Pink Lady, also known as Pink Lady and Jeff, is a short-lived American variety show that aired for four weeks on NBC in 1980. The series ranked #35 on TV Guide's Fifty Worst TV Shows of All Time list.
The series also featured Pink Lady performing various songs along with interaction with celebrity and musical guests. The group would end the show by jumping into a hot tub together. After the poorly rated series premiere, NBC moved Pink Lady to Friday nights and added Jim Varney, who achieved later fame as "Ernest P. Worrell" in the Ernest series of movies and television shows, as a character actor. The series was also retitled Pink Lady and Jeff, however, the move and retooling failed to help ratings and the series was canceled after five episodes.
After the series end, Pink Lady returned to Japan where they performed their farewell concert in 1981. The duo reunited in 1996 and celebrated the 25th anniversary of their first hit in 2003 with a successful concert tour.
Jeff Altman went on to host Solid Gold and returned to stand-up comedy.