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Worst of 2014

Returning guests Sarah Burns (“Enlightened”), Michael Hitchcock (“Best in Show”), Missi Pyle (“Gone Girl”) and Stephen Tobolowsky (“Groundhog Day”) are still at the table with Cole and Vanessa- but this time, conversation centers on the terrible things 2014 threw at us – with each person sharing their personal Worst 5 lists, as well as offering up a New Year’s Resolution and their “theme song” for 2014.

Leave your personal Worst 5 of 2014 on our website for a chance to win a copy of Entertainment Weekly’s The Best and Worst of 2014 issue, signed by all of our guests!

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  • Comment by Bob Dukart — January 17, 2015 @ 10:18 am

    My worst of 2014

    1. Letterman/Ferguson leaving late night. Knew the day would come when Dave would go but he was an integral part of my viewing habits over the years. He is the reason why a bought my fist VCR in 1982. Thought old NBC Late Night was remarkable. Not much fanfare for Craig but doing much of his show with improvisation was great. At his best talking to good looking women. Robot was great
    2. Republican vendetta. I got sick of Republicans and conservatives always bashing anything Obama did or did not do. They would stretch truth or just lie about anything. Thought it was basically a racial thing. Since when is getting insurance for non-insured a bad thing. Donald Trump is among the worst. Criticism but never give a solution.
    3. The TV comedy Mulaney and others comedies on broadcast tv. Do not they look at shows before airing. Had such high hopes for a guy who wrote for Stephon and having Martin Short as part of ensemble. How could anyone think Bad Judge, A to Z, etc. was funny. It can be done. See Amy Schumer or Benched.
    4. Black deaths. It is not only by police or authorities but an everyday happening in the big cities. In 1984. a great high school player named Benji Wilson was killed in Chicago and people said it will not and cannot happen again. It will never stop.
    5. Bill Cosby and being a hypocrite. Yes, he was never convicted of anything but when that many women come forward, it cannot be just for a payday. Here is a man who thought nothing of advising people how to live their life or telling comedians to work clean. Yet, what secret life he was leading. Remember old adage that sometimes it is better not to meet your idols because you might find out how they really are.
    6. Roger Godell, Kendra, Tori, Trump, Beiber, Miley, Gwyneth, and Spencer Pratt-Just go away. Robin, Joan, Ramis, Phillip Seymour H., Sid Caesar, and Joe Cocker-please come back.

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