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I choked up.
FWIW..."Cat" did not die in Breakfast at Tiffany's. He was rescued though soaking wet.
I don't consider two ten-episode summer filler runs as hits. YMOV
I enjoyed the plot of the first couple of episodes. Since then as soon as the storyline is established I've tuned out. This is the second Memphis...
And I quite enjoyed it. ;)
According to the documentary its genesis was with Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys.
Yes. Episode two.
Can only hope.
The story of Alfred Pennyworth, a former special-forces officer living in London and working for Bruce Wayne's father.
Anyone but me enjoying this?
Burns is releasing some of the unused video to the local stations so I'm sure we'll soon be overwhelmed.
For me, Muir is closer to my likes. If he would slow down his speech pace a bit and stop waving his hands I would like him better. I never even...
Count the "producers".
In TV, titles can mean nothing.
IMO today's news readers and reporters sound more like they are emphasizing parts of the script and auditioning for a part in a play instead of...
I didn't say ABC does the same thing. Muir's delivery is not at all like an emotion driven delivery.
No difference. She will trade on emotion. Pure and simple. I will lean toward ABC.
Having performed that function at TV stations I have personal feelings how an "anchor person" or even a street reporter should do the job. In my...
Same old, same old.
CBS has been my usual evening news source. Not with O'Donnell.
They are rapidly checking off the current political talking points.