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    'Awake' - 'Slack Water': Moving day

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, May 3, 2012

    Mike and Hannah get to know Rex's baby mama
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    One Thing I Love Today: Commander Future returns to Popcorn Fiction

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Apr 16, 2012

    Excuse me while I indulge in a little self-promotion
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    'The Hangover Part III' moves up to May 23

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2013

    Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis comedy sequel will preview on Wednesday night
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    Carole King - "A Holiday Carole"

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 1, 2011

    Carole King's first ever holiday album
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    After Tiller

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Sep 20, 2013

    Late-term abortion is subject of this documentary.
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    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Jun 30, 2014

  • All in the Family - The Complete Sixth Season

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 1, 2009

    Includes - All in the Family: A Very Moving Day (1975) All in the Family: Alone At Last (1975) All in the Family: Birth of the Baby, Part Two (1975) All in the Family: Birth of the Baby, Part One (1975) All in the Family: Gloria Is Nervous (1975) All in the Family: Archie's Civil Rights (1975) All in the Family: The Little Atheist (1975) All in the Family: Gloria Suspects Mike (1975) All in the Family: Grandpa Blues (1975) All in the Family: Edith Breaks Out (1975) All in the Family: Mike Faces Life (1975) All in the Family: Chain Letter (1975) All in the Family: Mike's Pains (1975) All in the Family: Archie the Hero (1975) All in the Family: Archie the Donor (1975) All in the Family: New Year's Wedding (1976) All in the Family: Joey's Baptism (1976) All in the Family: Edith's Night Out (1976) All in the Family: Archie's Weighty Problem (1976) All in the Family: Gloria and Mike's House Guests (1976) All in the Family: Love By Appointment (1976) All in the Family: Archie the Baby Sitter (1976) All in the Family: Archie Finds a Friend (1976) All in the Family: Mike's Move (1976) All in the Family: A Very Moving Day The sixth season of All in the Family got under way as Mike and Gloria prepared to move out of the Bunker house and into their new lodgings -- the old Jefferson house, right across the street. Adding to the excitement is Gloria's discovery that she is pregnant. But this may not be altogether good news; Mike has already gone on record insisting that he doesn't want any children. Written by Hal Kanter, "A Very Moving Day" originally aired on September 8, 1975, as All in the Family itself moved from its familiar Saturday-night time slot to a new Monday-evening berth. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Alone At Last Poised to move out of the Bunker household and into a place of his own, Mike decides to release five years' worth of pent-up anger by telling Archie exactly where to go. Alas, Mike is forced to eat his words -- due to some unexpected red tape, he will be unable to move into his new home for another week. "Alone at Last" was written by Hal Kanter and was the second series episode to be directed by Carroll O'Connor's longtime friend and professional associate, Paul Bogart. The program first aired on September 15, 1975. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Birth of the Baby, Part Two In the conclusion of a two-part story, Mike is finally able to pry the in-labor Gloria loose from a restaurant telephone booth and rush her to the hospital. Thanks to innumerable delays, it is grandparents Archie and Edith who arrive at the hospital first -- with Archie still in blackface from his lodge minstrel show, creating quite a spectacle indeed. The only calm member of the family is expectant mother Gloria, who keeps her cool all through the delivery while Mike suffers his own version of labor pains. This program made history as the first sitcom episode to show an actual live birth (courtesy of a pre-taped sequence). Best line: "Not now, Michael, I have a headache." Written by Milt Josefsberg and Ben Starr, Part two of "Birth of the Baby" first aired on December 22, 1975. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Birth of the Baby, Part One In the first episode of a two-part story, Gloria suddenly goes into labor while she's stuck in a restaurant telephone booth. As Mike and Edith try to free Gloria and ship her to the hospital, Archie receives the news while applying blackface for a lodge minstrel show. Perhaps a bit overloaded with complications, the script by Larry Rhine and Mel Tolkin is undeniably one of the series' most memorable. Part one of "Birth of the Baby" first aired on December 15, 1975. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Gloria Is Nervous Pregnant Gloria's "due date" has come and gone. In fact, nine full days have passed since Gloria was supposed to have given birth. Frustrated beyond belief, Gloria explosively takes out her anger on Mike -- and befo
  • All in the Family - The Complete Sixth Season

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 1, 2009

    Includes - All in the Family: A Very Moving Day (1975) All in the Family: Archie the Donor (1975) All in the Family: Alone At Last (1975) All in the Family: Birth of the Baby, Part Two (1975) All in the Family: Birth of the Baby, Part One (1975) All in the Family: Gloria Is Nervous (1975) All in the Family: Archie's Civil Rights (1975) All in the Family: The Little Atheist (1975) All in the Family: Gloria Suspects Mike (1975) All in the Family: Grandpa Blues (1975) All in the Family: Edith Breaks Out (1975) All in the Family: Mike Faces Life (1975) All in the Family: Chain Letter (1975) All in the Family: Mike's Pains (1975) All in the Family: Archie the Hero (1975) All in the Family: New Year's Wedding (1976) All in the Family: Archie the Baby Sitter (1976) All in the Family: Mike's Move (1976) All in the Family: Joey's Baptism (1976) All in the Family: Edith's Night Out (1976) All in the Family: Archie's Weighty Problem (1976) All in the Family: Gloria and Mike's House Guests (1976) All in the Family: Love By Appointment (1976) All in the Family: Archie Finds a Friend (1976) All in the Family: A Very Moving Day The sixth season of All in the Family got under way as Mike and Gloria prepared to move out of the Bunker house and into their new lodgings -- the old Jefferson house, right across the street. Adding to the excitement is Gloria's discovery that she is pregnant. But this may not be altogether good news; Mike has already gone on record insisting that he doesn't want any children. Written by Hal Kanter, "A Very Moving Day" originally aired on September 8, 1975, as All in the Family itself moved from its familiar Saturday-night time slot to a new Monday-evening berth. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Archie the Donor Hoping to get in good with his employer, Mr. Sanders (Sorrell Booke), and thereby land a promotion to dispatcher, Archie makes a huge charitable contribution to his boss' favorite charity. Unfortunately, he also unknowingly signs a contract donating his body and vital organs to science -- and everyone knows how Archie feels about "giving" any part of himself to someone he doesn't know. Written by Bill Davenport and Larry Rhine, this was one of four sixth-season All in the Family episodes in which Sally Struthers did not appear due to a salary dispute. The episode first aired on September 22, 1975. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Alone At Last Poised to move out of the Bunker household and into a place of his own, Mike decides to release five years' worth of pent-up anger by telling Archie exactly where to go. Alas, Mike is forced to eat his words -- due to some unexpected red tape, he will be unable to move into his new home for another week. "Alone at Last" was written by Hal Kanter and was the second series episode to be directed by Carroll O'Connor's longtime friend and professional associate, Paul Bogart. The program first aired on September 15, 1975. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Birth of the Baby, Part Two In the conclusion of a two-part story, Mike is finally able to pry the in-labor Gloria loose from a restaurant telephone booth and rush her to the hospital. Thanks to innumerable delays, it is grandparents Archie and Edith who arrive at the hospital first -- with Archie still in blackface from his lodge minstrel show, creating quite a spectacle indeed. The only calm member of the family is expectant mother Gloria, who keeps her cool all through the delivery while Mike suffers his own version of labor pains. This program made history as the first sitcom episode to show an actual live birth (courtesy of a pre-taped sequence). Best line: "Not now, Michael, I have a headache." Written by Milt Josefsberg and Ben Starr, Part two of "Birth of the Baby" first aired on December 22, 1975. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Birth of the Baby, Part One In the first episode of a two-part story, Gloria suddenly goes into labor while s
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    Grammys reflect on Whitney Houston, from Jennifer Hudson to LL Cool J's prayer

    Type: Article | Date: Monday, Feb 13, 2012

    Rihanna made some noise for the fallen star while Stevie Wonder reminded 'We All Love You'
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    113th US Open - 1st Round

    Type: Event | Date: Thursday, Jun 13, 2013

    Location: Merion Golf Club, Ardmore, PA
    Golf's 113th US Open begins today.
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