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  1. A fascinating article about Althea Gibson, the trail-blazer who paved the way for, among others, the Williams sisters: https://www.bbc.com/sport/tennis/49186075
  2. ^^ Really? Wow, that explains a lot. I thought the stars were given as a reward for accomplishments, which is why some recipients seemed so baffling.
  3. Frankly I don't understand why he even has a star? But that can be said about a lot of the other star recipients as well.
  4. Considering the tumultous, tragic life Diana Barrymore had and her sad ending (death by possible overdose at 38) I think Drew would do better not to follow her lead.
  5. Funny that Drew enters into the talk show business exactly 70 years after her aunt Diana Barrymore almost became the first to host one, The Diana Barrymore Show. It would have been the very first talk show, but she never showed up for the broadcast and the show was cancelled immediately.
  6. Reviving this old (yet delightful) thread again.... I've been watching a re-run of this show during the summer, and it's such a sweet little show and it gives you a warm, fuzzy feeling inside. None of the cynicism or bleak worldview that is so common in tv-shows nowadays. I wish there were more shows like this on tv now.
  7. It's been very quiet in here recently..... It's understandable though, because the show has been so depressing lately. They really need to find a balance between the heavy dramatic stuff and more light-hearted stories. Too much doom and gloom makes it very exhausting to watch. I really miss a character like Val, who always managed to lighten things up a bit.
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