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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Heroes meets The Brady Bunch on TV Land Awards Sunday


Photo: Kelly Ripa hosts the TV Land Awards

Marcia, Greg, Cindy, and the rest of The Brady Bunch — with the exception of Jan — are reuniting this Sunday for the TV Land Awards. (I guess she never got over that middle-child syndrome thing.)

The show kicks off at 9 p.m. on TV Land April 22 with cutie Kelly Ripa hosting.

The Bradys are receiving “The Pop Culture Award” for their classic TV show. Honestly, they deserve it. I dare you to find someone who doesn’t know the terms “pork chops and applesauce” and “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia.” It can’t be done.

If The Brady Bunch doesn’t excite you, then how about the rest of the honorees? The Heroes cast will be in the house to accept the award for “Future Classic.” Masi Oka, Adrian Pasdar, Jack Coleman and other cast members are all scheduled to appear.

For those of you who loved Taxi, you won’t want to miss the show either. Danny DeVito, Tony Danza, Jeff Conaway and the rest of the cast will be on hand to receive “The Medallion Award” for their show.

Other highlights include the 30-year celebration of Roots, a tribute to Hee Haw, with performances by Willie Nelson and The Judds, and a long list of award presenters, ranging from Carol Burnett to Sharon Stone.

There will be plenty of familiar faces in the audience, too, including the Beaver (Jerry Mathers,) the Bionic Woman (Lindsay Wagner,) and Little Ricky (Keith Thibodeaux.)

For more information on the awards, including Kelly Ripa’s blog, visit the TV Land Web site.

If you’ve never seen the TV Land awards, then please tune in. It’s a lot of fun for TV fans. To further prove my point, check out this clip from the show last year when Grey’s Anatomy was named the winner of the “Future Classic Award.” Warning: Loretta Swit stars as Meredith, and you’ll never guess who landed the role of McDreamy.

1 comments:

Classic Television said...

The Tivo is already set for this awards show. And I completely agree that Heroes might be the next big "classic" show!

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