leave it to beaver
The actor was known for his obsequious catch phrase, "That's a lovely dress you're wearing, Mrs. Cleaver."
From Lucy Ricardo to Olivia Pope, TV representation of women has made great progress since the 1950s, but there’s more work to do
A lot of people tend to really glorify older sitcoms as a real representation of what family life ought to be. But the fact is, family life has never been "Leave It To Beaver." It's always been a little grittier than that.
As we all enjoy the holiday season, let's keep in mind what's most important in life. While I can't speak for other Baby Boomers, it's my guess that for the vast majority of us, family and friends are what count most.
As the popularity of reality TV fades, what is taking its place is amazing content that's being created by everyday people. We're experiencing something incredible - the democratization of content.
In this story, it's a real-life competition to defy death. Because the punishment of knocking off first will mark the culmination of a nearly four-decade-long practical joke -- quite possibly the longest ongoing joke in the history of prank-manship.
I cannot recall what he told us during those suspenseful minutes following breaking news, but even then I grasped the irony of an assassination attempt in Dallas while learning about the nation's Founding Fathers.
Tony Dow It's been 56 years since a cute little munchkin named Theodore entered our lives as "The Beaver" in an all-American
Fraud investigator Harry Markopolos is not a nice guy. He would not give up in his lone pursuit of Bernie Madoff, even when the SEC told him to back off. Wendy Davis wasn't nice when she filibustered for 13 hours to block the passage of a strict anti-abortion bill in Texas.
Made in 1968 by Milton Glaser and Lee Savage for the Angry Arts Festival, the reemergence of the film has become a cause