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Frankie Valli: 81 Years Old And Still Entertaining

I was watching Frankie Valli being interviewed on The Big Interview by Dan Rather, and was saddened to know,  that he had lost two children in a short time period. 524 more words

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The Journey of Heroines and the Return of the Bionic Woman

Ed Asner I’d heard about. Lindsay Wagner was the real news. Lindsay “The Bionic Woman” Wagner. That’s how she signs her checks. Coming to my town to film a made-for-tv movie of fluff. 1,469 more words

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Classic TV - 'Roseanne' recap: "Language Lessons"

As the third season of Roseanne moves along nicely, we get more insight to the relationships that define the show. While Roseanne Connor is the obvious center for the stories – the tent pole, the other characters are distinct enough that each supporting player has a key moment throughout these early episodes. 2,086 more words

So long, Dave

It was almost like a sickness.

For a few years in the 1980s, I stayed up every night and watched “Late Night with David Letterman” on NBC. 265 more words

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My 10 favorite episodes of The Twilight Zone

I started watching The Twilight Zone a couple years ago because all the seasons were free on Amazon Prime Instant Video, and Rod Serling was there staring into my soul saying, “you need to watch this.” And since I was too cheap to pay for cable and too impatient to get into a serial at the time, I thought, “hell, why not.” 778 more words

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Goodbye Mad Men

Social media and water coolers alike have been a buzz since the series final episode of “MAD MEN” aired. Some have wondered just why the series became such an intensely popular phenomenon. 1,709 more words

UPDATE: CBS is Colorizing "I Love Lucy." Here's Why I'm Okay with That.

Updated 5/20/15 -New info in italics.

“The last time I checked, I owned the films that we’re in the process of colorizing,” a television executive… 721 more words

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