Ed writes to Dear Abby when Wilbur won't let him have a bachelor pad on "Mr. Ed" (Wednesday at midnight, Nickelodeon). Abigail Van Buren guest stars.
In the first "Green Acres" (Monday at 1:30 p.m., KDOC), big-city lawyer Oliver Douglas decides the rural life is for him and buys himself a spread. It's not exactly Southfork.
Loopner lovers can get their fill this week on "The Best of Saturday Night Live" on Nickelodeon: Lisa wants Todd to get lost because her music teacher is coming (Monday at 10 p.m.), Mrs. Loopner lectures Lisa on the facts of life (Friday at 10 p.m.) and Todd and Lisa get a kick out of the refrigerator repairman (Saturday at 10 p.m.).
Fred has one of his famous "heart attacks" in front of Lena Horne when he's caught rummaging around in her dressing room on "Sanford and Son" (Thursday at 4:35 p.m., TBS).
"Gomer Captures a Submarine," but not before he bungles things even more than he usually does, on "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C." (Friday at 1:30 a.m., TBS).
The mating season for Spock means trouble for the Enterprise crew on "Amok Time," an episode of "Star Trek" (Friday at midnight, KCOP).
Victoria Jackson, before her "Saturday Night Live" days, is a guest star on "The Jeffersons" (Tuesday at 4:05 p.m., TBS).
Zsa Zsa Gabor visits both "Gilligan's Island" (Thursday at 8:30 a.m., KTTV) and "Make Room for Daddy" (Friday at 12:30 a.m., Nickelodeon).
Lt. Gerard's wife, blinded in an accident, doesn't realize that Kimble is the man who is helping her, on a two-part story on "The Fugitive" (Monday at noon, Tuesday at noon, A&E).
Molly Ringwald plots to get her parents back together in an early episode of "The Facts of Life" (Sunday at 3 p.m., KTTV). She would appear in only a few more before the series focused on only four of the girls.