The Double Life of Henry Phyfe. Starring Red Buttons and Fred Clark. 1 season (1966) 17 episodes Fred died at age 54, which I consider amazing because even when I see him in films in which he was in his thirties, I would have guessed he was already older than 54 In every episode, Red tells Jack he isn't going to do the assignment, but Fred always overwhelms him with the pitch that is accompanied by the fife and drum, and as that music drowns out the dialog, Fred usually got Red to salute the imaginary image of a passing American flag. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foKIFgcl2KY I'm Dickens, He's Fenster. Starring John Astin and Marty Ingells. 1 season (1962/1963) 32 Episodes. 16 available on DVD My introduction to John Astin. A picture dictionary only needs a picture of Astin to define "zany". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbD1FYNB4BY The George Wendt Show Starring George Wendt 1 season (1995) 8 episodes produced, 6 aired. Dialog, as I remember it from the episode."Prom Night: The Return" .Aired April 5, 1995 The situation: Some kids coming home from their senior prom have a car breakdown, and George is repairing it in his shop. One girl makes a sarcastic comment. Her naive boyfriend takes it literally. She rolls her eyes and says, "I was being ironic". Wendt says, "Actually, you were being sarcastic. What's ironic is, you're about to graduate from high school but you don't know the difference".