Daily Archives: November 29, 2011

Remembering Patrice O’Neal

Patrice O’Neal, who died Tuesday at 41, the result of a stroke he suffered last month, was an uncompromising comic who challenged audiences and didn’t mind not being the most popular standup as a result. “To be a working comedian is a privilege,” he told me last year, when he was chosen to open a […]

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Tuesday TV: Supernanny, American Style

It makes no sense, in the current economy, to farm out TV nanny jobs to the Brits. Hence the new series “America’s Supernanny” (Lifetime, 9 p.m.) features a no-nonsense lady from Virginia, Deborah Tillman. In her first assignment, she encounters one of those out of control families where the littlest boy hits and spits everyone, […]

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Pentatonix Wins ‘Sing-Off’

Texas based quintet Pentatonix beat an army of colligates from Dartmouth to take the third season of “The Sing Off” Monday night. The group Urban Method came in third. As winners, Pentatonix had to beat the biggest field in the show’s history – 16 acts – on the longest season “The Sing Off” ever had. […]

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