Timely and timeless advice…funnies…and your weekend TV!…


I heard some EXCELLENT advice this morning…which should be directed to EVERY VOTER IN THE COUNTRY! It’s simple and accurate…Sure you can argue specifics and particulars on it, but the premise CANNOT be denied:

REPUBLICANS WANT TO GROW THE ECONOMY. DEMOCRATS WANT TO GROW DEPENDENCE ON GOVERNMENT, THUS GOVERNMENT ITSELF. PERIOD.

YOU KNOW EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THESE IS TRUE!!!!

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WEEKEND CRITIC’S CORNER: ‘FRINGE’, ‘THE GOOD WIFE’, ‘LUCK’ – Robert Bianco @ USA Today

 

 

•Fox’s fabulous sci-fi adventure Fringe (Fox, 9 ET/PT) returns Friday for the first of eight new episodes, as Peter and crew tackle a killer who’s trying to obliterate love.

With renewal decisions looming in our own ratings-centered universe, Fringe fans should be rooting for love to prevail.

 

 

The always terrific Julianna Margulies gets an especially strong, Emmy-contender showcase in Sunday’s excellent edition of The Good Wife (CBS, 9 ET/PT).

Entertaining subplots swirl, but the meat of the episode focuses on Alicia’s appointment to a blue-ribbon panel (led by an effectively smarmy Matthew Perry) that takes her into waters more turbulent and muddy than she first imagines.

With top-rate work all around, the outing is a good reminder of how good Margulies is, and why her show still ranks as broadcast’s best drama.

 

It’s the end of the road for Luck (HBO, Sunday, 9 ET/PT), a series done in by its inability to keep horses safe and, one suspects, its inability to gain an audience.

Ratings matter less at HBO than at other outlets, but it would be incredibly naive to think they don’t matter at all. If we’re lucky, the cast and creator David Milch will be back on TV soon.

 

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