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It’s The ThatOne ON TV Show!

In Children's Literacy, K-12 Education, Six Traits: Word Choice, Television on March 7, 2011 at 11:00 AM

I think I would make a furr-wriffic bark show host. I would ask the questions People would really ask celebrities without so much of that annoying stammering and repeating and rapid-fire over-talking that I just can’t stand *Ann Curry!*

TV interviewers should maybe work on expanding their vocabularies more. Increased attention to Word Choice would definitely put an end to those awkward, hard-to-watch, noisy on-air word searches.  Maybe, too, there would even be more substantive questions and less preoccupation with waist lines and baby bumps! Or Charlie Sheen.

Fur example, I would ask Oprah questions about OWN.

TO:  Oprah, you said in a TV interview you found most programs on TV “banal.” What really is so radically ground breaking and intellectually challenging about Say ‘Yes’ To The Dress?

Are there any immediate or future plans fur nature programming or shows about the care and feeding of animals like vintage Emergency Vets (before they got too big fur their budget)?

TO: Oprah, perhaps your network producers could consider bringing back the family drama featuring People and their animals like Flipper, Lassie and Rin Tin Tin?

Or Sea Hunt. Now, that was a great show. Educational, suspenseful,  yet quiet and thought provoking.

Not even Oprah could resist the hard questions when they’re asked by a super cuddly wrinkly puss– namely ThatOne | EBD! BOL!

This has been ThatOne ON TV!

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*She wrote and then submitted the proposal for Shel And Boni’s Bookmobile, 1990

“And there came to be evening and there came to be morning…”

That’s life today!

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