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Today in TV: February 5, 2014

Rolling Stones
Rolling Stones
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Here are some notable events in TV history for today:

The "Andy Griffith Show" made it to 50 episodes on this date in 1962.

The Rolling Stones were unable to play, "Let's Spend the Night Together" on an ITV show on which they appeared because of a musician's union strike.

"The Smother Brothers Comedy Hour" debuted on this date in 1967.

On this date in 1990, Notre Dame became the first university to have an exclusive broadcast deal for its games when it inks a deal with NBC.

"Married With Children" made it to 200 episodes on this date in 1995.

On this date in 2001, Kelly Rippa officially became Regis Philbin's broadcast partner on the newly renamed, "Live! With Regis And Kelly."

Here are some notable birthdays for today:

Former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Tim Meadows was born today.

Darren Criss, known for being in the cast of "Glee" celebrates his birthday today.

Davis Cleveland of The Disney Channel's "Shake it Up" was born on this date.