Way back in December I was celebrating the return to television of the dramady Ed.
I had fond memories of the Gilmore Girls-esque show, but the real thing is so much better than I remembered.
I smile the entire time I watch it, which I really appreciate right now.
Thanks Tom Cavanagh and Julie Bowen. And Michael Ian Black. And Justin Long.
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How I remember David Bowie…
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January 9, 2016 in Comedy, Cooking, Food, Humor, quote
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I can’t decide if Modern Family was showing its age last night or its writers were.
Did you happen to watch?
All the jokes were either racist or homophobic… but after each zinger, one of the characters would say, “That’s racist”… so does that make it okay?
Ironically enough, in one storyline, Jay and Gloria were both feeling their age as the oldest parents in baby Joe’s daycare class.
Sadly, the whole show felt past its freshness date.
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You know you want ’em…and you can buy ’em!
But you have to floss them every day, so plan accordingly.
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Do you remember the television series Ed?
It was on NBC 2000-2004.
Tom Cavanagh played Ed, a lawyer that returns to his hometown after a bad divorce to run a bowling alley. Julie Bowen (Modern Family) was his new love interest, comedian Michael Ian Black played a coworker and Justin Long a local high school kid.
It had the charm and quirkiness of Gilmore Girls, and I loved it. I’ve wondered through the years why it wasn’t syndicated on some cable channel.
Ed is coming to the UP network weekdays on January 10th!
I am pumped.
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I have watched Seth Meyers on Late Night since he took over the time slot.
His monologue was awkward, and the producers wisely ditched it a couple of months ago.
But his interview skills put most of his competitors to shame.
Case in point: his recent sitdown with Ellen Page.
Page was on the program to promote her movie Freeheld, the true story of a dying woman’s fight to leave her pension benefits to her lesbian partner.
Page was focused and somber; you could see her talking points reflected in her eyes. Seth was respectful of the film’s subject matter, but injected humor at just the right beats.
Jimmy Fallon? Take a look and take a lesson.
This is how you do it.
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