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TV BlogThe Sarah Silverman Program returns to Comedy Central this week with two very funny episodes. On Wednesday, October 8th Sarah smokes pot for the first time and is faced with the kind of life changing revelations that come with a new-found "shredded mini weeds" perspective.

After one of the most vulgar scenes you'll ever see in any sitcom, a clear signal that this show will not be tamed, Sarah and Brian set out to right the wrongs of the world by taking on a corporation run by the always amusing Gary Marshall.

The next night there's another new episode where Sarah confronts the Mongolian community in a thoroughly offensive but hilarious episode sure to leave more than a few audience members picking their jaws up off the floor over the unmitigated gall involved in bringing this program to life.

The third season of The Sarah Silverman Program is off to a great start.

The Sarah Silverman Program airs Wednesday and Thursday nights this week at 10:30pm on Comedy Central.

Coming soon: a review of Chocolate News which, judging from the previews, looks awful.

Monday, October 6, 2008 - 4:14am
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FROM THE MAIL
Seems an awful lot of you are weighing in on Rosie O'Donnell's planned variety show.

Chuck McKibben writes: "I'm a 61-year-old who has been in broadcasting for 45 years (including 30 years as a commercial producer in New york), and I really LOVE your site! I teach voiceovers these days, and I tell my students to study the colorful history of TV by reading TVparty!

"Anyway, here's an internet news item that got my goat yesterday, due to its total clueless stupidity and lack of historical awareness. After reading this, you may join me in feeling a need to set the record straight:

"Seems that Rosie O'Donnell is returning to the tube with a live variety show. That's a good programming development in general, even if one doesn't care for the host specifically. What bugged me, however, was that some flack for the show made this idiotic comment on the web:

"Rosie O'Donnell is perfect to host this because, you know, Rosie practically invented the talk-variety format!"
"Say what???!!!

"Then what kind of format was (and is)
The Tonight Show, going back to Carson, Paar and Allen? What did Joey Bishop, Mike Douglas and Merv Griffin do, if not "talk-variety"? For that matter, if "talk-variety" is defined as an affable, chatty, unscripted host, a live band, live studio audience interaction and guests who perform as well as being interviewed, then one has to go back to CIncinnati's Ruth Lyons' 50-50 Club and Paul Dixon Show on the midwest's WLW-Crosley network of stations. (As you undoubtedly know, David Letterman credits the wacky Dixon show as his greatest inspiration.) Heck, "talk-variety" is what Arthur Godfrey and Don MacNeill did on radio for decades before TV! "Talk-variety" just may be the oldest broadcasting format of all. Rosie invented it like Al Gore invented the internet.

"Seems to me that, increasingly, not only is the modern audience completely ignorant of of broadcasting's rich history, but so are the people who make TV. That's why TVparty is not just fun, but actually a valuable source of media history. This baloney of crediting Rosie with the development of talk-variety finally inspired me to write to you, to express my appreciation of your site and the way it documents the tracks of TV through the sands of time. Please feel free to quote me."

Sunday, October 5, 2008 - 7:52am
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HAD I WATCHED THE THING...
A couple of postings ago I pointed you to a clip that was sent by the publicist for the new Smothers Brothers DVD set. Since I just watched the entire DVD I didn't bother to look at the clip. Michael Ackerman points out that the musical number, "Is from the mid '70s show for NBC and not the '68 CBS show. Note the appearance of Don Novello in numerous roles--he was not involved in the sixties show." Of course, he's right - which means the number is not on the DVD, at least not the best of Season 3 collection. I know they're working on season 2 now - will there be an episode or two of the brilliant 1975 run of shows produced by Tom Smothers in a future collection? This would suggest so since that episode would have to have been remastered recently.

Sunday, October 5, 2008 - 7:48am
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MEANWHILE...
Jim Longworth, host of Triad Today, writes: Anne Francis called me the other day and told me she had had something like 5 million hits on her website since the Honey West DVDs were released. She also said she wished she got something from it.

"Pam and I attended the EMMYS and formal Ball afterward. The Ball was great. We got to connect with old friends in the business.

"A couple of days later, Tony and Lauren Dow had us over to lunch at their house in Topanga Canyon. I didn't realize Tony was an accomplished artist. He showed us one piece of sculpture that is being sent to the Louvre next year for a special exhibit.

"Locally, the Humane Society Furr Ball takes place on Oct 18 and George Hamilton and Ali MacGraw are the celebrity guests. I have arranged to bring in two of their movie posters (Where the Boys Are & Love Story) to auction off after the dinner."

Saturday, October 4, 2008 - 8:54am
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FRIDAY TV STUFF
Norman Lear is developing a show for HBO that will focus on a 1970's family of professional wrestlers.

MSNBC stated in an article about Rosie O'Donnell's November live variety show pilot: "Such classic variety titles as “The Carol Burnett Show” and “The Ed Sullivan Show” were massive primetime hits. Producers and networks have been trying to figure out how to revive the variety show for decades. In 2004, ABC drew viewers with “The Nick and Jessica Variety Hour,” but follow-up editions were less successful."

Actually, Carol Burnett's program wasn't that big a hit. Sure, it ran for 11 years, but it never finished in the top 20 except the 1969-70 season and only landed in the top 25 four times. Here's a portion of one of the Burnett show's most memorable - and funny - sketches:

Here's a clip from the new Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour DVD: 'Big Fat Crime,' a timely tune (from 1968) about Wall Street.

How badly do you want to be on TV? From the press release: Are you a Bridezilla? Will you stop at nothing to make your storybook wedding come true? Have you pushed fiancés, family and friends over the edge? WE tv’s popular reality series BRIDEZILLAS kicks off its nationwide casting call for season six at The Great Bridal Expo at locations across the country, beginning Sunday, October 5, in Fort Lauderdale. Details below on cities, dates and locations. For more information, log-on to www.WEtv.com.

Bridezillas Casting Calls - Cities, dates and locations:
FORT LAUDERDALE Sunday, October 5 Broward County Convention Center
DALLAS Sunday, October 26 Fairmont Dallas
LOS ANGELES Saturday, November 1 Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles
ANAHEIM Sunday, November 2 Anaheim Convention Center
PHOENIX Tuesday, November 11 Phoenix Convention Center
SAN FRANCISCO Saturday, November 22 San Francisco Marriott Burlingame
SAN JOSE Sunday, November 23 Fairmont San Jose

How bad does this sound? Ryan Seacrest is hosting a show called Mamma's Boy featuring 3 mothers who help their sons pick a mate from 32 single ladies. Look for it (or don't) Wednesday, Oct. 29 after Knight Rider.

Friday, October 3, 2008 - 10:33am
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THIS IS PRECIOUS!

Thursday, October 2, 2008 - 12:23pm
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TV Shows on DVDCAN YOU SEE WHERE THIS IS GOING?
Bob Huggins alerts us to this: "It appears that CBS/Paramount is up to their music replacement shenanigans again with this new release (remember “The Fugitive” season 2, volume 1?). A post at the Home Theater Forum indicates that all but two of the episodes have been “completely rescored” (see post # 137). I suspect that we’re going to hear about this in greater detail in the coming days and weeks."

That look on Fred McMurray's face says it all!

Thursday, October 2, 2008 - 7:35am
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THIS 'N' THAT
Somehow it escaped my attention that My Three Sons is now out on DVD (thanks Jay Blotcher). Maybe because I never much liked that show but it was a big draw for over a decade and this DVD set contains interviews with directors Fred de Cordova, Gene Reynolds, and actress Doris Singleton.

Holy 2007 rerun! The Screen Actors Guild's National TV/Theatrical Negotiating Committee is recommending a strike.

The CW had so much success with Smallville that they're going back to the well again, this time with The Graysons, a show that chronicles the adventures of Dick Grayson before he became Batman's sidekick Robin.

By now you've heard about Heather Locklear's DUI arrest - turns out she was turned in by a former Us Weekly staffer; she likely called a paparazzo who collected $27,000 for pictures of the TV star's sobriety test.

Ratings for the season opener of Dexter were boffo.

From the press release: HELL’S KITCHEN is back for more as Chef Gordon Ramsay looks for the BEST of the BEST to work beside him in the HOTTEST kitchen on Earth! The nationwide casting call starts Wednesday, October 1, and we’re in search of America’s culinary elite who have not only the SKILLS, but also the STAMINA to cook alongside the infamous CHEF GORDON RAMSAY. CASTING for chefs 21 years of age and over who are outspoken and competitive:

MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2008
2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Scottsdale Culinary Institute
4301 N Scottsdale Rd., Suite 260
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2008
5:00 PM-10:00 PM
Barcelona
15440 N Greenway Hayden Loop
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008
10:00 AM-3:00 PM
The Artistry
942 Peachtree St. NE
Atlanta, GA 30309

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2008
10:00 AM-6:00 PM
Boston Hyatt
Boston Park Plaza
50 Park Plaza (at Arlington St.)
Boston, MA 02116

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2008
11:00 AM-3:00 PM
Hard Rock Café
801 4th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101

MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2008
Washington, D.C.
Location TBD

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2008
Dallas, TX
Location TBD

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2008
Chicago, IL
Location TBD

MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2008
11:00 AM-5:00 PM
Sutton Place
1015 Second Avenue (between 53rd & 54th St)
New York, New York 10022

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2008
Las Vegas, NV
Location TBD

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2008
Miami, FL
Location TBD

Thursday, October 2, 2008 - 4:25am
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NEW SHOW RATINGS
Doing well: The Mentalist, Fringe, 90210. Not so great: Knight Rider, Worst Week, Gary Unmarried. Just palin bad: Opportunity Knocks, Privileged.

Last week's top 30 ratings (total viewers):
Dancing With the Stars - Monday (ABC, season premiere), Desperate Housewives (ABC, season premiere), Grey's Anatomy (ABC, season premiere), Dancing With the Stars - Tuesday (ABC), NCIS (CBS, season premiere), Sunday Night Football (NBC, Philadelphia vs. Chicago), CSI: Miami (CBS, season premiere), Criminal Minds (CBS, season premiere), Dancing With the Stars - Wednesday (ABC), The Mentalist (CBS, series premiere), CSI: NY (CBS, season premiere), Two and a Half Men (CBS, season premiere), Survivor: Gabon (CBS, season premiere)

60 Minutes (CBS, season premiere), House (Fox), The OT (Fox), Brothers & Sisters (ABC, season premiere), Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC, season premiere), Sunday Night Pre-Kick (NBC), Cold Case (CBS), Without a Trace (CBS, season premiere): 11.28, Worst Week (CBS, series premiere), America's Got Talent (NBC), Heroes (NBC, season premiere), The Amazing Race 13 (CBS, season premiere), Ugly Betty (ABC, season premiere), How I Met Your Mother (CBS, season premiere), Bones (Fox), The Unit (CBS, season premiere), Law & Order: SVU (NBC, season premiere).

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