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October 9, 2015


Nancy Travis Was All Smiles Talking About 'Last Man Standing' on 'Good Day LA' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 25th 2011 11:30PM
Nancy Travis, 'Good Day LA'Nancy Travis was all smiles when she stopped by 'Good Day LA' (Weekdays 9AM PT on Fox) to talk about her new show with Tim Allen, 'Last Man Standing.' She talked about what a good time she's having with the show, and she's not the only one. With the show averaging more than 11 million viewers after three episodes, it looks like the audience and ABC are having a good time, too.

We did laugh at one of her responses. When she was told, "You do not play that standard common-sense wife with the buffoon husband," Travis responded with, "No, I go after him and call him on his stuff." Which, of course, is the textbook definition of the common-sense wife with the buffoon husband.

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Gerard Butler Describes His Ideal First Date (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Mar 17th 2010 1:30PM
According to Gerard Butler, his ideal first date involves either a spur-of-the-moment helicopter ride to an exciting destination, or something reminiscent of the Mike Myers film 'So I Married an Axe Murderer,' he said on 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM on ABC). Doesn't that sound like fun, ladies?

Butler clarified the latter scenario by describing a charming scene from the movie where Myers and Nancy Travis go on a date in San Francisco and use everything they come across as part of their night out.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Sissy Spacek Joins 'Big Love' & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Sep 18th 2009 11:40AM
Sissy Spacek Big LoveSissy Spacek joins 'Big Love,' 'The Beautiful Life: TBL' premieres to ugly ratings, Penn and Teller to star in a new ABC comedy pilot and more of today's top TV headlines.

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TBS loves Engvall

by Allison Waldman, posted Sep 11th 2008 3:00PM
Bill Engvall ShowWhere are the family comedies these days? They're a rare commodity on the big three plus Fox, and even if you include the animated clans on The Family Guy and The Simpsons and American Dad, you can count the family-type comedy shows on one hand.

However, TBS has a throwback family comedy, one in The Cosby Show mode, and they're sticking with it. TBS's The Bill Engvall Show has just been given a third season renewal. The sitcom will be back in the summer 2009 with ten new episodes.

I've watched The Bill Engvall Show and enjoyed it. It's meant to evoke Cosby, but I also found a lot of Everybody Loves Raymond and Home Improvement in it as well, and that's a good thing. Engvall's a funny guy, and he's greatly aided in the show by sitcom vet Nancy Travis as his smart, attractive spouse.

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Bill Engvall gets another season on TBS

by Richard Keller, posted Sep 5th 2007 9:41AM

Bill and his television family are returning for a second season on TBSLook, a family sitcom that's NOT on Disney or Nickelodeon which been renewed for another season! How unique!

TBS has ordered up a second season of 10 episodes of The Bill Engvall Show. The comedy, which entered the television landscape back in July, premiered with fairly strong ratings and remained the number two sitcom among adults 18-49 on ad-supported cable (fancy talk for basic cable) for the rest of its freshman season.

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The Bill Engvall Show -- An early look

by Richard Keller, posted Jul 12th 2007 10:32AM

Bill Engvall and Nancy Travis

I don't think I would be stretching the truth too much if I said that the family sitcom is pretty much dead on network television. I mean, with the exception of According to Jim and perhaps Two and a Half Men, there has been a dearth of successful family comedies on the air since the departure of Everybody Loves Raymond and Arrested Development a few years ago.

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Tim Meadows joins Bill Engvall show

by Anna Johns, posted Mar 5th 2007 9:31AM
tim meadowsFormer SNL'er Tim Meadows has taken a co-starring role in The Bill Engvall Show. As Adam reported earlier this month, Engvall plays a family counselor whose family could (ironically and typically) use some counseling of its own. Nancy Travis will play Engvall's wife who is trying to raise their three children right. Meadows will play Engvall's friend, who is also a doctor. The sitcom will air on TBS.

Where has Tim Meadows been since leaving SNL in 2000? Well, most recently he had some guest-starring roles in The Office, Everybody Hates Chris, Help Me Help You and According to Jim.

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