Agree – there WERE exceptions (if I remember correctly, Maynard G. Krebs used to break the wall on occasion), thus the “pretty” qualifier on sacrosanct. But for the most part, that was a no-go to the point where it was STILL seen as groundbreaking when Moonlighting came down the pike. Also, Nancy Kulp was always an excellent guest on Match Game.
Also, Alan Young was a legit legend. Just saying.
Poor research by BB here. The opening line is “Hello … I’m Mr. Ed”. There was no “everybody” and that’s no a surprise. … the fourth wall was pretty sacrosanct back then. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkksL5KYC_c
Too bad Doonesbury isn’t running the “Dr. K. lectures at Walden” storyline at this point.
I still have my first hard drive. 10Mb Winchester “hard card”. 799 bucks on sale, and my housemates mocked me for spending the extra 250 bucks on the 10Mb instead of the 5. “You’ll never even fill 5 megabytes, dummy, you just wasted 250 bucks.”
Is this some sort of allegory for the Trump White House and how they negotiated with the Russians?
Am I the only one who is continually bothered by the fact that Opal knits without appearing to ever have any actual yarn to draw from?
“Pays 3 ways – Up to 10!” And dont forget the self-addressed stamped envelope :)
That sounds pretty much exactly like the descriptions of the Trump University seminars in the court depositions. Huh.
What ever happened to Tom Vu, anyway?