UPDATE: I'm quite touched that the one and only Gary Sandy read this post and shared it on his Facebook page. I appreciate his kind comment that he was "quite moved" by this post too. Thank you, Gary. It means a lot, and it's a testament to your fine acting. ***** Do you aspire to be a leader at work? Do you wonder what it takes to be considered a leader by others, or how to go about exhibiting your leadership skills? I have a suggestion … [Read more...] about WKRP In Cincinnati’s Andy Travis: A True Leader (Career Advice)
For eight glorious seasons (1977-1984), "Three's Company" treated its viewers to episodes filled with numerous pratfalls, innuendos, and, of course, misunderstandings. Or, in simplest terms, a really good time. That's because everything worked so well together -- from the writing to the acting -- led by the physical comedy genius John Ritter brought to Jack Tripper and Joyce DeWitt's consistently solid performance as level-headed Janet Wood. Sure, some … [Read more...] about No Misunderstanding: ALL Three’s Company Episodes Ranked!
Every Fall TV season brings about a new round of series premieres for viewer consideration. Sub-par shows will quickly reveal themselves and likely be canceled soon after they debut. And, unfortunately, some quality shows won't catch on or be given a fair chance to find an audience, and they too will ultimately face their demise. To quote Bruce Hornsby, "That's just the way it is. Some things will never change." But now there's yet another Fall TV … [Read more...] about Give TV Reboots The Boot! (Networks Jump The Shark Every Fall Season)
Can today's top music artists hold their own against artists from decades past? Will current chart-toppers have a place on peoples' playlists generations from now? Only time will tell. But let's take a look at the top 5 albums on Billboard Magazine's chart this week and compare: … [Read more...] about Billboard Album Charts Compared: This Week (2018 vs. Past Decades)
Oh my gosh -- "Will & Grace" and "Murphy Brown" returned! It's "Must-See TV" all over again! Uh, well, not really. Funny how the phrase Must-See TV is thrown around so easily these days. The last time I can recall a major TV network offering a block of essential prime-time viewing was back in the day when shows like "Hill Street Blues," "Cheers" and "Seinfeld" filled TV Guide. But go back several decades and now you're talking Must-See TV. … [Read more...] about What Must-See TV Really Means (Classic TV Still Reign Supreme)