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April 22, 1993 | JOE RHODES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Here comes Jeremiah Bosgang, walking down the center aisle--the only aisle actually--of the 82-seat Powerhouse Theater in Santa Monica, making his way through the audience, toward the wash of lights and the lacquered wicker stool that is waiting for him, alone, on center stage. Most of the people here know him, or at least they thought they did. This time last year, Bosgang was a rising young network television executive, fast-tracking through the ranks, his future as solid as a teakwood desk.
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April 22, 1993 | JOE RHODES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Here comes Jeremiah Bosgang, walking down the center aisle--the only aisle actually--of the 82-seat Powerhouse Theater in Santa Monica, making his way through the audience, toward the wash of lights and the lacquered wicker stool that is waiting for him, alone, on center stage. Most of the people here know him, or at least they thought they did. This time last year, Bosgang was a rising young network television executive, fast-tracking through the ranks, his future as solid as a teakwood desk.
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April 10, 1999 | PAUL BROWNFIELD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Back in the Elizabethan days, there were three things that people could do for an evening's entertainment after dinner," playwright Edward Albee noted recently during an interview on National Public Radio. "They could go to executions, which were sold out pretty quickly. They could go to bear baiting, which then sold out. And if they couldn't get into executions or bear baiting, then they'd go see 'King Lear.'
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November 9, 2001 | LARRY STEWART
Sometimes you wonder what those on-the-edge people at Fox are thinking. Coming up with a name such as "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" may not only offend some people, it also may have not been very bright. It certainly makes it easy for a critic to say this is "the worst damn sports show period." Then again, maybe that's the idea. The Fox people are well aware that viewers may either love the show or hate it.
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