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"Papa Bear" Bill O'Reilly loses it on the set of Inside Edition in this profanity laced outburst.

Monday, May 12, 2008 - 11:39am
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MINDLESS MENCIA
Carlos MenciaThe guy working comedians love to hate is back with Carlos Mencia - Performance Enhanced, a standup special to kick off the return of Mind of Mencia. It's another excruciating hour of his patented brand of race based 'humor' that never fails to leave me cold.

Known as a comedian that brazenly steals from others, Mencia squeezes out a variation on a recent Wanda Sykes joke, riffs on an old David Steinberg gag, delves into how gay our new superheroes are, and apparently signals that it's OK now to call people "beaners."

Filmed at the Hard Rock Hotel in Hollywood, Florida (puke), if there's an ethnic group Mencia fails to insult it got past me. Truthfully, I don't see the point in his act. Why do we see Mencia every week but Paul Mooney is MIA? When Mooney performs race based humor he has a solid point of view, he cuts deep and wide, there's an underlying intelligence and inherent truth behind his cultural observations.

Mencia's act on the other hand is superficial to the core, the same tired method of reinforcing familiar prejudices for cheap laughs - black folks are thin skinned, white people are ineffectual wimps, a lot of Mexicans can fit into a small place, homosexuals (even U.S. soldiers) are limp-wristed fashionistas, Asians eat dogs, vegans are hypocrites, Middle Easterners are fanatics, you get the idea.

That's not all, Carlos offers up a stale routine on the 'N' word as if that subject hasn't been beaten to death. But hey, if he yells it loud enough it must be funny.

Carlos Mencia - Performance Enhanced debuts Sunday May 16th at 9:00pm on Comedy Central. Consider this a warning.

Monday, May 12, 2008 - 10:39am
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TWO REQUESTS
Marianne asks: "I was wondering if anyone might remember a host for a monster movie show on Friday or Saturday nights in the Boston area? I believe it was on Channel 38...WSBK. He wore a white doctors coat with all kinds of buttons on it and he had a little plastic or rubber frog...Froggy that he would hold up and say Hiya, Hiya, Hiya in a deep frog like voice.

"He had a dark beard and mustache and he wore sunglasses. Does anyone remember what that characters name was or who I am talking about? It's driving me crazy!

"This would have been back around '68 to '71 maybe?"

Someone else was using Froggy?!?

classic TV BlogRock Hunter writes: "It's about time Vince Edwards got some recognition. For those of us old enough to remember when BEN CASEY first premiered in 1961 Vince Edwards was on the tip of everyone's tongues. Unlike the debut of DR KILDARE which was more of a romantic show BEN CASEY was, from the first, treated as an adult, "state of the art" medical drama. A booming success, it lasted 5 full seasons. Vince was nominated for a best actor Emmy and was known as a demanding professional who took his work seriously and wanted the medical show to, "get it right."

"After the show was canceled Vince went on to appear in 50 more productions. His feature films included THE DEVIL'S BRIGADE co-starring with William Holden, THE DESPERADOS and the cult film HAMMERHEAD wherein he played "Charles Hood" a secret agent hero in a series of James Mayo popular novels. Eager to return to more meaningful work Vince made a "way ahead of it's time" TV movie called DIAL HOT LINE. This was so well reviewed and received that the ABC network took pains to have him to commit to a TV series based on the movie. Thus was born MATT LINCOLN. In 1970, the time of it's debut, it could not have been more topical. In a time of LAUGH-IN, HERE'S LUCY, etc. and a bounty of sitcoms ruled the air here was a show that addressed real mental health issues. We lived "in interesting times." With the assassinations of the Kennedys and Martin Luther King and the Viet-Nam War and the MARCH ON WASHINGTON and the newly coined fiscal term, "Stagflation," no wonder we had issues. But today as a practicing Psychologist and Senior Psychiatric Therapist I can report that MH issues were kept in the closet back then. While today it seems in vogue to be "Bi-Polar" or "Obsessive-Compulsive," and live in a world where it seems everyone has some kind of "syndrome." (None recognized by the DSM I hasten to add) my current favorite is "By-Stander Apathy Syndrome," where we are relieved from personal responsibility all of which does injustice to those suffering from serious Pervasive Personality Disorders....... there was a time 38 years ago where serious Mental Health issues were brought out into the open and on a fictional TV series no less. MATT LINCOLN was that show.

"ABC, after going through all the effort to recruit Vince Edwards, who put his heart and soul into it, in it's infinite wisdom scheduled it on early Thursday evenings at 7:30 opposite two top ten variety shows, FLIP WILSON and the second season of THE JIM NABORS SHOW. They couldn't have picked a worse time. MATT LINCOLN typically dealt with college age students often reluctantly coming to a "walk-in" MH clinic desperately seeking help. Now I was a college student myself at the time and as most people in college I was rarely home to watch TV at 7:30 on a Thursday night.

"I expected nothing when this show began but I made an effort to watch because I really liked Vince Edwards. I was more than amply rewarded and fixed my schedule to see this show. If you wonder what people were worried about in 1970, what caused anxiety and much worse; clinical depression you would do well to learn from MATT LINCOLN. The point being that these same root causes exist today and make the show just as vital now as it was then. ABC may have killed MATT LINCOLN but at least we had 16 episodes! In an age of the GAMESHOW NETWORK where Allen Ludden lives again, plus a network devoted entirely to Bass Fishing(no offence to Bass Fishers..it is a worthy channel) plus a channel that re-runs "reality shows," can't we find room for Vince Edwards and MATT LINCOLN. I just purchased a UNIVERSAL-NBC collection of a "nobody ever heard of" show called TATE which ran....16 episodes. The audience is waiting."

If you agree, write to Universal - USHE.consumerrelations@bydeluxe.com - and ask them to add this show to their schedule. Meanwhile, here's part of the 1970 ABC fall season preview that features Matt Lincoln among others.

Monday, May 12, 2008 - 7:30am
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SUNDAY YOU TUBING
Here are some segments from an AMC special, with scenes, interviews and outtakes from Young Frankenstein, surely one of the funniest movies ever made.

When was the last time you went to a movie that you wanted to see again a couple of weeks later? Young Frankentstein was one of those comedies.

Sunday, May 11, 2008 - 9:59am
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SATURDAY SCANDALS
Is Hogan Knows Best still in production? If so, VH1 is getting some riveting footage, I'm sure.
From MSNBC: The 17-year-old son of wrestling superstar Hulk Hogan was sentenced to eight months in jail Friday after he pleaded no contest to causing a crash that seriously injured his best friend

Seems the fellow in the passenger's seat - a former Marine who served in Iraq - needs lifetime care now because Hogan's kid was drinking and street racing, something he's been ticketed for on numerous occasions - two weeks before the accident he was doing 82 miles per hour in a construction zone. And the judge let Hulk Hogan testify in court wearing a bandana? Even Judge Judy would have thrown the guy out. Is a bandana proper dress for court now?

Have you read about the guilty plea from KGO radio talk show host Bernie Ward for distributing child porn? Turns out there were allegations of improper behavior when he was a young priest.

From CBS News: The U.S. Forest Service is looking for the "SpongeBob fanatics" who painted the cartoon character on the chimney of a historic building. The 10-foot tall painting of Nickelodeon character SpongeBob SquarePants is on a cabin in the Pike National Forest that used to be the Forest Service's tree nursery until it was abandoned in the 1930s. Forest Service law enforcement officer Tom Healy says the incident is part of an increase in vandalism in the area.

Back To You and Aliens In America have been cancelled but the god-awful 'Till Death will be back for a third season.

Saturday, May 10, 2008 - 11:52am
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TV ON DVD
1950's Saturday Morning ShowsBob Huggins comments on the new 1950's Saturday Morning DVD set from Shout! Factory: "While the concept of this release is terrific, it is important to note that the source prints used for “Hiya Kids” leave a lot to be desired. One can preview the shows at Shout! Factory’s site and, frankly, the episodes look for the most part like ones that you would typically associate with public domain releases, i.e., unrestored 16 millimeter prints and kinescopes. In fact, at least a half dozen of the shows featured on this set have been previously released by public domain companies like Alpha Video, e.g. “Sheena, Queen of the Jungle,” “Flash Gordon,” “Sky King,” and “Juvenile Jury,” and I’ve even seen a few (“Lassie,” “Howdy Doody”) on dollar DVDs that you can purchase at Wal-Mart. That said, there are quite a few rarities on this set and, as I believe you are aware, most of Paul Winchell’s shows were destroyed, making the Winchell episode represented on this set a keeper. Potential purchasers of this set should probably view the previews at Shout!’s site, so they’ll know what they are getting and avoid disappointment."

Here is one preview for you - Windows Media / Quicktime.

Of course, when those shows first aired they looked pretty crummy, thanks to spotty reception and primitive television sets with rabbit ear antennas. If first day sales on TVparty! are any indication this DVD set will be a big seller.

Thursday, May 8, 2008 - 7:06am
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TV ON DVD
1950's Saturday Morning ShowsI'm looking forward to this one - hopefully a review copy is on its way and I'll clue you in further. From the press release:
HIYA, KIDS!! A ‘50s SATURDAY MORNING
What were some of your favorite Saturday morning rituals when you were growing up? Some dreamed of a chance to be in the “Peanut Gallery” of Howdy Doody. Some begged their parents for a dog just like Lassie. Many wore cowboy hats to watch The Roy Rogers Show. In the 1950s, television was new and exciting, full of imaginative shows for children. Looking back, these shows had a significant impact on the children of the first TV generation and helped to shape the medium as it increasingly became a part of our culture.

On May 6, 2008 (that was yesterday), Shout! Factory will bring a sumptuous collection of the best kids’ TV programs from the infancy of the genre to every home through the DVD release of Hiya, Kids!! A ‘50s Saturday Morning. The 4-DVD box set is packed with 21 complete episodes culled from some of America’s iconic television classics, including Kukla, Fran And Ollie, Howdy Doody, Lassie, Annie Oakley, Flash Gordon, Time for Beany, The Paul Winchell Show, The Roy Rogers Show, Captain Z-RO, The Rootie Kazootie Club, Winky Dink And You, Super Circus, Andy’s Gang, The Cisco Kid, Sky King, The Magic Clown, Kids And Company, Junvenile Jury, The Pinky Lee Show, and Sheena, Queen of the Jungle. Each DVD from Hiya, Kids!! is designed like a Saturday morning programming block from the era, with shows for the very young first on the menu. As the older siblings “wake up,” the programs become more and more “sophisticated.

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Wednesday, May 7, 2008 - 8:26am
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STUFF
Jay Blotcher writes to say that there was a first, a primetime gay wedding coming this Sunday on Brothers & Sisters.

Awwwww...

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, The Minisode Network is showcasing some of the hottest cougars from classic television series. Whether you were hot and heavy for Bewitched’s Samantha Stephens (below), or had a thing for Peggy Bundy (to each his own, no judging), you can reconnect with your favorite M.I.L.F all this week with brand new minisodes of “Who’s the Boss,” “Married With Children,” “The Partridge Family,” and more, available on Crackle, YouTube, and MySpace. Check out your favorite TV Mamas in these short-but-sweet minisodes:

In “Who’s The Boss,” Angela (Judith Light) and Tony (Tony Danza) are stunned when Mona (Katherine Helmond) sinks her claws into a younger man.

In “The Jeffersons,” George (Sherman Hemsley) reels when he finds out that his mother is getting remarried.

Two back to back minisodes of “Married with Children” find Peggy (Katey Sagal) and Marcy (Amanda Bearse) pregnant at the same time – Al’s (Ed O’Neill) worst nightmare.

This looks like bad news: Casting Call: The 1970s variety show, The Gong Show is back with a new version on Comedy Central hosted by Dave Attell. The series will begin taping soon, so get your unusual, crazy, stupid human and pet tricks ready and send a link of your video-taped act to gongshowcasting@aol.com or contact Hedda Muskat, Casting Producer at 310-413-2861 to schedule a live audition in Los Angeles, Las Vegas or New York City.

Personally, I loved The Gong Show, I was just watching some 1977 episodes and had a blast. We already have American Idol, so I would only watch this if Chuck Barris was back as host. He made the show, along with Gene, Gene the Dancing Machine and the fact that I was a teenager when the show aired.

Bob Huggins adds about DVDs becoming collectable: "Your mention of the “Beanie and Cecil” DVD going for big bucks prompted me to check on a release that I have of “The Third Man” TV series with Michael Rennie. This DVD was released a few years ago in 2004 by Critics Choice Video and included just four episodes of far less than stellar quality, i.e., “typical” public domain visual quality. The low “used” price on this DVD is going for $34.00 at Amazon while a “new” unopened DVD goes for a whopping $79.96 for four episodes! I paid in the vicinity of $5 to $6 for this one when it was released.

"Of course, you can still see episodes of “The Third Man” TV series at a far more reasonable price thanks to Timeless Media’s 2-DVD, 10-episode collection which, thankfully, is still available:

"My VHS tape of the pilot episode of “The Invaders” starts at $19.95 at Amazon but will probably be rendered near worthless when season 1 of “The Invaders” is released on DVD on May 27th."

All of our VHS tapes will be obsolete soon. They're only good for a couple of decades. I'll be curious to see how sales are on The Invaders. Based on pre-sales so far it looks good.

Tuesday, May 6, 2008 - 8:06am
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TV MOMS
Mother's Day is coming up, if you're in LA on Tuesday you will definitely want to check this out.

television blogThe Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has just posted information about the event Jim Longworth (author, TV Creators and TVparty contributor) is producing and moderating on May 6, a salute to TV moms. Here's the lineup: Meredith Baxter - Family Ties; Barbara Billingsley - Leave it to Beaver; Diahann Carroll - Julia; Bonnie Franklin - One Day at a Time; Catherine Hicks - 7th Heaven; Vicki Lawrence- Mama’s Family; Cloris Leachman - Phyllis; Marjorie Lord - Make Room for Daddy; Doris Roberts - Everybody Loves Raymond; Marion Ross - Happy Days; Holland Taylor - Two and a Half Men.

What a list! Jim is also bringing in some special surprise guests - I'm not at liberty to say but the names are BIG and should create quite a bit of excitement. The event will be webcast live on Tuesday, May 6 at 7:30 PT 10:30pm ET. Tell him TVparty sent you!

Sunday, May 4, 2008 - 11:00am
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MAE WEST SUNDAY
I'm working on a piece on Mae West and thought I'd share these golden moments with you. Mae made her first TV appearance on the 1958 Academy Awards program singing 'Baby It's Cold Outside' with Rock Hudson creating an instant camp classic.

And this from her 1933 film I'm No Angel, one of my favorite screen moments of all time.

Let's see - Cher in the last post, now Mae West. I'll get off the gay icons next posting...

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