A television season is a heartless voyage captained by fast-buccaneers. Last week, scarcely out of port, the following shows were set up on the plank and told to start walking:
>The Roy RogersDale Evans Show (ABC), mercifully described as a variety hour, has run out of everything but saddle soap and sentimentality. It will disappear this month.
> The New Loretta Young Show (CBS), about a widow and her seven sickening children, has a firm hold on its air time until late winter, when it will be dropped.
> Fair Exchange, CBS's hour-long exercise in Anglo-American clichés (about English and American families who...