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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

06:21 min | 3 months ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Hello, everybody. Welcome to the Todd stern's radio program, so great to have you with us. Today hope you're doing well. By the way, our website, Todd stern's dot com, bookmark that. And if you haven't been on the page before, a little box will pop up, asking if you want to receive notifications when we have new stories. I would check mark that yes, so you'll be able to have immediate access to all of the great stories. Are you a big Food Network show person? Do you like the Food Network shows? Well, growing up, my mom would watch like Rachael Ray and Paula Deen, that kind of that crew. That was really a rhetorical question for the audience. But I'm glad you're way down. Thank you for that. I'm sorry you were looking at me sometimes. I think you're up. I told you I had my reading glasses on. I can't see anybody. Sorry. So no, well, not that you got your microphone on. This is gonna be one of those hours. So grace, there is a show so Valerie Bert nelli. Now she's got a show on. She was married to what Eddie Van Halen. Back in the day. Yes, I'm talking. Sure. Yes, I guess so. I don't know her very well, but sure, I'll take your word. So anyway, she was on this show back in the 70s that was quite scandalous. It was a comedy called one food? No. About divorce. And Bonnie Franklin was called one day at a time, and they've done a remake of it. They've kind of done a revival of it. But now I think the girls are lesbians or something. And they're Hispanic. Of course. So anyone keep it interesting. You gotta just cram it down the throat. Cram it down the throat. One day at a time, Bonnie Franklin, and it was really sort of scandalous. It just didn't have any TV shows about a divorced woman trying to make it on her own. And anyway, Valerie Bertinelli was one of the daughters. So now she has a show on the Food Network. And I remember seeing this a timer, I was all right. I think she was also on this show with a Betty White. Over at TV Land. Just a couple of years ago. Anyway, you clearly don't know who Valerie Bertinelli. Sorry. So she's got this show on the Food Network and she's very upset with you America. I just want you to know that straight up as she's very upset. And I tried reaching out to her, but apparently she blocked me. A long time. I don't know why, but she blocked me. So and this has been apparently a long time ago because I was trying to find her tweets a lot. Why can't I find her tweets and assure enough that that was the reason why? Anyway, she's got a problem with Americans and Christians. And this all stems from the Supreme Court ruling that New Yorkers actually have Second Amendment rights. So anyway, she's posting a series of messages and she's doubling down on it. She says, by the way, apparently her only discernible skill set is boiling an egg. I mean, that's pretty much it. And she got married to Eddie Van Halen, but now she's divorced. And she's, again, I was able to follow the Twitter feed, but I'm blocked, so I had to log out and then log into or just log in under the kwam. Twitter feed. And I was able to see it. But apparently, she's eating a lot of food to kind of make her way through the divorce. It's not a pretty picture. That's not it. That's never a good round. No, and she's explaining all of this. She says she's getting into her comfort body. Which clearly involves stretchy peens. Miss bertinelli announced that America is not the greatest country in the world. And again, she's upset over the gun control issue. And she says the majority of Americans want stricter gun laws and more access to healthcare. Is that true? Let me tell you, I really, now that she said we're not the greatest country in the world then. That's it. That's the gospel there. The minority of white Christian nationalist run our country and are not Christian in any sense of the word. We are not the greatest country in the world, so she's doubling down on this now. And again, I tried to respond to her. I tried to reach out because I felt like that was the, you know, the white Christian nationalist thing to do. And she blocked me. Sorry. So look, here's the deal. I'm not an unreasonable person, grace baker, and you know that. I have a compassionate side. But I'm a compassionate person. And if miss Valerie Bertinelli is not proud to be an American if she's unhappy if she's uncomfortable with people engaging in their civil liberties, then I think we need to find her some other place to live. Sounds like a good idea. And I'm recommending, you know, because she loves the kitchen, right? And I think that what we ought to do is help her pack her skillets and her little apron, her little frilly apron. And we need to get her a one way ticket to Saudi Arabia. There you go. Because the women know their place is in the kitchen. In Saudi Arabia. And only the kitchen. That's all I'm saying. Oh, who was it the Green Day guy? He's all upset. Good old Green Day. We were gonna, we were gonna play the audio, but it was so profane. But this guy is, so one of those singers see the lead singer for Green Day and he's saying that he's renouncing his citizenship. And he's very upset. He's leaving the country, and he's going to London. He's going to the UK. Tally Ho, buddy. Yeah, look, don't let the door hit you where the good lord split you. That's what I say. Maybe Valerie needs to hitch a ride with him. Maybe, I just, you know, the great thing about this, I mean, it's wonderful the Supreme Court rulings on God guns and babies. But the added bonus is that most of Hollywood is getting ready to leave the country. What a wonderful day. God bless America. That's what I say. God bless America. 8 four four 747 88 68. Let's go to the phones here. Michael in North Carolina,.

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:39 min | 8 months ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Fresh Air

"On root metrics U.S. report results vary. What happens when you're pushed to the limit? And what does it take to go further? I'm Jay Williams, and those questions define my journey to the NBA and beyond. But overcoming limits is something we all have to do. So come with me, as I explore how. With some of the biggest names in sports business and culture. Listen to my new show, the limits from NPR. Howard hessman, the actor best known for playing a radio DJ on WKRP in Cincinnati, died Saturday in Los Angeles due to complications from colon surgery. He was 81. In the 1960s, he performed in the San Francisco improv troupe the committee, which regularly performed at anti war and civil rights demonstrations. He had many minor roles in film and TV, including playing a hippie on dragnet. Before landing the part on WKRP in Cincinnati, which aired from 1978 to 1982 on CBS. Hesseman likely drew on his experiences as a San Francisco DJ for the character of Johnny fever. It is time for this town to get down. You got a gun in it. Doctor John F fever, and I have burning up in here. This one was also known for playing the teacher Charlie Moore on the sitcom head of the class, which aired from 1986 to 91, and for other roles, including a brief appearance in The Rock and roll mockumentary, this is spinal tap. He played the manager of a rival band who politely blows off the members of spinal tap after they try to chat him up in a hotel lobby. Where are you playing his head? Are you playing here? What are you doing the normal dome, whatever it is? It's terrific. Oh, yeah. That's a big place. That's good. How are you, Eddie? Great to see you, too. So really good to see you. Liam. Listen, we'd love to stand around and chat but we gotta sit down on the lobby, wait for the limo. Great to see you. Good days. Good days. And in an episode of the TV series ER, hessman played a man high on drugs found in the middle of the street. In the middle of the street, directed traffic. Well, I was just trying to calm the math as the there was so much negative energy that nobody could feel that universal connection that we all have. Right, right, right. What are you on, buddy? Oh, no, you know, when I touch you like this, we are exchanging matter on a subatomic part. Why, I don't know where your atoms are bent, so it's best that you just keeping yourself. What's this? I'm taking acid trip. Oh, you would be. Wrong. Yeah, LSD is a man-made chemical and psilocybin as a gift from God. Oh, the magic of mushrooms. Yes. Terry spoke to Howard hessman in 1988 when he was starring in the sitcom head of the class. Ahead of the classes in a way a reversal of the type of school shows that television had on say in the 1960s because in this case, the students are the overachievers and you as the teachers who's trying to loosen them up a little bit. I guess, yeah, that's accurate. But yet you're the authority figure which most TV viewers aren't used to seeing you as. Well, I guess they're not. I'm not used to seeing myself that way. But you know when you say it's sort of a reversal of the 60s, so are the 80s in a sickening sense. Reversal of the 60s, in which nobody wants to take responsibility for much of anything, but they want they want all the rewards in accoutrements of a responsible life. Thus the planet is sort of slowly dying off. At least that's my sort of pinhead view this morning. What are the parts of the character that you think of as yours? Character dimensions that you added that weren't in the way the character was initially conceived. Well, in television, particularly where everything is done in such a, I don't want to say a shorthand manner, but a shortcut manner. Actors have. Actors sort of are the character. It's not as though you're given a well delineated character that's been tried and tested over a period of time like stage characters or someone who's a character that's had the benefit of a long period of development of gestation and development in the writer's mind. The character is created and once it's sold, there is this enormous rush to make things work in a very tight time schedule with as tight a budget as possible. I mean, some of these things are certainly true in movies and in stage work as well. But I think more and more because of the voracious appetite of television as a medium, writers depend on personality quirks of the actor to delineate character and in the long run. My feeling is an actor is that there is no character. There's me, and I am limited by what this character says and does, according to the text. Were you anxious to get back into TV? After one day at a time and after KR P? I know, I don't think I was ever anxious to get into TV. Even now, on an almost daily basis, there's a certain sense of to quota friend joyful dread each morning. You know, I like to work. I like the actors work. I love doing it. But there is something about television and particularly series production that saps me of the will to live. But other than that, it's great. Where does the joyful dread? What's the dread part of the equation? Well, most of television is so predictable. I mean, that's not limited to television either. A great deal, a great many stage plays that we see now in a great many movies. Are so predictable in terms of the plot in terms of the action in terms of what little character revelation and delineation occurs. You know where they're going. You're not surprised. And I suppose, you know, I have these standards that are relatively impossible for me or anyone else to meet in part because I can't define them. But I'm just for the most part disappointed when I look at television, particularly network television. Do you find that television viewers preconceptions of you very according to who you're playing on TV? You know, when you were Johnny fever, do they think of you as being a high, someone who was always high and a real anti authority kind of figure, then when you were on one day at a time as someone who was going to marry Bonnie Franklin and that was the teacher and head of the class, do people have a different idea of who you are based on who you're playing? Absolutely..

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Drive usable lakeshore drive. It's all on one, You know, Roadway that's all compact in one place, not a zigzag of broken Closed streets like it is for the marathon, and like it was last week for the triathlon. I heard stories about by that, Uh and then so I'm all Mr Positive. I'm all I'm ready to come in here, Mr Positive. Until Mr Grouchy pain. Oh, my gosh. I was in Evanston comes somehow I wound up in Evanston. I kept making right turns. How did you like it's just one drive that's closed. No, I came so messed came taking. I took lower Wag. That's a question. People have been asking about health and Jim for many years. Listen, anyone messed up. No, I took lower Wacker. The the ramp was closed. Then I turned I went to Columbus. The ramps to get on Lake Shore drive no to get your driving on Lower Wacker to get up. For some reason that was closed. I took a left. I got back on Lower Wacker is going to turn on Columbus, Columbus was closed both ways I had to make a U turn because those are the streets that feed into Lake Shore Drive. Of course the well then what? How did I get here? I don't even know how I got here. We've all been asking that question dating back to 29. Your parents should have had that talk with you a long time ago. But no, it took me further show will sit down and I'll explain it took me 20. I'm not exaggerating. I got here much earlier than I got here. I was driving around for 20 minutes. And I finally found my way. I don't even know how I made a left turn and found myself And what is that ran? No, that's not Randolph. I don't even know what Wacker I found myself on Wacker again. 20 you might this annoying when I'm complaining about the the roads? Am I this? How did you get my this annoying sounding? Well, okay. I'm gonna take that as a yes. What do you think I get it? At least this time. I remember that the bite the drive was going on. So I took the Kennedy in here today. But Hollis, it's no big. Yeah, I did run in the one problem as Jim was saying, Lower Wacker Right there at Columbus. You couldn't turn left to get to the garage, so I turned around and went back up city front. Back to Michigan and then did a U turn. And then some of Wacker listen to and I didn't get here easily either. But it was it was better than last week, Not the end of the world. Just you know, it's just like one small 11 turn where I normally turn into park in this building. Was closed. I wouldn't just drove around the block. I was I found I was a Wrigley Field. I don't know how I got there. I made three laps and I saw the big Red side. It's a little ways away for Wow. From where we are now, friend. I will never complain. This is This is why, you know, sometimes you need a mirror held up to you to sure. And even though it's been funny all these years, even though people actually you know, in the weeks leading up to the marathon. People are emailing me. Are you going beyond on marathon Sunday? We love when you complain about everything, the the requesting it they re question but I have to rethink it. Now, after listening to whiny muk whining shuttle no from bike the drive. Ride the bike. I don't know why you called me 20. Have you had it on every newscast that you've done this morning? We have indeed, as has every newscast. We have not only not only in our traffic report, but The news. It's not an antenna TV. I don't even know it exists. Well, another words you only listen to traffic. Bonnie Franklin Delivery. Very Riesner isn't saying it I'm not doing I don't blame you for that. Wow. Wow. And you know, like any of us should complain about, uh, driving who's been on the road for the last week or so. Upwards of 2000 miles round trip. Wow,.

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"A great song. My only way she is that he would have done the connor voice a little more. This is a genre i didn't know existed tribute songs to murdered women. Let's try to find some more of those nicole brown simpson tribute songs. Maybe there's gotta be some princess diana tribute songs. Aside from you know the famous. One like the elton. John candle in the wind song. Every time i hear the view gives me creeped out vibes from when i was a child. And my weird asked neighbor. Who has like fifty at the time and in love with me. Even though i was seven she blew out her birthday candles. And said this one's for you damn and then like gave me a ukulele or something. It was weird. She had a bowl cut. She looked like bonnie franklin from one day. At a time. that's right. I'm using one day one day at a time as a reference. That show was off the air. Like before i was born. I do not expect any of you to know with bonnie franklin. It's or was. She might be dead project. Probably dead at this point moving on. I've got a new tick tarred recommendation. You should all be following. Captain kuwait one. There is very little information about her. Like no bio information on her tick tock page and so far all of her updates seemed to come from the hospital. I don't know what's wrong with her. She's got the oxygen hoses in her nose. It may be covert related. I think it's more than that though. Based on some of her recent videos. Sunday and nobody gets fucking shit about me. Took a shit less than that and nobody bothered to white my pass so i'm still sitting story of my life. This kind.

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Because there's going to be more to offer well, so it could. And yet, here's why, I think maybe not. Agree. Thing is, is this article points out? This is a drop in the bucket for Amazon. Yeah, I know. Point out what million dollars is nothing to them? So even if you think of it is kind of Ah, lost leader principal there. There have been so successful with Amazon Prime. I don't know it might go off. I mean, it has gone up. It wasn't no 1 99 121 $129. I mean, it may go up a little bit, but I don't think it needs to go up. To be profitable. It's just another entree into you know, Amazon's, you know, universe and that that can be seen as a plus one of the hears. This is an on the fun side of this. The speculation is so why is Amazon doing this? Well, you know, when, when Jeff Basil saved Washington post by buying it out because it was losing money. It was in the red. There are a lot of people have said how Lucia Jeff Bezos is the savior of the Wall Street. I Mean of Washington Post and journalism in general, but there are other, more cynical people saying No, no, no, no, no. He's buying The Washington Post to earn himself some good press in effect, and I think there's the truth is somewhere in between. But so far what he's managed Tolo resurrect with the Washington Post. Something has been nothing but great. I mean, I think it's really been great for journalism, but it does. It does make you wonder. Well, now there's a suggestion that there might be an ulterior motive. For him. Purchasing MGM and Stephen Colbert is the one that raises the issue. Bezos really wants MGM because he's dropping that nine billion on it, even though insiders believe the studio is only worth about $5 billion. Jeff That's way too much. Didn't you check on the right hand side of the product page you could have bought it used from other sellers. So why would one of the world's richest men pay almost twice the value for a struggling movie studio that recently went bankrupt? Well, it could be the Jeff Bezos has an ongoing feud with the former president Ganga's con. Guess what All these out takes from. The apprentice are owned by MGM Holy mother of DVD extras. The private footage of a TV billionaire Is gonna belong to an actual billionaire. What do you think of that theory again? It's a great joke. I'm sure that that that wasn't a serious factor. But if you are conspiratorially minded, or if you really take the personal battles between bases and Trump You know seriously, is it that would be motivation for either of those men because they have plenty of other reasons to do what they do. I think it's a It's a clever kind of suspicion, and whether those things they're really available and really do exist. It could put to bed the rumors once and for all if they release them, and Trump never said any such thing. Well, you got to figure Amazons worth $2 Trillion. Okay s so if he really wanted access to this information, I have a feeling he could have maneuvered his way in to get it. But without having to buy the company. You know, I could. Somehow I think he could have done something somewhere with a little bit of cash and got his hands on those things. You know, You are so right. But this is the perfect cover story. It is it is. I like I like the way way. Sherry. That's good. Then you found this other article again. This is the media and marketing column in the Wall Street Journal. How TV networks have just in effect. To me. This feels like they're thrown in the towel TV is that we can't compete with these limited serious and he's really high concept ideas that air dominating the Emmys right now, you know, from Handmaid's tale. The Queen's gambit. All these kinds of things is networks have just decided. You know we can't compete. So what we're doing instead is we're going to go for more franchises and more re boots on what the things they mentioned. This is what is obvious, everybody. I mean, you know, the C s. I start out is this was one show and now it's got C s I Miami? Yes. I New Orleans and C s. I now hold Hawaii and all these kinds of things. They just keep doing law and order has, you know every division imaginable? They're just basically the same show on the same format with just different different actors and sometimes different geographical setups they talked about. They're gonna be three FBI shows on CBS, FBI, FBI, International and FBI Most wanted and what a shame that is, And they say, CBS. NBC is doing the same thing One night. They've got this. The SYRIZA Chicago Med, Chicago Fire Chicago PD. It's like, Oh, my God, it is they've not given up. He's okay. We are. Lane is formula formulaic. We deliver what we promised. We don't promise much, but at least you can get what you want, because God knows we cannot compete with a really imaginative Top tier talent that's happening on all the you know the streaming networks. Yeah, and the one that I found most fascinating Tom and you can you can relate or or not in terms of you. Being a critic was the fact that they're pitching Ah, version of one day at a time that Bonnie Franklin gem that was on the seventies, and they're doing it with a Hispanic single mom and the guy was saying, You know if they didn't have a prototype for this, and they didn't they didn't call it sort of a one day at a time re boot. It would have never gotten through. That would have never been greenlit. Yes, one day at a time. So good debate, E. I guess we could ask that question about all of these, But I think how how low can you go? I mean, yes. And are there any shows right now? That will be re boot worthy, Say in 20 years from now. Well, what you need to establish, is you need to establish a bottom line. If there was like, right now, there are called hits. As long as you've got an X amount of you know, people that like a remake, you know, so the show might have been a crappy show. But if enough people remember. Oh, yeah, I remember. I remember when I was 10 and I love that show they will remake that show and they'll be that nostalgia. Reboot system like they did Ah, lost in space, which is on when I was a kid, you know, 150 years ago, they tried to reboot that that what they try to do is they try to find something that people have a memory of. It needn't be the height of it. It's just nostalgia for nostalgia's sake. And that's Yeah. They talk about rebooting Kate in alley, You know, I mean, is that really something that's worthy of Ah, rebooting to me. It's just a As they mentioned. Yeah, well, we realize that the top talent you are not gonna want it if you're if you think of yourself as a writer for TV, although it may be a steady job, you probably not your knees. Yes, I want to be the next wonder to write the law and order SUV. Uh, version BU version. It's like it's not gonna track attract top talent. But there is if there's a market You know, and you can get paid by for writing. Maybe they'll some of it. It's one of the disappointing things about life. But I mean about what we see on the screen from the networks, But I've got to tell you having lived. I remember when I was first, starting out as a critic, you know, like 40 years ago. There was no contest movies or infinitely better than TV..

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:34 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Puerto rican nationalists attack the capitol building injuring five representatives back in nineteen fifty four in one thousand nine hundred fifty five allen fieldhouse at the university of kansas host to this first college basketball game in one thousand nine hundred sixty one president kennedy the peace corps i have today signed an executive order providing for the establishment of a peace corps on a temporary pilot basis. I'm also sending to congress a message. Posing authorization of a permanent peace corps is call. We'll be a pool of trained men and women sent overseas by the united states government also private institutions and organizations to help foreign countries meet their urgent needs skilled manpower since its inception. More than two hundred thirty. Five thousand americans have joined the peace corps and served in over one hundred forty one countries now on march in march of last year due to covid nineteen peace corps announced it was temporarily suspending operations. 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The wounded now pressure been mounting for some accountability for the deplorable conditions and the administrative roadblocks many outpatients faced at walter reed passing away on this date in history actor. Jackie coogan comedian and actor. Joe besser you nasty man very very funny fellow was with the three stooges for a period of time also politician author harry brown journalist publisher andrew breitbart singer and producer jewel. Aken let me tell you about the birds and the bees and flowers and the trees and from one day at a time bonnie franklin. This is the birth date of composer. Frederic chopin bandleader. Glenn miller actor. David did a wonderful role in radio. Production radio production that we have a copy of of the a nine thousand nine hundred eighty four and it because it's an hour production on the nbc playhouse and be or nbc university theater. Anyway it's so long we can't get it into one of our shows. 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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You know, Marianne really got justice on that whole thing there. Marianne just gets at the end, and Marianne That's not fair. It's really not fair, uh, Mark Harmon's in sports Central over W Generating sports. Carm, you grew up a Marianne guy or a ginger guy. I mean, who didn't love Mary Ann and Ginger. But that's true. I mean, come on, That's sure. But if I had to pick between Mary Ann and Ginger, just, you know, have a cup of coffee with. Hang out. Maybe going to stroll in the park more. Marianne Moore. Marianne. Well, this is very sad day for you, my friend, Dawn Wells. Passed away from covert related symptoms Today I know the end of an era She was 82 years old. The great run. Did he choose good. 82 is good. And Gilligan's Island will live forever. All that did you grow up watching Gilligan's? I don't like it. Was that a ritual for you? I remember watching you quite a bit. I don't know when it was on, so I'm guessing I watch it in reruns. Don't think I watched it like on Tuesday nights on ABC or something like that. But were you fired up for a Gilligan's Island wasn't fired up and I would stop and watching Gilligan's Island for sure. It was always very frustrating when they had a way to finally get off the island. And then you know the Harlem Globetrotters show up and suddenly there off the island, and these guys were still stuck there that got a little annoying feel like they had great lessons and Gilligan's Island and I need to go back and learn what they were really trying to teach me. What I don't understand is they had like a pool table, and then he's a great huts, and they had all this stuff in them. I saw the picture of the beginning. There's a relatively small hole in that boat. We can't figure out how to patch that thing up and shove it back in the water. I mean, it wasn't destroyed in a million pieces that had a hole in the hole. I think that they wanted to hang on Gilligan's Island, and I'm kind of debating in my head right now, if I could sign up that just My life is on an island. It's nice every day and I drink out of you have some coconuts and whatnot. That doesn't seem terrible. When you love to be on Gilligan's Island during this pandemic, right, come on, Perfect. So maybe there was like an ultra sinister thing here where the professor thought I will never have a chance to hang out with two gorgeous women like Mary Ann and Ginger again in my life, so I'm just not going to save it. Simply, eventually one of them fall in love with me. Then I'll fix the boat. I mean, I would have been paying attention with the professor was doing. I would have been dead within bird dog and Gilligan and I would And then that would been, you know, scheming. How can I Who is realistic to accomplish here on Gilligan's Island. I wonder if they remade it. Well, if they remade it now, after year, they'll of skin cancer and probably dying be so it's settled. Come be, um, what a millionaire resonate as much. Because we hear so much about billionaires these days. Yeah, So would it be with a millionaire Be like, million? That's great and all but forgot about the house for a second. Really Don't know what would probably be billionaires, though. This state that have to be billionaires, right? The house definitely owned a Bitcoin. I'm sensing a remake. Aren't you surprised that that has you know? Heidi Stevens was just talking about her and her daughter. I didn't even know there was a remake of one day at a time. I love one day at a time. The original with Bonnie Franklin. Yes. Uh, my A great celebrity story of mine is sort of, so I used to work for Danny. But a duty in Detroit produces radio shows what 20 years ago. And Um What was it that Drew Carey says that such a weird story? So Drew Carey. Collects. Weird out takes and tapes from people like stuff. People have never seen weird stuff. He told the anybody duty that he had a tape. So Danny Bonaduce cheese Dad was a television writer. And he wrote for shows like one day at a time. Another show, Okay? And there was a week where he had written whatever script and Bonnie Franklin starve one day at a time, wanted to change something within the script. And apparently Danny's dad said to her, Bonnie, I want you to think of my scripts as commandments. They are written in stone. Wow, something like that. Okay, And he's like, okay, I'll do it your way all week during rehearsal. She doesn't her way there. Taping the show. She does it her way. He comes out of the crowd and grabs her and starts like holding her up against the wall, like shaking her some crazy story that apparently Drew Carey, hasn't it? Why was he doing that? He was a writer on the show, and she changed it when they take that, Okay? I didn't. I missed her way. Okay. Okay. Mr. She rehearsed. It is well weekend. They did her way during the show, and he came out of the crowd apparently went up on stage and grabbed her. That's aggressive. I thought that Mackenzie Phillips was the problem on that show. She was, apparently, is Danny Bonaduce. Geez, Dad, You don't want to get too married to your writing. What the actors. It's a big, I'm sure it's a big struggle for many writers. You know you sell the book and then they go do what they want with it. You hope that there was a good check involved through into 981 72. 100 Ed is on. Hey at how are you? I'm good. What's going on? Well, you're talking about the snow and I come in and you know Talking like they're ready. But they weren't ready. And as I said, you could be as ready as you want. But you can't plow the snow until it snows on. I get that, but, you know, But there are a lot of our like yesterday. Um you know it. Just it comes with the answer to an hour. And there's no way that Oh, get it done while all the traffic there so, but usually they're out there with the traffic holding up traffic or holding a plane. You gotta be careful. I just didn't see anything. L last night. I was surprised. You think it's just it came down so fast so quick. There was no way they could keep up. Yeah. And if they happened, you know been on another section of highway. If something, you know, then they get behind all that traffic and then that you know, they just can't do it. It's It's a like a catch. 22. You're gonna if you had enough men and equipment to do it. Everybody be bitching about. Well, you know people down last night. What are they doing out there? Just wait till it falls. I got you had good points. I appreciate it. You drive safely Certain Kathy's on 7 20. W G N Hello, Kathy. I care how you I'm gonna real Good. Thank you. You know you were talking about the snow and all that building up on the expressway and whatever. Yes, Well, I have to tell you I live in the 6600 black of North Harlem Avenue. I'm right across from ST Albert's Cemetery. You know, I don't know if you want to call it Edison Park or whatever. But when that first snowflake cell Plows were out there were there were so fast they were catching them before they hit the ground. Just about you know, I don't know if we have to thank Alderman Napolitano for this. He's our alderman. He has taken care of this neighborhood since I've been here, which is about 20 some years. But I'll tell you he did a fantastic job on these streets. All right. That sounds good. Thank you. Missile. Thank you made when it was great. I mean, we had no problem getting in or out. No. So, like I say we need more people like him around. Are you related to the altar and Kathy? Not at all. Okay. Just make sure you want to make sure it is Chicago. All right, Cathy. Thank you so much for calling in an endorsement for Alderman Napolitano. Well, thank you. Good job, So I don't know how much he had.

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Four o'clock today. Thank you for joining us. Everybody. 312981 72 100 is the team Hochberg phone line? That's where we bring in Heidi Stevens. From your Chicago Tribune. Heidi, You've got some resolution article. Of course, I think that's mandated that everybody has to do a resolution column before the end of the year that our contract you did this a little bit different this year, though, didn't you? Yeah, I did. I don't know. It feels almost like, um, a little excessive. I think Theo expect people to make resolutions after years trying and lousy and grief filled as 2020. But you know, at the same time, maybe it's the year we need a more than ever. Right? Um, I mean, we Certainly had a lot of extra time to kind of reflect, um On the meaning of it all are some invitations. T do so anyway. Um, yeah. I mean my resolutions this year a priest small. I wanna, um You know, hosts more general parties when it's safe. Wanna hug my parents? Stuff like that read more novels. But what end of writing about was The idea of Kind of some collective resolutions that I thought we could, you know, work on together and one of them that I was really inspired. I think more about, um, when I heard an interview with Bryan Stevenson, the author and lawyer. On Christmas Eve. I heard him interviewed on Krista Tippett's on being program, and he was talking about this notion of being a stone catcher. So everyone you know it's hard the parable about or at least the saying if it's not linked to the Bible, the way you've heard it, um, you know, let he who has Is without sin cast the first stone right? And his his anecdote was about how you know we live in a time where no one would think twice about throwing stones about whether that would make them hypocrites are now we sort of just go ahead and throw them and so You know, in response to that society needs to create some stone catchers and people who will go ahead and catch the stone from hitting the vulnerable and people who are served down in there. Lock even if they have No, I guess Cinder made some mistakes. Um It just was a really beautiful story of redemption and grace and mercy. And I thought, like gashes, so in such contradiction toe What Good. Dialogue feels like right now around us, especially around Cove it when we're like, remain each other about masks. And, um, you know, whenever I write about someone who died of covert, and I've written a lot of the stories this year, you know, I get it around of emails, sort of. You know, looking for ways to blame the person you know what they did wrong or how they were sort of like, you know about to die anyway, If you really think about it sort of assessing their worth as a human. It feels to me like and I don't know. I just would hope that we could do a little better and 2021. You wrote an article a while back about a TV show called One Day at a time. Was that a reboot of the Bonnie Franklin? One day at a time? Yeah, totally. Yeah. Rebeuh from the seventies, the one in the seventies. And so you were upset that they were letting it go because you and your daughter had really bonded and watch the binge. The show together. Are there moments like that that we can take out of this? Everything we've been through this year, all the ups and downs. You had covert. I mean, all the things that everybody collectively where they had covert or not suffered through in this year. Are there bright moments that we need to reflect upon and take with us as we move forward? Oh, my God. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think, don't you? I do. I do. I think it's just hard sometimes for us to stop and pause and say, Hey, there are good things that came out of this and we need to focus on those a little bit. Yeah, it is hard, And sometimes that can feel little indulgence, especially when you look at all this stuff lying around you. It's like, Oh, but let me look at the silver lining. You know, in the thing that killed 330,000 Americans like that feels gross, but at the same time and it is gross, but it's not necessarily You know, looking for a silver lining? That's as much as it is, Um, you know, remembering Tonto draw lessons. I think wherever we can, and you have to do that out of awful stuff is wallahs happy stuff, right? And, you know, I think your example of the Been rushing That flick with my daughter is a great one, because it's those simple things that mean the The removal of sort of the business of our lives has been huge for my family. I mean, we're obviously spending so much more time together just because my husband and I are working from home and my kids are learning from home. And so just those two things alone and they don't get to go play all their sports and do all the things that used to do. But exactly yeah, I mean, both my kids were really pretty highly scheduled, like both athletes and then debate team and all you know, like lots and lots of practices and activities. And, you know, friendships were very, very Packed with all of that stuff, and it's sort of all what proof in March and what we're finding is like we miss a lot of it and a lot of it. We don't miss. It's really nice to not Be in the car, headed somewhere all the time to just sit around and do like a puzzle or play a game or do nothing be. You know everybody on their own devices, but in the same room, even that's a nice sometimes. So, um, you know, my daughter and I take a tunnel walks together. Um, I don't. I don't want that to go away. There's a lot of stuff. I don't want to go away when the pandemic lift. Yeah, I think that what we need to think about or try to think about because here we get to this point where nine months in and the vaccine is coming, But we still need to wear masks and the vaccines ruling out slow..

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Ah, from Norman Lear and with Bonnie Franklin, and this show is worthwhile. It is important. It reflects a portion of our population that doesn't really get highlighted in in in sitcoms and pop culture. It's a It's a great great story about Cuban Cuban American. Single mother raising her teenage daughter who has Ah ah, great storyline herself representing another slice of our population. And then her son. And then she has a mother in law played by the meat. Amazing Rita Murano. I mean, come on. Ah, yeah, She's the best part of the show. Yes, she is. Cause it is like there are beginning, right? Ah, no, no, I think they're they're starting at, like season. Whatever. Currencies in their end is its new because the kids look older. He saw it came on after Big brother and all right. And I I saw some of the trailers while I was watching big brother trying to get people roped in to watch it how we only have a little bit. How was big brother last night? It was good. I'm finally caught up. You know, I went on a little vacation and I didn't have any signals, so I had to watch. Four episodes to get caught up over the weekend. And, Yeah, it's getting good that this alliance that has formed you know the the six person Alliance. It's fragmenting because now that's down to five people in the house, so they're all having to go after each other, which is this is the part that I always love and wait for Because it's like, all right, you guys aligned with each other now, the ugly part cups nice anymore. There's some really frustrating challenges that happened, which they always air so great about. You know, they either make it like an endurance challenge where they have to, like, Hold onto Ah, stupid rope for 12 hours or something, or it's some type of. Ah A mental game, a memory game or just a game of, you know, a combination of both. So yeah, last night it was. There was some heartbreaking moments where you're like, Oh, you almost did it and Yeah, but it's looking good. I'm liking who they're probably going to kick out soon, and I have never been a fan of him since the beginning. Really? Ah, and I think a lot of people he's just Annoying. Yeah, he's not just annoying, but just like your little seems like you're a little racist and That's not funny. I just haven't Yeah, he's not been my cup of tea from the beginning. Big brother one day at a time and see in Star Trek Discovery all on CBS and CBS all access 6 41. When we return, there's a rumor about Sharon Stone Going around that don McLean will talk about and speaking of rumors is Mariah Carey teasing a collaboration. She is. What are the theories? Alexis has that story when we return another lorry and Julia moment Coyote ugly that burned abroad that bar you in New York and I never did that. You never left the bra be.

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Smoothie King ruled the day So money spin offs. You know a time. There wasn't a lot of spin offs in the sixties or the fifties. This show on the family generated so many so many spinoffs. The first one was Maude. Correct. Yes. You know the word spin up. Always interested me. I always thought about you Bring on a player that you think I can't work in his or her own show. And she's kind of a Bush league player on DH. You're what you're trying to do is groomer or him for the major. That's that was the terminology. I always Okay, thinking about it. What we wanted on all in the family. We wanted somebody to come along that would reached through the depth of a lot of years. Beats the hell out, you know? But I learned something like an old relative with a gret. Yeah, You didn't invite her to the wedding. How could you have done 27 years ago? That person coming at you with that? More was ah, Cousin, a za girl and best friends of either. Yeah, The whole family was sick. The whole family was sick, and Marty was called to come. Take care. I remember the episode. It was absolutely vintage because it was the first time I think I saw Archie Really beat up by somebody that with it needed to be either playing that role with that grudge that came back from that came over the years. Now, now from Maud came good times. Didyou get flak at the time. Because of the portrait trail of this black family. You know, in Chicago that it was, it was more negative. We got flak. Ah, couple of years in there was some slack. Some of it was helpful because it was about why Ah, right is the only black character Uh, supporting a family working three jobs. Why is it not the truth in America, people move up. Move on. And several, uh African American newspapers carried stories like that are hints of that, Uh, feeling. And that motive we were taking about them. Actors, uh, do the Jeffersons, but it's certainly motivated. Moving on up. Absolutely right. Right. Right. Right. Which I would say you Remmy remedy that with another sitcom. So the Jeffersons and I forgot, you know, obviously. The Jeffersons came after good times and in it surprises me always because really, they were, you know, so proud. Prevalent in the first season of of the show when you develop those characters, you know Isabel Sanford and I know Sherman Hemsley came a little bit later. Did you ever think in your in the back of your mind? Here is another show or did it come to kind of later? If you did good times. Bush league characters Wherever I mean, you couldn't you couldn't hire a good actor without wondering if that good actors shouldn't move up. And, ah, that motivated this. Much of the thinking. Is anything else would never find us see this glorious performer in his or her own shop? Sure. And then there was one day to time and and read that they're you know when Maude you know when, when the abortion issue came up on Maude, this was a episode originally written for Bonnie Franklin. On one day at a time. What decided to go a different route in a whole different show with this with this subject matter. Well, it was written originally on. Not that it was the same script that you know that was finally done because Joan Harris, who later created Golden, Gross wrote, It's responsible for the abortion episodes on all in the family. The one. I can't remember who it was the team that wrote it for Bonnie Franklin. But we were. I don't remember exactly why we have made it. But we've certainly intended to make it when somebody came in with a newspaper article about a woman in her seventies that was raped. And as we talked about, Dad, we saw it. You know, rape is usually considered what? What they look for. First is what What was the girl doing to entice the guy horrible, which they're sure to her spiritually short of So this kind of thinking, uh, and speculation And certainty that older woman I ever seen this story are rape to cause us to say, Let's do it with Jean and not with a young woman. Gotcha! Gotcha. Well, I will tell you, you know, one day the time. Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman Fernwood Tonight, Sanford and son. So many others. Silver spoons, fax the life different sorts That just came from you Square Peg. Well, you know, giant collaborating. Absolutely. But still out of out of all the other shows outside of all in the family. What show? Would you say? You're most proud of outside of all in the family? Well, I would say more good times. Ah, Okay. All right, All right. All right. Fair enough at one spectacular thing about it. And that was that it's It's set up something at the beginning. And, uh, you know, it was on five nights a week, so there were several 100 episodes. And it concluded on the same thing, which began it wished to explore the impact of the media on a simple housewife. And the media drove her crazy and her on the data stuff Kind show. Uh, as result of the inquiry of three, the hard hitting media bullshit. I can't say that. Can I, uh, whatever you like, Uh, they drove her crazy and that's one of the best acting jobs have ever seen. Very cool. Very cool. Now I have also, I also know you've stayed very active over the decades to speak up for the bill of rights, obviously producing these shows. I would think you would. You would have to be in specifically the First Amendment. You know the people for the American way. In the late eighties, you began the Environmental Media Association to make sure that the entertainment industry was, you know, environmentally responsible, which is very early on when you think about the early Excuse me the late eighties. Declare yourself to get people out to vote on countless others. And here's a little known fact that I think people might not know in 2001. You and your wife purchased one of the first published copies. Of the United States. Declaration of Independance. How cool was that? Patronymic. Okay, this was one of 26, known to exist in the world was the only one in private hands. And, uh uh, it was this group were printed the night of July 4th 17, unlike the one that was signed that was signed over months. Uh and, uh, and there's only one copy. But this was printed to be sent by horseback around the 13 colonies. And there are 20 something left. And so I looked at it as our country's birth certificate. The night of And we had the best time in the history of good signs. Uh, sending it around the country with the cooperation of major Watchers in the U. S Postal Service. It was fabulous. Well, that's what I love about. It is not only did you purchase it, though, but you, you you took it on the road. You let people see it. You shared it with a country that's pretty. Didn't I hear you? I hear you. I'll tell you what nominated for an Academy Award induct into the television. Hell of fame in 8 1984 4 Emmy Awards The Humanist Award Ah Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the National Medal of Arts. And so much more absolutely.

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Up this morning because to me, it's always a funny story to tell. Some people don't like Hearing it, but We've actually been there to see the deal about turning on the lights off area on the big buildings in Dallas to keep the migrating birds from crashing into him. Now, I did not think this morning. It's a new deal for billing. Birds lives matter. But let me light it up with the second story from that trip of our sailing. Oh, no. Okay, Here's the next disclaimer right now what he's going to say, but it always makes non look like some hick from Gary Brown. Okay, you played buzz on Mama's family. It was a friend of ours. Now, even though it's an NBC show, it was produced by Joe Hamilton, then Carol Burnett's husband, So it was filmed at CBS Studio City. So we went over to watch. Everybody were hers. Vicky and Ken Berry and Harvey Korman was directing that would think they would want to meet us once they knew who knew who knew that route. McClanahan Look at us and said, You guys going to be working here in a week and done says, You know, there's an opening of McDonald's right. Well, I had a lot of faith before George Michael so it comes to taping day and were given entrance. The through the artist entrance had CBS Studio City. How impressive is that? I get chill bumps still today, Okay, so we're walking because we're not gonna go in with the audience and sit out with the audience. We couldn't watch the whole show fight with a backstage pass. We're big time. That is correct. And there was this African American Security guard. Nice guy, and when you walk in the artist's entrance, it's an impressive hallway like Get smart, Kind of like it is beautiful or Miles Laurence Granite and on either side of the hall. No way are these drop dead? Beautifully done. I want to say 3 ft. High by 2.5 ft across or bigger, like big movie posters of their most famous stars on either side of this artist's entrance. There's Lucille Ball there shames our nest with Ian. There's people listening who have no idea who he is. I'm well aware that I explained Chuck Connors to Gina, Gina Collins over two words considered stuck on Earth. But that means it's a walking down the hallway. And there's all these Gilligan's Island on one side, just all these incredible shows and photos and we come upon a photo that looks completely and totally out unbalanced. Not that we're photographers, but it just doesn't look right. It doesn't right. It's it's a pitcher for one day at a time. Bonnie Franklin. There's Valerie Burton Alley. There's this huge empty space and patch Snyder on the far right of the photo, and it's so out of balance with every other photo. In the artist's entrance. We really stopped and looked at that We were just staring at it, and the security guard looked at it, she said. Yeah, that empty space. That's where Mackenzie Philip used to be easy, But that's how Hollywood works when they get mad at you. They just airbrush out of the picture, and you're gone. Verena dried. How did we screw that deal ups? We should have. We should still be there. One of us should only be alive, but probably in any case. I just want to bring that up that in fact, we were in a similar situation where we're traveling in a car and I'm not making this up one or two miles an hour. And with your foot on the brakes, right how fast that goes ever. That's what wass the whole distance and Wilshire Boulevard until you got to Beverly Hills. But It was our mistake. I was. So how was it? Our mistake of you? We shouldn't. We shouldn't ever driving. How was it out? There was a parade that we should, but I've thought about it all week. Because that was exception. You couldn't take a side street could make a U turn. They waved you into it. And there was a police officer at every intersection controlling the traffic. Always a different didn't feel threatened. Well, you didn't know I was afraid of getting outed. Oh, first thing. You couldn't be outed because we're there by mistake. Don, it wasn't look doesn't heading under the picture would not say to guys by mistake on whatever street it was in the largest gay parade in California history wouldn't have said that under the picture. It was said, and today in California, and then they would zoom in on the passenger side window. And my dad Joseph Knight told you, Pat, I told you For those of you who don't know don very well. It never would have happened because he had his head down with his hand over his face. I wouldn't have zoom lenses. I was the one waving at the crowd. Don banks. Thanks for helping us out with that and next, But the point is the one thing we didn't do. Was. We're in it Fine were there we were in that pretty also didn't get the contract right on that show is you'd ask about Eskimo. Dr. Robert is tell that story And actually, I don't know. Because has nothing do with the auto industry. I'm just saying, Throw the car. We just didn't write in. What kind it wass. I'm just saying. We have been in L. A In a similar circumstance. And you just go with it and get out of it. That's what we did. And then normally old Addis for about 30 minutes, But we still got breakfast. Yeah, but he still yelled at us for 30 minutes and we didn't listen to him. Thanks, Doc. Is that it? Am I dismissed? Yeah, I think you convert anybody listen to you Do the opening of the show now knows a story about you. Don't got no. Who I told you to hit the button. Why is he still talking? What's wrong with you? Coming up? Next?.

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Watched one day at a time every year even a reruns no I've never seen an episode and you didn't realize it was nine years running long time had a good run do you know that was where Eddie Van Halen fell in love with Valerie Bertinelli I did not Eddie Van Halen watch Valerie Bertinelli like on one day at a time that was obsessed with her I guess like you know thought she was just Barbara Cooper her character she was the she was one of the first as far as a young man I was in love with Barbara Cooper her character love to love Barbara she was absolutely adorable so cute and but the first dog that we ever had because I never had a dog growing up until I was an eighth grader and we named the dog Schneider after Pat Harington's character who is a great character by the way M. S. Romano he would call love he was call Bonnie Franklin's character M. S. Romano because she was one a divorce say one of the first divorce say characters on on mainstream TV by the way at the time you know tonight at six eastern time free Pacific the E. sports GT series continues shifter Sunday into gear as a lead erases put their virtual driving skills to the test on CBS sports network I'm a buddy bill checks any says how about aunt Becky full house to the big house full house to the big house now I think I think that they should steal bill's idea that should be the that should be a documentary twenty twenty special well it's two months two months she has to spend two months in the big house now will somebody do that be there doing Popeye impersonations I can't get get get get get get get get get Dave Coulier whatever happened to my freedom now I gotta go global community showers this is terrible that's.

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Never watched one day at a time every year even reruns no there's an episode and you didn't realize it was nine years running long time had a good run you know that was where Eddie Van Halen fell in love with Valerie Bertinelli I did not Eddie Van Halen watch Valerie Bertinelli like on one day at a time that was obsessed with her I guess like you know thought she was just Barbara Cooper her character she was the she was one of the first as far as a young man I was in love with Barbara Cooper her character laughter love Barbara she was absolutely adorable so cute and but the first dog that we ever had because I never had a dog growing up until I was an eighth grader and we name the dog Schneider after Pat Harington's character who is a great character by the way M. S. Romano he would call love he was call Bonnie Franklin's character M. S. Romano because she was one a divorce say one of the first divorce say characters on on mainstream TV by the way at the time you know tonight at six eastern time free Pacific the E. sports GT series continues shift your Sunday into gear as a leading erases put their virtual driving skills to the test on CBS sports network and my buddy bill checks in he says how bout at Becky full house to the big house full house to the big house now I have the I think that they should steal bill's idea that should be the that should be a documentary twenty twenty special well it's two months two months she has to spend two months in the big house now will somebody do that be there doing Popeye impersonations I get get get get get get get get get get Dave Coulier whatever happened to my freedom now I gotta go go to a community showers this is terrible that's terrible that's.

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"One seventy two hundred talking about television moms and now coming up we'll give away that we'll talk Roger Basser the sudden Faulkner I feel like we're off our game for me right now we're a little off okay on the second thank you for that I feel like it's just not working here our favorite TV moms who is yours uttering mother's day this weekend what do you have Edith bunker I don't think so really favorite TV mom okay I'll go with that it is Donna reed and Margaret from father knows best I used to watch the reruns on WGN TV back in the day I did Dan favorite TV mom from one day at a time all my gosh yes you guys keep missing there oh my gosh one day at a time Dan I can see your face your body thought made it Franklin Bonnie Franklin I loved her me and her daughters yes that's a great show Bonnie Franklin thank you and don't forget Snyder Snyder right Bonnie Franklin love it thank you buddy Hey you can every day all right was Schneider doing F. Schneider yes things Snyder yes it was Schneider with yeah he's a great doctor definitely sort of the way it was it a handy man slash wacky neighbor right favorite TV mom what did anyone say Claire Huxtable from The Cosby Show I know all the Congress of Spencer of we just got it all done and there's a character we just got a call somebody called in with that but she did want to go on the air yeah solely for Chad Fleischer shot did that and she was not you know she had a human side to it wasn't just all have some cookies it you know it's it's always hard for people to separate Bill Cosby from the odds ratio yeah it's like Michael Jackson from Michael Jackson's music can you separate the tuna it would be helpful if his name wasn't right there but but she was an incredible TV mom that's got to be a great character at least yeah an extremist Mrs cleaver was pretty great because that they had a playful relationship the husband and wife it wasn't all just this two dimensional kind of cheesy stuff you know I liked watching that too right so she was she was interesting I worked I worked at the whole foods down the street from here for a few years and people we'd get some celebrity sightings in there for various reasons but a lot of it was because they shoot empire in the city so PL guest starring on empire would stay at hotels nearby and come in fully sure shot was probably the biggest celeb sighting I had what she's done this what did she do before the Cosby shown what has she done since she was a great actress on the because the last time I saw her was in creed yes she was the mother she was creed mom she's great and I'm very good in that yes she was yeah in the movie I don't remember that read one agreed to I only saw clean one graph okay I I I only saw creed one I don't remember in that and I think she was in Chicago for a play a long running play am I forget which theater okay and so she's a theatrical actors and she's she's married to Mohammed Rashad right now all of their divorce or the divorce yeah all they divorced a long time ago that was like a mods third marriage he's on number five now I yes I didn't follow pianos he knows about celeb weddings who was there that I know they stop fishy aided nana when I first started dating my wife she thought the national Enquirer was the newspaper that's the thing so I got all the scoop but Ahmad Rashad has been married five times and she was number three you can look that one up to I had that I did not I knew what some of her work involved is not known for marital life TV moms will take your calls throughout the show we're done at three o'clock today three one two nine eight.

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is earn trust and build a relationship go online to call Elmers dot com are you ready to switch mobile providers spectrum mobile is a better way to mobile delivering the fastest overall speed and the most reliable mobile service coast to coast and now we're bringing five G. with faster speeds for an even better mobile experience and of course we have the latest five G. phone speed reliability value spectrum mobile a better way to mobile now with five G. visit spectrum dot com slash mobile for details and to find a store near you there's one thing you want to know about traffic increase it by yourself and traffic always wins helped tilt the odds in your favor with live traffic updates every ten minutes mornings and frequent updates all afternoon on news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd the head of the airline traffic and weather together right now if you'd like to reach William and sandy that's what why was mark cases white smoke rising from about the Sistine Chapel Vatican there's a new leader isn't there is a six and kills you that she actually loves on TV you can't stand the fact that you're never gonna have her the young and the restless celebrates its fortieth anniversary Bonnie Franklin from TV's one day at a time dies at the age of sixty nine the woman master and on the radio this is a top ten what year was it in two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen three choices two thousand eleven two thousand twelve or two thousand thirteen two thousand twelve William two thousand eleven or two thousand thirteen sandy sandy sandy do not go anywhere you've got two thousand thirteen Francis the young and the restless turns forty Franklin gone two thousand thirteen congratulations sandy you got that particular C. motley Crue Def Leppard June twenty first at the Alamodome flashback brought to you by brown Chevrolet Jerry what's happened Texas still has its first corona virus death is San Antonio's case count climbs to four aside from the run on toilet paper and hand sanitizer guns and ammo or seeing a dramatic spike in sales retailers like H..

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"About hanging on the wall about extent holes in the ceiling. This is about a system that is not designed to make easy wounded but they pressure had been mounting for some accountability for the deplorable conditions and administrative roadblocks. Many the outpatients faced at Walter Reed passing away on this date in history actor. Jackie Coogan Joe besser curly Joe with the very funny man as well just delightful fellow a politician author Harry Brown journalist publisher Andrew Breitbart Singer and producer jewel. Aitken's let me tell you about the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees and from one day at a time the mom Bonnie Franklin now born on this date in history composer Frederic Chopin bandleader Glenn Miller such horrible loss during wartime actor. David Niven Cardinal Terence Cardinal Cooke Prime Minister of Israel Yitzhak Rabin actor Robert Conrad who passed away earlier this year at the age of eighty three from the wild wild west and actor songwriter. Alan Thicke I did not know that Robert Clary from Hogan's heroes was a Holocaust survivor. He turns ninety four years old today. He played lebow. The Frenchman on the series. Harry Belafonte Turns Ninety three. The WHO's Roger Daltry? Seventy sixty eight teams DIRK BENEDICT IS SEVENTY. Five from diamonds are forever. Lana Wood seventy four daisy duke from the dukes of Hazzard Catherine box sixty six opie Ritchie Cunningham. But real name Ron Howard..

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"bonnie franklin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie franklin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Respect for the Lakers organization which is reeling from the death of Kobe Bryant and lebron was seen sobbing when he got off the Lakers team planet Allie X. on Sunday following a game yeah I'm sorry it's Donna demeanor of jealous heart that was hard to watch I didn't but that's it's classy move by the Lakers yeah there's there's gonna be a great time to have a wonderful tribute but can you imagine those those guys trying to play it and no no no what time you know yes it's just the wind you re schedule those things because they play so much but one of the Timberwolves or I guess what I don't know who the player was said last night that this would make Colby mad this would make of Kobe yeah because he was a champion and he was a warrior and the game must go on and he would want the whole league to get out on the court and play your heart okay and that would be a fine tribute to him yeah that is this true okay one day at a time we were upset that it got cancelled will back I'm actually is now on pop TV and it looks like ray Romano is gonna join for the first episode well that's really cool I love remember mono he's great and it's debuting March twenty fourth so you can still see one day at a time it's a great show you know it speaks it's it's Norman Lear it's a remake of his original show with Bonnie Franklin the eighties put updated it's about a Cuban American family I meet Rita marranos and I need to I need to say anything else reason enough to watch in the he's playing Schneider Jason no no there's another guy the voice there but the temple they tackle topics a lot of sitcoms don't tackle and I think it's a brave and it's it's good it's good Brian may from queen the guitarist yes a lot of artistic talents he now is self on his website you can find Brian may guitars sports bras it's one of the products on as well yeah it's like all of his guitars in dark colors printed on sports bras this is one of those things that you like really this is part of your merch it's kind of weird right tax we'll buy it I get a so we're done something wrong it's right jock straps yes or many other hammocks a look into that she got really excited about that okay that's a leap to stir at the top of every hour and it's a twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one down my side but I can't really trust are you my room so god awful so good I'd go crazy was back everybody she's she's Stephanie Hanson without even trying to be Stephanie but no one ever I.

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