Category Archive: television

Nov 27

As God as My Witness…I Thought Turkeys Could Fly…

Feb 08

Rangers Reporter and Fordham’s Own John Giannone Takes Puck to the Face

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Ouch watch this: The guy’s a gamer, breaks open the bridge to his nose and does a live shot with blood dripping down his face. Now THAT’S HOCKEY. John’s a good guy and a former colleague. I used to have him on every Saturday with Richard Neer to talk all kinds of things, but mostly …

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Jul 25

A Bible Game Show?

Deacon Greg pointed me to this post today about the Game Show Network producing a new Bible Game show. I wonder if it will catch on and how one tries out! Watch the video to see who the surprising new host is. No, not me, silly.

Jul 25

Movin On Up! Sherman Hemsley Dead at 74

Two of my favorite satirical sitcoms growing up were All in the Family and the Spin-off of that show The Jeffersons. Both in a sense were social experiments on the problems of race in our country. Norman Lear, the show’s creator was brilliant and he chose to create two bigoted characters, Archie Bunker, a ultra-bigoted …

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Jun 23

Got Media Problems…Turn to Fox News to Fix ‘em

Yeah…that’s the ticket! From Deacon Greg’s Blog The Vatican has brought in the Fox News correspondent in Rome to help improve its communications strategy as it tries to cope with years of communications blunders and one of its most serious scandals in decades, The Associated Press learned Saturday.Greg Burke, 52, will leave Fox to become …

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Jun 19

Coming Your Way Soon to the Small Screen

This is an amazing effort by Joe Patane, of MTV’s Real World: Miami fame. Now a social worker and a licensed therapist, Joe has built a foundation and started Dream Camps for teens who have been through many traumatic experiences in their lives. He’s worked hard at finding a production company that won’t exploit the …

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Jun 06

Rest in Peace, Mrs. Landingham

72 year old actress Kathryn Joosten, who played the role of Presidential secretary, Mrs. Landingham, died this week. On the West Wing, her character was killed by a drunk driver after being persuaded by the President to go get a new car. It led to one of the greatest monologues in the history of television …

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