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Posts Tagged ‘20/20’

’20/20′ Interviews Meteorologist John Bolaris About His Roofied and Robbed Story

Longtime WTXF meteorologist John Bolaris, who left the station earlier this year following a controversial interview with Playboy in which he recounted being roofied and robbed while on vacation in South Beach, will be featured in an upcoming episode of ABC’s “20/20,” discussing his well-traveled story.

The Philadelphia Daily News reports that Bolaris was interviewed recently in New York and Miami for “20/20.”

“I have no control,” Bolaris told the Daily News about the upcoming piece.  “I’m just as interested to see how the piece airs as anyone.”

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WHAS Reporter Mike Colombo Winds Up on Charlie Sheen Edition of ’20/20′

As viewers in Louisville watched last night’s top-rated, all-Charlie Sheen edition of “20/20,” they were treated to an unintentional sneak-peek of WHAS‘s 11 p.m. newscast.

When the ABC-affiliate went into its final commercial break of the hour, reporter Mike Colombo appeared on screen rehearsing a live stand-up.  Colombo had no idea that he was on-air as he proceeded to go over lines about a local robbery and even paused at one point to hold up a piece of paper as the photographer white balanced the camera.

After roughly 30 seconds, WHAS corrected the broadcast and went back to commercial. During the 11 p.m. newscast, Colombo executed his stand-up flawlessly, affirming the old adage that practice makes perfect, even if the practice winds up being broadcast during the highest rated episode of “20/20″ in the last two years. Read more