Dateline: Hollywood, CA
TONY FIGUEROA is a standup comedian, writer, actor and storyteller based in Los Angeles. A "day job" teaching comedy traffic school led to Tony cohosting and coproducing several radio shows. Tony’s CHILD OF TELEVISION Blog is an example of life imitating art. Tony wrote a sit-com Pilot titled RED STATE where the main character writes a syndicated column also called CHILD OF TELEVISION. In his spare time Tony can be found story telling at the STORY SALON in North Hollywood, surfing the Net and of course watching TV.
This is when you and the other American Idol judges lowered yourselves to the level of Howard Stern.
Isn’t it great that we live in a country where an artist can depict God in whatever medium he chooses?
Sadly, it looks like comedy clubs are less like comedy clubs and more like factories.
... a show that should be appealing to anyone who has worked for a big corporation and has used the words "management" and "idiots" in the same sentence.
The views expressed by these talking vegetables do not necessarily express the views of the National Broadcasting Company.
I wonder how those who don't remember the Cold War will relate to Jericho.
Aaron Sorkin and Thomas Schlamme are back, and people should be talking.
I think that an audience may fall in love with the characters over time, but don’t see the network giving them that time.
I became Mary Tyler Moore at Chuckles the Clown’s funeral.
Holmes and Watson, but without the fog.