I produced seven seasons of Big Break, worked on a season of Altered Course, crewed on an episode of Nanny 911, and I’ve worked crew on a couple of game shows. (Who wants to Be a Millionaire, Pepsi’s Play for a Billion). So the lessons I’ve learned have come from working on shows, and watching the audience response.
So, you want to fall in love, and real boys can’t seem to hold your attention, or just aren’t your cup of tea?
“We’re fighting because you’re a moron.”
“Have you watched The Cosby Show recently? It’s creepy,” my friend asked from the pool.
You set aside at least an hour each day to stare at yourself in the mirror. Usually while crying. You’re a beautiful crier.
When she called out her own son for being a sugar baby.
Isn’t it ironic how when you see someone watching TV on TV, they just look so pathetic and lonely?
Hasn’t anyone ever wondered exactly HOW Charles brought his son Thaddeus (AKA The Infantata) back to life?
So, today I’m going to play shrink and diagnose some of the major psychological disorders that our Game of Thrones heroes and villains are certainly dealing with. Let’s hope they get the help they need.
To celebrate 25 years, I’ve concocted a list of 25 reasons why Twin Peaks is a must-see: