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Monday, September 19, 2005


Mild discomfort and the end of "live" sitcoms

When Phil Rosenthal, executive producer of Everybody Loves Raymond, joked while accepting the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series that the end of his show meant the end of the sitcom, laughter, and smiling, the Emmy producers cut to an uncomfortable Eric McCormack, star of NBC's spiraling Will & Grace.

Is the Will & Grace strategy to lock up the Guest Actor and Guest Actress Comedy Emmys? Is that all NBC can hope for? They'd better hope My Name is Earl finds an audience.


Posted by GiromiDe @ 11:13 AM
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