The number of full-time, stay-at-home dads nearly tripled from 64,000 to 176,000 from 1995 to 2011. Experts believe that number will continue to rise as the question of who stays home or who works part-time will have far more to do with factors other than gender.
This summer, I watched all of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia in less than two weeks. That’s over 100 episodes.
“We need to remember what’s important in life: friends, waffles, work. Or waffles, friends, work. Doesn’t matter, but work is third.”
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.
Congrats! You tolerated each other for an extended period of time! Gold stars all around.
Chris Pratt (Andy Dwyer) was only supposed to be on the show for six episodes, but the writers and producers liked him so much that they wrote him into the show as a series regular.
Obviously, I’m balancing my very precious time between thinking about working out, not working out, and spending the beautiful and sunny daytime hours watching Law & Order: SVU.
“I’m not perfect, okay? People make mistakes. I mean, Gwyneth Paltrow dyed her hair that dark brown. It was very unflattering. If she’s not perfect, how do you expect me to be?”
Last night three millionaires crafted a bit of racial theater for the masses. It went over exactly as planned.
The look on people’s faces when I tell them, “Oh, I cancelled my Netflix account,” is a look of pure horror or as if I were mentally insane.