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Sunday, June 3, 2012

" A First..." 'Judith Whitehead' (Inspirational Monday)

"Guest-blogger Judith Whitehead lives in Amherst N.Y. and has worked in the ophthalmology field of medicine for over 30 years..." She talks about some of the best things in life being free..!" Enjoy...



There is always a first for everything…

While vacationing in Los Angeles this week we decided to take in a live taping of a new show on tbs at Warner brothers caller Sullivan & son starting July 19th.

 After going through security we were seated in rows to watch this live show. The comedian that commanded us about clapping and cheering was a show in himself. We had front row seats arriving there early and he had a field day with my husband and myself. After finding out we were from Buffalo and married so long, the jokes began. He had the audience in stitches laughing at us. It was great fun to watch the filming of this live show with all well known stars and the best part …it was free.

I don’t know why we had never done this before since we have been to LA many many times before. What a great way to spend the afternoon.
New show starts July 19th on TBS….Listen carefully….You will hear me laughing…..

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2 comments:

KimoRosen said...

Live tapings are great, when I lived in Santa Barbara in the 70's My friends and I would drive to Burbank to watch the Tonight show with Johny Carson and Ed McMahon. People in new York can get free tickets to many shows too, like The Late show with David Letterman and the View with Barbara Walters and Whoopi Goldberg.

Anonymous said...

Douglas Dunn said via facebook;"Having been born and raised in L.A. and living there until I moved to San Diego County, I have also attended many live tapings of sit coms, variety shows, game shows and others. And yes, it is a great way to enjoy free entertainment!"