Ugly Betty – The People’s Model Took The Runway

Do you watch the Ugly Betty television show? Do you like it? What makes it so inspiring for your? Read on.

The Diving Bell And The Butterfly – An Illuminating Vision

A review of the film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, which tells the extraordinary story of Jean-Dominique Bauby, a victim of “locked-in” syndrome. Completely paralyzed, save for one eye, after a massive stroke, he learned to communicate by blinking and used this system to write an entire book about his experiences.

The Royal Family – In All Its Monarchy

Upon hearing that Barbara Walters was airing a special on the inner workings of the royal family, I was automatically intrigued. I have always wondered how they operate. After all, I haven’t grown up in a monarchy.

“Pretty Woman” Rocketed Julia Roberts into Becoming Hollywood’s Sweetheart

“Pretty Woman” was originally scripted as a dark drama about prostitution in Los Angeles, but thankfully movie producer Laura Ziskin said “No” and what started out as a very brooding, negative film turned into one of the most popular and financially successful romantic comedies of all time. Find out why.

CSI – Pop-Up Videos

My wife and I watch T.V. And we make no excuses, some of the shows we watch are pretty bad.

Becker – Ted Danson’s Other TV Show

You may not have caught it during its original 1998 to 2004 run, but Becker was an underrated Ted Danson vehicle that you can now catch in syndication. If you loved Ted Danson in Cheers, you’re sure to enjoy his portrayal of the cranky, but lovable, Dr. Becker.

ABC World News Tonight – Leading the Network News Pack

After a long line of distinguished anchors, Charles Gibson, is now heading the reigns at ABC World News Tonight. Gibson has taken on the the burden with gusto and the ratings show ABC’s choice for lead anchor was right.

Dressing Room or Blue Room and Television Production – Lesson 16

What is the dressing room? Do you have a green room or blue room at the studio building? Have you seen it and do you know where it is, what floor? This article gives you a short description of what it is like to have a dressing room. Funny thing is that the green room is never green and the blue room is never blue, so who named these rooms anyway. For information about television production, read this interesting article, not once, but twice.

Television Production – Thanking People, Lesson Fifteen

There are a million ways to say thank you, and each of us has our own particular way. So, say thank you in your own way. Begin to say thank you to those in your life who have earned these two words. This article shows a few different ways to thank producers who help your community access show.

Kick Up Your Heels and Tune Into Dancing With the Stars!

If you haven’t been sucked in by the success and fabulous reviews of Dancing With The Stars, it’s not to late to tune in. I can’t imagine anyone who wouldn’t find the amazing transformation our favorite celebrities make when they trade acting chops for an attempt at prowess on the dance floor. Give Dancing With The Stars a chance and I’m sure you’ll be hooked.

Gossip Girl Music Guide – Episode 13

One of the things that makes this show so great to watch is the great Gossip Girl music you hear every week. If you listen close, there’s no end to the great new bands (and awesome old ones) you can discover listening to the Gossip Girl songs in each scene. Episode 13, “A Thin Line Between Chuck and Nate” starts off with the song “Got Ur Number” by Nadia Oh. If you’ve heard this song or listen closely to the lyrics, it’s enough to make you laugh out loud… because this is the Gossip Girl song playing when Serena is caught buying a pregnancy test. And it seems like everybody has somebody to call (someone’s number) to report what was spotted. Good thing Serena didn’t have much of a reputation to begin with.

CBS Sunday Morning – The Best Way to End Your Week

I never miss CBS Sunday Morning. On the air for decades, Sunday Morning remains one the best informative, yet feel good, shows available anywhere. No matter how hectic and crazy my week was, CBS Sunday Morning always reminds me that things are still pretty good.