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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

ABC's "Nashville" is good TV

     I have to admit that I am an avid country music fan, but even if you are not, ABC's "Nashville" is a great light drama worth a look.  Tonight's show had Hayden P. singing in a church, a choice to make by a singer whose been offered a chance to go solo or choose his loyal longtime band-members, a handsome young man who is holding off on sex until marriage and lots more subplots.  Oh yeah, and great music every week.  The women are still showing too much cleavage most of the time but at a 10 p.m. EST time slot, all the kids should be in bed.

    This photo by ABC's Jon Lemay depicts a cool behind-the-scenes/insider look at the inner workings of the record industry from the country music headquarters of the world.  In this scene, the aging superstar is negotiating with the young upstart who was an instant superstar herself. 

    Yes, this is from the same network that had the "GCB" show (Good Christian B*tches for those of you that do not speak initials) that poked fun at pretty much every aspect of the Christian religion in a demeaning and sarcastic manner.  I think that show only lasted 4 or 5 episodes and I am surprised it had any viewers left after the second viewing.    Even with my "Mad Magazine" sense of humor, and reminding myself that God has a sense of humor, it was a pathetic pandering to the secular crowd.  While ABC is still way off the mark on its political reporting and no where near unbiased in its "news",  the network has definitely gone up in my book with "Nashville" and "Scandal".  

    But in our break from the reality of daily life and the world, let's make Benghazi is never forgotten !!

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