“It was four of the best years of my life,” Suchon told Hoffarth. “I’ll always have special fondness for Ken Levine, Joe Block and all the Dodgers fans who kept us company after every game. But the show needs a new voice to keep it fresh, and I don’t blame 570 for wanting to take the show in a different direction. It’s time for me to embark on a new adventure and find a new challenge.”
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Quick! Call the people who make Glade and tell them you won’t buy their stinky product til the writers win.
United Hollywood has the latest response to the AMPTP proposal.
AMPTP finally hires a PR firm.They’re going to need more than air freshener.
John August, Craig Mazin, Jane Espenson, and Josh Friedman pulled the 8-11 a.m. shift at Warner Bros., gate 2/3.
Ken Levine is picketing at CBS Radford.
Alessandra Stanley notices that talk shows aren’t as timely, in her own tardy fashion.
Rachel Sklar stirs the passions of those who admire Ayn Rand.
Nikki Finke’s got some hot news about a naughty, naughty showrunner, but banned any speculation by commenters. He was ratted out by an assistant which is a strategy that could so easily backfire.
ABC is set to run some webisodes of Lost. Was the network saving these for the “deleted scenes” feature of the DVD?
Alex Epstein is looking for someone to work for free.
Barbara Hall runs a TV quotes quiz.
Ken Levine lacerates more holiday films.
Some woman in Minneapolis finds the silver lining of the strike cloud.
Nora Ephron posts about cooking, but she’s sure been quiet about the strike. A commenter smacks her for talking trash about Mom.
Fun as this is, think they cleared the music? Written by Danny Zuker and Tim Kelleher, who also directed.
Craig Mazin tries to separate the noise from the news. The commenters are more restrained than previously, and are posting about the Teamsters who’re crossing the picket lines. FBLA’s next door neighbor is a grip, who’s mighty glad to be on location, he says. But our designer pal, whose show went dark, says his crew is pissed off.
John August has a cute anecdote about seeing Peter Roth in Mozza, which sort of undercuts the whole “Writers–they’re just like us!” meme. In a similar vein, Campanile will open a Writer’s Soup Kitchen on Wed. with a $18 prix fixe dinner menu, which is cold comfort to assistants who don’t have union cards or jobs or a spare $20. The nicely brought-up writer will take a whole group of unemployed to dinner.
Ken Levine takes a brisk turn around holiday movies. Fred Claus is gonna tank:
ELF it’s not. ALF it’s not.
People really hate Vince Vaughn, don’t they?
Tomorrow is the big multi-union march down Hollywood Blvd, so wear red, and show up at 1 PM at the corner of Ivar Ave and Hollywood Blvd.
David Chase might want to lay low for a while. Sopranos fans shut down the HBO server.
That diner? Holsten’s in Bloomfield.
TWOP loyalists go nuts–70 pages of comments.
NY Times readers fell for the cable snafu.
The House Next Door says we never saw it coming, which is as it should be–deep, profound, whatever.
Ken Levine mixes his Tonys.
Did you notice that all the bad things on THE SOPRANOS started happening AFTER they killed Tim Daly, the screenwriter? Bad mojo. This is the only power the WGA has.
If the other networks were smart, they’d get Ken Levine to counter-program American Idol. Why? Read:
Six months from now it all begins again…Kids who in a few weeks will be asked to perform live for thirty million people can’t remember the words to “Rockefeller Skank” when singing for three.
Levine picks his highlights of the season.
Ken Levine goes where no straight guy over 26 went before: American Idol. Watching the show in the studio wasn’t a relevatory experience for Levine, earsplitting rather than earth shattering. (Who wants a hot dog after a tour of Hormel?)
He’s got a great one-liner:
Jennifer Lopez giving singing tips is like Eddie Griffith giving driving tips.
Michael Slezak, at EW.com, tosses off a great observation:
What can be said of Haley’s take on Gloria Estefan’s cover of Vickie Sue Robinson’s Turn the Beat Around? That it had as much Latin flavor as one of Newt Gingrich’s appearances on Hannity & Colmes?
Going home tonight: Sanjaya? Phil? Chris?