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Fancast's Odds for the success of RTB: (As predicted by Vegas Odds-Maker Johnny Avello, Executive Director of Race & Sports - Wynn Las Vegas)It'll Evaporate First This Season: 18 to 1It'll Live To See A Second Season: 16 to 1I'll Become A Mega-Hit: 60 to 1Someone put a hundred bucks on live to see...
What do you do when the entire culture thinks you're a bunch of crappy lawyers in bad suits who can't get better jobs?Change the culture. Tell the people. This one makes me proud...Mark-Paul Gosselaar got a real-life dose of the public defender's world before assuming the role on TV, in Steven...
The Wisconsin State Journal (more on that soon) dug up this picture of me on the set...
Ok, sorry to be such a crappy blogger of late. I've been packing up my west coast apartment, and moving back to NYC (with an absolutely amazing trip to Paris and Namibia in between). But I'm back, getting settled in the old apartment, picking up at the law school, and watching as the RTB tide...
This interactive Venn diagram from slate allows you to see the case for the prosecution of Bush Administration officials. Mouse over a person's name for information on how each person is involved. Mouse over the title of each circle for specifics about the particular scandal. It's awesome!
In 2006 an inmate’s leg was amputated after an infection beneath a cast went untreated. Read the charming details in the federal report on the Poor Conditions at Cook County Jail.
So now that I've got a little more time (the show wraps tomorrow), I'll be a little better about blogging and linking to show related stuff like the little interview below.TCA Video: Bochco on ‘Raising the Bar’ - TVWeek - News
The RTB media train is just getting into gear...And what better place to start than with this piece from St. Louis that says I look like Patrick Warburton, and this hilarious photo from the red (actually orange) carpet. What I truly love about this photo is the caption. It reads:2008 Summer TCA...