April 11, 1967: During the prologue, Geoffrey Lumb (as Mitchell Dru) assured viewers that they had not missed any important developments in the Danny Fargo murder case while AW was pre-empted due to the AFTRA strike (March 29 - April 10, 1967). Dru summarized D.A. Walter Curtin's case against Missy and Bill's earnest quest to find Sam Lucas, who was a major suspect in the murder. This was followed by the Opening Sequence and the episode proper.

May 1982: After the freeze frame, there was a photo of Hugh Marlowe with his birth and death dates, alerting the viewers to his passing.

February 1988: At the end of the episode for Wally's memorial service, Linda Dano (Felicia) and Stephen Schnezter (Cass) informed viewers that Brent Collins (Wallingford) had died.

May 8, 1989: Amanda telling Sam about the history between Rachel and Alice, featured a shot of a B&W photo of Courtney circa 84-85.
May 9, 1989: John Hudson in the Frame barn talking about Pat Randolph.
May 16, 1989: Josie talking about the Frame family.
May 17, 1989: After the freeze frame, characters rehashed their personal situation and reminded viewers of the upcoming 25th anniversary celebration.
Unknown: Matthew in the gym.
Unknown: Vicky talking about the skeletons in the closet of Jamie's family.
Unknown: Jamie talking about Dennis

May 10, 1989: After the freeze frame of his last episode, there was a photo of Douglass Watson with his birth and death dates, alerting the viewers to his passing.

May 17, 1989: After the freeze frame, Cass brought up his upcoming wedding to Nicole and reminisced about Kathleen while a shot of a Black and White photo of Julie Osburn was featured.

August 1991: After the freeze frame, Matt Crane and Ricky Paull Goldin asked viewers to call the 800 number on the bottom of the screen and vote for Dean's back-up band.

March 15, 1993: After the freeze frame, shortly after her death, there was a photo of Constance Ford with her birth and death dates, alerting the viewers to her passing.

April 4 and 6, 1994: After the freeze frame, Tom Eplin (then on April 6 with Julian McMahon) asked viewers to write and tell him what a woman really wants from a man. "Advice for Jake," P.O. Box 2002 at Murray Hill Station.

Winter 1999: After the fade-out, a voice-over encouraged viewers to log on to an internet web site and share their views on the show.

June 14-25, 1999: The last two weeks of the show, the second of two mid-episode logo shots were replaced with mini flashbacks, spotlighting the following actors:

June 18, 1999: After the next-day teaser, Victoria Wyndham encouraged viewers to buy Julie Poll's new book celebrating the 35th anniversary of the show.