On this episode of the 1989 teen advice show "What's Up Dr. Ruth," the Dr. is in to talk about the Heavy Metal phenomenon with special guests, Anthrax, and their mothers!
In this episode of Good Sex from 1985, Dr. Ruth has a therapy session with a woman considering an affair and then candidly interviews Bianca Jagger about fame, public life and what she learned being married to Mick Jagger.
"I have to tell you Burt... since you are the sexiest man in the country, it makes perfect sense for you to be on my show." In this 1984 episode of "Good Sex," Dr. Ruth interviews Burt Reynolds who answers questions and fields phone calls for the segment. Commercials included!
In this 1984 episode of "Good Sex," Dr. Ruth sits down with a couple trying to navigate a long distance relationship and interviews Charles Pierce, who is known as one of the 20th century's foremost female impersonators.
In this 1985 episode of "Good Sex," Dr Ruth talks about the Politics of Sex with activist and journalist Gloria Steinem.
Dr Ruth talks to comedian Jackie Mason in this 1986 episode of The Dr Ruth Show and sits down to therapy with Rick whose Caribbean Singles Retreat didn't go as planned.
Dr. Ruth is joined by Jerry Seinfeld in this special episode of "The Dr. Ruth Show," filmed in 1986 in New York.
On this episode of the 1989 teen advice show "What's Up Dr. Ruth," the Dr. is in to talk about the politics and power of with special guest LL Cool J, featuring a special performance from Stetsasonic.
Dr Ruth sits down with actress and director Lee Grant, who talks about her forward thinking and controversial 1985 documentary "What Sex Am I?"
On this episode of "What's Up Dr. Ruth," the Dr. invites a former astronaut and leading UFO specialist onto the show with mostly skeptical teenage audience. Yes, Dr. Ruth is a sex therapist, so fittingly, Alien Sexual Fantasies do come up as a brief topic of discussion.
"Is it big breasts, long legs, sexy underwear? Or is a Law Degree?" In this '90s spinoff "On The Air With Dr. Ruth," the Doctor holds a panel discussion with a group of men about what turns them on.
"Even Sigmund Freud himself did not know..." In this '90s spinoff "On The Air With Dr. Ruth," the Doctor holds a panel discussion with a group of women about what they want in a man.