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This week, Brian Cronin boldly goes back to the 1980s to discover whether an episode of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" wasn't produced because it featured two gay Enterprise crew members
This week Brian Cronin pays a visit to Springfield to determine whether there's any truth to the legend that there's an unaired episode of "The Simpsons" in which Bart dies.
This week, Brian Cronin flashes back to the '80s to examine how Bill Cosby had initially intended Phylicia Rashād's character on "The Cosby Show" to be a hot-tempered female version of Ricky Ricardo.
Brian Cronin returns to uncover whether singer, actress and savvy businesswoman Dolly Parton was actually a producer on Joss Whedon's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" television series.
This week Brian Cronin is live from New York, where he investigates whether Abraham Lincoln, a llama and showgirls appear in every backstage sketch of "Saturday Night Live" since Seth Meyers become head writer.
Brian Cronin tunes in at the same Bat-time, same Bat-channel to find out if actress Julie Newmar, the original Catwoman on the '60s "Batman" TV show, really patented a pantyhose that accentuates a woman's behind.
This week, Brian Cronin is goin' down to South Park to determining whether it's true that aliens have made an appearance in every episode of the long-running animated series.
This week Brian Cronin travels back to 1990 to discover whether an episode of "Quantum Leap" predicted the outcome of Super Bowl XXX, the 1996 face-off between the Dallas Cowboys and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
This week, Brian Cronin beams aboard to determine whether Dr. McCoy's medical instruments on the original "Star Trek" were really just fancy salt shakers.
Brian Cronin pays a visit to Springfield to determine whether "The Simpsons" creator Matt Groening originally intended for Krusty the Clown to be Homer Simpson in a wig and makeup.
Travel back through time to investigate whether the BBC purchased the trademark from the Metropolitan Police Service for the iconic blue police box used for the TARDIS on "Doctor Who."
This week, Brian Cronin solves the puzzle of whether longtime "Wheel of Fortune" hostess Vanna White really holds the trademark on turning letters.
In this week's TV Legends Revealed, Brian Cronin explores whether civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. convinced actress Nichelle Nichols to remain on "Star Trek" following the first season.
In this week's installment of "TV Legends Revealed," Brian Cronin rolls out the story that legendary "Tonight Show" host Johnny Carson unintentionally triggered a toilet-paper shortage in 1973.
In this week's installment of TV Legends Revealed, Brian Cronin goes on the trail of the rumor that the Mafia really ordered a hit on Desi Arnaz for his role as the producer of the 1950s-'60s drama "The Untouchables."
In this week’s installment, Brian Cronin digs into the rumor that "Ghostbusters" star Ernie Hudson got beat out by Arsenio Hall for the role of Winston on the "Real Ghostbusters" cartoon.
In this week's TV Legends Revealed, Brian Cronin digs into the often-repeated story that "The Brady Bunch" actor Barry Williams dated his TV mother Florence Henderson.
This week's TV Legends Revealed tackles whether or not the character played by Jay Thomas on "Cheers" was killed off because the actor insulted Rhea Perlman.
Continuing the new weekly feature for Spinoff Online, writer Brian Cronin digs into the origins of "Sesame Street" mainstay and baked goods enthusiast Cookie Monster.
In this week's TV Legends Revealed, Brian Cronin examines whether the last words Walt Disney wrote before his death were "Kurt Russell."