On The Air (David Lynch)

On the Air (1992) is an American sitcom created by David Lynch and Mark Frost, and broadcast by ABC. In the United States only three episodes were aired, although seven were filmed.The program follows the antics of the staff of a fictional 1950s television network (Zoblotnick Broadcasting Company or ZBC), as they try to put on a live variety program called "The Lester Guy Show", with disastrous results.

It starred Ian Buchanan, Marla Rubinoff, Nancye Ferguson, Miguel Ferrer, Gary Grossman, and Mel Johnson, Jr. 

On The Air - Episode 7

Lester is amazed by The Woman With No Name, a beatnik he's seen perform "down town."

On The Air - Episode 6 (David Lynch & Mark Frost, 1992)

Mr. Zoblotnick's favorite gypsy magician, The Great Presidio, who is scheduled to perform his most famous trick, The Gypsy Traveler

On The Air - Episode 5 (David Lynch & Mark Frost, 1992)

Betty is nervous over the appearance on the show of her famous sister Sylvia Hudson, an early television pioneer.

On The Air - Episode 4 (David Lynch & Mark Frost, 1992)

Guest stars this week are Doodles the Duck and, star of stage and screen, Stan Tailings

On The Air - Episode 3

Lester plots to destroy Betty by hosting a rigged quiz show, pitting her and her 7th grade teacher, Mrs. Thissle

On the Air - Episode 02

Betty's is invited to dinner by network owner Mister Zoblotnick

On the Air - Episode 01

David Lynch returned to television in 1992 with On the Air, a situation comedy (of all things) centered on the backstage hijinks on the set of a 1950s variety show.