c/o George Williams, Head of the
New York City, NY (Brooklyn)
The Raccoon Lodge was founded by Toots Mondello and Herman Hildebrand in 1907.
Their national leader is Morris Fink, the Grand High Exalted Mystic Ruler. The
300 dues paying members of the Bensonhurst Chapter included bus driver Ralph
Kramden, and sewer worker Ed Norton. Each member wears double-breasted military
jackets with oversized epaulets on each shoulder, white shirts, dark ties and
hats with a raccoon tail dangling from the back. Members had to be a US citizen
for the last six months; have a public school diploma; and pay a $1.50
initiation fee. The lodge's monthly dues are $2.00. The Raccoon Lodge bowling
team is called the "Hurricanes." The Raccoons are also referred to as "The
International Order of Friendly Sons of the Raccoons"; "The International Order
of Loyal Raccoons", or at times, "The Royal Order of Raccoons." The Raccoon's
slogan is "E Pluribus Raccoon." Their national conventions are held in Chicago
and in Minneapolis. Their drinking toast is "Fingers to fingers, thumbs to
thumbs, watch out below, here she comes."
Rachel’s Place is a 1950’s style diner. It is owned by Rachel Crawford, a
34-year-old widow. Rachel build her diner from the charred remains of the former
restaurant called LeRoys, a popular after school hangout. Her support staff
included her niece Laura Winslow and her friend, Steve Urkel who work part-time
American Northwest (1600s)
Pierre is a frontier scout. He traveled America's northwest during the 17th
century with his partner, Medard.
Dakota Territory (late 1860s)
Frank is a US Marshall. He maintains law and order with the help of his three
deputies J.D. Smith, a former gunfighter; Del Stark and Vance Porter.
(Laverne & Shirley)
Carmine is an aspiring singer and dancer. His girlfriend is Shirley Feeney. His
friends call him "The Big Ragoo."
(From A Bird’s Eye View)
Somewhere over the Atlantic
Maggie is an American stewardess who works for International Airlines based in
London. She shares the friendly skies with her British coworker Millie Grover.
They both report to Mr. Beauchamp, an airline executive.
RAMPARTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
c/o Dr. Kelly Brackett
Los Angeles, CA
Other emergency room staff include Dr. Joe Early, Dr. Morton and Nurse Dixie
McCall. Ramparts talks via radio with paramedics from Squad 51 as they handle
emergency cases on the streets of Los Angeles County.
RAMPO MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING
(The Bob Newhart Show)
c/o Dr. Robert Hartley
Office 751 [also seen as 715]
Dr. Hartley's receptionist is Carol Kester-Bondurant. He regularly meets with a
therapy group comprised of Elliott Carlin, Mrs. Bakerman, Mr. Peterson, Mr.
Gianelli, and Michelle. Orthodontist Dr. Jerome "Jerry" Merle Robinson [located
on the same floor] also shares Carol as his receptionist.
New Prospect, OK (1900)
Hec Ramsey is an aging gunfighter. He accepts a job as deputy sheriff in the
turn-of-the-century town of New Prospect, Oklahoma to help Sheriff Oliver B.
Stamp, an honorable but inexperienced, young lawman. Ramsey solved his criminal
cases with the use of modern criminology techniques. Note: The series was a
rotating program (one of four) on the NBC SUNDAY NIGHT MOVIE.
RAMSEY, Mr. & Mrs.
(Facts of Life)
Parents of Dorothy "Tootie" Ramsey, a young girl attending the Eastland School
for Young Women in Peekskill, NY.
RANDALL & HOPKIRK PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS
(My Partner the Ghost)
c/o Jeff Randall & Marty Hopkirk
Marshall & Brooks Street
Marty is killed by a hit-and-run driver and returns to his partner, Jeff Randall
as a ghost. His wife, Jean Hopkirk is their secretary-receptionist.
(My Partner the Ghost)
112 Stable Mews
Jeff is a private detective in London. His partner, Marty Hopkirk, is a ghost.
(Wanted: Dead or Alive)
Old West (late 1800s)
Josh is a frontier bounty hunter. He affectionately called his carbine "Mare's
Laig." Mare's Leg was an 1892 Winchester 30-40 carbine with a sawed off barrel
which handled like a pistol but had the explosive punch of a rifle cartridge.
Josh once said of his gun "It's kinda like a hog's leg but not quite as mean, If
I have to use it, I want to get the message across." Randall later acquired a
sidekick named Jason Nichols.
(Learning The Ropes)
34 Hampton Street
Robert is a history teacher and assistant principal at Ridgedale Valley. He
lives with his teenage children Ellen and Mark. Robert moonlights as the
wrestler called "The Masked Maniac."
(Hollywood Off Beat)
c/o Steve Randall, Investigator
6103 Gentry Avenue
Steve charges $25 a day for his services. "Trouble is his business."
RANDALL, David & wife, Lori
(Together We Stand / Nothing Is Easy)
37 Brookfall Road
David owns the Randall Sporting Goods Store. The Randall's live with their
children Jack [natural born] & Amy, Sam Vu Tron, and Sally [adopted siblings].
RANDOLPH & CALHOUN SPECIAL SERVICES
(Bourbon Street Beat)
c/o Rex Randolph & Cal Calhoun
[Next to The Old Absinthe House]
New Orleans, LA (French Quarter)
Melody Lee Mercer is their receptionist.
RANDOLPH HARRINGTON COLLEGE - Founded 1878
c/o President Wesley Butterfield
Tasha King works at the Student Union Information Counter. Boyd Pritchett is the
union's Physical Plant Assistant. Student Joy Byrnes' mailbox is #1050.
(The Range Rider)
American Frontier (late 1800s)
The Range Rider is a frontier hero. He roamed the west of the 1800s with his
teenage sidekick, Dick West [known as "The All American Boy."] to help those in
need and put the bad guys in their place.
c/o Captain Horton
Deep Wells Ranger Station
Texas Territory (late 1800s)
Rango (just "Rango") is a bumbling Texas Ranger assigned to Deep Wells Ranger
Station. His sidekick is Pink Cloud, a cowardly Indian scout. His superior
officer is Captain Horton.
RAPHAEL (the turtle) See - TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES
North African Desert (1940s)
The Rat Patrol is a military division of the Allied Forces based in North
African Desert during WWII. Outfitted with two machine gun mounted jeeps, their
mission was to terrorize and destroy the Nazi desert forces (Afrika Korps) led
by German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel [a.k.a. "The Desert Rat"]. US Army Sergeant
Sam Troy commanded this elite group of Americans [Pvt. Mark "Hitch" Hitchcock
a.k.a. "The Kid" and Pvt. Tully Pettigrew, a quiet guy with a Southern accent]
and one Englishman [Sgt. Jack Moffitt, a Ph.D, archeologist and demolition
expert] to harass German armored units commanded by Captain Hauptman Hans
Dietrich. Note: The Rat Patrol was based on the real-life exploits of the WWII
British armored car outfit called "The Long Range Desert Group." The series was
filmed on the deserts of Spain.
Raven is a private eye. He infiltrated and trained with a group of ninjas in
Japan called the Black Dragon Society who had killed his parents. When Raven
left the clan against their orders, assassins were dispatched to kill him and
his son Aki. Raven's partner is security analyst Herman "Ski" Jablonski.
No. 43 Albert Square
Walford E20, London (East End)
Simon is gay and loves clothes. He works at the market clothes stall. His
father, Terry lives with Irene Hills at 87 George Street.
87 George Street
Walford E20, London (East End)
Terry is a former real estate worker. He lives with his children Tiffany and
Simon and his fiancée Irene Hills. Terry's first wife is Louise Simmonds who now
lives at 13A Turpin Road.