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June 21, 2005

Janeane Garofalo poker sitcom not picked up

In sad but essentially meaningless news, Janeane Garofalo's sitcom about professional poker player Annie Duke was not picked up, the North Jersey Media Group eventually reports. This previous post says that it had been picked up, but that statement might have been inserted by a Rovian disruptor.

In other completely non-essential news, the AP's "Six News Junkies Offer Ideas to CBS" reports on the vapid thoughts of 5 liberals and one liberaltarian, including Janeane who says:

"The most interesting and compelling thing [CBS News] could do is tell the truth. If they really spoke truth to power, and were actually watchdogs of government and industry, it would be fascinating. You say it wouldn't get ratings? How would we know?"

Let's repeat that last bit just to prolong the laughter:

"You say it wouldn't get ratings? How would we know?"

Posted in Janeane at June 21, 2005 12:24 PM


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