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March 25, 2002
From HBO—the network that has brought you shows about dysfunctional families (The Sopranos), sexually empowered women (Sex and the City), and empty-headed sports figures (Arli$$)—comes Baseball Wives, a series with...
November 05, 2001 | Richard Deitsch
In the burgeoning partnership between sports and comedy on television, there is the good (Fox's Jimmy Kimmel and Jay Mohr), the not-so-good (ABC's Dennis Miller) and the ugly (Fox's Tom Arnold). Why the increasing...
September 03, 2001 | John O'Keefe
A year and a half after his rocky ride on Monday Night Football, Boomer Esiason sounds liberated as an NFL analyst for CBS Radio. His frank, provocative comments are what CBS needs for its TV broadcasts. Where was...
August 14, 2000
Can Dennis Miller save Monday Night Football? Well, it's like giving chicken soup to a dead man: can't hurt.—ROY C. BOYER, Boulder, Colo.
July 10, 2000 | John Walters
The big shakeup of 'Monday Night Football' has put Melissa Stark on the prime-time sideline