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Eight is Enough Timeline

1981

  • Unk 00, 1981, Adam Rich won the Young Artist Award in the category of Best Young Actor in a Television Series for "Eight Is Enough"
  • Unk 00, 1981, Adam Rich was nominated in the Young Artist Award of Best Young Comedian for "Eight Is Enough"
  • Unk 00, 1981, Dick Van Patten appearred in "Lunch Wagon" uncredited.
  • Jan 05, 1981, (through Jan 9) Susan Richardson guested as a panelist on "Password Plus"
  • Jan 10, 1981, Janis Paige guested on "Fantasy Island" in the episode "High Off the Hog/Reprisal" as Mabel Martin.
  • Jan 13, 1981, Larry Gelman guested on "Laverne and Shirley" in the episode "Road to Burbank."
  • Feb 18, 1981, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the miniseries "East of Eden" as James Grew.
  • Feb 22, 1981, Larry Gelman guested on "Archie Bunker's Place" in the episode "Weekend Away" as Bandini.
  • Feb 25, 1981, Grant Goodeve guested on "Aloha Paradise".
  • Feb 26, 1981, Larry Gelman guested on "Mork and Mindy" in the episode "Mindy, Mindy, Mindy" as Kreevy.
  • Feb 27, 1981, on Feb 27, and March 16-19, Susan Richardson guested as a panelist on "Password Plus".
  • Feb 27, 1981, K.C. Martel appearred in the TV movie "The Munsters' Revenge" as Eddie Munster.
  • Feb 28, 1981, Joan Prather guested in "Fantasy Island" playing "Delia Latham" in the episode: "Also Rans/Portrait of Solange" (episode # 4.17).
  • Mar 06, 1981, Adam Rich played Toby Hart in the movie The Devil and Max Devlin
  • Mar 07, 1981, Joan Prather guested in the series "The Love Boat" playing "Jill" in the episode: "I Love You Too, Smith/Mamma and Me/Sally's Paradise" (episode # 4.22).
  • Mar 12, 1981, Larry Gelman guested on "Barney Miller" in the episode "Contempt Part 1" as Sidney Bouton.
  • Mar 19, 1981, Susan Richardson and her band Harmony played at Studio Instrument Rentals, Stage 3, in Hollywood.
  • Mar 21, 1981, Laurie Walters guested on "Fantasy Island" playing "Lisa Bergmann" in the episode: "The Proxy Billionaire/The Experiment" (episode # 4.19).
  • Mar 29, 1981, Michelle Greene appearred in the movie "The Dozens" as Michelle.
  • Mar 29, 1981, K.C. Martel guested on "Trapper John, M.D." in the episode "A Case of the Crazies" as Scott.
  • Apr 04, 1981, Heather Locklear guested on Eight is Enough.
  • Apr 24, 1981, Joan Prather appearred in the movie "Take This Job and Shove It".
  • Apr 26, 1981, on the weekend of Apr 25-26, Susan Richardson was a panelist on "Match Game PM".
  • Apr 28, 1981, K.C. Martel appearred in the movie "Bloody Birthday" as Timmy Russel.
  • May 00, 1981, Dianne Kay appeared on CNN's People Tonight with host Lee Leonard and asked her fans to write ABC to save her show. It got cancelled later the following month.
  • May 01, 1981, on May 1, and May 18-21, Susan Richardson guested as a panelist on "Password Plus".
  • May 08, 1981, Mark Hamill guest hosted "Fridays."
  • May 09, 1981, Larry Gelman guested on "Eight is Enough" in the episode "Starting Over" as Officer Bernstein,
  • May 17, 1981, Nicholas Pryor guested on "Trapper John, M.D." in the episode "Brain Child" as Mr. Schweitzer.
  • May 19, 1981, Janis Paige guested on "Happy Days" in the episode "Mother and Child Reunion" as Angela.
  • May 25, 1981, Memorial Day, Susan Richardson sung on TV during a "People Tonight" show hosted by Lee Leonard on CNN. She sang Buddy Holly's "Maybe Baby" song and an original song, "Song for Sarah" written by Lee M. Kaplan.
  • May 29, 1981, Mark Hamill appearred in the movie "The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia" as Conrad.
  • Jun 00, 1981, it's official: ABC cancelled "Eight is Enough"
  • Jun 10, 1981, Michelle Greene appearred in the movie "The Dark End of the Street" as Marlene.
  • Jun 29, 1981, Dick Van Patten guested on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson".
  • Jul 24, 1981, on Jul 24, and Jul 27-28 and 30-31, Susan Richardson guested as a panelist on "Password Plus".
  • Aug 00, 1981, Willie Aames was listed as a co-host of "The Krypton Factor" with host "Dick Clark"
  • Aug 08, 1981, in the August 8 issue of TV Guide, with the date being somewhat coincidental (8-8), Susan Richardson was featured.
  • Aug 10, 1981, Nicholas Pryor apearred in the TV movie "Homeroom" as Scott Thomas.
  • Aug 29, 1981, "Eight is Enough" last aired on the ABC network. Amazingly, this series run returning in August 1977 and leaving in August 1981 both occurred in the eighth month of the year.
  • Sep 12, 1981, "The Smurfs" premiered on NBC. Jennifer Darling played Princess Salvina from the 1982-89 seasons.
  • Sep 12, 1981, Jennifer Darling voiced Pixie Trollson/Deputroll Dolly in the series "Trollkins."
  • Sep 28, 1981, from Sep 28-Oct 2, Susan Richardson guested as a panelist on "Password Plus".
  • Oct 05, 1981, Michelle Greene appearred in the TV movie "The Miracle of Kathy Miller" as Sherrie.
  • Oct 18, 1981, Dianne Kay appearred in the movie "The Nashville Grab"
  • Oct 21, 1981, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the TV movie "A Few Days in Weasel Creek" as Elwin Potter.
  • Oct 26, 1981, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the TV movie "Splendor in the Grass" as Dr. Judd.
  • Nov 01, 1981, Adam Rich co-stared in the TV series "Code Red" TV Series as Danny Blake.
  • Nov 09, 1981, Nicholas Pryor guested on "M*A*S*H" in the episode "Rumor at the Top" as Major Burnham.
  • Nov 12, 1981, Larry Gelman guested on "Barney Miller" in the episode "The Car" as Joseph Hilyer.
  • Nov 14, 1981, Joan Prather guested on "Fantasy Island" playing "Lauren Fandell" in the episode: "Night in the Harem/Druids" (episode # 5.6).
  • Nov 21, 1981, Grant Goodeve guested on "The Love Boat" playing "Bud" in the episode: "Farnsworth's Fling/Three in a Bed/I Remember Helen/Merrill, Melanie & Melanesia/Gopher Farnsworth Smith: Parts 1 and 2" (episode # 5.8, 5.9)
  • Nov 23, 1981, Betty Buckley appeared in the TV movie "The Ordeal of Bill Carney" as Barbara Slaner.
  • Dec 01, 1981, Janis Paige guested on "Bret Maverick" in the episodes "The Lazy Ace: Part 1 and Part 2" as Mandy Packer, Owner of Red Ox Saloon/Card Player.
  • Dec 04, 1981, Nicholas Pryor guested on "McClain's Law" in the episode "A Time of Peril".
  • Dec 05, 1981, Susan Richardson was on "The Love Boat" playing "Emily Parker" in the episode: "He's My Brother/Zeke and Zelda/Teach Me Tonight" (episode # 5.11).
  • Dec 05, 1981, Dianne Kay guested on "Fantasy Island" playing "Beth Martinique" in the episode: "Romance Times Three/Night of the Tormented Soul" (episode # 5.9).
  • Dec 15, 1981, Janis Paige guested on "Flamingo Road" in the episode "The Powers That Be" as Jenny.
  • Dec 13, 1981, Joan Prather guested on "CHiPs" playing "Felicia Chadway" in the episode: "Concours d'Elegance" (episode # 5.11).
  • Dec 30, 1981, Kimberly Beck guested on "Mr. Merlin" in the episode "Not So Sweet Sixteen" as Susan.
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