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[url]https://www.datalounge.com/thread/25127765-%E2%80%98e.t.%E2%80%99-actor-tampered-with-urine-test-threatened-to-sue-cop-during-drunk-driving-arrest[/url] [quote]Actor Henry Thomas, who played the adorable Elliott in “E.T.,” told a cop he was going to sue her and tampered with a urine test after he was found passed out in a car in October, according to records cited in a local report. Thomas, 48, was arrested Oct. 21 in Tualatin, Ore., and charged with driving under the influence. During the arrest, he told Officer Jessica Lemieux, “I am going to make sure you are fired,” according to the Oregonian newspaper. Police said the car smelled of weed and that Thomas, who was found beside a bottle of marijuana extract, admitted he had drunk some hard ciders earlier but refused to take a breathalyzer test, according to the Oregonian. When asked to provide a urine sample at the police station, the cute kid from the 1982 Steven Spielberg tearjerker handed over a container that was tampered with and possibly diluted with toilet water, cops said. “You know I am an actor,” Thomas told Lemieux, according to records cited by the Oregonian. “I played the kid in ‘E.T.’” He later pleaded no contest to DUI. Thomas reunited with his extraterrestrial costar in a holiday ad for Xfinity released in November.[/quote] TV reboots should be canceled: They've become disorienting [url]https://themuse.jezebel.com/unboot-the-reboot-1840169950[/url] From BH90210 to Four Weddings and a Funeral, from The Twilight Zone to El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, 2019 has been a reboot-filled year. "There’s so much nostalgia fodder, it’s no longer special or particularly novel," says Rich Juzwiak. "It’s just disorienting. It’s making the past and present bleed into each other." Here is some help on 1961 May 6 Spring Football at Syracuse and Oklahoma June 3 Professional Tennis June 10 International Golf and Canada Cup (not sure what sport) August 5 Cheyenne Frontier Days They were preempted in the fall with college football I believe 1996 Dick Enberg, Paul Maguire, Phil Simms Marv Albert, Sam Wyche Charlie Jones, Randy Cross Tom Hammond, Bob Trumpy Don Criqui, Beasley Reece Dan Hicks, Bart Oates Jim Lampley, Bob Golic Other pxp announcers: Jim Donovan 1997: Dick Enberg, Paul Maguire, Phil Simms Other play-by-play announcers: Tom Hammond, Marv Albert, Charlie Jones, Dan Hicks, Joel Meyers, Don Criqui, Mike Breen, Jim Donovan Other color commentators: Randy Cross, Bob Trumpy, Jim Kelly, Jim Mora Sr., Beasley Reece, James Lofton, Jim Laslavic 2006: Al Michaels, John Madden Studio host: Bob Costas, Jerome Bettis, Cris Collinsworth Note: In 1987, Gayle Sierens became the first woman to perform play-by-play for an NFL game when she did the Week 17 Seahawks @ Chiefs. Note: The Michael Jackson who did color commentary for NBC in '87 is not either of the Michael Jackson's we're all familiar with. Jackson was a former linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks. Note: The 1988 Summer Games in Seoul were held in September. According to Timmy B (Coolbrul), Enberg, Albert, Criqui, Jones, Hammond, Costas and many of the NBC's top talent all made the trip to Asia. Cin-Cle, 1, NBC – Most of USA GB-Buf, 1, CBS -- WI; parts of MN, NY Rams-NO, 1, CBS -- DC, MS, OR, TN, WA; most of CA (except SF); parts of AL, AZ, FL, ID, LA Mia-TB, 1, NBC -- FL; most of AL, GA (except Atl); parts of MS Phx-Dal, 1, CBS -- AR, MO, NM; most of TX (except Dal.); parts of AZ, LA, OK, SC, TN Pit-NYJ, 1, NBC -- most of NY, PA; parts of CT, MD, NJ, RI KC-Raid, 4, NBC -- KS, NV, NM; most of AZ, CA (except LA) MO, NE; parts of AL, AR, GA, IL, IA, LA, MA, NY, OK, PA, SD, TX, WI Min-SF, 4, CBS – Most of USA NYG-Det, 4, CBS -- most of New England; MI; parts of OH, PA SD-Sea, 4, NBC -- CO, ID, MT, OR, UT, WA, WY; parts of AZ, MD, SD; Los Angeles and San Diego Week 10, 11/6 - CBS DH Dal-NYG, 1, CBS – Most of USA Det-Min, 1, CBS -- MI, MN, ND, SD; parts of IA, OH GB-Atl, 1, CBS -- WI.; most of GA (except Atl); parts of FL and TN Rams-Phi, 1, CBS -- CA, OR, WA; parts of AL, ID, LA, MD, MS, PA, TN Mia-NE, 1, NBC -- all of New England; DC, FL, SC; most of south; parts of AZ, CA, IA, MI, MN, NE, NV, TX Pit-Cin, 1, NBC -- OH; most of TX, WV; parts of IL, IN, KY, LA, MD, MI, NC, ND, NJ, PA, VA TB-Chi, 1, CBS -- IL, IN, WV; parts of FL, IA, KY, MO, OH, PA Buf-Sea, 4, NBC -- OR, WA; most of CA, ND, NY; parts of AZ, Ill, IN, IA, MI, MN, MS, NV, OK, PA, TX, VA, WI KC-Den, 4, NBC -- CO, ID, KS, MT, NM, SD, UT, WY; most of NE, TX; parts of AZ, AR, IL, MD, MO, OK NO-Wash, 4, CBS – Most of USA NYJ-Ind, 4, NBC -- parts of GA, IN, NY SF-Phx, 4, CBS -- all NV; most of AZ (except Phx.), CA, MO, WA Week 11, 11/13 - NBC DH Chi-Wash, 1, CBS – Most of USA Cin-KC, 1, NBC -- KY, OH; most of IL, KS, MO (except KC), NE, TN, WV; parts of AL, AR, CA, IN, IA, LA, OK, MD, PA, TX Ind-GB, 1, NBC -- MN; most of IN, WI; parts of IL, IA, MI, NC, ND, VA NE-NYJ, 1, NBC – Most of USA Phi-Pit, 1, CBS -- parts of OH and PA SD-Atl, 1, NBC -- most of GA (except Atl); parts of AZ; San Diego. TB-Det, 1, CBS -- MI; parts of FL [Det blacked out] Cle-Den, 4, NBC – Most of 1979: CBS. The NFL Today. Brent Musburger, Jayne Kennedy, Irv Cross, Jimmy the Greek NBC. NFL '79. Bryant Gumbel, Mike Adamle 1978: CBS. The NFL Today. Brent Musburger, Jayne Kennedy, Irv Cross NBC. NFL '78. Bryant Gumbel, Mike Adamle 1977: CBS. The NFL Today. Brent Musburger, Phyllis George, Irv Cross NBC. NFL '77. Bryant Gumbel, Lee Leonard 1976: CBS. The NFL Today. Brent Musburger, Phyllis George, Irv Cross NBC. GrandStand. Lee Leonard, Bryant Gumbel 1975: CBS. The NFL Today. Brent Musburger, Phyllis George, Irv Cross NBC. GrandStand. Jack Buck (Bryant Gumbel joined later in season) NBC did not have a pre-game show until GrandStand in 1975. I definitely recall that and various sources ("The TV Schedule Book" and NY Times and those on newspaper archive) would seem to confirm that). Meet The Press almost always aired in the 12;30 PM eastern time slot. It is likely that Tim Ryan did MC the NBC's post-game "Sperry/Gillette NFL Report" that aired - time permitting - after the completion of the national 4 PM game in 1974. I know Pat Hernon hosted this show in the 1968-c.1972 era. 1974: CBS. NFL on CBS. Jack Whitaker, Lee Leonard 1973: CBS. The NFL Today. Jack Whitaker, Pat Summerall 1972: CBS. The NFL Today. Jack Whitaker, Pat Summerall 1971: CBS. The NFL Today. Jack Whitaker, Pat Summerall 1970: CBS. The NFL Today. Frank Gifford 1969: CBS. The NFL Today. Frank Gifford 1968: CBS. The NFL Today. Frank Gifford 1967: CBS. The NFL Today. Frank Gifford 1966: CBS. The NFL Today. Frank Gifford 1965: CBS. The NFL Today. Analysts for game in viewing area. 1964: CBS. The NFL Today. Analysts for game in viewing area. 1963: CBS. NFL Kickoff. Kyle Rote 1962: CBS. NFL Kickoff. Kyle Rote 1961: CBS. Pro Football Kickoff. Johnny Lujack 1960: CBS. Pro Football Kickoff. Johnny Lujack 1959: CBS. Pro Football Kickoff. Local with CBS trimmings 1958: CBS. Pro Football Kickoff. Local with CBS trimmings 1957: CBS. Pro Football Kickoff. Local with [url]http://www.agcwebpages.com/BLINDITEMS/2018/DEC.html[/url] 220. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 12/17 **#15** [url]https://www.crazydaysandnights.net/2018/12/todays-blind-items-nursing-home-killer.html[/url] Nursing Home Killer: There he sits, each day with a smile on his face as he worms his way into the lives of the people at a nursing home. Much like in Say Anything, this man gets people who have no relatives, to leave everything to him when they pass while he milks them of their life savings during their final years on earth. So, in the headline, I mentioned killer. The man is a killer. He is a convicted killer in one of the more well known Hollywood murders ever. Apparently the judge was an old family friend so our killer basically got away with murder and barely served any time at all. When he did get out, there was this permanent A list celebrity who made the life of the killer miserable. No matter how many times he changed his name or where he lived, the celebrity would find him and get him fired. The problem is that our celebrity died a couple of decades ago and our killer made one last name change and one last move. No one was there to warn off his employer. No one has been there to stop him from taking advantage of the place he works. For almost twenty years he has been lining his pockets off the wealth of others when he should still be in jail for the murder. John Thomas Sweeney (Dominick Dunne’s daughter Dominique Dunne) (changed his name to John Patrick Maura) [url]http://www.agcwebpages.com/BLINDITEMS/2016/SEPT.html[/url] 39. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 09/05 **#1** [url]http://goo.gl/oayGvU[/url] Back in the day, this actor was headed up the ladder. Landed a great role on the NBC mini-series/movie of the year which everyone watched. The murder of a co-star really affected him though and he started wandering from guest spot to guest spot until he gave it all up to become a call center supervisor. David Packer/"V"/Dominique Dunne [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZhVRdqXfQU[/url] [url]https://www.quora.com/What-movie-has-terrible-content-but-is-made-for-children/answer/Nathan-Stanish[/url] [url]https://www.looper.com/178152/every-marvel-cartoon-on-disney-ranked-worst-to-best/[/url] [quote]The conversation about media these days tend to be based around extremes, and for every piece of media that's hyperbolically declared to be the greatest of all time, there are a dozen TV shows, movies, or video games slapped with a reputation for being the worst ever. If you actually go back and revisit all that media, though, you'll find that a lot of those things, while flawed, don't really deserve their miserable reputations. And then there's Avengers: United They Stand, a toyetic garbage pile that deserves the bad press it got and the vitriol it would've gotten if anyone had actually watched it.  Canceled about 15 minutes after it debuted in 1999, this one-season wonder has plenty of sins to answer for, but the most perplexing might be the lineup. Rather than doing an Avengers cartoon with big-name characters like Captain America, Thor, and Iron Man — which still would've been a dicey proposition in the years before the MCU made the team a household name — United They Stand gave viewers a team led by Hawkeye and Wonder Man... and yes, those were the big names.  The most infamous aspect, though, came from the redesigns that gave these Avengers hilariously bad "battle armor." This was ostensibly meant to sell toys, which wouldn't be so bad if the toys in question didn't have completely different, yet equally hilariously bad armor of their own. It's bad in a way that's not even fun to watch while goofing on it,  but hey: if you're a big Marvel fan looking to question your life choices, this show can make that happen almost instantly. Read More: [url]https://www.looper.com/178152/every-marvel-cartoon-on-disney-ranked-worst-to-best/?utm_campaign=clip[/url][/quote] From my understanding, Stuart Baird was allowed to direct Star Trek: Nemesis as sort of a "thank you" present by Paramount, for doing "rescue edits" on Mission: Impossible II and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider. [url]https://www.quora.com/Why-didnt-the-cast-like-Star-Trek-Nemesis-director-Stuart-Baird[/url] [url]https://www.trekbbs.com/threads/stuart-baird.264220/page-2[/url] [url]https://www.denofgeek.com/us/movies/star-trek/248258/star-trek-nemesis-what-went-wrong[/url] View all replies >