A little off color and ignoring the British laugh track, I thought this BBC series about three priests exiled to remote Craggy Island, somewhere east of Ireland, was kind of entertaining. This gets a mature rating for having off color language, but really not much.
Mary’s elaborate holiday plans are cancelled when she learns she must work on Christmas Day.
Two stories — one on a homeless family, and one on a politician — take unexpected turns. Season One, Episode 13 of the Lou Grant show, starring Ed Asner. This was a spinoff of the Mary Tyler Moore show.
Set against the raw majesty of Colorados Red Rocks Amphitheatre, this post-Fleetwood Mac concert by Stevie Nicks captures this sensual, poetic artist in breathtaking surroundings. Backed by her sizable band, Nicks’ dusky vocals showcase beautifully on all of the Live at Red Rocks segments. Special guests include Mick Fleetwood and Peter Frampton
I remember my mom crying when we were watching the helicopters take the last of the diplomats out of the embassy. Under the terms of the accords, all American combat troops were withdrawn by 29 March 1973. Limited fighting continued, before North Vietnam captured the province of Phuoc Long in December 1974 and started a full-scale offensive, culminating in the Fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975.
She goes 0-60 MPH in just a few strides, but it’ll take more than speed to keep pace with the savannah’s top predators. She can run faster than any other land animal— as fast as 75 miles an hour for a quarter mile. She can go from zero to 60 in 3 seconds.
Gunsmoke had a twenty year TV run with William Conrad as the sheriff of dodge city. The early episodes are perhaps more somber, serious and gritty than the ones that came after. It seems that there was a brief trend in television in the late 50′s and early 60′s to make some television with really serious topics. It almost seems out of place and Gunsmoke remains relevant 50 years later.