Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 273, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 18, 1990 Page: 11 of 42
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NEW YORK (AP) — The 200th
episode of “Cheers," a mock
scholarly retrospective of Boston
barroom comedy, got the highest
ratings of any prime-time show this
The hourlong NBC special,
moderated by talk show host John
McLaughlin, was seen in nearly
27.5 million homes last week,
receiving a 29.5 rating and a 44
share, the A.C. Nielsen Co. repor-
A rating point equals 931,000
households with television. A share
is the percentage of TV sets in use
that are tuned to a show in its time
"One fourth of all women 25 to
54 in the country watched the
show,” said David Marans, a senior
analyst for the J. Walter Thompson
parently killed her while possessed
by the shadowy, demonic killer
known only as “Bob.” The week
before, “Twin Peaks” had a 7.9
rating and a 16 share.
In the evening news ratings,
ABC won for the 44th consecutive
week with an 11.6 rating; CBS had
a 10.1, NBC a 9.7.
Following “Cheers” in prime
time’s top 10 were CBS’ “60
Minutes,” with a 21.5 rating; “A
Different World,” NBC, 20.0; and
“Designing Women” on CBS tied
CBS’ “Murphy Brown” for fourth
place with an 18.9.
“Empty Nest” on NBC was
sixth with an 18.6; ABC’s
“America’s Funniest Home
Videos" and “Roseanne” tied for
seventh with an 18.5; No. 9 was
CBS’ “Murder, She Wrote" with an
18.4, and NBC’s “Unsolved Mys-
teries” was 10th with a 16.2.
“To put that in perspective, the
No. 2 show for that group was
‘Roseanne,’ which got a 17.0 (rat-
ing). — or one out of every seven
Overall, NBC led with a 13.7
average rating and a 22 share. ABC
edged CBS for second place by an
eighth of a rating point, or about
745.000 TV homes, with a 12.8
rating and a 21 share; CBS had a
12.0 rating and a 20 share.
NBC said “Cheers” has been the
No. 1 show for six of the season’s
eight weeks. Thursday’s rating also
was the highest for any comedy
series since “The Cosby Show” hit
a 29.8 rating and 45 share on Jan.
12,1989, the network said.
i „ , The all-time ratings champ is
Gladys Witt to Jason Boyd CBS’ last episode of “M-A-S-H"
Robertson, tract in the A.W. Waller in 1983. Seen in nearly 50.5 million
SuT/ey-. _ homes, it averaged a 77 percent
Bonnie E. Murray to Charles W. share of the auidence in its time
Murray, et al., tract in the Charles period, compared to 44 percent for
Th™P*\n Surv®y- J „ . Cheers” on Thursday.
Richard A. Brown and Connie ABC’s “Twin Peaks,” the ec-
, r0'?1'” 10 ^ames P‘!y1® ,an(l centric nighttime soap opera about
Linda Payne, tract in the E. Melton the murky goings-on in a Pacific
Survey. Northwest logging town, also got a
Jerry Lee Pippin to Thomas Mor- boost in the ratings by at last
ns Pippin Jr., tract in the A. Caro revealing the killer of troubled
Survey, etaL homecoming queen Laura Palmer.
fM- got a 10.4 rating
land Board, trtrt In the B.S. and a 20 share by revealing that
Tankersley Survey. Leland Palmer, Laura’s father, ap-
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Sean Sartin and Jamie Kay
Michael Keith Gamer and
Wendy Lee McWilliams.
Harry Weldon Woods and Patsy
Brad Alan Taylor and Melani
Angela Kay Bailey Brantley and
Ronald Wayne Brantley.
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Jo Nell Watson and John R. Win-
son to Marie Friddle, tract in Helena
Daisy Sellers aka. Daisy Sellers
Sisk to Patsy C. Luke, tract in M.A.
Sisk to Patsy C. Luke, tract in M.A.
Domingo Baez and Sandra D.
Baez to John R. Browning, tract in
Hugh Curlin Survey.
John W. Sparks and Barbara J.
Sparks to Farm Credit Bank, tract
in John Mott Survey.
Tina Otis, trustee, and Eula Mae
Otts to Sharon Joy Otts, et al„ tract
in the Calvin Click Survey.
Stoll J. Mead and Jean Mead
Morris to Dural O. Smith Inc, tract
in M.A. Bowlin Survey.
Fred Lindley Sr. to Leonard
Jackson Jr., tract-in M.A. Bowlin
Fred Hull and Freda M. Hull to
T.M. Pippin Jr., tract in the A. Caro
Kenneth W. Thomas to Thomas
O. Lee and Edwana Lee, tract in
the B.S. Ihnkersley Survey, et al.
E.L. Ashcroft in and Kay M.
Ashcroft to Steve Johnson and
Mary Johnson, tract in the M.A.
Darrell Boyd Pendleton and
Mary Lou Pendleton Nelson to
Sherry Lee Pendleton Robertson,
tract in the Grant Linicum Survey.
Sherry Lee Pendleton Robertson
and Mary Lou Pendleton Nelson to
Darrell Boyd Pendleton, tract in the
A.W. Waller Survey.
Darrell Boyd Pendleton and
Sherry Lee Pendleton Robertson to
Mary Lou Pendleton Nelson, tract
in the A.W. Waller Survey.
Hoyt W. Gideon and Betty G.
Gideon to Mark Peugh and Lee
Ann Peugh, tract in the Nacog-
doches University Survey.
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Keys, Clarke. Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 273, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 18, 1990, newspaper, November 18, 1990; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth824254/m1/11/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.