My iMac desktop computer (designed by my son and his team at Apple).
Mouse on a UCLA mouse pad.
Froggy Gremlin childhood toy.
Bob Hope in Dodger uniform bobblehead. (next to Koufax he was my favorite Dodger.)
Cup o’ pens.
Microphone and microphone stand for the podcast. (Please listen and subscribe.)
High end digital ZOOM recorder.
Fathers Day cards.
Seattle Mariners paperweight.
A Gary Larson FAR SIDE card showing the BEWITCHED writing staff brainstorming in the fourth season. Brilliant notions like: “What if Endora casts a spell on Darren?”
Allstate accident report I was supposed to fill out in 2011.
Box of Ralphs market Oyster Crackers. There are some things it's okay to buy the generic brand.
Plastic Bob’s Big Boy (I’m a Bob’s Big Boy fanatic and can never figure out why that checkered jumpsuit look didn’t catch on.)
Five old drafts of my play, GOING GOING GONE (with practically every page dog-eared).
Initial draft of my new play. (with EVERY page dog-eared).
Ellen Sandler's TV WRITER'S WORKBOOK, which is required reading for my UCLA class. (Note to my students: BUY IT)
Lucite encased Real Don Steele KHJ business card.
A hard bound copy of TODAY WILL BE DIFFERENT (personally signed) by author Maria Semple. (Fun reading. I recommend it. Actually, I recommend all of her books.)
A spec pilot from my rabbi.
A spindle of CD’s that includes albums from Frank Zappa and Joanie Sommers. Who plays CD's anymore? Why isn't this in the garage?
Dodger Stadium and Pauley Pavilion replica paperweights. Both very dusty.
50 GOING GOING GONE promotional postcards (now completely worthless).
Lucite encased picture of me with AfterMASH writing staff (that includes Larry Gelbart).
Vintage typewriter from 1890 with the carriage return arm on the right side. No FINAL DRAFT version for that.
93/KHJ Boss Radio mike flag.
Box of brads and paper clips.
My bobblehead collection that includes Harry Caray (pictured), Speedy Alka-Seltzer, and Jesus Christ.
And -- Oh God – I think there’s still a sandwich.