TV Land to Go: The Big Book of TV Lists, TV Lore, and TV Bests

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Simon & Schuster, 2001 - Performing Arts - 355 pages
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Finally, all the entertainment satisfaction you get from a book!

TV Land, the network of America's television favorites, delivers opinionated, informed, and, most of all, humorous takes on everything television! Who are the fifteen grumpiest TV characters? What are the twenty-nine most important comic formulas? What were Chuck Woolery's six careers? Plus TV haiku, TV anagrams, the great literary works that were the progenitors of the sitcom genre, and behind-the-scenes facts and stories that are sure to enhance your television experience. In fact, you'll never watch TV the same way again. TV Land to Go will become as indispensable as your remote control!

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Tom Hill is creative director and head writer at TV LAND, where he leads the charge in creating their trademark tongue-in-cheek on-air promotions. He also appears on the network as, naturally, the guy in the TV Land to Go information booth.

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