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Eight is Enough Timeline


  • Unk 00, 1999, Dick Van Patten appearred in the movie "Angel on Abbey Street" as Preacher
  • Unk 00, 1999, Grant Goodeve hosted "Northwest Backwoods" on a Seattle TV station.
  • Unk 00, 1999, Michelle Greene appearred in the movie "Her Married Lover" as Brenda Slagel.
  • Unk 00, 1999, Michelle Greene appearred in the TV movie "Wild Grizzly" as Rachel Harding.
  • Unk 00, 1999, Ralph Macchio appearred in the movie "Somewhere in Heaven"
  • Jan 00, 1999, EiE Exposed!--Recently (Jan 1999?), a recent episode of Just Shoot Me, there is a reference to David Spade's character having been the original Nicholas of Eight is Enough.
  • Jan 09, 1999, EiE Exposed!--MAD-TV on Fox had a scene about Ellen Degeneres and her lover Anne Heche in a spoof, Charlie Sheen comes in and wants to make out to Anne. Anne asks him if he remembered the condoms. He replies "Is eight enough?"
  • Jan 21, 1999, Dianne Kay guested on "Diagnosis, Murder" as Anne Weber.
  • Feb 00, 1999, in Feb and March 1999, Susan Richardson was featured in The Star and The Globe tabloids.
  • Feb 05, 1999, Betty Buckley was featured in the movie "Simply Irrestible" starring Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Sean Patrick Flannery. Synopsis: In this contemporary love story set against the backdrop of Manhattan's high-end culinary and retail worlds, Sarah Michelle Gellar plays a chef whose emotions have somehow become a magical ingredient in her cooking. Her mystical "recipes" snare a high-powered executive with whom she has fallen in love - until he begins to suspect her having supernatural powers.
  • Feb 07, 1999, Brian Patrick Clarke guested on "Touched by an Angel" playing "Bud" in the episode: "My Brother's Keeper" (episode # 5.14).
  • Feb 19, 1999, Ralph Macchio was a guest on "The Outer Limits" playing "Dr. Neal Eberhardt" in the episode: "The Other Side" (episode # 5.5).
  • Mar 01, 1999, on Mar 1 and 28, 1999, Susan Richardson was featured on an "Entertainment Tonight" story.
  • Mar 25, 1999, Ralph Macchio was a guest on "The Rosie O'Donnell Show".
  • Mar 27, 1999, Ralph Macchio was a guest on "The Howard Stern Radio Show" on television.
  • Apr 08, 1999, Susan Richardson posts on the Eight is Enough messageboard. Again, it's the timing.
  • Apr 09, 1999, a book "TV Weddings" authored by Marisa Keller and Mike Mashon was officially released and the cover featured five members of the cast.
  • May 03, 1999, Jennifer Darling guested on "Mad About You" in the episode "Separate Beds" as Cassie Bluestone.
  • May 05, 1999, Jennifer Darling guested on "Dharma & Greg" in the episode "It Never Happened One Night" as Suzanne.
  • May 13, 1999, Dick Van Patten was a guest on "Larry King Live" on CNN
  • May 16, 1999, Dick Van Patten lent his voice in the episode "Brian: Portrait of a Dog" on Fox-TV's "Family Guy". Peter Griffin: Come on, everybody, that Eight is Enough reunion show is about to start. [They watch TV] Tom: Mary, have you seen Nicholas? Mary: He's up in his room sulking, dad. Nancy: Yea, he's still upset because Abby threw out his baseball cards. Tom: Oh, well maybe I should just make him a sandwich. Nancy: [laughs] Oh dad, that's your solution to everything. Tom pauses, then slaps Nancy eight times. Mary grabs Tom's arm. Mary: Dad! Tom: What? Mary: Dad! Tom: What? Mary: Eight IS Enough! Tom calms down and laughs, then the girls laugh. Tom: You know I love you girls.
  • May 26, 1999, Dick Van Patten was seen on "The Hollywood Squares" game show.
  • May 29, 1999, Kimberly Beck appearred in the movie "The Secret Life of Girls" as Mrs. Buchinsky.
  • Jun 01, 1999, eightisenough.com is established.
  • Jun 24, 1999, Dick Van Patten made a cameo in a skit on "Conan O'Brien" on NBC. Just saw Dick Van Patten playing "Mr. Ropley" the landlord, a play on "Mr. Roper" on Three's Company. Conan and Triumph were in a sketch when the landlord knocked on the door and Conan had to pretend he was blind and Triumph was a seeing-eye dog in order to keep his dog in the building. Not exactly family fare, but that's as clean as I can describe it.
  • Aug 19, 1999, Dick Van Patten's picture was part of The Late Show with David Letterman's game "Know Your Baldwin Brothers"; he was christened Dick Van Baldwin by the contestant and she was correct.
  • Sep 14, 1999, Michelle Greene appearred in the video movie "Fugitive Mind" as Robyn.
  • Oct 22, 1999, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the movie "Molly" as Dr. Prentice.
  • Oct 22, 1999, Larry Gelman guested on "The Steve Harvey Show" in the episode "Roomies" as Elderly Man.
  • Oct 28, 1999, Mark Hamill voiced Van Ripper in the TV movie "The Night of the Headless Horsemen".
  • Nov 00, 1999, "Betty Buckley in Concert and in Person" aired on a "Bravo Profiles" series.
  • Nov 01, 1999, Dianne Kay appearred in the video release movie "Falling Sky" in the U.K.
  • Nov 03, 1999, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the movie "The Bachelor" as Dale Arden.
  • Nov 11, 1999, several cast members appearred on "Inside Edition"
  • Nov 15, 1999, Dick Van Patten was in the miniseries "Y2K: A World in Crisis".
  • Nov 25, 1999, Brian Patrick Clarke guested on "ER" in the episode: "Great Expectations".
  • Dec 15, 1999, Michelle Greene guested on "Twice in a Lifetime" in the episode "The Gift of Life" as Jenny Parnell.
  • Dec 17, 1999, Mark Hamill appearred in the movie "Walking Across Egypt" as Lamar N. Benfield.


  • Unk 00, 2000, Grant Goodeve appearred in the video releases "Word Pictures: Proving the Bible Through Archaeology".
  • Unk 00, 2000, Ralph Macchio appearred in the movie "The Office Party".
  • Unk 00, 2000, Brian Patrick Clarke played Don Jacob #2 in "The Young & The Restless."
  • Feb 05, 2000, Mark Hamill guested on "Mad TV".
  • Feb 04, 2000, Michelle Greene guested on "Stargate SG-1" in the episode "A Hundred Days" as Laira.
  • Feb 18, 2000, Mark Hamill voiced Captain of the Guard in "Sinbad: Beyond the Veil of Mists."
  • Feb 22, 2000, Ralph Macchio was a guest in the series "Chicken Soup for the Soul" playing "Max" in the episode: "Letters to Suzie" (episode # 1.20).
  • Apr 04, 2000, Brian Patrick Clarke guested on "Party of Five" playing "Marson" in the episode: "Too Cool for School" (episode # 6.18).
  • Apr 21, 2000, Dick Van Patten appearred in the movie "Big Brother Trouble" as Captain Stacey.
  • May 17, 2000, EiE Exposed: On "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire", Regis asked the question: "What Popular 80's TV sitcom featured "Charmed" star Alyssa Milano as a cast member? A: Who's the Boss? B: Growing Pains C: Eight is Enough D: Love Boat."
  • May 18, 2000, EiE Exposed: Put these TV kids in the order they debuted, starting with the earliest. A: Nicholas Bradford B: Danny Partridge C: Beaver Cleaver D: Malcolm
  • Jun 04, 2000, Betty Buckley was featured on CBS Sunday Morning
  • Jun 10, 2000, Grant Goodeve was in the movie 'Something to Sing About'. This was presented by world wide pictures - 'the motion picture ministry of the billy graham evangelistic assoc.'
  • Jun 14, 2000, Inside Edition reran the Eight is Enough segment they ran this past Nov 11.
  • Jun 30, 2000, EiE Exposed: On "Greed", a female contestant commented "In our house, eight is enough", because she has, of course, eight children. So does host Chuck Woolery.
  • Aug 01, 2000, Mark Hamill guested on "Son of the Beach" playing "'Divine Rod' Petrie" in the episode: "Eat My Muffin" (episode # 1.7).
  • Aug 06, 2000, E! Entertainment Television aired the Eight is Enough True Hollywood Story.
  • Aug 08, 2000, Eight is Enough was Exposed 8-8-00 on Craig Kilborn. CBS late night had Craig Kilborn doing a mock look at his teenage years where he would have been a major idol, but he didn't have a single talent! Intersparced in the bit, they showed pixs of Willie Aames and later Adam Rich in a scene from EiE where Nicholas goes to jail. Talk about timing. It happened on the eighth day of the eighth month!
  • Aug 20, 2000, Dick Van Patten was in "The Man Show" in the episode "Training Camp."
  • Aug 21, 2000, EiE Exposed! On "Wheel of Fortune", one of the puzzles was a "classic TV show." Guess what the answer turned out to be? "Eight is Enough"! And the person who watched the show didn't figure it out!! DUH!
  • Sep 00, 2000, Grant Goodeve hosted "If Walls Could Talk" Monday nights on HGTV (Home & Garden Television). He taped the series in the spring of 2000.
  • Sep 08, 2000, Betty Buckley was featured on NBC's Today Show.
  • Sep 10, 2000, Betty Buckley was featured on the CBS Evening News.
  • Sep 10, 2000, Betty Buckley was featured performing "Memory" from Cats in the special "Broadway on Broadway".
  • Sep 23, 2000, Ralph Macchio guested in the series "Twice In a Lifetime" playing "Officer Dan Patello" in the episode: "My Blue Heaven".
  • Sep 23, 2000, Brian Patrick Clarke guested on "City Guys" playing "Coach Collins" in the episode: "Kickin' It".
  • Sep 29, 2000, Mark Hamill guested on "Hollywood Off-Ramp" playing "Alex Cross" in the episode: "Murder: Take 2, 3, 4...".
  • Sep 29, 2000, Dick Van Patten appearred in the movie "The Price of Air" as Mr. Rye.
  • Oct 03, 2000, Mark Hamill voiced Steve in the video movie "Scooby Doo and the Alien Invaders."
  • Oct 21, 2000, Mark Hamill voiced Carter in the "Batman Beyond" episode "Out of the Past".
  • Oct 24, 2000, Michelle Greene appearred in the movie "Alcatraz Avenue" as Lisa.
  • Nov 03, 2000, Lani O'Grady was featured on Inside Edition.
  • Nov 12, 2000, Nicholas Pryor appearred in the TV movie "American Tragedy" as Gerry Uelman.
  • Nov 16, 2000, Mark Hamill guested on "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" playing "Flint" (voice) in the episode: "Planet of the Lost" (episode # 1.40).
  • Nov 29, 2000, Dianne Kay, Connie Newton Needham, Lani O'Grady, Brina Patrick Clarke, and Dick Van Patten were on VH1's "The List."
  • Dec 05, 2000, Ralph Macchio was in the movie "Can't Be Heaven".
  • Dec 10, 2000, Jennifer Darling was a voice in the movie "The Emperor's New Groove".
  • Dec 12, 2000, Mark Hamill voiced in the video movie "Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker" as Jack Napier/The Joker, Jordan Price.
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