He lives in the swamp. He picks alligator eggs. He catches crawfish. "...and that's about it," says Junior Edwards of the History Channel show, Swamp People. He and his family will be headed to Evansville for the Evansville Outdoor Expo this Sunday for a meet and greet from 1-4pm. Hear my conversation with Junior, before you come to meet him!
We never plan our show. Improvisation is our friend or our enemy depending on how the bit goes. ;-) In saying that, we always have things happen that are completely unexpected. This morning was no different. The phone lit up, we answered it and it was Jeromy Pruitt from the History Channel's, 'Swamp People.'
I was talking with a friend the other day who just happened to mention how much he hates when the local TV stations break into programming for weather or the threat of such. He was incensed when his favorite show was interrupted last Friday because of the weather.
Here we are at the end of another season of American Idol. Everyone writes the show off every year, but it keeps coming back. It'll be back again next year, even in a diminished schedule. The finale approaches over the next 2 weeks as the top three contend for the title, but who will win? Will it be the same person who should win? Here are my thoughts.
Infomercials are by far the worst things on television today. The acting is so bad and kinda makes all of us look like bumbling fools using everyday household products that actually work much better than portrayed in the infomercial. They also try and convince you that life as you know it, will stop dead if you don't buy this new product.
Yesterday, I was waiting for my son to get home from school and happen to tune in to the Dr. Phil Show, which I have done a couple of times over the last couple of weeks. While I would not put Dr. Phil in the same class as Maury Povich or Jerry Springer, I am astounded at how much dysfunction people are willing to share on national TV and I'm wondering, why?
I don't mind the ease of the internet. Heck, you're on it right now looking at this, so it is pretty cool. The thing is, sometimes I miss a catalog and a handful of hand-cut cardboard 'points.' Find out what I'm talking about in this 'Bring It Back.'
If there was one toy, besides wrestling action figures of course, that I could still play with today, and not be looked at strangely, it would be the subject of this week's 'Bring It Back!' And while we're at it, how about a movie already?
The man who started St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, TN, was first a nightclub comedian who became a very successful television star and producer. His career spanned five decades. My grandparents and parents loved him.Take a look at the man who made millions laugh all over the world.
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