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Jul 27, 2010
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Stupid Celebrities reports on a very special yard sale
Mar 27, 2009
Blog Spotlight: Bankrupt Former Teen Star Willie Aames Holds Garage Sale!

Willie Aames, the actor from Charles in Charge and Eight Is Enough is holding a garage sale at his Olathe, Kansas home to raise money after filing bankruptcy last year and financial difficulties. Read more on the Willie Aames garage sale below.

Willie Aames items available at his garage sale included antiques, artwork, a piano, leather couches, a TV set, a mounted lion’s head and other stuffed wildlife the 48-year-old had hunted, and movie memorabilia.

Aames also took time to sign autographs for his fans as a film crew recorded the event for a TV documentary about his life, reports the Kansas City Star. Read more

Starting in January, viewers can pick from a vast array of "vintage" shows on new broadband network from AOL and WB.
Nov 14, 2005
AOL, WB prepare free vintage TV for broadband

America Online and Warner Bros. Domestic Cable Distribution are launching a broadband network that will give a new lease on life to a slew of vintage TV series.

Dubbed "In2TV," the network will serve up Welcome Back Kotter, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Pinky and the Brain, and Growing Pains among a host of other Warner-owned shows that viewers can watch in their entirety, for free and on-demand, beginning in January.

Each show is presented with interactive elements, games, competitions and additional content to take advantage of the medium's unique capabilities.

About 14,000 episodes from 300 different series have been cleared to be part of the service, a process that has taken two years, Warner Bros. Domestic Cable Distribution president Eric Frankel said. This represents about a third of the relevant catalog, and more ...

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Episode 114 Season 5
An Eight is Enough Wedding
Aired
10.15.1989
Episode 113 Season 5
Eight is Enough: A Family Reunion
Aired
10.18.1987
Aired
5.23.1981
Episode 21 Season 5
Goals
Aired
5.16.1981
Episode 20 Season 5
Starting Over
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5.9.1981
David Bradford (pilot only)
Tom Bradford
Joan Bradford (season 1)
Nancy Bradford (pilot only)
Based on the book by Thomas Braden, this family drama chronicles the lives of the Bradford family: the father Tom, who worked as a columnist for a Sacramento newspaper); the mother Joan; and their eight children: David, Mary, Joanie, Susan, Nancy, Elizabeth, Tommy, and Nicholas.

As anyone from a large family can tell you, get these many different people – related or not – under the same roof, and chaos will certainly ensue. Enter in all their relationships, school, and work problems, and you can guarantee something is always going haywire in the Bradford home.

Diana Hyland died during season one and her character was "sent away" .So in season two, Tom married Abby, a school teacher.

In season four, two of the Bradford children got married: David to Janet; and Susan to Merle, a baseball player. In France the show is known as Huit, ça suffit !.
In Italy it was known as La famiglia Bradford ("The Bradford Family") on Channel One, but titled Otto Bastano on Channel Four.moreless