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He walked straight over to me, pulled off his jacket, threw it over me and said, ‘Cover up! ’ From that instant, he became my TV 'dad.' That man made me laugh harder than anyone ever.
My other favorite thing he would do was come up behind you with a potato chip on his shoulder and say, 'Do I have a chip on my shoulder?
Last week "8 Simple Rules" showed what it can do at its best.
Though producers attempted to replace him with a younger star, the show died only a season later.Williams, who is due to take over as anchor of the " NBC Nightly News " in November 2004, will relinquish his role at the helm of the low-rated cable news show, NBC announced yesterday.CNBC will keep a nightly newscast with an anchor to be named later.I have the distinct feeling you don't care in either of these cases, but The WB's cut "Tarzan's" vines. Back on the subject of "8 Simple Rules" and its challenges, CBS is airing "The Andy Griffith Reunion: Back to Mayberry" tonight at 8 and, yes, it is as warm as Aunt Bee's pie.
On the other hand, "Jake 2.0" has been picked up for a full season. Griffith hosts alongside Don Knotts , Ron Howard and Jim Nabors . CNBC's "The News With Brian Williams" is losing Brian Williams in January.Their final moments with their dad were typical gaffes and random moments -- Cate (Katey Sagal) laughing at her husband's lost socks, Rory (Martin Spanjers) tripping over Paul's shoes left on the stair, Bridget (Kaley Cuoco) and Kerry (Amy Davidson) lamenting their meaningless insults as he left -- all imbued with terrible importance after his death. The laugh track is supposed to return, although to maintain the series' feeling, the formula's going to need some tinkering.