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Weekly Best: Friday; September 27, 2010

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Prolific TV writer-producer Stephen J. Cannell has passed away. But despite 4 decades of success— and a 9-figure fortune—he strove to raise good kids. “You want them to be hard workers and care about other people’s feelings,” he told Shawn Daily of The Daily Mix just last year, “and not become Hollywood brats.”
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In 1987, well before he signed a deal to develop a show about nothing, Jerry Seinfeld had nothing but the highest of standards in mind for such a sitcom. “I have no desire to be part of most of the crap you see on TV, just so I could say, ‘Hey, I got a TV show!’” he told host Robin Milling.
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More than a year after Patrick Swayze passed away, his wife, Lisa Niemi,  still shudders at how the tabs fabricated tales of his condition: “They were showing photos of his father and sister’s grave with an arrow pointing to where Patrick wanted to be buried—which was not true, she told Matthew Zachary and Lisa Bernhard of The Stupid Cancer Show.
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Six-time Grammy champ John Legend chatted about the track he wrote for the new docu Waiting for “Superman,” titled Shine. “It was inspired by the stories of the kids in the film,” he told FilmGordon Radio. “Their future is determined in some ways by a lottery that picks which school they get to go to.”
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Host Timothy Hodge got busy with budding pop stars Savannah and Amanda Burhoe, aka Savvy & Mandy. The delightful Radio Disney duo, whose debut single, Waiting for Heartbreak, was featured on MTV’s Newport Harbor, sampled their latest track, Words.
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Film Festival Radio’s Janice Malone kicked it with Regina Hall, who plays Evelyn Price on Law & Order: Los Angeles—and who’s addicted to Oxygen’s true-crime series Snapped: “I can watch episode after episode. Five in a row. It’s not like you’re crazy, but you are like WHOA!”

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Got Stress? Tune into Tonight’s ‘Mix’!

If you’re flying off the handle at every teeny-tiny inconvenience that life tosses your way these days, we strongly advise you to set aside 15 minutes this evening for a soothing dose of The Daily Mix.

Coming to you as always at 9 p.m. ET, this salubrious show answers such all-important questions as:

—Why, according to relationship guru Dr. John Gray, men and women react differently to stress.

—What Olympic bronze medalist Randi Miller did to calm her nerves before competing in this summer’s Beijing games.

“It’s like glaciers moving across the earth,” Laurence Fishburne tells BlogTalkRadio about a particular art form.

“It’s like glaciers moving across the earth,” Laurence Fishburne tells BlogTalkRadio about a particular art form.

—What it is that Paulo Coelho would rather not hear from Laurence Fishburne – if the beloved author is going to survive the bringing of his masterpiece, The Alchemist, to the silver screen.

—Why Malcolm Jamal-Warner can sleep at night vis-à-vis his contribution to The Cosby Show legacy.

—How 9 to 5: The Musical star Megan Hilty blows off steam while coping with domestic tribulations.

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey Shaun Daily, every Monday at 9 p.m. ET!

Warning: It's Men Only on 'The Mix'

Ladies, don’t even think about tuning into this week’s Mix.

You had your own special edition last week, so it’s only fair that we give the guys a chance to shine (or, more likely, moon) tonight.

Coming to you as always at 9 p.m. ET, this testosterone-infused show answers such all-important questions as:

—What it is that women are always asking bluesman Johnny Lee Hooker Jr. to do to them?

—Why actor Benjamin Bratt (left) is talking about being “addicted to cocaine or heroine or meth or sex or gambling.”

—Why Cybermix Tape Show host Laron Cue wants extra copies of Michael Grecco’s new book, Naked Ambition: An R-Rated Look at an X-Rated Industry.

—What actor Bill Duke recommends attractive young actresses do if they want to get ahead in showbiz.

—Which broadcast network can lay claim to featuring more live fantasy sports programming than any other net on the planet?

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, every Monday at 9 p.m. ET!

Warning: It’s Men Only on ‘The Mix’

Ladies, don’t even think about tuning into this week’s Mix.

You had your own special edition last week, so it’s only fair that we give the guys a chance to shine (or, more likely, moon) tonight.

Coming to you as always at 9 p.m. ET, this testosterone-infused show answers such all-important questions as:

—What it is that women are always asking bluesman Johnny Lee Hooker Jr. to do to them?

—Why actor Benjamin Bratt (left) is talking about being “addicted to cocaine or heroine or meth or sex or gambling.”

—Why Cybermix Tape Show host Laron Cue wants extra copies of Michael Grecco’s new book, Naked Ambition: An R-Rated Look at an X-Rated Industry.

—What actor Bill Duke recommends attractive young actresses do if they want to get ahead in showbiz.

—Which broadcast network can lay claim to featuring more live fantasy sports programming than any other net on the planet?

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, every Monday at 9 p.m. ET!

It’s Ladies’ Night on ‘The Mix’!

And not just any ladies either.

The lineup of women gracing tonight’s special edition of The Daily Mix run the gamut from elegant to celebrated to gifted to hilarious.

Coming to you as always at 9 p.m. ET, this star-studded show answers such all-important questions as:

loved tripping the light fantastic with Clint Eastwood.

Marsha Mason: loved tripping the light fantastic with Clint Eastwood.

—Who it is that legendary pop idol Olivia Newton-John idolizes.

—How screen legend Ruby Dee changed Ally Sheedy’s life.

—Why beloved actress Marsha Mason thinks Clint Eastwood is not only an amazing director, but a damn fine dancer as well.

—When it is, according to funny lady Kym Whitley, that everybody suddenly adopts a belief in the Almighty Father.

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, every Monday at 9 p.m. ET!

It’s Another All-Star ‘Mix’!

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That’s what happens when The Daily Mix is brimming with a gig of our favorite stars – like it is again this week.

Coming to you as always at 9 p.m. ET, this star-studded show answers such all-important questions as:

“It’s really trippy when people that I idolize are fans of mine,” Margaret Cho tells BlogTalkRadio.

“It’s really trippy when people that I idolize are fans of mine,” Margaret Cho tells BlogTalkRadio.

—Why Gilbert Gottfried is feeling “awkward” about his 13-month-old daughter. (Hint: The fact that she’s a “squinter” – like her daddy – is just half the problem.)

—How Kirk Cameron landed the lead in the new feature film Fireproof. (Hint: Bobby De Niro would be proud.)

—Which legendary rock star is as big a fan of funny lady Margaret Cho as she is of his.

—What Barry Bostwick – along with thousands of extras – was restricted from doing on the set of the upcoming Miley Cyrus flick.

—What Rosanna Arquette did 25 years ago that recently embarrassed the dickens out of her 13-year-old daughter Zoe.

—What Crispin Glover promises to do in your hometown if you simply email him and ask.

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, every Monday at 9 p.m. ET!

Wicked ‘Mix’ of Winning Highlights

Drawer-dropping revelation.

John Starks: Drawer-dropping revelation.

Love TV?  How about sports?  Or maybe Broadway’s your “thang.”

In any case, you’re going to adore this week’s Daily Mix.

Coming to you at 9 p.m. ET, this heart-warming show answers such all-important questions as:

—Which movie icon former Wicked star Idina Menzel channeled while wishing BlogTalkRadio’s most flamboyant host a happy birthday.

—Why former NBA star John Starks is telling everyone he can take off his pants in 0.3 seconds?

—Which former castmember from The Nanny has got a hot new boyfriend named Boyington? (Yes, Boyington.)

—Who served as Marc Price’s real father figure while the then-child star was playing Skippy on Family Ties? (Hint: He’s British and he’s bald.)

—Is The Soup Nazi still as irate as ever? (Hint: “No Mix for you!”)

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey Shaun Daily, now every Monday at 9 p.m. ET!

Don’t Miss This All-Star ‘Mix’!

“We got that script we were like, What? Huh? How is that possible?” Mathew Fox tells BlogTalkRadio about a particularly perplexing episode of “Lost.”

“We got that script we were like, How is that possible?” Fox tells BlogTalkRadio about a particularly perplexing episode of his hit ABC series, “Lost.”

If you’ve yet to hop on The Daily Mix bandwagon, tonight would be an excellent time to begin.

Coming to you at 9 p.m. ET, this star-studded show answers such all-important questions as:

—Which Lost storyline had star Matthew Fox (left) scratching his head going “What the…?”

—Why Liz Sheridan, who played Helen Seinfeld on Seinfeld, says the one person on earth she’d like to have dinner with (but can’t!) is her TV son, Jerry Seinfeld.

—What Stephen Baldwin was doing at the world’s largest comic book convention.

—Which Oscar-winning actor inspired Judge Reinhold to get into the biz – then years later invited the Beverly Hills Cop star to go coyote-shooting out West;

—Was VH1 reality star Tiffany “New York” Pollard actually in love with her fiancé before the couple split this winter – or was it all just a put-on for the cameras?

—When “the world is going mental and you’re gettin’ kinda moody,” why comedian Judy “The Love Goddess” Tenuta advises everyone to “party in your pants.”

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey Shaun Daily, now every Monday at 9 p.m. ET!