February 2nd

February 2nd in TV History


Brent Spiner (1949, Houston, TX) – Star Trek: The Next Generation

TV Show Debuts

What’s My Line? (1950)

TV Episode Debuts

I Love Lucy “The Inferiority Complex” (1953)
Gunsmoke “Executioner” (1957)
The Rifleman “The Hero” (1960)
The Twilight Zone “Showdown with Rance McGrew” (1962)
Gunsmoke “The Cousin” (1963)
The Avengers “The Golden Eggs” (1963)
The Fugitive (1963) “Scapegoat” (1965)
Lost in Space “Ghost in Space” (1966)
Batman “Instant Freeze (1)” (1966)
The Big Valley “Teacher of Outlaws” (1966)
I Spy (US) “Court of the Lion” (1966)
Batman “Penguin’s Disastrous End (3)” (1967)
Bewitched “The Trial and Error of Aunt Clara” (1967)
F Troop “V is for Vampire” (1967)
Star Trek “Court Martial” (1967)
Star Trek “A Private Little War” (1968)
Doctor Who “Invasion of the Dinosaurs, Part Four” (1974)
The Mary Tyler Moore Show “Better Late … That’s a Pun … Than Never” (1974)
Kojak (1973) “Elegy in an Asphalt Graveyard” (1975)
The Six Million Dollar Man “Taneha” (1975)
Charlie’s Angels (1976) “Dirty Business” (1977)
The Bionic Woman “Deadly Ringer (1)” (1977)
The Dukes of Hazzard “Daisy’s Song” (1979)
Happy Days “Stolen Melodies” (1979)
Doctor Who “Kinda, Part Two” (1982)
Happy Days “A Touch of Classical” (1982)
Laverne & Shirley “Star Peepers” (1982)
Three’s Company “Hearts and Flowers” (1982)
Doctor Who “Mawdryn Undead, Part Two” (1983)
The Fall Guy “Death Boat” (1983)
Doctor Who “Frontios, Part Three” (1984)
Cheers “Fortune and Men’s Weight” (1984)
Family Ties “Ladies’ Man” (1984)
Doctor Who “The Mark of the Rani, Part One” (1985)
Punky Brewster “Changes (1)” (1986)
ALF “I’ve Got a New Attitude” (1987)
Moonlighting “Tracks of My Tears” (1988)
Cheers “Please Mr. Postman” (1989)
The Cosby Show “The Lost Weekend” (1989)
Murder, She Wrote “The Monte Carlo Murders” (1992)

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