Tag Archives: family sitcoms

Reboot Maude

The TV show Maude needs to be rebooted – and the most important change would not even be the dialog or the clothing – replace the alcohol bar with a Juice, Smoothie and Wheatgrass station.   Now, the Creative Process … Continue reading

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The 1970s: All sortsa images and memes

Grease was the Word and Stockard Channing and Diana Manoff, the Pink Ladies had short lived tv series. Stockard Channing’s show was i Freddie Mercury let loose his inner Opera Singer outside of Queen. 1979 – New York’s Fleet Week … Continue reading

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Counselling: Peer or Professional

And, if “Professional” – professional what? Credentials count. Education over experience, which is emotional understanding of events over time, bright when new and through the maturity, age over time. The difference between a layperson and your friend, and a trained … Continue reading

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Sitcom Sequels: How Ted Became a Grandpa

I think that the logical spin off to How I met Your Mother is not Marshal and Lily in the Long Island Burbs – but Ted’s now young adult offspring, each determined to not be their Dad – yet, they … Continue reading

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Families the ever running Sitcoms

the 1950s Sitcoms were Father Knows Best families Mom doesn’t rate the cover of the tvguide? WTF! Leave it to Beaver – the Mischief boy – but TV Familes now had TEENAGERS! the 1960s saw the rise of single fathers … Continue reading

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One Day At A Time – RIP Bonnie Franklin

  This is one of the underrated feminist shows That Girl was the first about the joys of singledom in the 60’s Mary Tyler Moore brought us the working single career gal – but the original idea was that Mary … Continue reading

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