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March 1, 2001 | STEVEN LINAN
The actress plays assistant Donna Moss on "The West Wing" Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on NBC. Just Friends: On Saturday, I might meet a few of my friends for breakfast. Right now, we're into Hugo's on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood because they have all these different teas and juices. I'm obsessed with their breakfast salad. It's got greens and egg whites and rice, and it's kind of hot and has this slightly Asian feel. It's really good. The Seventh Day: Sunday is my favorite day.
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March 3, 2001
My wife and I share Mary McNamara's enthusiasm for "The West Wing" ("Toward a More Perfect President," Feb. 27). We particularly appreciated her suggestion that Richard Schiff (who portrays Toby Ziegler) speak up. We can't understand him much of the time either, but we thought it was because we are seniors and don't hear as well as we used to. We also have trouble understanding Rob Lowe and Janel Moloney and sometimes Brad Whitford, mostly because they, like Schiff, insist on speaking so rapidly and permit no pauses in the dialogue.
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March 3, 2001
My wife and I share Mary McNamara's enthusiasm for "The West Wing" ("Toward a More Perfect President," Feb. 27). We particularly appreciated her suggestion that Richard Schiff (who portrays Toby Ziegler) speak up. We can't understand him much of the time either, but we thought it was because we are seniors and don't hear as well as we used to. We also have trouble understanding Rob Lowe and Janel Moloney and sometimes Brad Whitford, mostly because they, like Schiff, insist on speaking so rapidly and permit no pauses in the dialogue.
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March 1, 2001 | STEVEN LINAN
The actress plays assistant Donna Moss on "The West Wing" Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on NBC. Just Friends: On Saturday, I might meet a few of my friends for breakfast. Right now, we're into Hugo's on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood because they have all these different teas and juices. I'm obsessed with their breakfast salad. It's got greens and egg whites and rice, and it's kind of hot and has this slightly Asian feel. It's really good. The Seventh Day: Sunday is my favorite day.
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October 2, 1998 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"The Souler Opposite"--a play on "polar opposite"--fits neatly into the romantic comedy genre yet also transcends it with uncommon wit and sensitivity. The result is a spiky, engaging love story that aims considerably higher than the usual lowest common denominator of so many mainstream movies. In his feature debut, writer-director Bill Kalmenson signals us early on that we may be in for something special.
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September 20, 2004 | Mimi Avins, Times Staff Writer
Common decency imposes limits on criticizing who wore what to the Emmy Awards, even if some stars seem to show up without having encountered a full-length mirror. Dissing the old and/or out of shape would be taking a cheap shot, and the young and/or beautiful seldom look terrible enough to make you want to hurl your plate of nachos at the TV. The wonder, of course, is that any woman with a posse of professional primpers can fail to look fabulous.
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September 27, 2002 | MICHAEL QUINTANILLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They sweated in them for almost two hours, but the actors wearing the designer gowns and tuxedos on the sweltering red carpet at Sunday's Emmy Awards have had their duds dry-cleaned. And now Jane Kaczmarek's black lace creation by Heidi Kaczenski, Wendie Malick's champagne-colored cocktail dress by Estevan Ramos and Allison Janney's red number by Erik Gaskins are on the block at www.Ubid .com to raise funds for UNICEF, Cure Autism Now, the Union of Concerned Scientists and Heifer International.
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January 31, 2008 | Mary McNamara, Times Staff Writer
It was Christmas in January at ye olde Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Not only did we get the first new episode of "House" in weeks, we got one set in December, a time warp courtesy of the writers strike. Fox wisely squirreled away three new eps in the hopes of a weeklong ratings blowout, peaking this Sunday when a very special episode of "House" will follow the Super Bowl.
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October 1, 2000 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In true Hollywood form, several older series will be getting face lifts this fall with an infusion of new characters, big-name guest stars and plot twists. Former bad boys Charlie Sheen and Robert Downey Jr. are joining comedies, while Oscar-winning Sally Field will check into "ER." Though the presidential debates could shift some planned premieres, below is a look at what's in store for your favorite series.
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February 19, 2003 | Brian Lowry
Rob Lowe's "The West Wing" character became so scarce this season the actor finally distributed a milk carton with his picture on it, instructing anyone who sees Sam Seaborn to contact his manager. Next week, Seaborn leaves Washington for good, with a plot line that apparently makes the White House aide an even more rarely sighted species: an office-holding Orange County Democrat.
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October 10, 1999 | PATRICK GOLDSTEIN, Patrick Goldstein is a Times staff writer
It is 1:30 a.m. and Aaron Sorkin is slouched in a director's chair, commiserating with Rob Lowe between scenes on the set of "The West Wing." The new NBC drama, which co-stars Lowe as a harried White House speech writer, is one of two shows, along with ABC's "Sports Night," created by Sorkin in his young career as TV's new golden boy. Right now the golden boy is beleaguered and exhausted. Up at dawn, Sorkin has been going at a David E. Kelley-style pace, writing every episode of both shows.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 16, 2001 | SHAUNA SNOW
TELEVISION Bowled Over by Theme Songs The TV academy will pay tribute to the music of television with an Aug. 26 program at the Hollywood Bowl called "Don't Touch That Remote--A Celebration of Television Music." Actress Mary Tyler Moore will co-host the event with conductor John Mauceri, who will lead his Hollywood Bowl Orchestra in performances that will be accompanied by footage of the programs on which the music appeared.
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