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VIDEO: Ep 221 - And That's The Way It Was

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Ep 221 - And That's The Way It Was
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Length: 23:41
Aired: 2/25/1997

Murphy catches up with Walter Cronkite on a book tour, determined to learn what the legendary newsman thinks of her. With Tom Snyder. watch

VIDEO: Il Tavolo Bianco

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Il Tavolo Bianco
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Length: 21:48:46
Aired: 5/4/2014

Jane's freedom is at stake when a grand jury is empanelled to decide if he should be tried for the murder of Red John. Meanwhile, Lisbon tries to find out how Jane feels about the possibility of her leaving Austin with Agent Pike: and Cho and Abbott follow new leads in the human smuggling ring they recently uncovered. watch

VIDEO: Il Tavolo Bianco

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Il Tavolo Bianco
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Length: 42:00
Aired: 5/4/2014

Jane's freedom is at stake when a grand jury is empanelled to decide if he should be tried for the murder of Red John. watch

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Home Movies Season Two
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Home Movies Season One

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Credits

Year Title Description
2004 Home Movies: The Wizard's Baker
Season 4, Episode 7
Episode, Executive Producer
2003 Home Movies: Curses
Season 4, Episode 6
Episode, Executive Producer
1998 Off The Menu Movie, Actor
1995 The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder TV Show Series, Host
1993 Tom Snyder TV Show Series, Host

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News

Tom Snyder: When Talk Wasn't Cheap

I've been thinking a lot about Tom Snyder since his death from leukemia was made public, in part because my mind already had been preoccupied with the '70s, when this unforgettable talk-show icon was in his late-night NBC heyday.My own late-'70s time warp was prompted by a 30-year high-school reunion over the weekend in which I referenced That '70s Show more than once. (Did we really look like that? Dress like that? Have hair like that? Only our senior class pictures know the truth, and I'm not sharing.) During my high school and college years, Snyder was a blazing, sometimes hair-raisingly pioneering presence in what had been a late-night wasteland following Johnny Carson's legendary Tonight Show.Snyder's show, which aired from 1973 to 1982, was called Tomorrow, and to me, the title always underscored the fact that everything about it was a bit ahead of its time. The show's level of discourse, its idiosyncratic host with his brash intensity and eclectic range (historic interviews w... read more

No Tomorrow for Tom Snyder: Talk-show Host Passes

The late-late night Johnny Carson, Tom Snyder died Sunday of leukemia at the age of 71. From 1973 to '81, the ciggie-puffing funnyman hosted The Tomorrow Show, which, natch, used to follow The Tonight Show. In '95 he staged a witching-hour comeback, emceeing The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder after David Letterman's Late Show broadcasts. In '98, he was replaced by Craig Kilborn, but to many, he remains irreplaceable. read more

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