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Michael Colyar played Mr. Whitaker, Gina Water's boss, on the extremely popular '92-'97 sitcom Martin, and he's jumping into our Season Finale to talk about it as well as the decline of such a culturally significant and once thriving genre of black television. Thanks for a fantastic season y'all !
What is the Best Black Sitcom of All-Time? We polled our fans. Find out what everyone thinks is the Best Black Sitcom ever!
What's your Fave? Why is it your Favorite? Does it tell the generation in which you grew up or can it indicate how culturally connected you are?
Join the Great Black Sitcom Debate !! Call us (646) 595-3259 !
Its about that time that The MADHOUSE....takes you down memory lane....AGAIN!! Tonight, the crew presents to you....DUSTY SUNDAY "RETRO SITCOM EDITION"!!! Remember the shows of yester year?? The ones that made you smile, made you laugh, and even have made you shed a tear. Its going to feel so good as they discuss old school sitcoms and MORE!!! Enjoy the show and Welcome inside of The MADHOUSE!!!!
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**Happy New Year! Welcome 2014**
I will be interviewing Sitcom producer of Moesha, Reed Between the lines , Girlfriends, and Let's Stay Together- Lamont Ferrell....telling his successful story.
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She’s a multiple Tony, Emmy, Obie, and Drama Desk Award winner, a Broadway icon, a film star and plays the hysterical character Joyce Flynn on the critically acclaimed long-running sitcom Mike & Molly. And she is the author of a brave and riveting memoir PART SWAN, PART GOOSE. She is actress Swoosie Kurtz and she’ll be joining Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday May 6 at 3 pm EDT.
With a name like Swoosie she was destined to lead an interesting life. From her first appearance on The Donna Reed Show to her Tony Award-winning roles in Lanford Wilson’s Fifth of July and John Guare’s The House of Blue Leaves to her much-heralded turns on television series Sisters, Pushing Daisies and Mike & Molly, Swoosie has been embraced by critics and fans alike for her quirky, heartfelt, and always attention-getting performances.
Born to become a stellar success, Swoosie is the only child of Frank and Margo Kurtz. Her father was an Olympic diving medalist and one of the most decorated aviators in American history. Her mother, nearing 100 years old is an accomplished, opinionated, and filled-to-bursting personality.
The fascinating and accomplished Swoosie Kurtz visits The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, May 6, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com. Let’s talk.
Perhaps the most refreshing thing about Monique is her attitude. In this era of entitlement, where fame seemed to accompany homemade sex tapes or drunken party behavior or multiple driving under the influence convictions, Monique has proven herself to be a woman of integrity and honesty that is not often found.
With numerous movies, TV and theater roles under her belt, Monique has ventured out from in front of the camera to behind it to direct and produce her first short film, 9pm. Studying broadcast journalism and acting in the theater from a young age, Monique has gathered a great working knowledge of acting and brings a culpable stage presence with her to whatever she does.
She’s an American actress and is best known for her witty and charming roles in popular TV sitcom and daytime soaps. With her appearances in feature films including, Bad News Bears starring Billy Bob Thornton, Starsky and Hutch and Candy Stripers, she has also made her way onto the small screen in shows like According to Jim and Still Standing.
Most recently, Monique has set her sights on directing feature films and has finished her directorial debut with the short film, 9pm. She is currently developing a web series and busy promoting her latest projects including photography and screenwriting.
This is an All About Town Television Special! In honor of actress Ann B. Davis' birthday which would have been today. We are presenting a special broadcast of TV Talk with RL Demri. This particular show was about Ann B. Davis who portrayed Alice Nelson on the classic American sitcom The Brady Bunch. The Brady Bunch ran for 6 seasons on ABC from 1969-1974. Alice was the quintessential housekeeper of her time. She had to tidy up the house of a then uncommon blended family with a total of 6 children.
Show 10 - of Dadio's Lunch Bucket Radio Clinic was broadcast on Tuesday, 21 January 2014.
The show was live from the Janesville Community Radio studio at 321 East Milwaukee Street at the MY OFFICE JVL building in downtown Janesville, Wisconsin.
Bob Keith a.k.a. Dadio, chief cook and bottle washer and..., jack of all trades - master of none
Donald, play-by-play tech / research guy
Sal, tertiary host and scientific consultant of sorts
Sitting in today, Diane Young, Toast Master aficionado and pending host
Today's song: Aerosmith's "Big Ten Inch" lyrics in honor of our 10th show
When did JCPenney move to Janesville, Wis?
Bob needs a new damn job segment
JCPenney to leave Janesville after 90 years
The Janesville Gazette approves of JCPenney exit to make room for more fast food joints
Russel Johnson, The Professor on the TV sitcom Gilligan's Island dies at 89 - Johnson served in World War II
The Rock County Job Center kicked Dadio and other Veterans out of a Job Fair
Word / Phrase: "Janesville Logic" empty buildings are good for the economy
Chit-chat: Big brick and mortar bank buildings have become irrelevant
Pending guests Tuesday, January 28th, 2014
Wis Senator Glenn Grothman
Rick Valdez of Rock Valley Community Programs and "Homes 4 our Vets"
Tammy DeGarmo, Exec Director, Project 16:49 - regarding Rock County homeless youth
Wis Military Casualty: Army Reserve Corporal Rachael Lorraine Hugo
Friday Fish Fry Segment - and burgers too - Black Hawk Tavern - Fort Atkinson, Wis
Bob and Donald discuss the four holidays of the marriage Apocalypse
Valentine's Day: Xmas; Birthday; and, Anniversary
This week Chatting With Sherri chats with author Adam-Michael James to chat about his new book; The Bewitched Continuum! Adam-Michael James' The Bewitched Continuum is the supernatural sitcom's ultimate linear guide, in which exploring the continuity of the series is only the beginning."
Music by "Cowboy Sting" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Welcome to The Asylum Radio Show Inmates and Baby Bats!!! Tonight we have a triple feature of goodness for you. You all know Nico Nice, Ladyaslan, and The Saint love 80s horror films and what better way to show that love than to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of one our favorite scary movies (and one of the BEST vampire flicks of all time) FRIGHT NIGHT with actress AMANDA BEARSE!!! Amanda will be discussing filming this horror classic, writing, acting, directing and of course her most famous character Marcy D'arcy on the groundbreaking, hit Fox sitcom MARRIED...WITH CHILDREN. Over in Dark Delights, Lady A has some groovy tunes for all you Baby Bats. First up DIANNE returns to The Asylum with 2 new tracks and URU will be joining in on this musical adventure with 2 tracks of her own for your listening pleasure. The Saint returns with the latest video game news and reviews...All this and more ONLY ON THE ASYLUM!!!