Category Archives: Television

Who Do You Trust?

In 1972, an Oliver Quayle survey declared Walter Cronkite “the most trusted man in America.”  Recently, American University Professor Joseph Campbell, author of the book Getting It Wrong!, states  that Cronkite was not the most trusted man in America at … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened to Nash Bridges?

Remember disco music, Reaganomics, and the Cabbage Patch Kids?  In a decade that began with the murder of the man who championed “Give Peace a Chance,” the technology and the economic policies of the 1980’s strangled creativity and imagination.  A … Continue reading

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The Undiscovered Country

Klingon Chancellor Gorkon lifts his glass of Romulan ale in the air, looks across the table at carefully placed Star Fleet and Romulan dignitaries and toasts, “To the undiscovered country!”  After a short pause and bewildered looks, he exclaims, “To … Continue reading

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Big Men of Hollywood

Contrary to popular belief, there aren’t a lot of big men in the entertainment business.  Most look larger than they are due to a little camera magic using different angles, shorter supporting actors and actresses, and physical accoutrements such as … Continue reading

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Tough Gals of Television

It’s a fact that women are moving up in the world, particularly in the world of entertainment.  If you’re a typical man,  you probably believe women are advanced enough, and if a woman, it’s still a man’s world and you, … Continue reading

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