Sunday, December 25, 2011

Our holiday greetings

MERRY CHRISTMAS

from the Levine family to yours...

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's not your family. That's MINE. Season's Greetings by the way.

DyHrdMET said...

probably no better post than this to ask another Friday question with a Christmas/holiday theme...

Every December, we see a lot of sitcoms do a Christmas-themed episode. I noticed a lot of the same thing around Thanksgiving and even sometimes around Halloween (and Valentine's Day and the Super Bowl and even March Madness on CBS). A lot of times, it seems coordinated (i.e. a block of 4 shows on ABC Tuesday night are all Christmas-themed on the same night). And as a writer, do you like having to include holiday themes in your scripts? And who usually decides to include a holiday theme? Is that the show runners or the network?

VP81955 said...

IIRC, Ken has said how difficult it is to come up with a holiday-themed episode, since it's extremely difficult to come up with an idea that hasn't been done before (and let's face it, the sentimentalist sensibility of Christmas can limit what a writer can do). But I'm certain he can elaborate.

wv: "atesto" -- not certain of your virility? Now you can find out in the privacy of your own home...without running the risk of inadvertently impregnating that lady in your life!

Mike said...

I actually look like that. (But with more beard & longer hair.)

Need a joke about Jewish Hell's Angels. All I've got is:
A wild weekend hog riding. After they've washed the dishes.

Paul Duca said...

Mike..and made sure the meat dishware and the dairy dishware were kept separate

Johnny Walker said...

Merry Christmas!

Paul Duca said...

Ah, yes...kneeling in front--Annie looks so lovely, just like her dad at that age.

WV: sprotest--what the Soccupy movement does