TV Guide and TV Land Join Forces To Count Down The 100 Most Unexpected TV Moments Week-long Primetime Salute Kicks Off on TV Land

Monday, December 5 at 10 P.M. ET/PT



Special Issue of TV Guide Magazine Hits Newsstands Thursday, December 1



    NEW YORK, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- From the "Heidi-Bowl" to Muhammad Ali
 raising the torch at The 1996 Olympics to Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction
 at The Superbowl, television has provided some of the most significant and
 surprising moments in history. Building on the success of 2004's 100 Most
 Memorable TV Moments, TV Land will premiere TV Guide and TV Land Present: The
 100 Most Unexpected TV Moments on Monday, December 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. This
 five-part special -- which coincides with the December 1 publication of TV
 Guide's editorial feature -- looks at some of the most unexpected milestones
 in television history. Topics to be covered will range from the Al and Tipper
 kiss to Frank Sinatra being surprised by the appearance of his new bride, Mia
 Farrow, on What's My Line?
     TV Guide Magazine, the premiere source for television and entertainment,
 and TV Land, the classic TV experts, have partnered to narrow down the 100
 most hilarious, significant, influential and shocking TV moments of all time
 with this premiere and a companion issue of TV Guide Magazine. This five-night
 series of one-hour specials reflects on more than 50 years of outstanding
 televised moments spanning the spectrum of TV genres, including news, dramas,
 soaps, comedies, talk shows and sports. The TV Land special is produced by Gay
 Rosenthal Productions.
     100 Most Unexpected TV Moments on TV Land features archival clips,
 original interviews and rare appearances by celebrities who discuss the impact
 of television's most unanticipated moments. From the surprising reunion of
 Sonny and Cher on Late Night with David Letterman to the bewildering
 St. Elsewhere finale to the infamous Janet Jackson Superbowl incident, this
 countdown special showcases the moments that have become indelibly etched in
 our memories and continue to stand the test of time.
     "TV Land continues to create originals that celebrate all that is special
 about television's rich history," explains Larry W. Jones, President, TV Land
 and Nick at Nite. "We are thrilled to again partner our expertise in classic
 television with TV Guide's rich history of covering the entertainment industry
 to bring our originals to a whole new level. The 100 Most Unexpected TV
 Moments enables us both to look back at these significant moments which have
 had a profound impact on our lives."
 
     Highlights from the 100 Moments Include:
 
      *  1 moment from the 1950s; 14 in the 1960s; 18 in the 1970s; 17 from the
         1980s; 25 moments from the 1990s and 25 moments beginning 2000 and on.
 
      *  8 Talk Show Moments such as when Sony and Cher reunited on Late Night
         with David Letterman for "I've Got You Babe."
 
      *  8 Game Show Moments like when contestant Yolanda Bowersley's top came
         down on The Price is Right
 
      *  12 Sports Moments including 3 Olympic Moments such as Muhammad Ali
         making a surprise appearance to light the torch at the
         1996 Summer Olympics.
 
     100 Most Unexpected TV Moments is a Gay Rosenthal Production produced
 exclusively for TV Land. Executive Producers are Gay Rosenthal and Paul
 Barrosse from Gay Rosenthal Productions and Sal Maniaci, Senior Vice
 President, TV Land and Nick at Nite, Development and Original Production.
 Nicholas Caprio of Gay Rosenthal Productions is Co-Executive Producer.
 
     The following are episode descriptions for TV Guide and TV Land Present:
 The 100 Most Unexpected TV Moments (all times ET/PT):
 
     Monday, December 5, 10 p.m. Moments 100-81, (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
     First of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented,
 beginning with moment #100 and ending with moment #81, including clips from
 Roseanne, South Park, Steambath, Match Game, and The Family Guy and several
 others.  This installment also features commentary from Carl Reiner, Melissa
 Rivers, Tommy Smothers, Penn & Teller, Jenna Fisher and several Hollywood
 notables.
 
     Tuesday, December 6, 10 p.m., Moments 80-61, (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
     Second of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are
 presented, beginning with moment #80 and ending with moment #61, including
 clips from Saturday Night Live, Mary Hartman Mary Hartman, Get Christie Love,
 The 2005 Masters Tournament, The Mike Douglas Show and several others.  This
 installment also features commentary from John Stossel, William Shatner, Doris
 Roberts, Greg Gumbel, Jim Nantz and several others.
 
     Wednesday, December 7, 10 p.m., Moments 60-41, (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
     Third of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are presented,
 beginning with moment #60 and ending with moment #41, including clips from The
 Larry Sanders Show, Cop Rock, Password, I Married Dora, the 1968 Democratic
 National Convention, Late Night with David Letterman and several others.  This
 installment also features commentary from Norman Lear, Michael Imperioli, Ted
 Koppel, Chris Matthews and several others.
 
     Thursday, December 8, 10 p.m., Moments 40-21, (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
     Fourth of five shows, in which twenty moments over five acts are
 presented, beginning with moment #40 and ending with moment #21, including
 clips from The Steve Allen Show, The West Wing, the 1984 Summer Olympics,
 Thirtysomething and CBS Evening News.  This installment also features
 commentary from Ed McMahon, Sheryl Crow, Louie Anderson, Walter Cronkite and
 several others.
 
     Friday, December 9, 10 p.m., Moments 20-1, (Close Caption) (TV-PG)
     Fifth and final show, in which twenty moments over five acts are
 presented, beginning with moment #20 and ending with moment #1, including
 clips from Six Feet Under, Seinfeld, The Smothers Brothers, Dallas, Newhart,
 Nightline and several others.  This installment also features commentary from
 Darren Star, Patrick Duffy, Mo'Nique, Pete Townshend, Bob Newhart and several
 others.
 
     Below is the complete list of The 100 Most Unexpected TV Moments:
 
      100   HOGAN'S HEROES   THE UNLIKELY POW CAMP COMEDY. (9/17/65)
 
      99    SNL DEBBIE DOWNER CRACK UP (5/1/04)
 
      98    BATTLESTAR GALACTICA IN THE FIRST SEASON FINALE, BOOMER IS
            REVEALED AS A CYLON, LEAVES ADMIRAL ADAMA FOR DEAD. (1/24/05)
 
      97    ROSEANNE IN "A STASH FROM THE PAST," ROSEANNE FINDS POT AND
            LECTURES DAVID, THEN PARTAKES WITH DAN AND JACKIE. LATER THEY
            REALIZE THE STASH WAS THEIR OWN FROM YEARS AGO. (10/5/93)
 
      96    YOU'RE IN THE PICTURE   JACKIE GLEASON'S GAME SHOW BOMB, MAKES
            APOLOGY. (1/27/61)
 
      95    FAMILY GUY   FOX'S FAILED SERIES ARE SPOOFED IN THE EPISODE
            "NORTH BY NORTH QUAHOG."  (5/1/05)
 
      94    VH1 FASHION AWARDS   JIM CARREY INTRODUCES ROLLING STONES WEARING A
            FIG LEAF. (10/28/97)
 
      93    SOUTH PARK   THE S*** SHOW. 162 UTTERANCES IN EPISODE
            "IT HITS THE FAN."  (6/20/01)
 
      92    THE FLYING NUN   SALLY FIELD SERVES GOD, TAKES FLIGHT. (9/7/67)
 
      91    SEX AND THE CITY -- IN SERIES FINALE, BIG'S NAME REVEALED ON
            CARRIE'S CELL PHONE.  (2/22/04)
 
      90    WILL & GRACE   OVER CENSORS' OBJECTIONS, KAREN ADVISES LORRAINE:
            "EAT ME." (5/8/03)
 
      89    VMAS   COURTNEY LOVE CRASHES MADONNA'S INTERVIEW. (9/7/95)
 
      88    SOAP   JESSICA EXORCISES THE DEVIL FROM GRANDSON WITH IMPASSIONED
            SPEECH. (3/15/79)
 
      87    DAYTIME EMMYS   SUSAN LUCCI WINS EMMY AFTER EIGHTEEN LOSSES.
            (5/21/99)
 
      86    STEAMBATH -- BILL BIXBY & VALERIE PERRINE IN THE NUDE, SLIPPED BY
            CENSORS (5/4/73)
 
      85    2003 VMAS   THREE-WAY KISS: MADONNA, BRITNEY, & CHRISTINA.
            (8/28/03)
 
      84    THE DATING GAME   PAUL LYNDE IS BACHELOR #1. CONTESTANT: "I'VE JUST
            GIVEN YOU BACHELOR #2. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH HIM?" LYNDE:
            "GO DANCING!"  (6/1/68)
 
      83    THE SURREAL LIFE   TELEVANGELIST TAMMY FAYE MEETS PORN STAR RON
            JEREMY. (1/11/04)
 
      82    MATCH GAME   PANEL REVOLTS: STOPS THE SHOW WHEN THEY DON'T AGREE
            WITH JUDGES. LEGENDARY "SCHOOL RIOT." (7/8/77)
 
      81    DUKES OF HAZZARD   COUSINS "COY" AND "VANCE" REPLACE ORIGINAL "BO"
            AND "LUKE" AFTER CONTRACT DISPUTE. (9/24/82)
 
      80    AMERICAN IDOL   WILLIAM HUNG'S "SHE BANGS" (1/27/04)
 
      79    20/20 STOSSEL SLAPPED BY WWF CHAMP 'DR. D'. WRESTLER BANNED,
            STOSSEL COLLECTS. (2/21/85)
 
      78    SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE   LORNE MICHAELS OFFERS $3000 TO BEATLES FOR
            REUNION. (4/24/76)
 
      77    FAMILY FEUD   FRED BAEDEKER BOMBS OUT ON THE BIG BOARD WITH INSANE
            ANSWERS. (8/9/76)
 
      76    1977 SCIENCE FICTION FILM AWARDS   HOST WILLIAM SHATNER SINGS
            "ROCKET MAN." (1/21/78)
 
      75    1994 VMAS   MICHAEL JACKSON AND BRIDE LISA MARIE PRESLEY "KISS."
            (9/8/94)
 
      74    '01 INAUGURAL   BUSH DANCES WITH RICKY MARTIN. (01/18/01)
 
      73    MARRIED ...  WITH CHILDREN   BUNDY'S ADOPT NEPHEW, WHO PROMPTLY
            DISAPPEARS. MONTHS LATER, PICTURE APPEARS ON MILK CARTON. (4/24/94)
 
      72    HARDBALL   BLUE DOG DEMOCRAT ZELL MILLER CONFRONTS CHRIS MATTHEWS
            DURING THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION IN NEW YORK CITY.
            (9/1/04)
 
      71    MARY HARTMAN, MARY HARTMAN DROWNING BY CHICKEN SOUP. (3/4/76)
 
      70    NEWLYWEDS: NICK & JESSICA   JESSICA SIMPSON'S "CHICKEN BY THE SEA"
            MOMENT.  IS IT CHICKEN OR FISH? (8/19/03)
 
      69    '00 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, LOS ANGELES   AL KISSES TIPPER.
            (8/17/2000)
 
      68    THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW   ROB OPENS CLOSET DOOR; WALNUTS AND LAURA
            SPILL OUT. (2/6/63)
 
      67    THE MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW -- JOHN LENNON & YOKO ONO CO-HOST. MUSICAL
            GUEST CHUCK BERRY PLAYS "JOHNNY B. GOODE," ACCOMPANIED BY WAILING
            ONO. (2/16/72)
 
      66    FELICITY   THE HAIRCUT. (10/3/99) - USING ONLY STILLS AND NEWS
            FOOTAGE
 
      65    GET CHRISTIE LOVE!   IN THE ORIGINAL MOVIE OF THE WEEK,
            CHRISTIE POSES AS HOOKER, CALLED "N*****." "NO, N***** LOVER."
            (1/22/74)
 
      64    THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW   PHYLLIS'S BROTHER IS GAY. (1/13/73)
 
      63    2005 MASTERS TOURNAMENT   TIGER WOODS' TRULY AMAZING SHOT.
            (4/10/05)
 
      62    EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND   MARIE'S VAGINA SCULPTURE. (10/22/01)
 
      61    DYNASTY   THE MOLDAVIA MASSACRE. (5/15/85)
 
      60    THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW   AFTER AN OVERLY-FRIENDLY ENCOUNTER, LARRY
            QUESTIONS DAVID DUCHOVNY'S SEXUALITY IN THE EPISODE "EVERYBODY
            LOVES LARRY."  (11/13/96)
 
      59    THE STAR WARS HOLIDAY SPECIAL   THE LEGENDARY CBS GALACTIC
            SPECTACULAR. (11/17/78) PHOTOS ONLY
 
      58    FRIENDS   AT ROSS'S WEDDING IN LONDON, MONICA AND CHANDLER IN BED.
            (5/7/98)
 
      57    HERE'S LUCY   JACKIE GLEASON'S SURPRISE CAMEO AS RALPH KRAMDEN IN
            EPISODE #2, "LUCY VISITS JACK BENNY." (9/30/68)
 
      56    SOPRANOS   "LONG TERM PARKING": ADRIANNA GETS WHACKED. (5/23/04)
 
      55    JIMMY SWAGGART TELECAST   SWAGGART TEARFULLY CONFESSES TO ADULTERY
            BEFORE A NATIONAL AUDIENCE. "I HAVE SINNED AGAINST YOU AND I BEG
            YOUR FORGIVENESS!" (2/21/88)
 
      54    WHAT'S MY LINE   A BLINDFOLDED FRANK SINATRA IS ONE OF THE
            PANELISTS WHEN MIA FARROW, HIS NEW BRIDE, IS INTRODUCED AS MYSTERY
            GUEST. (11/27/66)
 
      53    COP ROCK   STEPHEN BOCHCO'S MUSICAL SALUTE. (9/26/90)
 
      52    TEXAS AT CLEVELAND   JOSE CANSECO'S INFAMOUS "HEAD-BALL" HOMER.
            (5/26/93)
 
      51    DINAH!   ANDY KAUFMAN AS "TONY CLIFTON" SAYS BULL****. (9/19/79)
 
      50    PASSWORD   JACK BENNY GIVES CLUE "ME" TO PASSWORD "MISER" (5/29/62)
 
      49    I MARRIED DORA   FINAL EPISODE ACKNOWLEDGES SHOW'S DEMISE: "IT'S
            BEEN CANCELLED." "WHAT, THE FLIGHT?" "NO, THE SERIES."   (12/18/87)
 
      48    DIANA ROSS - CONCERT IN CENTRAL PARK   STORM RAGES, FANS RAMPAGE,
            LIVE. (7/21/83)
 
      47    MORTON DOWNEY JR. SHOW   AL SHARPTON/ROY INNIS FIST FIGHT AT THE
            APOLLO. (8/30/88)
 
      46    '68 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, CHICAGO   RIOTS; MAYOR RICHARD
            DALEY MOUTHS OBSCENITIES. (8/29/68)
 
      45    LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN   SONNY AND CHER: "I'VE GOT YOU
            BABE." (11/13/87)
 
      44    BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER   MUSICAL EPISODE "ONCE MORE WITH FEELING"
            HAS TOWNSFOLK REVEALING THEIR INNERMOST THOUGHTS-IN SONG. (11/6/01)
 
      43    MTV TOWN HALL MEETING - 17 YEAR-OLD LAETITIA THOMPSON FAMOUSLY ASKS
            PRESIDENT CLINTON, "BOXERS OR BRIEFS?"  (4/19/94)
 
      42    '92 VICE-PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE   PEROT RUNNING MATE ADMIRAL JAMES
            STOCKDALE ASKS, "WHO AM I? WHY AM I HERE?" (10/13/92)
 
      41    SURVIVOR   RICHARD HATCH SLITHERS HIS WAY TO THE MILLION - IN THE
            NUDE. (7/5/2000)
 
      40    THE JERRY LEWIS TELETHON   TELETHON SHOCKER! AFTER TWENTY-YEAR
            FEUD, JERRY LEWIS AND DEAN MARTIN REUNITED BY FRANK SINATRA.
            (9/6/76)
 
      39    TWIN PEAKS   FIRST APPEARANCE OF THE DANCING DWARF. (4/19/90)
 
      38    GIMME A BREAK!   JOEY LAWRENCE APPEARS IN BLACKFACE AT NELL'S
            CHURCH BENEFIT. (12/8/84)
 
      37    THE STEVE ALLEN SHOW - ELVIS SINGS TO HOUND DOG  (7/1/56)
 
      36    THE WEST WING   LEO NOMINATED FOR V.P. (MONTHS AFTER MASSIVE HEART-
            ATTACK). (4/6/05)
 
      35    VMAS   DIANA ROSS GRAB'S LIL' KIM'S BOOB. (9/9/99)
 
      34    '72 OSCARS   SACHEEN LITTLEFEATHER ACCEPTS FOR MARLON BRANDO.
            (3/27/73) - PHOTOS
 
      33    MELROSE PLACE   KIMBERLY PULLS OFF WIG.  (4/27/94)
 
      32    24   IN FIRST SEASON FINALE, JACK'S WIFE KILLED AS CLOCK RUNS DOWN.
            (5/21/02)
 
      31    WKRP IN CINCINNATI   LIVE TURKEYS DROPPED FROM COPTER. (10/30/78)
 
      30    THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON   ED AMES AND THE TOMAHAWK
            CHOP. (4/29/65)
 
      29    '84 SUMMER OLYMPICS, LOS ANGELES   MARY DECKER/ZOLA BUDD BUMP IN
            3000 METER RUN. DECKER DECKED, BUDD BLAMED. (8/10/84)
 
      28    STAR TREK "THE CITY ON THE EDGE OF FOREVER" - JOAN COLLINS.
            (4/6/67)
 
      27    THIRTYSOMETHING   GAY COUPLE IN BED. (11/7/89)
 
      26    '68 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, CHICAGO RIOTS; WILLIAM F.
            BUCKLEY BATTLES GORE VIDAL. (8/28/68)
 
      25    LAW & ORDER   WHEN ASSISTANT DA SERENA SOUTHERLYN IS FIRED BY HER
            BOSS, SHE SHOCKS BOTH HIM AND THE AUDIENCE WITH HER REVELATION, IN
            THE FORM OF A QUESTION: "IS IT BECAUSE I'M A LESBIAN?" (1/12/05)
 
      24    THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN   DREW BARRYMORE'S TOPLESS
            BIRTHDAY SALUTE. (4/12/95)
 
      23    SURVIVOR   MICHAEL SKUPIN BURNED, MEDIVAC'D. (3/1/01)
 
      22    '88 VICE-PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE   BENTSEN TO QUAYLE:
            " ... AND SENATOR, YOU'RE NO JACK KENNEDY."  (10/5/88)
 
      21    CBS EVENING NEWS WITH WALTER CRONKITE - WALTER CRONKITE PRONOUNCES
            THE VIETNAM WAR A STALEMATE.   (2/27/68)
 
      20    SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE   BARBRA STREISAND CRASHES COFFEE TALK.
            (2/22/92)
 
      19    THE PRICE IS RIGHT   YOLANDA BOWERSLEY COMES ON DOWN, FALLS OUT OF
            TOP. (9/14/77)
 
      18    SIX FEET UNDER NATE DIES (7/31/05)
 
      17    OAKLAND AT PITTSBURGH   "IMMACULATE RECEPTION" CONSIDERED GREATEST
            PLAY IN NFL HISTORY. (12/23/72)
 
      16    CAL/STANFORD BIG GAME   WILD ENDING, BAND ON FIELD. (11/20/82)
 
      15    M*A*S*H   RADAR ANNOUNCES COL. BLAKE'S DEATH. (3/18/75)
 
      14    THE DICK CAVETT SHOW   GEORGIA GOVERNOR LESTER MADDOX WALKS OFF.
            (12/18/70)
 
      13    1996 SUMMER OLYMPICS MUHAMMAD ALI MAKES A SURPRISE APPEARANCE WITH
            THE OLYMPIC TORCH.  (7/19/96)
 
      12    ER   HELICOPTER BLADE RIPS OFF ROMANO'S ARM; SEASON LATER,
            HELICOPTER FALLS FROM ROOF, FINISHING HIM OFF.  (9/26/02, 11/20/03)
 
      11    NIGHTLINE   AL CAMPANIS CLAIMS BLACKS "LACK THE NECESSITIES" FOR
            BASEBALL MANAGEMENT. (4/6/87)
 
      10    ST. ELSEWHERE   FINALE: ENTIRE SERIES IMAGINED BY AUTISTIC CHILD.
            (5/25/88)
 
      9     '94 WINTER OLYMPICS, LILLEHAMMER   TONYA HARDING/NANCY KERRIGAN
            SCANDAL CULMINATES WITH TONYA PLEADING TEARFULLY TO JUDGES ABOUT A
            BROKEN SHOELACE. (2/25/94)
 
      8     SEINFELD   GEORGE'S FIANCEE LICKS CHEAP ENVELOPES, DIES.  (5/16/96)
 
      7     CAMPAIGN '04 DEAN SCREAM.  (1/19/04)
 
      6     THE "HEIDI-BOWL"   NBC PREEMPTS FINAL 1:05 OF JETS-RAIDERS GAME
            WITH MOVIE "HEIDI". TWO TOUCHDOWNS WENT UNSEEN BY IRATE FANS.
            (11/17/68)
 
      5     THE SMOTHERS BROTHERS COMEDY HOUR   THE WHO GOES UP IN FLAMES FOR
            "MY GENERATION" WHEN KEITH MOON OVERLOADS EXPLOSIVES IN HIS DRUMS.
            THREE INJURED. (9/17/67)
 
      4     SUPER BOWL '04   JANET JACKSON'S "WARDROBE MALFUNCTION" (2/1/04)
 
      3     DALLAS   BOBBY EWING ALIVE, SEASON NINE A DREAM.  (5/16/86)
 
      2     WBA HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP   TYSON V. HOLYFIELD. MAN BITES EAR
            STORY. (6/28/97)
 
      1     NEWHART   SERIES FINALE (5/21/90)
 
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