TV Titles with Special Characters

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Can you name the TV Shows with *%#$#, etc. in their titles?

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Special CharacterTV Show TitleHint
Dollar Sign ($)Robert Urich's in the desert
Apostrophe (')Whatchutalk'nabout, Willis?
Ampersand (&)What about Jack and Karen?
Virgule (/)Barbara Walters (not on Oscar night)
Colon (:)Post-'Mission: Impossible' acting couple
Colon (:)Gritty Baltimore '90's cop drama
Ampersand and En Dash (&,-)Mike Judge, he-heh
Five Periods (.)60's Cold War spy saga
Apostrophe, Em Dash and another Apostrophe (', --)Gomez Addams before the Family (sorry for this one)
Period and Comma (.,)Frontier-Feminist Seymour
Four Periods (.)Dennis Franz's behind the Gotham Cops
En Dash, Comma and Ampersand (-,&)Rickles' 1984 ripoff of Bloopers & Practical Jokes
Three Ampersands (&)Tough 1: 70's film to TV failure with Bob Urich
Exclamation Point (!)Alex's Answers
Period (.)He's the butler!
Apostrophe and Two Exclamation Marks (',!)Rerun and Raj, and Dwayne.
Question Mark and Comma (?,)Muldoon and Toody are inept cops in '61
Special CharacterTV Show TitleHint
Dollar Sign and Decimal Point ($,.Rip Taylor at his most flamboyant (After-Gong)
Comma (,)Burt Convy hosted Pictionary game show
Quotations Marks (?)Natalie's dad's musical/variety of the 50's
Ampersand, Apostrophe and En Dash (&,',-)Pre-SNL goof-fest for Hawn, Tomlin and Buzzi
Question Mark (?)Drew Carey's improv show
Two Single Quotes (')Title Characters were members of the Mystic Knights of the Sea in '51
Comma, Em Dash (,--)70's Miniseries w/Strauss and Nolte (followed by Book II)
Three Asterisks (*)Korean kitsch?
Ellipsis (...)The Bundy Bunch?
Apostrophe and Question Mark (',?)Tony keeps house
Two Periods (.)One of my two dads and an ape
Colon (:)Pre-'Space: 1999' acting couple - remade as Tom Cruise blockbuster
Ampersand and Em Dash (&,--)Full name of Teri and Dean's Kent-fest.
Apostrophe and Exclamation Point (',!)It's Amazing, It's John Davidson...
En Dash (-)Mulder & Scully get freaky.
Comma and Two Periods (,.)Hairy-chested Hawaiian
Dollar Sign and Comma ($,)Bill Cullen's 1971 game show (other versions hosted by Dick Clark and Donny Osmond)

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