Four years after trying to revive Murphy Brown as a platform to chime in on the heated 2008 Clinton/Obama/McCain presidential campaign, the sitcom's creator, Diane English, is again talking to CBS and Warner Bros. about a series of political-commentary specials with Candice Bergen back in character as the tough-talking TV journalist.
ABC's Dancing with the Stars at the very least is trying to amp up the drama for the coming season by courting some colorful and/or unexpected celebs. Securing the big "Yes," though, is the hard part."I have a hard offer for Dancing with the Stars," raucous redhead and proud D-Lister Kathy Griffin tells TV's Extra. But when asked if she plans to accept ABC's invite, she says, "No! I can't even touch my toes!" Similarly, a spokesperson for former U.S. vice president Dan Quayle tells A HREF="http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080730/NEWS/80730050IndyStar.com, "There was contact [made]" and "there was interest in having him be on the show," but at the end of the day the Indianapolis native said noe. Er, no. "I can tell you that he is not doing the show," says the rep.What's your take? Would you have liked to see Kathy spice up the new Dancing season? Or is she simply too polarizing a personality? And how fun could Quayle have been?! Matt MitovichPOLL: Lance Bas...