Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Will the Friends reunite?

I honestly don't know. TV Guide reports that Matt LeBlanc may be the only one holding out so far.
"I'll be there for you...." "And so will I." "Me, too." "Count me in." "I'm game." "Eh, I dunno about this." That's pretty much the scenario that's being reported by Newsday regarding a Friends reunion. Five of the sextet were into the idea — and Kathleen Turner even claimed to have been approached about reprising the role of Chandler's father — but, Lisa Kudrow is being quoted as saying, "One member has said no. It's one of the guys. I'm gutted." C'mon, after Joey, would anybody really miss Matt LeBlanc if the show went on without him? I hear Ugly Naked Guy is available to fill in.
What about Arrested Development? Series creator Mitch Hurwitz plans to kill the series citing creative burnout.

Jim Les will be on the Fox Sports Network today. I just turned it on around 3:22 so I don't know if I missed it or not.
The Bradley men’s basketball team saw its season come to an end in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 last week, but fourth-year Braves head coach Jim Les is still working toward the Final Four.

Les joined Illinois head coach Bruce Weber, California head coach Ben Braun and Alabama head coach Mark Gottfried to tape the Dell presents March Madness Coaches Show Monday evening in Chicago. The show, which was hosted by Tim Brando and Marques Johnson, will air today at 3 p.m. in all markets on the Fox Sports Network, including the network’s affiliate broadcast on cable systems in the Peoria area, FSN Midwest.
Bruce Weber and Ben Braun were just on the show.

They are getting ready in Monument Circle.

Reagan Defense secretary Casper Weinberger has died.
Caspar Weinberger, the Reagan-era defense secretary whose intervention in Jonathan Pollard’s case led to a life sentence for Pollard, died at 88.

Weinberger died in Maine, his family said. Pollard, a U.S. Navy analyst who pleaded guilty to spying for Israel, reached a deal with the prosecution that would have spared him a life sentence. However, Weinberger intervened with a confidential 46-page memo to the judge, who threw out the deal and sentenced Pollard to life in 1987. Pollard is still in jail.

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