Jessica Tandy, Sam Kinison 43. * 43. Feb. 26, 1990: Rutger Hauer, Jan Hooks, Nora Dunn, Victoria Jackson 44. * 44. March 6, 1990: Linda Gray 45. * 45. March 8, 1990: Susan Saint James 46. * 46. March 20, 1990: Jaclyn Smith 47. * 47. March 23, 1990: Anthony Quinn and 3 of his children, Russian models 48. * 48. March 30, 1990: Meredith Vieira, Kim Zimmer, Faith Daniels 49. * 49. April 2, 1990: Billy Dee Williams, college hazing 50. * 50. April 3, 1990: Paula Zahn, Harry Smith (American journalist) 51. * 51. April 5, 1990: Lea Thompson, Cheryl Ladd, Ricki Lake, Dave Coulier, Nancy Wilson (jazz singer) 52. * 52. April 26, 1990: Lily Tomlin 53. * 53. April 27, 1990: Dudley Moore 54. * 54. April 30, 1990: Phil Donahue 55. * 55. May 1, 1990: Eva Marie Saint 56. * 56. May 3, 1990: Lou Diamond Phillips, Jerry Seinfeld, the sons of Billy Tipton, who was revealed to be trangendered after his death. 57. * 57. May 4, 1990: Howard Stern, Angela Bowie 58. * 58. May 7, 1990: Dom DeLuise 59. * 59. May 8, 1990: Joan Chen, Russ Tamblyn, Dana Ashbrook, Jeff Bergman 60. * 60. May 11, 1990: Roseanne Barr, Tom Arnold, Eddie Rabbit 61. * 61. May 15, 1990: Eva Gabor, Todd Bridges, Danny Bonaduce, Paul Peterson 62. * 62. May 18, 1990: Angie Dickinson 63. * 63. May 21, 1990: Alex Rocco, Telma Hopkins, clips of Joan's final interview with Jill Ireland 64. * 64. May 22, 1990: Alan Thicke, a police psychic, retired prostitutes 65. * 65. Flo Anthony, Julie Andrews, Ben Kingsley, Peabo Bryson 66. * 66. Garth Brooks, Stephanie Davis, Bill Zwecker And Rita Rudner 67. * 67. Janet Leigh 68. * 68. Florence Henderson, obese porn stars 69. * 69. Geraldo Rivera, Bernard Caraballo, Karyn Marshall, Special Baby Deliveries 70. * 70. Gossip, Gary Morton, Altovise Davis, Shirlee Fonda 71. * 71. Valerie Harper 72. * 72. I Love Lucy 40th Anniversary, John Michael Howson, Bart Andrews, Bob Schiller, Bob Weiskopf, Irma Kusely, Keith Thibodeaux, Desi Arnaz Jr. 73. * 73. Classic sitcom stars Joyce DeWitt, Bob Denver, Robert Reed, Donna Douglas 74. * 74. Judith Light 75. * 75. Jamie Foster Brown, Kristina Lyn, Joseph Marcell, Tatyana Ali, Alfonso Ribeiro, Karyn Parsons, James Avery, Janet Hubert, Will Smith 76. * 76. Jamie Lee Curtis, Holly Fulger, Andrea Reynolds, Reuniting People, Michael Castner 77. * 77. Jane Seymour, Near Death Experiences, Valerie Simpson, Nickolas Ashford 78. * 78. Jeffrey Lyons, Bobby Rydell, Martha Reeves, Tab Hunter 79. * 79. Jesse Nash, Della Reese, KaHo Foxx, LaWanda Page, Jackée 80. * 80. Tyne Daly 81. * 81. John Ritter, Richard Thomas{{dn|date=November 2019]}, Pig Tricks, Take Back Your Neighborhood, Plastic Surgery, David Benoit 82. * 82. Joan Collins (1991) 83. * 83. Joan Collins (1992) 84. * 84. Susan Lucci (1993) 85. * 85. Michael Castner, David Brenner 86. * 86. Michael David Morrison, Jon Hensley, Andrew Kavovit, Debbie Gibson, Phoebe Legere 87. * 87. Mimi Torchin, Gay Men Who Sleep With Straight Men 88. * 88. Nancy Reagan, Steve Garvey And Candace Garvey 89. * 89. New York firefighters, Jane Pauley, adult Videos, Stay At Home Mom's VS Working Mom's 90. * 90. Pamela Des Barres, Smelly Feet, Millionaire Women 91. * 91. Patti D'Arbanville, Kicking Adult Children Out Of The House 92. * 92. Pee-Wee Herman, Jack Wagner, Kristina Malandro And Topics Include A Hollywood Squares Reunion And A Beverly Hills Real Estate Agen Celebrity-Spotting Contest 93. * 93. Phil Donahue, Donahue Childhood Friends, The Hollywood Kids, Who Can You Trust 94. * 94. Randy Travis, Tortelvis, Butt Mon, Phone Terrorism, Michael Feinstein 95. * 95. Roddy McDowall, Matt Buatta, Topic About Disability 96. * 96. The Hollywood Kids, Robert Blake 97. * 97. The Hollywood Kids, Tori Spelling, Brian Austin Green (1992) 98. * 98. Todd Bridges, Danny Bonaduce, Paul Petersen, Home Improvement Horror Stories, Pat Collins, Eva Gabor, Arnold The Pig 99. * 99. Tom Arnold, Roseanne Barr 100. * 100. Tyne Daly, Shari Lewis, Jean Craig, Isadore Rosenfeld, M.D., James Earl Jones, Robert Earl Jones 101. * 101. Wayne Newton 102. * 102. Whoopi Goldberg And Topics Include Hypnosis For Weight Loss And Complusive Lovers And Their Women 103. * 103. William Shatner, Dealing With Pet Loss, Rhonda Hansome 104. * 104. Zsa Zsa Gabor, Faith Ford And Topics Include Slaves To Sex And Sun (1989)
  • The Joan Rivers Show is an American talk show hosted by comedian Joan Rivers that premiered on September 5, 1989 in broadcast syndication. The show aired for four seasons and ended in 1993. The show was nominated for numerous Emmy Awards, with Rivers winning the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host in 1990. The series was produced by PGHM Productions, Joan Rivers's production company in association with Tribune Entertainment, and distributed by Paramount Domestic Television for its first season and Tribune Entertainment for its final three seasons. In the mid-1990s the show was repeated on E! for several months. Repeats aired on the Decades TV network from January to August 2019, and currently (as of February, 2020) 128 episodes are available for free streaming on the Vidmark app, and the Roku Channel on the Roku store. Rivers had previously hosted a late-night talk show entitled The Late Show with Joan Rivers which dropped her as the host in May 1987. Although over 700 exist, here is a list of the 128 episodes currently available on Roku: 1. * 1. Sept. 8, 1989: Kim Novak, Marvin Hamlisch 2. * 2. Sept. 12, 1989: Donna Mills, Rain Pryor 3. * 3. Sept. 22, 1989: Bob Hope, Candida Royalle 4. * 4. Sept. 26, 1989: Boy George, Joy Behar 5. * 5. Sept. 27, 1989: Leslie Uggams, Roxanne Pulitzer, Paul Linke 6. * 6. Oct. 3, 1989: Geraldo Rivera 7. * 7. Oct. 16, 1989: Malcolm Forbes 8. * 8. Oct. 17, 1989: John Travolta, Sugar Ray Leonard, Richard Simmons 9. * 9. Oct. 18, 1989: Pamela Des Barres, Barbara Gardner Proctor, Adrien Arpel (aka. Adrienne Arpel) 10. * 10. Oct. 23, 1989: Roddy McDowall 11. * 11. Oct. 26, 1989: Anthony Quinn, Renée Taylor, Joseph Bologna 12. * 12. Nov. 1, 1989: Elizabeth Ashley, Virginia Graham, Paul Peterson, Angela Cartwright, Stanley Livingston 13. * 13. Nov. 2, 1989: Whoopi Goldberg 14. * 14. Nov. 6, 1989: Joan Van Ark, Howie Mandel 15. * 15. Nov. 8, 1989: Pee Wee Herman, Larry Hagman, John Davidson (entertainer), Shadoe Stevens 16. * 16. Nov. 9, 1989: Jackée Harry, Peter Horton, Timothy Busfield, Melanie Mayron, Polly Draper, Marshall Herskovitz, Wolfgang Puck, Barbara Lazaroff 17. * 17. Nov. 10, 1989: Little Richard, Jackie Collins, Mariette Hartley 18. * 18. Nov. 13, 1989: Zsa Zsa Gabor, Faith Ford 19. * 19. Nov. 15, 1989: Louie Anderson 20. * 20. Nov. 16, 1989: Patti D'Arbanville 21. * 21. Nov. 21, 1989: Malcolm-Jamal Warner, a prostitute, a lesbian nun, an obese woman, a female-impersonator 22. * 22. Nov. 22, 1989: The Chippendales strippers, Robin Byrd, Ruth Westheimer 23. * 23. Nov. 29, 1989: Debbie Reynolds, Martina Navratilova, Randy Crawford 24. * 24. Dec. 4, 1989: Robert Klein, Linda Dano 25. * 25. Dec. 6, 1989: Robin Leach 26. * 26. Dec. 8, 1989: Ed Begley, Jr., Gloria Steinem 27. * 27. Dec. 19, 1989: George Burns 28. * 28. Dec. 20, 1989: David Hasselhoff, Diane Ladd 29. * 29. Jan. 5, 1990: Brooke Shields, Herve Villechaize 30. * 30. Jan. 10, 1990: Gary Coleman, Melissa Manchester 31. * 31. Jan. 11, 1990: Mary Frann, Byron Allen 32. * 32. Jan. 16, 1990: Betty White, porn stars Jerry Butler (actor), Rebecca Steele, Charisma Arquette 33. * 33. Jan. 17, 1990: Nancy Reagan, Steve Garvey and his wife Candace 34. * 34. Jan. 30, 1990: Rita Moreno 35. * 35. Feb. 6, 1990: George Foreman, The Disappearance of Johnny Gosch 36. * 36. Feb. 7, 1990: Robert Wuhl, Ana-Alicia 37. * 37. Feb. 8, 1990: James Earl Jones, Women who underwent weight-loss procedures that failed 38. * 38. Feb. 14, 1990: Nell Carter, Unusual dating services for the handicapped, obese, and by astrology 39. * 39. Feb. 15, 1990: John Lithgow, Stella Stevens, Dorothy Hamill, Clint Holmes 40. * 40. Feb. 20, 1990: Marla Gibbs, David Brenner 41. * 41. Feb. 21, 1990: Wayne Newton 42. * 42. Feb. 23, 1990: Jessica Tandy, Sam Kinison 43. * 43. Feb. 26, 1990: Rutger Hauer, Jan Hooks, Nora Dunn, Victoria Jackson 44. * 44. March 6, 1990: Linda Gray 45. * 45. March 8, 1990: Susan Saint James 46. * 46. March 20, 1990: Jaclyn Smith 47. * 47. March 23, 1990: Anthony Quinn and 3 of his children, Russian models 48. * 48. March 30, 1990: Meredith Vieira, Kim Zimmer, Faith Daniels 49. * 49. April 2, 1990: Billy Dee Williams, college hazing 50. * 50. April 3, 1990: Paula Zahn, Harry Smith (American journalist) 51. * 51. April 5, 1990: Lea Thompson, Cheryl Ladd, Ricki Lake, Dave Coulier, Nancy Wilson (jazz singer) 52. * 52. April 26, 1990: Lily Tomlin 53. * 53. April 27, 1990: Dudley Moore 54. * 54. April 30, 1990: Phil Donahue 55. * 55. May 1, 1990: Eva Marie Saint 56. * 56. May 3, 1990: Lou Diamond Phillips, Jerry Seinfeld, the sons of Billy Tipton, who was revealed to be trangendered after his death. 57. * 57. May 4, 1990: Howard Stern, Angela Bowie 58. * 58. May 7, 1990: Dom DeLuise 59. * 59. May 8, 1990: Joan Chen, Russ Tamblyn, Dana Ashbrook, Jeff Bergman 60. * 60. May 11, 1990: Roseanne Barr, Tom Arnold (actor), Eddie Rabbit 61. * 61. May 15, 1990: Eva Gabor, Todd Bridges, Danny Bonaduce, Paul Peterson 62. * 62. May 18, 1990: Angie Dickinson 63. * 63. May 21, 1990: Alex Rocco, Telma Hopkins, clips of Joan's final interview with Jill Ireland 64. * 64. May 22, 1990: Alan Thicke, a police psychic, retired prostitutes 65. * 65. Flo Anthony, Julie Andrews, Ben Kingsley, Peabo Bryson 66. * 66. Garth Brooks, Stephanie Davis, Bill Zwecker And Rita Rudner 67. * 67. Janet Leigh 68. * 68. Florence Henderson, obese porn stars 69. * 69. Geraldo Rivera, Bernard Caraballo, Karyn Marshall, Special Baby Deliveries 70. * 70. Gossip, Gary Morton, Altovise Davis, Shirlee Fonda 71. * 71. Valerie Harper 72. * 72. I Love Lucy 40th Anniversary, John Michael Howson, Bart Andrews, Bob Schiller, Bob Weiskopf, Irma Kusely, Keith Thibodeaux, Desi Arnaz Jr. 73. * 73. Classic sitcom stars Joyce DeWitt, Bob Denver, Robert Reed, Donna Douglas 74. * 74. Judith Light 75. * 75. Jamie Foster Brown, Kristina Lyn, Joseph Marcell, Tatyana Ali, Alfonso Ribeiro, Karyn Parsons, James Avery, Janet Hubert, Will Smith 76. * 76. Jamie Lee Curtis, Holly Fulger, Andrea Reynolds, Reuniting People, Michael Castner 77. * 77. Jane Seymour, Near Death Experiences, Valerie Simpson, Nickolas Ashford 78. * 78. Jeffrey Lyons, Bobby Rydell, Martha Reeves, Tab Hunter 79. * 79. Jesse Nash, Della Reese, KaHo Foxx, LaWanda Page, Jackée 80. * 80. Tyne Daly 81. * 81. John Ritter, Richard Thomas{{dn|date=November 2019]}, Pig Tricks, Take Back Your Neighborhood, Plastic Surgery, David Benoit 82. * 82. Joan Collins (1991) 83. * 83. Joan Collins (1992) 84. * 84. Susan Lucci (1993) 85. * 85. Michael Castner, David Brenner 86. * 86. Michael David Morrison, Jon Hensley, Andrew Kavovit, Debbie Gibson, Phoebe Legere 87. * 87. Mimi Torchin, Gay Men Who Sleep With Straight Men 88. * 88. Nancy Reagan, Steve Garvey And Candace Garvey 89. * 89. New York firefighters, Jane Pauley, adult Videos, Stay At Home Mom's VS Working Mom's 90. * 90. Pamela Des Barres, Smelly Feet, Millionaire Women 91. * 91. Patti D'Arbanville, Kicking Adult Children Out Of The House 92. * 92. Pee-Wee Herman, Jack Wagner, Kristina Malandro And Topics Include A Hollywood Squares Reunion And A Beverly Hills Real Estate Agen Celebrity-Spotting Contest 93. * 93. Phil Donahue, Donahue Childhood Friends, The Hollywood Kids, Who Can You Trust 94. * 94. Randy Travis, Tortelvis, Butt Mon, Phone Terrorism, Michael Feinstein 95. * 95. Roddy McDowall, Matt Buatta, Topic About Disability 96. * 96. The Hollywood Kids, Robert Blake 97. * 97. The Hollywood Kids, Tori Spelling, Brian Austin Green (1992) 98. * 98. Todd Bridges, Danny Bonaduce, Paul Petersen, Home Improvement Horror Stories, Pat Collins, Eva Gabor, Arnold The Pig 99. * 99. Tom Arnold, Roseanne Barr 100. * 100. Tyne Daly, Shari Lewis, Jean Craig, Isadore Rosenfeld, M.D., James Earl Jones, Robert Earl Jones 101. * 101. Wayne Newton 102. * 102. Whoopi Goldberg And Topics Include Hypnosis For Weight Loss And Complusive Lovers And Their Women 103. * 103. William Shatner, Dealing With Pet Loss, Rhonda Hansome 104. * 104. Zsa Zsa Gabor, Faith Ford And Topics Include Slaves To Sex And Sun (1989)
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