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A Newsroom A Day: TGIF Again

Let’s make it an all-around TGIF day, starting with Carl Winslow and Family Matters and now moving onto the Tanners and Full House, who we like to think of as the original Modern Family.  But this time, the milkman and the paperboy are getting the Newsroom A Day treatment (how’s that for predictability?).

And this seems like as good of a time as any to include this:

 

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A Newsroom A Day: Hey (and Goodbye) Sandy

We think it’s fair to say that Hurricane Sandy was deranged (happily deranged? that’s debatable), and while we regret the target that she chose – one so close to home – we’re happy that the worst is over and we’re now into the recovery and rebuilding process. It’s not entirely fair to blame the theme song to The Adventures of Pete & Pete for all this death and destruction and general disturbance  but Polaris always seemed kind of bizarre, and “Hey Sandy” always seemed kinda mysterious, something about it that we couldn’t trust. With that in mind, we have today’s A Newsroom A Day, and with it, hopefully, we say “Later, Sandy.”

Don’t you talk back.

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A Newsroom A Day: Rain and Thunder, Wind and Haze Edition

But we’re bound for better days.

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The (mc)A(voy)-Team

We’re doing a bit of a Stephen J. Cannell tribute with this week’s A Newsroom A Day. We like to think he would be proud.

If Will McAvoy is Hannibal Smith, then does that make Charlie Skinner B.A. Baracus?

 

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