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The Odd Interview 5: Norman Lear's Victory Lap

PThe fifth installment of The Odd Interview features an expanded, lightly edited version of an interview that originally appeared in the Late Fall 2015 issue of  4,162 more words


An Interview with Writer and Former Showrunner Bob McCullough

Bob McCullough wrote the book, Where Hollywood Hides: Santa Barbara along with his wife Suzanne Herrera McCullough. Bob and Suzanne also host the podcast, Where Hollywood Hides… 1,287 more words

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What Once Was.

So comes a spellbinding walk down memory lane for any American over– let’s say– 50?  Seeing as this number sits far in my future, who am I to talk?   103 more words


The Magic that is 70's Television

I grew up watching all manner of television shows. I think being born in the 70s has something to do with it. In all seriousness, I consumed Good Times, All in the Family, The Jeffersons, even Three’s Company. 233 more words


Let's revisit "Murder at Sea"

The two detectives go undercover on a cruise ship to investigate two drug-related murders, but find more than they planned when they stumble onto a meeting of syndicate bosses. 4,807 more words

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