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Eight is Enough Timeline

1987

  • Unk 00, 1987, Dick Van Patten appearred in the TV movie "A Mouse, a Mystery and Me" as Santa Claus
  • Unk 00, 1987, Janis Paige was a regular on "Capitol" as Lauren Clegg/Margaret Hansen (1987).
  • Unk 00, 1987, Brian Patrick Clarke appearred in the video movie "Private Road: No Trespassing."
  • Jan 22, 1987, Kimberly Beck guested on "L.A. Law" in the episode "December Bribe" as Nancy Tritchler.
  • Jan 23, 1987, Nicholas Pryor guested on ""Falcon Crest" in the episode "When the Bough Breaks" as Ben Crawley.
  • Feb 01, 1987, Joan Prather appearred in the TV movie "LBJ: The Early Years".
  • Feb 07, 1987, Mark Hamill guested on "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" playing "Danny Carlyle" in the episode: "Man on the Edge".
  • Feb 09, 1987, Larry Gelman appearred in the TV movie "The Last Fling" as Walt.
  • Feb 12, 1987, K.C. Martel guested on "Shell Game" in the episode "Dead Wrong" as Eddie.
  • Feb 19, 1987, Larry Gelman guested on "Night Court" in the episode "Christine's Friend" as Man.
  • Feb 20, 1987, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the movie "Morgan Stewart's Coming Home" as Senator Tom Stewar.
  • Mar 07, 1987, Dick Van Patten guested on "The Facts of Life" in the episode "Ex Marks the Spot" as Frank Stickle.
  • Mar 19, 1987, Nicholas Pryor appearred on the TV series "The Bronx Zoo" as Jack Feldspar.
  • Mar 29, 1987, Nicholas Pryor guested on "Rags to Riches" in the episode "First Love" as Jary Mallot.
  • Apr 17, 1987, Betty Buckley played Leah in the movie "Wild Thing."
  • May 17, 1987, Betty Buckley appearred in the TV movie "Roses are for the Rich" as Ella.
  • Jun 24, 1987, Dick Van Patten appearred in the Mel Brooks comedy movie "Spaceballs" as King Roland
  • Jul 10, 1987, Kimberly Beck appearred in the movie "Maid to Order" as Kim.
  • Sep 19, 1987, Dianne Kay co-starred in Once A Hero as Rachel Kirk and bombed against the upstart Fox programming, and NBC's The Facts of Life.
  • Sep 16, 1987, Laurie Walters apperred on "Highway to Heaven" playing "Michelle Raines" in the episode: "Man's Best Friend: Part 1"
  • Sep 23, 1987, Laurie Walters apperred on "Highway to Heaven" playing "Michelle Raines" in the episode: "Man's Best Friend: Part 2"
  • Sep 23, 1987, K.C. Martel appearred in the TV movie "The Kid Who Wouldn't Quit: The Brad Silverman Story" as Brad (ages 13-18).
  • Oct 04, 1987, Dianne Kay guested on "Murder, She Wrote" as Monica Blaine in the episode "Witness For The Defense".
  • Oct 18, 1987, most of the gang reunited for Tom's 50th birthday (should have been 60th since the 50th was celebrated in 1977) on "Eight is Enough: A Family Reunion" on NBC. Mary Frann (Newhart) played Abby.
  • Oct 19, 1987, from October 19-23, 1987, four of the children guested on Password Plus. There were Susan Richardson, Grant Goodeve, Adam Rich, and Lani O'Grady. I don't know who won because NBC interrupted the last day with some news bulletin.
  • Oct 23, 1987, Dick Van Patten guested on "Rags to Riches" in the episode "Dear Diary" as Phil Johnson.
  • Oct 26, 1987, Betty Buckley appearred as a guest in "Cagney & Lacey" in the episode "You've Come a Long Way, Baby" as Marci Bruckman.
  • Nov 05, 1987, Connie Newton Needham guested on "L.A. Law" playing "Denise Franklin" in the episode: "Brackman Vasektimized".
  • Nov 06, 1987, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the movie "Less Than Zero" as Benjamin Wells.
  • Dec 01, 1987, Kimberly Beck guested on "The Law and Harry McGraw" in the episode "Yankee Boodle Dandy"
  • Dec 19, 1987, Larry Gelman guested on "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" in the episode "Santa's Got a Brand New Bag" as Bernie Jakes.
  • Dec 21, 1987, Jennifer Darling voiced some characters in the TV series "Foofur."

    1988

  • Unk 00, 1988, Dianne Kay appearred in "Andy Colby's Incredible Adventure."
  • Feb 21, 1988, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the mini series "James Clavell's Noble House."
  • Feb 21, 1988, Larry Gelman guested on "Tales from the Darkside" in the episode "Love Hungry" as Elmo Shroud.
  • Feb 26, 1988, Betty Buckley played Sondra Walker in the movie "Frantic"
  • Feb 28, 1988, Grant Goodeve appeared on a "Murder, She Wrote" playing "Ben Schuyler" in the episode: "A Very Good Year For Murder"
  • Mar 06, 1988, Dick Van Patten appearred in the TV movie "14 Going on 30"
  • Apr 17, 1988, Jennifer Darling guested on "Supercarrier" in the episode "Give Me Liberty."
  • May 02, 1988, Laurie Walters appearred in the TV movie "The Taking of Flight 847: The Uli Derickson Story"
  • Jul 06, 1988, Grant Goodeve appearred in the movie "License to Drive"
  • Jul 29, 1988, Dick Van Patten appearred in the movie "The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking"
  • Aug 22, 1988, Kimberly Beck appearred in the movie "Le Grand bleu" as Sally.
  • Aug 28, 1988, Kimberly Beck appearred in the movie "Nightmare at Noon" as Cheri Griffiths.
  • Sep 11, 1988, Jennifer Darling did some voices in the TV series "Fantastic Max."
  • Sep 16, 1988, Kimberly Beck appearred in the movie "Messenger of Death" as Piety Beecham.
  • Oct 00, 1988, Brian Patrick Clarke appaeared in the movie "Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers".
  • Oct 09, 1988, Michelle Greene appearred in the TV movie "Going to the Chapel" as Margo.
  • Oct 09, 1988, Dick Van Patten appearred in the TV movie "Going to the Chapel."
  • Oct 14, 1988, Betty Buckley played Kathy in the movie "Another Woman", released in New York City.
  • Oct 17, 1988, Michelle Greene appearred in the TV movie "Double Standard" as Virginia.
  • Oct 24, 1988, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the TV movie "A Stoning in Fulham County" as Baxter.
  • Oct 25, 1988, Nicholas Pryor guested on "Who's the Boss?" in the episode "My Fair Tony" as Professor Darn.
  • Nov 11, 1988, Ralph Macchio appearred in the movie "Distant Thunder".
  • Nov 18, 1988, Betty Buckley played Kathy in the movie "Another Woman", released nationwide.
  • Nov 19, 1988, Jennifer Darling first guested voicing Irma in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."
  • Nov 20, 1988, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the TV movie "The Diamond Trap" as Mr. Exeter.
  • Dec 15, 1988, Jennifer Darling guested on "L.A. Law" in the episode "Dummy Dearest" as Amanda Shaw.

    1989

  • Unk 00, 1989, Dick Van Patten guested on "The Adventures of McGee and Me" as Art Store Seller the episode "Do The Bright Thing."
  • Unk 00, 1989, Janis Paige was a regular on the soap opera "General Hospital" as Aunt Iona Huntington (1989).
  • Unk 00, 1989, Betty Buckley was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the category of Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special for "Taking a Stand" (TV special)
  • Unk 00, 1989, Brian Patrick Clarke appearred in the movie "Singapoer Harbor".
  • Unk 00, 1989, Dianne Kay appearred in the movie Andy and the Airwave Rangers. Synopsis: TV takes on a whole new dimension for Andy when he literally jumps right into the action and finds himself on a daring rescue mission complete with car chases, cartoons and the occasional inter-galactic battle.
  • Jan 10, 1989, Nicholas Pryor guested on "Moonlighting" in the episode "Plastic Fantastic Lovers" as Dr. Simon Brill.
  • Jan 19, 1989, Betty Buckley appearred in the "ABC Afterschool Special" titled "Taking a Stand" as Lillian Robinson.
  • Jan 28, 1989, Janis Paige guested on "Mission: Impossible" in the episode "The Haunting" as Victoria Foster.
  • Feb 01, 1989, Jennifer Darling guested on "Hooperman" in the episode "Rashomanny".
  • Feb 14, 1989, Betty Buckley appearred in the TV movie "Babycakes" as Wanda.
  • Feb 22, 1989, Mark Hamill guested on "Hooperman" playing Producer in the episode: "Intolerance".
  • Feb 22, 1989, Dick Van Patten guested on "Growing Pains" in the episode "Fortunate Son" as Nick Simpson.
  • Mar 08, 1989, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the TV movie "Nightbreaker" as Col. William Devereaux.
  • Mar 22, 1989, Brian Patrick Clarke played Terry Adamson/Carol Holridge (guess why) in an episode of "Simon and Simon". In "SIMON SAYS 'GOOD-BYE'", Abby's friend hires Rick and A.J. to find an old flame, while the Simon's continue to be unlucky in love. Sadly (but with class), the series ends. w. Martin Pasko & Rebecca Parr. d. Gerald McRaney.
  • Mar 31, 1989, Larry Gelman guested on "Mr. Belvedere" in the episode "The Book" as Bookstore Clerk.
  • May 13, 1989, Grant Goodeve was in the TV movie "Mother's Day"
  • Jun 30, 1989, Ralph Macchio starred in "The Karate Kid III" as Daniel
  • Jul 15, 1989, Jennifer Darling voiced Nemo's mother in the movie "Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland".
  • Sep 04, 1989, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the TV movie "Starting Now" as Nelson Sturgess.
  • Sep 12, 1989, Larry Gelman guested on "The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!" in the episode "Bonkers from Yonkers/The Great Gladiator Gig" as Sigmund Fruitcake.
  • Oct 15, 1989, the clan reunited again for David's second marriage on "An Eight is Enough Wedding" on NBC. Sandy Faison played Abby. Story: When one of the clan announces plans to remarry, there are mixed emotions among some family members who have trouble accepting the new in-law.
  • Nov 01, 1989, Larry Gelman guested on "The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!" in the episode "The Artist" as Vincent Van Gook.
  • Nov 03, 1989, Nicholas Pryor guested on ""Mancuso, FBI" in the episode "Conflict of Interest" as Porter.
  • Nov 15, 1989, Mark Hamill and Jennifer Darling played several voices in "The Little Mermaid."
  • Nov 15, 1989, Dick Van Patten appearred in the TV movie "Jack Spanner, Private Eye."
  • Nov 22, 1989, Willie Aames was in the special "Circus of the Stars #14".
  • Nov 25, 1989, Larry Gelman guested on "Mr. Belvedere" in the episode "Fixed."
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