Make one of them gay and don't reveal which until the end of season 1.[quote] How did I "drag" Candace Bergen into a discussion of Murphy Brown?
It would also be cool if it aired live every week so they could tweak it with the must up to date current events being discussed. antenna channels off the beaten path and I bet you anything they are doing better than most of what is on network TV these days. My old pal Brett Butler, of all people, better dust off the old wardrobe and drop a few; her show plays all the time on one channel, the same one as "Roseanne" has been on. I don't see Grant Shaud coming back to this, since he left early and, apparently, not on great terms. The actors playing Frank and Corky are still around.
Might be the only way to get viewership again, especially in the flyover regions. Charles Kimborough is 81 - he may make some appearances but not sure he'd be up for a whole season. Lily Tomlin is too, albeit busy with Grace & Frankie. It could be interesting, but they'd have to pull from the supporting characters more.
They don't even have more than a season on DVD because they think they'll lose money on the music rights alone.
Meanwhile, all 7 years of [italic]Designing Women[/italic], which was on the same night, came out with minimal alterations.
Bergen was the only "get" and I doubt she's been beating off roles with a stick.
”But his speech was a perfectly intelligent speech about fathers not being dispensable and nobody agreed with that more than I did.”Not so curious. Diane English has one credit in 2008, since the show went off the air.We may place a text file called a "cookie" in the browser files of your computer, which enables us to customize our site to better suit your preferences.For example, a "cookie" could store your log-in information so that you do not need to register for every subsequent download that requires a form.I was a kid at the time and even I thought it was substandard compared to adult sitcoms and even to the earlier generations of youth-centric sitcoms. They'll have to do a "They Shoot Fat People, Don't They?Kimbrough isn't part of this as a regular, though he may appear in one episode. " episode early on, or it will be all anyone talks about. ”I never have really said much about the whole episode, which was endless,” the Associated Press quotes her as saying.