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sueb1863:

Original Mork & Mindy write-up from the Fall Preview issue of TV Guide, September 9, 1978. Apparently the show was orginally slated to air on Monday nights before being moved to Thursdays. I find it odd that they say Mork is scouting Earth for possible immigration by other ‘Orkians’ since there’s nothing to suggest that on the show! Maybe it was an early concept that got scrapped?

sueb1863:

Original Mork & Mindy write-up from the Fall Preview issue of TV Guide, September 9, 1978. Apparently the show was orginally slated to air on Monday nights before being moved to Thursdays. I find it odd that they say Mork is scouting Earth for possible immigration by other ‘Orkians’ since there’s nothing to suggest that on the show! Maybe it was an early concept that got scrapped?

putyouinabettermood:

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putyouinabettermood:

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mattfractionblog:

sixpenceee:

Navajo man dressed up as nayenezgani spirit. The nayenezgani spirit is a “slayer of alien gods.” The Navajo believe that this spirit casts out the evil spirits of the world. (More Information)

THE SLAYER OF ALIEN GODS

mattfractionblog:

sixpenceee:

Navajo man dressed up as nayenezgani spirit. The nayenezgani spirit is a “slayer of alien gods.” The Navajo believe that this spirit casts out the evil spirits of the world. (More Information)

THE SLAYER OF ALIEN GODS

nprfreshair:

David Bianculli reviews a new series on Amazon, Transparent, starring Jeffrey Tambor (Arrested Development).  Tambor plays Mort Pfefferman, the patriarch of a fractured family, who, at 70, decides to transition to be a woman—Maura.  

"Tambor plays this character completely straight — so to speak — without any hint of cheap humor. And it’s Tambor’s commitment to the role that makes Transparent work so well, and so quickly. When Maura, dressed in a wig and a loose-fitting blouse, explains to her support group where she is in her journey to a new sexual identity, there’s no condescension whatsoever. Not from the group — and certainly not from the way Tambor plays her.”

nprfreshair:

David Bianculli reviews a new series on Amazon, Transparent, starring Jeffrey Tambor (Arrested Development).  Tambor plays Mort Pfefferman, the patriarch of a fractured family, who, at 70, decides to transition to be a woman—Maura.  

"Tambor plays this character completely straight — so to speak — without any hint of cheap humor. And it’s Tambor’s commitment to the role that makes Transparent work so well, and so quickly. When Maura, dressed in a wig and a loose-fitting blouse, explains to her support group where she is in her journey to a new sexual identity, there’s no condescension whatsoever. Not from the group — and certainly not from the way Tambor plays her.”

retrogasm:

Fred Flintstone appears on the cover of the June 13-19, 1964 issue of TV Guide to advertise articles about children’s programming, including an interview with Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera.

retrogasm:

Fred Flintstone appears on the cover of the June 13-19, 1964 issue of TV Guide to advertise articles about children’s programming, including an interview with Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera.

theorlandojones:

The Family Plot #Jirving #MrAndMrsBAMF #SleepyHollow
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theorlandojones:

The Family Plot #Jirving #MrAndMrsBAMF #SleepyHollow

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