Despite setbacks in Washington and Alabama, Steve seems to have landed on his feet in Hollywood.
The Hangover trilogy has been a big hit.
Take your date and watch it at the mall!
When big national news breaks, I turn to Brian Ross and Brian Williams.
If anybody can break the news, it’s those two inventive reporters. –Ted Baxter
In all three, the fake is mistaken for the real. But there’s a crucial difference. In The Life of Brian, our hero has integrity. He is committed to telling the truth, even when the public doesn’t want to hear it. Ross and Williams could learn from that.
Comment: Previously, sports had been injected into the network’s political commentary, confusing viewers.
Now, it will appear as part of regularly-scheduled programming.
One exciting addition is Nancy Pelosi’s new program, “Hoops Highlights,” focusing on girls’ middle-school basketball.
Bernie Sanders follows with all today’s news and action in curling.
The network will then feature a regular, four-hour discussion on the minimum wage.
Professor Jimmy Steele had a big idea, and a wonderful one it was.
Brits, he thought, might improve their dental health. (Link here to his obit.)
The key would be . . . occasionally going to the dentist.
Until then, no one in England had ever done that.
Now, however, there is said to be one dentist working in London and another about to open a practice in Manchester.