LOCHSLEY, Sir Robin of
(The Adventures of Robin Hood)
Sherwood Forest, England (1190 AD)
Sir Robin of Lochsley a.k.a. "Robin Hood" is an English nobleman turned outlaw
to battle against the injustice of the Prince John and the Sheriff of
Nottingham. Robin’s allies are noble lady Maid Marian; priest Friar Tuck and
faithful "Merry Men" sidekicks John Little a.k.a. "Little John" and Will
Scarlett [both helped Robin steal from the rich and give to the poor]. Note: In
the remake Robin of Sherwood the first Robin Hood is killed off and a nobleman
called Robert of Huntington assumes the mantel of the legendary outlaw. In the
series The New Adventures of Robin Hood Robin gets a few new allies including
Kemal, a black warrior; Olwyn, a mighty sorcerer and Rowena, Olwyn’s sexy
apprentice. Other remake series featuring the Robin Hood include When Things
Were Rotten with Robin portrayed as a complete nitwit; and Maid Marion
and Her Merry Men with Maid Marion being the brains behind the Merry Men and
Robin Hood, a.k.a. Robin of Huntington portrayed as a cowardly tailor from
c/o The Sandmen
City of Domes (A.D. 2319)
Logan 5 is a police officer known as a Sandman. He is a descendant of an atomic
holocaust and lives in a huge self-contained environment called the City of
Domes. One of their traditions is called the Ceremony of the Great Sleep, in
which all persons who reach the age of 30 are required to enter "The Carousel,"
a chamber wherein participants are slowly floated into the air and then
exploded. The citizenry believe they are being reborn, but in actuality, they
are being killed as a means of population control to sustain the city. Those
refusing to enter The Carousel (known as "Runners") are pursued by Sandmen, the
city's internal police force. The Runners search for the legendary location
called "Sanctuary" whose inhabitants are free to live past the age of 30 years.
Wishing to live to a ripe old age, Logan 5 escapes the City of Domes with
Jessica 6 and Rem, their android companion. They are pursued by Francis 7, a
Sandman loyal to the Council who is charged with their termination [The Council
promised Francis 7 a seat on the Council of Elders and the right to live past
the age of 30 if he captured the runaways.] Note: The TV series is based on a
novel by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson and the motion picture
Logan's Run (1976).
Lexington, KY (in 1881)
Ned is a dashing descendant of Irish immigrants from County Cork, Ireland who
continued the family’s well-to-do legacy by running a horse and tobacco
enterprise on a farm near the city of Lexington, Kentucky. Ned’s household
included his sons Sean, and Clay, daughters Lexy and Alice; Jeremy Bradford, a
seventeen-year-old orphan; Isaac, the family's trusted black ranchhand; and
Marita, the family’s black housekeeper.
(The Man From Blackhawk)
Old West (late 1800s)
Sam is an investigator for the Chicago-based Blackwell Insurance Company. He
traveled the Old West of the 19th century settling claims and foiling schemes to
defraud the company.
LOGGINS, Adelaide "Addie"
47 Bridge Corner
When Addie's mother, Essie Mae died, she took to the road with a traveling
con-artist & Bible salesman, Moses "Moze" Pray, whom she believes is her father.
LONE GUNMEN, THE
(The X-Files/The Lone Gunmen)
The Lone Gunmen is a group of paranoid conspiracy theorists who act as an
informal think tank for agent Fox "Spooky" Mulder and who publish The Lone
Gunman/The Magic Bullet newsletter, a conspiracy oriented magazine named after
the alleged second assassin in the Kennedy assassination. Its techno-geek
members included the tall, blond spectacled Langly [communications expert]; the
bearded, well dressed Byers [information systems expert]; Frohike [he’s a
photographic and special operations expert and has a crush on FBI agent Dana
Scully] and Kenneth Suna [a.k.a. "The Thinker"], a computer hacker who accessed
classified Defense Department MJ files and was later murdered, execution-style.
The Lone Gunmen debuted in the first season episode "E.B.E." (Extra- terrestrial
Biological Entities). They formed an alliance with FBI paranormal investigator
Fox "Spooky" Mulder. Once Frohike quipped to Mulder "UFO's caused the Gulf War
Syndrome? That's why we like you, Mulder. Your theories are weirder than ours."
LONG, Michael/Michael Knight
1834 Shore Road
Michael Long [a cop] is given a change of identity to Michael Knight [after an
accident] and works for the Foundation for Law and Government. He now lives at
2457 Yearra Road, Noris, CA 93666
LONGLEY, Big Bill
Texas Territory (late 1870s)
Big Bill is a fast gun. He wandered the Texas frontier in the years following
the Civil War helping the needy along the way.
835 Chartres Street
[near the corner of Dumaine Street]
New Orleans, LA
Michael is a criminal insurance investigator. After he loses his sight in a car
explosion that also kills his wife, Ingrid. Mike returns to work at Great
Pacific Casualty Company. To compensate for his blindness, he carries an
electronic cane that calculates distances and uses a white German shepherd guide
dog named Pax. Mike’s friends include Nikki Bell, his Braille instructor; and Li
Tsung, his self-defense instructor (played by the legendary Bruce Lee). See
TV Character Bios
LOPEZ, George & Angie
(The George Lopez Show)
Rose Street & Allen Avenue
Los Angeles, CA
George, a Mexican, is a manager at an airplane parts factory. He shares his
house with his wife, Angie (she's Cuban) and their children Max and Carmen
Conzuela. George's acerbic mother, Benny lives nearby. His father abandoned him
as a child. George's close friend is his coworker Benny from the plant.
(Needles and Pins)
c/o Nathan Davidson, Owner
463 7th Avenue
New York City, NY (Manhattan)
Nathan and his brother-in-law Harry Karp manufacture women's clothing in the
garment district. Their employees are Sonia Baker, the secretary/bookkeeper;
Wendy Nelson, the clothing designer; Max, the fabric cutter; Myron Russo, the
pattern maker and Charlie Miller, their salesman.
LORENZO, Det. Sgt. Chris
4613 Fairway Drive
Palm Springs, FL
Chris is assigned to the Crimes of Passion Unit with his partner, Sgt. Rita Lee
Lance. Their cases involves society murders (a.k.a. "Silk Stalkings").
LOS ANGELES COUNTY CORONER’S OFFICE
Los Angeles, CA
Medical staff on duty include medical examiner, Dr. R. Quincy, his assistant,
Sam Fukijama, assistant deputy coroner, Dr. Robert J. Asten, Quincy’s superior,
Dr. Alice Ting, and Dr. Janet Carlisle.
LOS ANGELES SUN
(My Favorite Martian)
c/o Mr. Harry Burns, Editor
Los Angeles, CA
Mr. Burns supervises newspaper reporter Tim O'Hara who is hiding the scoop of
the century [a man from Mars] in his apartment on Elm Street.
LOS ANGELES TRIBUNE
c/o Margaret Pynchon, Publisher
Los Angeles, CA.
Newspaper staff include city editor Lou Grant, managing editor Charlie Hume,
assistant city editor Art Donovan, reporters Joe Rossi and Billie Newman McCovey,
and news photographer Dennis "Animal" Price. The art deco-style structure shown
as the Tribune building on the series is actually The Title and Guarantee and
Trust Building at 411 W. 5th Street in downtown Los Angeles.
(MacGruder & Loud)
165 North Veranda
Los Angeles, CA
Jenny is a cop. She is secretly married to Officer Malcolm MacGruder because
marriage is against departmental policy. To be near each other, Malcolm and
Jenny live in adjoining apartments that are connected by a revolving bookcase.
Malcolm lives in apartment 2A.
LOUD, Bill & wife Pat
(An American Family)
35 Wood Dale Lane
Santa Barbara, CA
The Loud's live with their children Lance, Kevin, Grant, Delilah & Michele.
Cameras followed the daily activities of the Loud family in this controversial
PBS documentary series.
LOUDON, Richard & Joanna
c/o The Stratford Inn
28 Westbrook Road
Just off Route #22
Norwich [or River City], Vermont.
Richard "Dick" is a "how-to" book writer. Joanna, his wife, is a real estate
agent. Together they run the Stratford Inn [built in 1774]. Room rates range
from $35 to $55 a night. In revolutionary times, the Inn was a brothel. Their
support staff include maid, Leslie Vanderkellen [replaced by her sister
Stephanie] and George Utley, the handyman [there's been an Utley at the
Stratford for generations]. Their nearby neighbors include three backwoods
brothers Larry, Darryl and Darryl; and Kirk Devane who owns the Minute Man Cafe.
LOVE, Det. Christine "Christie"
(Get Christie Love)
( 462-4699 [Home phone]
( 5-BAKER-5 [Police radio]
3600 La Paloma Drive
Los Angeles, CA
Christie works undercover for the Special Investigations Division. Sgt. Pete
Gallagher is her sidekick. Her boss is Lt. Matt Reardon and later Captain Ryan.
LOVE, Jim Ed
c/o J. L. Ranch
Near town of Hi Lo, TX
Jim Love is a fast-talking, unscrupulous Texas rancher. He is reportedly the
second richest man in Texas. Jim loves to wear fancy white cowboy suits and
drive a souped-up station wagon. His employees included cowpokes Ben Jones and
Howdy Lewis [both are in debt and beholding to Ed Love]. Note: The characters
are base on the novel written by Max Evans and the 1965 movie The Rounders.
LOVE BOAT (Crew of)
(The Love Boat)
c/o The Pacific Princess
Somewhere at Sea
The Love Boat a.k.a. The Pacific Princess [registered in London with the British
P & O Lines] cruised the oceans of the world inspiring numerous onboard romances
while visiting such exotic and distant ports as Mexico, Alaska, Europe, the
Orient and Australia. The crew of the Pacific Princess included Captain Merrill
Stubing; ship's physician Adam Bricker; Yeoman-Purser Burl "Gopher" Smith;
bartender Isaac Washington who roomed in cabin C-130; Cruise Director Julie
McCoy who roomed in Cabin C-125; and later cruise photographer Ashley "Ace"
Note: A new and updated version of the series resurfaced on The Love Boat:
The New Wave in 1998. It featured a new ship, the 77,000-ton Sun Princess,
that held 1,950 passengers in 1,050 cabins - more than double the number of
rooms in the UK's largest hotel, The Grosvenor. The crew this time around
included recovering alcoholic Captain Jim Kennedy III; the captain‘s pot-smoking
teenage son [who aspires to photograph nudes]; Camille Hunter, Security Officer
turned Co-Cruise Director; Chief Purser Will Sanders; Dr. John Patrick Morgan;
Bar Manager Paolo Kaire; Danny Kennedy, Cruise director, Suzanne Zimmerman
[replaced by Co-Cruise Director Nicole Jordon]; and Donald Griswald, assistant
Purser turned Security Officer.
(The New WKRP in Cincinnati)
c/o WKRP Radio Station
Suite 1412 [Ninth Floor]
Mona is a late night deejay at WKRP - "The Mighty 1530 AM." She is sexy, a Leo
and the host of "Mona Till Midnight" that airs each night at 9:00 PM. Mona
begins her show with "This is Mona Loveland. I’ll be your guide to dreamland.
It’s just you and me and music till midnight." Mona dresses in provocative
clothing and has a gambling problem. Mona replaced deejay ‘Venus Flytrap,’ a
WKRP late night legend.
(Grace & Favour)
c/o Millstone Manor
Village of Great Tender
Miss Lovelock is a former associate of the 'young' Mr. Grace, the owner of Grace
Brothers Department Store in London. She retired to the country with a group of
former Grace Brother employees when they inherited Millstone Manor upon the
death of Mr. Grace.