Time for another round of forgotten
"Co-Ed Fever" (1979)
What's remarkable about this Animal House rip-off was that, despite the presence of Heather Thomas, this show lasted only one episode. Did you catch what I just said? ONE EPISODE! There's only been a handful of shows that were so bad they didn't make it to a second episode - and I don't think any situation comedy from the sixties through the eighties bears this dubious distinction.
"Calucci's Department" (1973)
The seventies were big on blue collar. Shows like Sanford & Son, Chico & the Man, Taxi, Barney Miller, and All in the Family reveled in their low income bracket. The eighties flushed all that down the toilet in favor of upper class daydreams like The Cosby Show and Silver Spoons. Rosanne became the only gritty thing in town... but I digress...
"Calucci's Department" took place at the unemployment office, where James Coco played the department head. I don't remember the program, but it might've been good. Unfortunately, it had to go up against Sanford & Son and was clobbered.
"The Cop and the Kid" (1975)
A few years before Mr. Drummond adopted a couple of kids from the ghetto, fat-ass Charles Durning was adopting a black kid of his own in this sappy short lived sitcom. The seventies were full of stuff like this. The only thing interesting about this one is Tierre Turner. The actor who played the titular Kid became a very successful stunt double and coordinator. His IMDb filmography is something to behold.
Mclean Stevenson left the much heralded MASH to land in one dud after another. I remember seeing him on Match Game appearing drunk and groping all over the pretty contestants.... it was embarrassing. "Hello Larry" is his most famous failure, but there were others, "Condo" being the last. After this, his career was done.
I mean, look at the promotional photograph: a Caucasian family tries to get along with a Hispanic family (yawn). I literally yawned uncontrollably when I typed that sentence. I'm not kidding.