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“Friday Night Lights” Gets Its Due, Ends Tonight

Image via Wikipedia It isn’t always that you get to watch an Emmy-nominated episode of a series the night after the nominations come out. But tonight’s series finale of “Friday Night Lights,” titled “Always,” is one of those rare times and rare episodes. It airs at 8 tonight on Channel ...
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Answering Some Critics

Sometimes my readers make me think, sometimes they make me laugh and wonder what they think they are reading. Some recent comments about my blog are worth addressing in a larger forum than just a comment response. 1) Why do you dislike everyone under 35? Not guilty. Some of my favorite people are under ...
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“Rescue Me” As Dependable as Jeter

Image via Wikipedia The FX series “Rescue Me” rescued me over the weekend. I was sick and felt kind of low, but had seven episodes of the final season to watch to make me laugh, think about death and how crazy life came be. The final season about the FDNY premieres at 10 p.m. Wednesday on cable’s ...
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Balanced Story: McClintick Leaving Ch.4

A year ago, Channel 4 anchor-reporter Lisa Flynn shocked the station by announcing she was leaving the business to spend more time with her young son Now Channel 4′s Michele McClintick is following a similar script. The demands of balancing the work schedule of the TV news business with motherhood ...
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Some Help Needed for Ch.4′s Kiddie Corps

Channel 4 isn’t doing its Kiddie Corps any favors. That thought came to mind one night during the 4th of July weekend when I watched the 11 p.m. news. Of course, hiring young reporters and anchors isn’t anything new. And with the TV business looking for ways to cut costs, it makes sense for the local ...
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HBO’s “Curb” Is LOL Funny

Image via Wikipedia LOL. I don’t do it very often. But the DVD of three episodes of Larry David’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm” had me laughing out loud repeatedly. The HBO series returns for its eighth season at 10 p.m. Sunday with an episode, “The Divorce,” that wasn’t available for review. A ...
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“Stunning Verdict” Shouldn’t Have Been So Stunning

Image by Getty Images via @daylife Confession time. I didn’t watch one minute of the Casey Anthony coverage over the last three years. As soon as the “Today Show” or any network or cable news program started its coverage of the then 22-year-old mother accused of killing her daughter, I switched ...
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The News Benefits by Turning Into TV

Image via Wikipedia I hesitated to weigh in on the dispute captured on video between Buffalo News education reporter Mary Pasciak and Elena Cala, the assistant to Buffalo Schools Superintendent James A. Williams. That’s because I know both of them. Pasciak is a former colleague at the News and remains ...
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Singing Praises of “Thrones,” Lynch and Mayock

Image via Wikipedia A couple of players on my tennis team were singing the praises of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” recently before asking me if I had seen it and if I knew whether there would be a second season. I hadn’t seen it at the time ( I watched the first episode via HBO On Demand the next ...
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Channel 2 Debate Swings and Misses

Image via Wikipedia It’s time for a debate. Can anyone think of a dumber idea than the one Channel 2 had Monday night when it had local Tea Party activist Rus Thompson and FM radio co-host Tom Ragan debate the controversial decision by Republican State Sen. Mark Grisanti to vote for same-sex marriage ...
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