“Cheers” Cliff Clavin, John Ratzenberger, photo by David ShankboneWe finally figured out what President Trump's problem was with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Trump, who said Merkel had ruined Germany, thought the Merkel was the currency in use in her country. That came to light when he asked an advisor "How many Merkels to the dollar?" ... Republican Senators John McCain and Rand Paul have been feuding.

I thought it was carrying it too far when Paul turned to his colleague and snapped "John, you ignorant slut". ... What do you call the execution of John Ratzenberger's know-it-all character on the long-running sitcom "Cheers"? A Cliff Hanger. In a recently discovered unaired episode, George Wendt's character always beer-drinking Norm undergoes a liver transplant and simultaneously has the bar stool surgically removed from his backside.... And the thing we're all anxiously awaiting after the last presidential election is upon us—former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley, a Democrat, is reported to be testing the waters for the 2020 Iowa caucus. ... It was said to read on a brief IMDB sketch that actor Robert Young didn't beat a 30-year battle with alcohol until he was in his 70s. That explains the episode of "Father Knows Best" in which Jim Anderson, Young's character, asks son Bud to stop making so much noise and turn the lights down. .... There's been a lot of buzz about conservative TV commentator Sean Hannity reportedly pointing a gun at Juan Williams. Hannity said he was just considering resurrecting "Firing Line" the long-running TV show of the late conservative notable William F. Buckley.

 

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