2) Flamingo Road: Finally, the 1980s NBC primetime soap comes to Blu-Ray this Tuesday! Wait, being told it's the 1949 Joan Crawford film. Yeah, I guess that makes more sense.
3) Frank Welker: Happy birthday to the voice of...everything.
4) A&E Network: They touted starpower at their upfront presentation this week, but I keep thinking about the old days when they were small time and proud of it:
5) Columbo: You know what IS getting a Blu-Ray release this year? Yes, Columbo, and Kino Lorber will pack it with extras, but better start saving now.
6) Girl Scouts Day: They're more than just thin mint vendors! The tagalongs are great, too!
7) Jane Doe: The TV movie about a hunt for a serial killer premiered 40 years ago tonight and starred Karen Valentine and William Devane along with Eva Marie Saint.
8) Larry Hankin: The character actor has a new memoir from Bear Manor Media, which has a Q&A with him in its latest e-newsletter.
9) Caren Kaye: Happy birthday! May Crackle honor you by adding the remaining It's Your Move episodes. Or how about this:
10) R.I.P.: Robert Blake, Topol, Bert I. Gordon: Gordon didn't have much to do with TV (except maybe MST3K), but he was 100! ANd he didn't kill anyone (that I know of). Here's a quick look at Topol in The Winds of War: