A scene from the British TV show Outnumbered.
Ever wonder some of these things?
What’s questions do you have/wonder about that you’re afraid to ask in public?
Cole will play the role of Dan Stark’s (Whitford) former partner.
I’ve really been enjoying this series — if for nothing else than trying to pick out the locations of a lot of the scenes in the movie — which primarily take place near mine and Laurie’s offices — just outside downtown Dallas.
It’s also been fun to see how they re-purpose buildings and locations at Fair Park throughout the series.
Plus Bradley Whitford and Collin Hanks are a lot of fun together.
Here’s to another fun episode with Cole — and hoping the chief doesn’t turn him into a paper-pusher filling out TPS reports all day.
So, as previously mentioned, a post I wrote back in Jan. 2008 about WFAA morning anchor Justin Farmer leaving continues to get a lot of visits and comments.
But I’ve come to realize something over and over again now.
One guy in particular is apparently not happy at all with new morning anchor Cynthia Izaguirre and he’s sharing his 3 thoughts all over Dallas blogs.
As of the last count, he’s posted 8 or 9 comments on my blog. He’s copied three of the comments on two separate posts. I did a quick Google search for one phrase he’s used — and as it turns out, it’s not just my blog he’s copying and pasting to.
I wonder if he had his heart broken, or is just two busy to write original comments for all the different blogs.
Hmmm. Oh well. Makes those “Obama hates everyone” e-mails seem that much less surprising.
Uncle Barky’s original post
SSL :: Justin Farmer’s out Brad Hawkins in
SSL :: Justin Farmer to leave WFAA
Uncle Barky :: Local Nielson ratings snapshot
WFAA :: Daybreak
WFAA :: Brad Hawkins
WFAA :: Cynthia Izaguirre
Just got an update on when some of the new DCCCD commercials will run…
Television Schedule — This year’s campaign kicks off with new English and Spanish television commercials starting July 14 and running through August 17 on channels 4, 5, 8, 11, 21, 27, 33 and Time Warner Cable. Our target market for television is the 18-to-49 age group, so our commercials will run during a broad range of programming, from early morning and 10 p.m. news and sports (targeted to older adults) to the Comedy Channel and sitcoms targeted to 18-to-34 year olds. Our Spanish language commercials will appear in news, entertainment and sports programming on channels 23, 26, 29 and 39.
New this year — We have purchased a 2008 Olympics package on local NBC affiliate KXAS-TV, Channel 5. We will have a commercial running during the opening ceremonies on Friday night, August 8, and then six spots on the two weekends of the games — three per weekend.
I’m in one of the spots twice – see if you can find me.