This well-made television drama tells of the life of a nurse working in a large metropolitan hospital. Based on Peggy Anderson’s best-seller. It lasted 2 seasons on CBS for the 1981-1982 TV season. Starring Michael Learned…coming off her multi-years on The Waltons and Robert Reed…after his heyday as Papa Brady on The Brady Bunch. Below is a majorly edited episode with only cute actor Peter Coffield’s scenes from the Nurse episode, Life Begins at Dinner (1981).
Sadly, Coffield died of AIDS-related illness in 1983.
Still very watchable… almost plays like a mini-Unmarried Woman TV remake. Kinda fun… sadly, would love to have seen the Margaret Hamilton scenes… DRATS!
Here’s a random unrelated scene with Antonio “Huggy Bear” Fargas giving some attitude.
Not sure how I feel about this poster… Glaser says he designed it by hand… but the end result looks ‘very computer’. It looks like a cliche student rough. But I really like how the MAD MEN text looks with those colors/shapes.The grey lines bug me a bit too… That gold AMC logo is shit… I prefer the simple black and white. We get it AMC… you’re award-winning.
READ ABOUT IT HERE @ NYT.
I’m really not that crazy about LOOKING but I keep watching it. Religiously-since early January- on Sunday night I lay on the couch and watch SHAMELESS at 9pm, GIRLS at 10pm & LOOKING gets watched cus it’s on after GIRLS and my cat Joe just looks too warm and comfortable sleeping on me. The show usually leaves me cold. But the 5th episode really worked for me. It was very “Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Before Midnight” with Patrick & Richie (the only characters I have liked on this show thus far) spending the day together fucking, walking, eating, talking and fucking. There’s something special about it… like Mad Men’s ‘The Suitcase’ episode or even ‘David Roche Talks To You About Love’, you just know you’ve experienced a relatable work of art. It hits you but it feels like a kiss.
RuPaul Drives…Season 2! Fasten your seatbelts; it’s going to be a bumpy…ride. The hippest way to get around Hollywood isn’t via Uber or Lyft, it’s via RuPaul. The host of RuPaul’s Drag Race is back behind the wheel for a new, star-studded season of RuPaul Drives… the talk show on wheels. With over 1 million views during the first run, WOWPresents is bringing it back for more! This season’s premiere passenger is the outspoken and shelarious actress Kristen Johnston, hot off the set of her hit TVLand series The Exes. The two dish about Drag Race drama, barbiturates, and the joy of attending open houses. New episodes of RuPaul Drives… every Thursday on WOWPresents!
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Now this is more like it!!! Why couldn’t Vogue’s Lena Dunham photo shoot been this sweet, fun and playful… great idea… Dunham recreating SUPER MODEL poses of yesteryear. She looks lovely in her jammies. Bowles & Dunham… the Fred & Ginger of the nets!
How do you prepare for your very first Vogue cover shoot? In our original short, directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, Lena Dunham gets a lesson from Hamish Bowles—with a special assist from supermodels past and present.
Produced by Supermarché, in association with Moxie Pictures.
CHER, EILEEN BRENNAN & JUDY CARNE sing “THE WOMAN’S NATIONAL ANTHEM” (on Laugh-In) & CAROL BURNETT and CHER impersonate each other on CHER!
Classic Christmas SCTV “Liberace’s Musical Tribute to the Holidays” and OF COURSE… “Dusty Towne’s Sexy Holiday Special”
DAILY MAIL: Between 1957 and 1981 Casilli became one of the most prolific photographers for Playboy magazine, shooting no fewer than 57 Playmates, countless other pictorials and several covers. He even persuaded Barbara Streisand to pose in her underwear. The lensman was given key card #2 to Playboy’s legendary chain of clubs; #1 being reserved for the magazine’s boss, Hugh Hefner. During the 1980s Casilli began shooting the most high profile TV and music stars in America, capturing the excess, the glamour and decadence of the decade through its most flamboyant household names.
Leslie Jordan made me touch his fuzzy eyeglass frames (that he received from the American Horror Story set) and when I did… he giggled like a dirty little boy.
Julie Andrews introduces Katharine Hepburn and Company in COCO on the 1970 Tonys. Totally ridiculous… no french accent and stunningly awful dialogue… but the whole “Bob Mackie/ Carol Burnett Show” style fashion show is what it’s all about!