So, that's the golf idea. Simple. Compact. Easy. My version of a one-off. It was a three-off, but we'll call it a one-off anyway. I do, however, have a secondary idea to attach to the golf clubs. I do. And it's a doozy. A whopping, massive, huge, doozy. You're going to love it, I know you are. You want to know what it is, don't you?
Sunday, March 15:
8:00 - 9:00PM
Nature - “Kalahari: The Flooded Desert.” The astute among you will remember that several months ago the show aired “Kalahari: The Great Thirstland.” This week, “The Flooded Desert.” Next week, “Not a Desert at All.” The week after that, “The Kalahari is Dead.” And then, finally, “Long Live the Kalahari.” It’s really an in-depth look into the dynastical desert. I applaud you, Nature.
9:00 – 11:00PM
Masterpiece Classic – "David Copperfield (Part One)." You know where I'm going to go with this joke, I know where I'm going to go with this joke. I LOVE David Copperfield. I saw him once at the Lyric Opera House in Baltimore. He was unbelievable — kept me, and the rest of the audience, entranced the entire time… oh wait, this isn't that David Copperfield? See, you knew where I was going, didn't you?
Monday, March 16:
8:00 - 9:00PM
Antiques Roadshow “Honolulu (Hour Three)”. Here in hour three we get to see all those folks that didn’t arrive early enough at the show for them to be in hour one or hour two. That doesn’t mean they’re not as good as the other people, just that they’re slow.
9:00 – 10:00PM
American Experience - “The Alaska Pipeline”. Is Alaska still a part of this country? Isn’t it odd to go from a Hawaiian show to an Alaskan one? I’m American and don’t have any Alaskan pipeline experience, so maybe this whole thing isn’t quite as universal as they thought. Chew on that, PBS.
10:00 – 11:00PM