Well, I can think of four.
In the "Shows people might have actually seen" category.
She's the Sheriff
Suzanne Summers plays a wife who is appointed to the office of sheriff in a small town after her husband dies. She fights constantly with her underling Deputy Max who has the bizarre idea that maybe choosing someone to be sheriff just because she was married to the former office holder might not be the best route to take. Gasp! Now add in cheesy 80s sitcom cliches and you've got a show.
Out of This World
A 13 year old girl discovers that her dad (voiced by Burt Reynolds) was actually a space alien. And now she has special powers, like glittering in the sunlight. Sorry. Wrong film. She does the much less cool "stop time" thing. Oh, and her face acts like a mood ring. (And for a 13 yaer old girl, that should make her face change color almost non-stop.) Oh, and she can change her shoes really fast. Plot wise, it's this: Eve uses her powers. Messes something up. Spends rest of the epsiode trying to fix it. In other words, it's an episode of Sabrina, except without Frank writing it.
And in the obscure category...
There's been a nuclear war! And only six survivors remain! Watch the zaniness!
Sigh. This one came from Fox and I was actually curious enough to watch it. If I remember correctly, you had a teacher, a homeless guy, a ditzy blone, a feminist, a scientist and Gordon Gekko as the wacky survivors. It basically played like Gilligan's Island. Except Gilligan's Island was much better written. Read that last sentence again and ponder the implications.
And of course,
Heil Honey I'm Home
Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun escape Germany and move into a typical 1950s TV neighborhood until one day their new neighbors the Goldsteins move in next door and make their lives wackier!
For some odd reason, this got cancelled after one episode. For the morbidly curious, it can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbj9otRPdiM