<EM>Commander in Chief</EM> Commander in Chief

In the week since ABC announced that Steven Bochco would replace Rod Lurie as the day-to-day show runner of Commander in Chief, there has been much speculation as to why. The "official" unofficial buzz is that Lurie was too hands-on an exec producer to deliver shows on time, but an L.A. Weekly columnist tells the Drudge Report that Lurie was pushed aside after lobbying for a "rough sex" scene in a limo between President Allen's daughter and a Secret Service agent. Lurie, in response, tells the National Review, "[That is] pure bull---. First word to last. But I really am not talking to the press about this at all." No, you have to go through C.J. (Oops, wrong show.)