The Front Page—that tired, old farce from 1928 about the rowdy, tough talking days of cigar-chomping, ink-stained wretches yelling, “Stop the presses, I got a story that will break this town wide open!” before print journalism was decimated by the internet and (God forbid!) a plague called political correctness—is back on Broadway for its fifth hip replacement. 802 more words
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The self-proclaimed title of blue-collar worker Dan Conner (John Goodman) on the sitcom ROSEANNE/ABC/1988-97.
When Dan’s wife Roseanne (Roseanne Barr) teasingly doubted her husband’s ability to get a dry-walling job, Dan kicked back his kitchen chair, flexed his arm muscles and roared “I am the Drywall Master of the Universe!” in an attempt to convince his wife and himself of his worthiness.
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