MeTV Schedule For Washington D.C., DC

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Valley Of The Shadow (s2, ep4)
The death of an alien causes the invaders to try and cover up the evidence, even if it means killing an entire town.
Terror In New York City
"After Thunderbird 2 is heavily damaged in a mistaken attack, it leaves the team seemingly without a swift means to transport TB4 to New York City when a news crew is trapped underneath the collapsed Empire State Building."
Sats (s4, ep)
Jessie's self-esteem takes a dive when she gets a lower score on her SAT than Zack, hurting her chances at getting into Stansbury College.
The Bayside Triangle (s5, ep)
Screech realizes that Zack and Lisa have fallen for each other while Zack helps her put on a fashion show.
Student-teacher Week (s5, ep)
It's student-teacher week. Belding and Zack switch places while Kelly becomes Slater's teacher. When Kelly gives a test and everyone in her class fails, Zack faces a hard decision: to either be their friend or their leader.
Palm Springs Weekend: Part 1 (s4, ep)
Jessie is excited to meet her new stepmother at her father's wedding, until she learns he is marrying a much younger woman.
Palm Springs Weekend: Part 2 (s4, ep)
Zack tries to stop Jessie from postponing her dad's wedding. Meanwhile, Slater discovers that his new girlfriend is in fact royalty.
The Teacher's Strike (s5, ep)
To go on a ski trip, the gang conjures up a teacher's strike only to learn that it could affect the academic bowl.
Hot Lips Hannigan (s1, ep2)
Fred believes he's made Wilma and Betty disappear with a magician's kit but soon finds that he's mistaken.
The Swimming Pool (s1, ep3)
Fred and Barney's friendship is tested when they become partners in a backyard swimming pool.
Rosey The Robot (s1, ep1)
Jane insists that she needs a robot maid.
Greg Gets Grounded (s4, ep15)
Bobby mentions to Mike and Carol that Greg nearly crashed his car through careless driving. This leads to the suspension of Greg's driving privileges for a week—and on the eve of a big date with his girlfriend, Rachel.
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Amateur Nite (s4, ep16)
The kids chip in to get a silver platter for Mike and Carol's anniversary. But when Jan miscalculates the cost of engraving the platter, they've got to raise money quickly. So they take their singing and dancing skills to a TV talent show.
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Opie And The Carnival (s5, ep31)
Opie goes to the carnival and blows all his money on a game to win a birthday gift for Andy. The game, however, is rigged.
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Meet Malenna Bravo
"Photographer Mell Bravo didn’t start her Barbie collection until she was an adult – but she’s more than made up for lost time, amassing a collection of more than 3,000 versions of the world’s most famous fashion doll, plus accessories, spinoffs and more. And the collection is still growing; Mell estimates she spends $20,000 a year in new acquisitions. She shares with Lisa some of her prize finds, including an original Barbie from 1959 in nearly pristine condition; the entire line of Golden Dream Barbies from all around the globe; and a vintage coat made for Barbie from real mink, whose market value is now higher than a full-size mink for a real person. Mell is joined by her friend Anne Laurie, who gets her first astonished look at the actual depth of Mell’s collection. Meanwhile Lisa’s brought along certified appraiser Kate Martin to appraise the collection – and to try to tempt Mell into a trade for an extremely rare item not in Mell’s collection: a fully accessorized version of the German doll that inspired Barbie’s creation."
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Your Hit Parade (s6, ep18)
With the arrival of a shipment of records, Radar plays the part of a disc jockey and helps to get everyone through the incredibly long deluge of wounded.
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What's Up, Doc? (s6, ep19)
Hot Lips, believing herself to be pregnant, asks Hawkeye to test her. The only rabbit available to use for the test is Radar's pet, Fluffy. Meanwhile, Martinson, a patient, holds Charles at gunpoint, demanding he be sent back to Ohio.
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Love Comes To The Butcher (s8, ep18)
Archie is jealous when a lonely butcher lavishes attention on Edith.
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Two's A Crowd (s8, ep19)
Mike and Archie have a long talk after they find themself locked in the storeroom of Archie's Place.
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Stalemates (s8, ep20)
Mike and Gloria are sure the romance has gone out of their marriage when even a weekend in the Poconos fails to reignite the spark.
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The Brother (s8, ep21)
Archie's estranged brother returns, after twenty-nine years, to smooth things over before he enters the hospital for a serious operation.
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Top Hits Of 1968 (s1, ep13)
Gary Puckett & The Union Gap - "Lady Willpower"; Tommy James & The Shondells - "Mony Mony"; The Chambers Brothers - "Time Has Come Today"; The Beach Boys- "Do It Again"; Spanky & Our Gang - "Like To Get To Know You"; Tom Jones - "Delilah".
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Guests Jerry Lewis And Leslie Uggams
"Guests Jerry Lewis and Leslie Uggams. Originally aired on 01/11/71."
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Who Stole My Watch? (s5, ep15)
Rob accuses his friends of stealing his new watch.
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The Curse Of The Petrie People (s5, ep18)
Laura is given and accidentally destroys a hideous brooch that tells the story of the Petrie family. Will she be able to reconstruct the pin before her mother-in-law's next visit?
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The Deciding Vote (s4, ep11)
Ralph is busy buying Alice a vacuum while Norton is the deciding vote in the Raccoon election for convention manager.
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Come Wander With Me (s5, ep34)
A singer searches for an authentic folk song.
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The Tender Poisoner (s1, ep)
Two business executives throw themselves into a battle of wits and trickery as they compete for a gorgeous lady.
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With Strings Attached (s3, ep25)
Kimble is hired as a chauffeur by Geoffrey Martin, a 17-year-old violinist whom has grown weary of his career and would like to stop playing professionally for a few years when he decides to go away to college. But Geoffrey's demanding guardian/instructor
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The Bank (s2, ep4)
Alfred Belzig, a bank director in the "East Zone," takes money from those trying to escape to the West, disposes of them and keeps the money. Belzig plans to use the $3 million he's accumulated to support a new Nazi party.
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Baby Shoes (s2, ep38)
A baby is dumped outside of Pete's apartment with a note attached asking Pete to take care of the baby. When a woman is gunned down Pete believes that she is somehow connected.
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The Passenger (s3, ep1)
Murder witness Edward Hines fears that he may be the next victim.