"What's great about that show is that the quality has remained over the years. It's so good and really sets the bar for storytellers. It's also not afraid to take chances, which is really wonderful to see on television."
"I think the second season they really hit their stride. The creative direction of that show really took off. I thought it was risky television, and it kept me riveted every week."
"That show really taught me a lesson … about the strength of character. When you were at the bar, you felt like you were in such a safe place. It was funny, it was heartfelt and sometimes the characters were ruthlessly funny with each other, but at the end of the day you felt like they were each other's best friends."
"Television, when it's at its best, can either be an escape or can be a bit of a mirror to our lives. I felt that The Wonder Years as a mirror. The show was substantive. At the end of the episode, you felt like you had learned a little something, or at least it reminded you of something that was important in your own life. In terms of a quiet show that could also be funny, dramatic and heartfelt, I thought The Wonder Years got it right."
"Growing up in the Midwest, Monday Night Football was appointment TV for me. This was pre-cable, so you couldn’t see sports on TV like you can now. When I was a kid, I don’t think I ever missed a Monday Night Football game. I was in front of the TV every Monday to the point where once we got cable and ESPN came along, my parents put a TV in my bedroom."
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