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  • TCA Press Tour: 'S#*! My Dad Says'? CBS advertisers are OK with the old man and the 'Bleep'

     
    CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler said "$#*! My Dad Says," the network's new sitcom starring William Shatner with the title no one can say on broadcast television, is not having problems getting advertising. Speaking at the semiannual Television...
  • Upfronts: In search of hits, CBS makes sweeping schedule changes

     
    Big surprise out of New York: CBS, a network that typically changes at a glacial pace, will dramatically shake up its fall schedule as it hunts for the next generation of hits. For the first time in more than 40......
  • Pilot View: CBS' new comedy, 'S#*! My Dad Says'

     
    Editor’s Note: We offer you our first impressions of the original pilots for fall shows. Keep in mind that these are not reviews, and that the networks may make significant changes to these shows before they air. We reserve the......
  • It's 'Hawaii-Five-0' to you, thank you very much

     
    We don't mean to make your brains hurt, but we need to clear the air. CBS sent out a release clarifying that the title of its "Hawaii-Five-0" remake contains a zero and not the letter "O." Which is confusing, right?......
  • 2009 Grammy Awards live!

  • Dont knock biblical home ec

    As the Los Angeles Times recently reported, undergraduates at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary now have the opportunity to concentrate in homemaking within the humanities major. For women only, the concentration teaches cookie-baking,...
  • Obama's rules or Chicago rules?

    Obama's rules or Chicago rules?
    Barack Obama may soon face a defining dilemma in the wake of Illinois Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich's alleged attempt to sell the president-elect's Senate seat: What standard of conduct should Obama impose on aides acting on his behalf? Here's what we know:...
  • The Ear: The Daily Factor

    Comedian David Steinberg continues in his role as “Ear”—that is, a sounding board--to some of the funniest people working today. DAVID STEINBERG: A bit casually dressed, are you--jeans and T-shirt? Jon Stewart: Clearly, I didn't realize we were to wear...
  • Nancy Daly and friends ... lots and lots of friends

     
    She was a woman who ''moved mountains in those Manolos'' -- one of the many words of praise Carol Biondi had to say about her old friend Nancy Daly at a memorial celebration on Wednesday evening. Hundreds of people filed into Royce Hall to honor Nancy's...
  • Ticket Replay: Impeached Blagojevich still has full head of hair -- and new shampoo in his image

     
    As the holidays unfold, The Ticket's thoughts turn to a little undeserved time off. So we're re-publishing some of our favorite or most-read items from 2009. This item originally appeared on May 14. Lolly Bowean of the Chicago Tribune put......
  • America's best-known critic falls off the 'Avatar' bandwagon

     
    Way, way back in December -- meaning all of five weeks ago -- Roger Ebert was saying that "Avatar" was a huge, groundbreaking film, calling it the kind of "sensational" movie that made him feel "sort of the same as......