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Oscar Baez, 52, resigned from the Prairie Grove Police Department the day after the Nov. But on Thursday, Mc Henry County Judge Michael Feetterer acquitted...… continue reading »
There was a big front page article in the Los Angeles Times a few days ago on the state of sitcoms. Even if they are gifted comedians, at best they are relegated to “friends” of the blow-dried mannequins the network fight over to star in these shows. That cast picture will never be mistaken for a J-Crew ad. Another trend I see is networks hiring actors and inexperienced writers to write pilots. So big surprise when an actor the network likes turns in an amateurish draft. Of course the problem here is that networks avoid many of them became they’re no longer 25, and writers who are in demand would rather explore cable networks or other delivery systems where there is at least the potential of more freedom. One of the romantic comedies could give us the next Sam & Diane. But with networks pulling ALL the strings, what do you think the chances are of that happening?… continue reading »