Random musings and hopefully amusings…
Is California Governor Jerry Browne starting to look like Colonel Potter?
Watched my screener of VEEP. For some reason seeing an idiot as the President of the United States is less amusing to me at this moment.
The Dodgers have seven (count ‘em, seven) current or former General Managers. You’d think they be better.
Nice fact-checking by CNBC who reported Tuesday that the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was dead after reading a hacked Twitter account. And even they had Hillary winning California.
According to Facebook, I’m the only person I know who hasn’t taken a picture with Hillary Clinton.
How will Cleveland fans feel when LeBron leaves them for a second time?
Big suspense for this Sunday’s Tony Awards. Do you think HAMILTON will win anything?
Great line from my friend, Julie Warner: Bernie Sanders sets new record for longest Jewish goodbye.
Still waiting to see Rams billboards. They are coming back to Los Angeles, right? This isn't just another one of Cher's comeback tours?
My new play, GOING GOING GONE! will get a Los Angeles production this Fall. Stay tuned for details.
Can any panelist last more than three weeks on THE VIEW? Michelle Collins is the latest to get the boot. I don’t even know who these people are and they’re gone already. What a revolving door.
Time now for Bernie to join the bigger, more important fight -- making sure Donald Trump gets no closer to the White House than Jupiter.
For fans of vintage early TV: On Sunday Buzzr (yes, there really is a network called Buzzr) is running the long unseen TO TELL THE TRUTH pilot, which was called NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH and Mike Wallace was the host, not Bud Collyer.
One of the greatest Top 40 disc jockeys of all-time, The Real Don Steele got his name thanks to TO TELL THE TRUTH. His program director in Omaha gave him the handle to distinguish him. The inspiration: When Bud Collyer would say to the team of challengers, “Would the Real Don Steele please stand up?”
Is Adam Levine now known more for THE VOICE than Maroon 5? Or being mistaken for me?
There are probably five dramatic series I’d like to watch but since that means going back and catching up on thirteen hours of past episodes I think I’ll skip ‘em. I bet I’m not alone.
Are the Chicago Cubs fun to watch, or what? Hey! Hey!