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Out On A Limb: The Sons & Daughters Blog

.: Sticking with the teevee theme, I was on the ABC site and noticed that my favorite new sitcom, the brilliant Sons & Daughters, has a blog, Out on a Limb, written by the co-creator and star of the show, Fred Goss. Goss provides some background to the show, including information on his co-stars, the relationship and support of ABC, and what’s forthcoming; comments are encouraged, which gives us the opportunity to give direct feedback to Goss, which is, well, totally cool.

.: Check this: NBC has produced a set of spoofs of its “The More You Know” campaign, featuring cast members from The Office doing the PSA’s. Topics include jellybeans, Saltines, short people, and beer. You may need IE to view them, however, as I can’t get the videos to play in Firefox.

2 Responses to “Out On A Limb: The Sons & Daughters Blog”

  1. Steve 40 Says:

    I couldn’t get them to work in Mozilla either, but they worked fine when I went back to the site using IE-I wasn’t able to get them to go to full screen, but they were still watchable. I watched only a couple and found the bears one to be very funny.

  2. the pod bay door » Blog Archive » Fred Goss, Sons & Daughters, and More Proof That Network TV Executives Are Weasels Says:

    […] .: In a previous post, I raved about the brilliant ABC show, Sons & Daughters, easily the funniest network sitcom I’d seen since Seinfeld, and partially improvised to boot. ABC, in classic fashion, showed great faith in the show by cancelling it after 10 episodes, proving yet again, that network television executives cannot recognize talent and creativity when it is staring them right in their collective faces. Scheduling the show opposite American Idyll didn’t help the cause either. I haven’t felt this passionate about a television show being yanked before its time since ABC tanked the equally brilliant My So-Called Life. […]

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