(The Betty Hutton Show)
346 West 41st Street
New York City, NY (Manhattan)
Goldie is a showgirl turned manicurist. She shared her apartment with roommates
Lorna Peterson & Rosemary Zandt. One day Goldie inherited a fortune from Mr.
Strickland, one of her regular customers. She also became the legal guardians of
his three teenage children, Pat, Nicky and Roy Strickland. Now well-to-do,
Goldie moved into a luxurious mansion and invited her friends Lorna and Rosemary
APPLEBY, USS (Crew of) See - O’TOOLE, Ensign
APPLEGATE, Kyle X.
(Out of This World)
Town of Marlowe, CA
Kyle X. Applegate is the mayor and later police chief in Marlowe, a small
coastal town in Northern California. Before his political career Kyle was an
actor (a la Clint Eastwood) who starred in two television series Cowboy Kyle and
The Floridian; and a number of feature films including The Good, The Bad and the
Unattractive, Gunfight at the Pretty Good Corral, a 1962 cannibalism film called
Please Don't Eat the Daileys and Gidget Goes to Gettysburg. His Cowboy Kyle
series featured Cowboy Kyle, the marshal of Laramie Heights who had a horse
named Myron and a dentist sidekick, Sheldon Moskowitz. Because he a wore fancy
ruffled shirt, Kyle earned the nickname "The Ruffleman."
c/o Caldwell Hotel
627 Lincoln Boulevard
(also 315 Lincoln Avenue)
Larry shares his apartment with his Myposian cousin, Balki Bartokomous. They
first work at Ritz Discount Store but then get jobs at a local newspaper where
Larry works as reporter & photographer. Larry and Balki later move to Apartment
209 at 711 Caldwell Avenue. The building used as their home (above the Ritz
Discount Store) is the Santa Rita Hotel, a four-story brick building located at
1100 S. Main Street on the southern edge of downtown Los Angeles, east of the
Harbor Freeway and north of the Santa Monica Freeway. When Larry marries
Jennifer they move into a house on Elm Street. (Balki & his girlfriend Mary Anne
later moved in)
Aquaman is a superhero. Born of an Atlantean mother and a human father, he lives
deep beneath the waves of the Atlantic ocean. His abilities included swimming
under water without the need for artificial oxygen support (his Atlantean blood
enables him to derive his air supply directly from the water) and the ability to
telepathically communicate with all the creatures of the ocean. Aquaman reigned
as Lord of the sunken city of Atlantis with his wife Mera and his ward, Aqualad.
Occasionally, Aquaman visited the surface world in the guise of human Arthur
Curry. However, because he derived most of his strength from the sea, his visits
had to remain very brief.
NOTE: Created by Mort Weisinger and Paul Norris,
Aquaman first appeared in the 1941 comic book More Fun No. 73. Aquaman premiered
on television as part of the animated superhero series The Superman-Aquaman Hour
produced by Filmation Studios.
(Meet Corliss Archer)
32 Oak Street
Teenager Corliss lives with her parents Harry & Janet.
Los Angeles, CA (Melrose Area)
Archer is a private eye.
555-1011 (Beeper #)
c/o Evan Evans, Publisher
Evening Shade, AR
The Argus is the local newspaper for the town of Evening Shade, Arkansas. Its
publisher, Evan Evans is the father of prosecuting attorney Ava Newton, the wife
of coach Wood Newton who works at Evening Shade High School. Evan runs the town
newspaper with the help of his wife, Fontana Beausoleil, his new wife, a
stripper. A slow-witted local named Nub Oliver, delivers The Argus around town
in his little wagon nicknamed “The Chariot’s of Fire.”
Christine is a TV newswoman. During her career she worked on a sports program at
Channel 6; as co-host of Wake Up, Minneapolis; and the host of Coach Corner, a
post-game program for the Orlando Breakers NFL expansion team. Born in Kentucky,
Christine attended St. Mary‘s High School and graduated from the University of
Kentucky. While in Minneapolis she met, fell in love and married [in 1992]
Hayden Fox, a macho but well-intentioned coach of the Screaming Eagles football
team at Minnesota State University. Christine followed Hayden to Florida when he
got hired as coach for the Orlando Breakers, In 1997 Christine and Hayden
adopted a baby boy named Timothy. Eventually, the Fox family relocated back to
Minneapolis where Christine continued her career in broadcasting.
(The Wonder Years)
Anytown, USA (1960s-70s)
Kevin is a 12-year-old. Born 3/18/56, he lives in the suburbs with his family
that included Jack, his grumpy, domineering father [born 11/6/27]; Norma, his
ever-patient mother; Wayne, his obnoxious teenage brother; [he’s a bully and
calls Kevin “Butthead”]; Karen, his 16-year-old sister [she’s a hippy/flower
child]; and Buster the family dog. Kevin attended Hillcrest Grammar School and
transferred to Robert F. Kennedy Junior High and William McKinley High School.
He hangs out at the Pizza Barn with his best friends Gwendolyn “Winnie” Copper
[his off/on girlfriend who lives next door]; Becky Slater, Kevin’s backup
girlfriend and “steady date”; and his nerdy best friend Paul Pfeiffer. To make
money Kevin worked as a caddy, a store clerk at Harris and Sons Hardware, and a
delivery boy and waiter at Chong’s Chinese Restaurant. As Kevin entered the
1970s his father had left his distribution and product support job a Norcom
Enterprises to open a furniture-making business [Kevin worked as his clerk for a
time]; Karen married a guy named Michael in an outdoor “hippie” wedding and then
moved to Alaska and had a baby boy; Wayne went to work with his father and took
over his dad’s furniture business after he died; Norma was a businesswomen,
board chairman and grandmother; Paul went to Harvard and become a lawyer; and
Winnie, the love of Kevin’s life, went to Paris to study art history. When she
returned from Europe eight years later Kevin was married and the father of a
baby boy. As Kevin recalled his younger days, he reminisced. “One day you’re in
diapers, the next your gone. But the memories of childhood stay with you for the
long haul. I remember a place, a town; a house like a lot of houses; a yard like
a lot of other yards on a street like a lot of other streets. And the thing is,
after all these years, I still look back in wonder.”
ARNOLD'S Drive-In Restaurant
c/o Matsuo Takahashi, a.k.a. Arnold
2815 [or 2115] Lake Avenue
Arnold's Drive-In is the local hangout for the kids from Jefferson High School
including such regulars as Richie Cunningham, Ralph Malph, Warren "Potsy" Weber
and the cool motorcycle riding mechanic known as "The Fonz." Arnold later sold
his eatery to Alfred "Al" Delvecchio.
555-6162 [Mobile Phone]
The A-Team were falsely accused of robbing a bank in Hanoi at the close of the
Vietnam War. Hiding from the military authorities, they spend their days in the
Los Angeles underground helping people in trouble. The group consists of Col.
John "Hannibal" Smith, a master of disguise; Sgt. Bosco "B. A." Baracus, a
master mechanic; Lt. Templeton "Faceman" Peck; a handsome con-artist; and Capt.
H. M. "Howling Mad" Murdock who lives in a mental ward.
ASCN (All Sports Cable Network)
c/o R.J. Rappaport, Owner
Los Angeles, CA
ASCN is owned by the R. J. Rappaport Broadcasting System. Its sports department
produces Sports Central, Sports Chat and Sports Brief hosted by Gayle Roberts
and Bobby “Downtown” Tannen. Other staff included producer John “Mac” MacKinney;
and reporters Jeff Mussbergers and Missy Van Johnson. The station was often
visited by such sports notables as Kareen Abdul-Jabbar, Lyle Alzado, Jim Brown,
Bruce Jenner, George Forman, and Pete Rose.