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Jun 13th 2011 5:47PM Sorry..."snicker," or "whinny."
Jun 13th 2011 5:46PM Lou...do you mean "snkcier," or "whinny?"
Seriously, I got a steady feed of SATC in syndication late nights after it was canceled, because it was the only thing on in that time slot. It wasn't horrible, some of it even enjoyable. However, the concept is now dated, as are the characters. Any of those actresses, including Kim, would do well in more mature roles. I think KC in a serious roll would be great.
Jun 9th 2011 1:31PM I'm from Florida, where to most Floridians he's know as (as some people have said here,) "That sissy guy singin' guy from the early 80's?" I moved to Minneapolis 4 yrs ago, and the guy (understandably, considering he lived/lives here) IS HUGE. But I also have been involved in music, and anyone even remotely in the entertainment biz knows Prince, knows he's still QUITE active, and realizes that, even though he may not have had a top 40 hit in a long time, is still a major influence on a lot of other acts. He's style is not my style, but he's still an amazing musician. It is estimated that he has, stored away in his vaults, a library of over 2000 songs he's never released. So the moral of the story is, people in the industry KNOW how Prince is. Fans of Prince KNOW how he is. (I LOVE Fred Armisen's impression of him on SNL...SO spot on!) If you got booted from his show, it's almost a badge of honor.
Jun 3rd 2011 3:20PM I rmember watching reruns in the 70s w/Grandma, thinking Matt Dillon was cute for a grown up!
Jun 2nd 2011 5:45PM I adore Jane Lynch, and I'm sure she'll do a wonderful job. I enjoyed NPH a couple of years ago as well.
May 25th 2011 5:18PM Interesting idea! Or maybe some other crime drama with them, just not SVU. Fezz in a serious role...I'd try it.
May 25th 2011 3:58PM That was SO worth the exception, Randi!
May 25th 2011 2:44PM Yeah, the writing's on the wall for that one, now. Benson & Stabler were the cornerstone of the show. When they replaced Donofrio w/Noth on L&O:CI, I stopped watching it. When they brought in Goldbloom, I watched & it was okay, but not the same. Both of these shows were on long enough that the viewer loyalty isn't just for the stories themselves, but the characters.
May 17th 2011 4:25PM Though my attitude about it is not as hostile sounding as his/or hers, rltballer is right. Unfortunately, television is not a public service, (unless you're talking about PBS, which will likely lose it's government funding very soon.) Television IS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM, much like billboards. The entertainment provided is whatever will bring the most viewers, i.e. targets of the advertiser. AND, those viewers must also be the ones that will purchase the advertiser's wares, so demographics are important. Oh, and you TIVO and HULU and DVR users...what you watch doesn't count because you're either fast-forwarding over the ads, or if watching on the internet you're watching THEIR ads. Blaming the newtworks for being greedy doesn't hold water...if you've ever owned a business, you know it won't stay around long if you don't make money. So it's no one's fault but our own.
May 13th 2011 10:00AM I'm kinda with you on that. I'm not a huge Ashton fan, but I've seen him do some work I enjoyed. I'd give it a look see.