Thursday, April 13, 2006

Michelle Buchanan's The Goodnight Show is Very Cool and Other Random Thoughts

Check out The Goodnight Show --- good music, funky sound effects, good poetry (including Michael Parker's "Prelude to War" about two-thirds of the way through the show...but listen to whole show!).

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Album recommendation of the month: Built to Spill, You in Reverse

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Random Top Five: Best Sitcoms Ever

1. Cheers
2. Seinfeld
3. Night Court
4. The Jeffersons
5. The Cosby Show

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* apologies/nod to C. Dale for this post's format.

9 comments:

jenni said...

Mine would be:

1. Threes company
2. Cheers
3. The Cosby show
4. Seinfield
5. Roseanne

I like "Facts of Life" a lot too when I was a kid.

Michelle e o said...

Hey thanks Lee! Glad you are enjoying it. I will tell you a secret, don't you dare tell. I love love love reruns of Roseanne.

Oh I'm interested in the post below, I need to catch up, life has swallowed me whole and I've been scarce.

Lee Herrick said...

hi jenni...yeah, roseanne was funny, i agree. facts of life was good too. i also liked family ties w/ michael j fox and justine bateman.

michelle, nice to see you! and don't worry, i won't tell anyone...speaking of roseanne, john goodman was in a really cool movie called barton fink w/ john turturo. one of my favorite movies about writing.

jamie ford said...

No M.A.S.H.?

J.B. Rowell said...

The Goodnight Show is very cool! I'll have to admit now that Friends would be on my list . . .

Michael Parker said...

Thanks Lee!

Barton Fink is also one of my favorite movies about writing/writers. Have you seen Nicolas Cage in Adaptation? That's another great one.

My favorite sitcoms, not in any order: Friends, The Cosby Show, Three's Company, Seinfeld, and M*A*S*H.

didi said...

Lets face it Lucy still makes me laugh.

Didi

Lee Herrick said...

I was never too big on MASH, but I liked Friends. And yes, I loved Lucy.

fishlamp said...

Night Court: so underrated