Dear Ron Howard:
Thank you for adding Ray Romano to the cast of Parenthood this season.
I love his character, Hank. I love the relationship that Hank has with Sarah Braverman, played by Lauren Graham.
Heck, I even love his glasses.
As devastated as I was by the cancellation of Romano’s wonderful TBS series Men of a Certain Age, this new role almost heals that wound.
If Hank ends up having a limited run, though, the weeping will no doubt start anew.
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TBS sports the slogan “very funny.”
But I’m afraid, after they finish promoting the premiere of Conan’s O’Brien’s new show on November 8th, it might be “very Chapter 11.”
I’ve never really worried about a network before…but I worry about TBS. They seem like such a small group of underdogs. When they initially adopted the “very funny” slogan, it was more aspirational than point of fact.
And now, with “Conan” on their lineup, battling it out with David and Jay (albeit with a half-hour head start), they’re spending the big bucks to make sure this late night venture is a success.
Or, at the very least, lasts more than six months.
Conan’s got a blimp — have you seen it? It’s big and orange and inflated like his head. Since I follow Team CoCo on Facebook, I get what seems like hourly tweets updating me on the blimp’s location…and the sucker’s all over the place.
Conan’s doing lots of promos on TV, of course, and I even saw an ad at the movie theater where he washes his desk a la wet t-shirt contest. It’s all creative and funny and original and makes me look forward to the show even more.
I just hope there are millions of other people just like me. For Conan’s sake.
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