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: An Appreciation of ‘Endless Slumper’
“Endless Slumper” illustrated why
was destined to be an all-time great sitcom.
NBC Is Turning ‘The Money Pit’ Into a TV Show
NBC is developing the 1986 Tom Hanks/Shelley Long big screen comedy The Money Pit into a sitcom, Deadline reports. The original starred Hanks […]
Say Goodbye to the Next Hour of Your Life with This Amazing ‘Cheers’ Oral […]
“I hope and assume that every good comedy writer, no matter the age, has a moment where they discover how great Cheers is…And I would […]
new year's eve
See Dan Meth’s Retooled Poster for
New Year’s Eve
Garry Marshall’s celebri-palooza gets recast with Don Knotts and Shelley Long (no complaints here).
Parks and Recreation
Showrunner Michael Schur Gives a Master Class on
The writer waxes rhapsodic about just why the Ted Danson classic is the perfect sitcom, and how it influenced his own show.
Chris Pine Joins the Ranks of Skilled Thespians Who’ve Played Jack Ryan
Plus: Gus Van Sant! Bret Easton Ellis! Rashida Jones’s graphic novel!
Adam K. Raymond