It's fun to sit back and reflect and gently prompt readers to hit the archives once in awhile.
The year started off with me surveying other writers on how they overcome writers block.
The WGA strike was in full-force. I was an outspoken supporter and posted frequent updates.
I again reviewed AMERICAN IDOL and as always enjoyed the earlier competition more. The Swinging 70s were great fodder.
Another blog tradition: I reviewed the Oscars.
March meant spring training and as the host of Dodger Talk on KABC I ventured east to Florida with my son, Matt. A travelogue followed.
The Spring Movies were previewed. How many did you actually see?
In April there was a Komedy Kontest.
My May post on stage mothers elicited an angry comment from Diana DiGaramo's mother, which touched off a very heated debate.
Thanks to friend of the blog, Great Big Radio I was able to post the ALMOST PERFECT pilot.
The summer began by going to Disneyland.
From time to time you got excerpts from my memoir, growing up in the 60s.
The big hit movie of the summer was Batman: The Dark Knight.
September brought the Emmy Awards inexplicably starring Reality Show hosts.
The Presidential Debates occupied October and I shared tips on how to win them.
I finally got around to watching and reviewing THE HILLS.
In November I held another Sitcom Room weekend seminar.
A watchdog website reclassified my blog as pornography.
And this month I turned to Montgomery Burns to explain NBC's decision to put Jay Leno in primetime.
Thanks again to YOU for reading this blog this year.