Leslie Stahl. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images
Wednesday, Jan. 13
Mike Wallace, Howard Stern–what’s the huge difference? There clearly was none. Certainly not. Any longer. Everybody confesses everything now, with no subject may be out of bounds as soon as the digital digital camera light continues on.
Fine, let’s back up for a minute. Regarding the|In the|Regarding the|From the nights Jan. 6, 60 brand new guide, Reporting Live. Ms. Stahl just about told Ms. Sawyer that her devotion to TV that is big-time made her a bad spouse and mom. Ms. Sawyer talked about that she when saw Ms. Stahl crying in the phone within the White House press space. As well as on as well as on, la-di-da, almost anything to market a written book, right?
The discussion ultimately looked to Ms. Stahl’s spouse, Urban Cowboy screenwriter Aaron Latham, and exactly how depressed he had been for, oh, around three years into the 80’s. Ms. Stahl had been telling Ms. Sawyer about how her colleague Mike Wallace set her right, instructing her to make certain that she got some assistance on her behalf spouse. As of this true point in the 20/20 meeting, Ms. Sawyer and Ms. Stahl visited Mr. Wallace in the workplace over at CBS. He had been seated behind their desk, searching great as always. The ladies seemed frightened to stay their presence. Ms. Sawyer asked Mr. Wallace to recall the advice that is stern had provided to Ms. Stahl dozens of years back, in which he joyfully obliged, for the reason that million-dollar vocals of his: “‘You’ve got to note that he goes! ‘” Mr. Wallace stated, which means that Mr. Latham get see a psychiatrist. “And he did. ”
Then, there was clearly this small nugget of conversation between Ms. Stahl and Mr. Wallace, with America paying attention in.
Mike camonster mobil Wallace: “Did he start taking antidepressants? ”
Lesley Stahl: “Yes. ”
Mike Wallace: “And achieved it destroy your sex-life? ”
Lesley Stahl: “No. ” (right here, Ms. Stahl looked startled–but quickly recalling Mr. Wallace’s battle that is own depression and make use of of antidepressants, she fired right back. ) “Did it ruin yours? ”
Mike Wallace: “For a time that is long yes. ” (the guy said these words by having a twinkle, to make certain that their meaning ended up being clear: Those intimate problems are typical in past times, plus the old rascal has returned! )
To its credit, 20/20 provided Mr. Latham the final word on Mr. Wallace: “He’s a strange guy, ” Mr. Latham stated. “But I owe too much to him. Lesley states he can’t speak at her funeral. You just–you don’t know very well what he’s likely to say! ”
Tonight, Mr. Wallace, that octogenarian rogue, is expected to appear for the debut of 60 Minutes II. (in addition, shouldn’t it be 60 Minutes 2? We’re lured to call it 60 Minutes the 2nd, provided those Roman numerals–but I guess CBS went aided by the Roman numerals thinking they’re freakin’ claaaaaaaaaasssy. ) The producer that is executive of Minutes II stated the correspondents through the original 60 Minutes is going to do sections upgrading their Sunday portions. Mr. Wallace did the District Council 37 union scandal his last periods, on Jan. 10, a tale we’ve had an adequate amount of chances are, though it’s fascinating and all sorts of that. Fine, therefore tune in today to see exactly how Charlie Rose, Vicki Mabrey and Bob Simon perform following the ticking regarding the stopwatch. WCBS, 2, 9 P.M.
Thursday, Jan. 14
Marv Albert happens to be quietly building a comeback. First, by hosting MSG’s Sportsdesk program and from now on by developing by having a Sportsdesk part, a showcased series called “The Peripheral Opponent, ” about ny coaches and their relationship towards the town. Madison Square Garden, 32, 10:30 P.M.
Can’t barely Wait is billed as an automobile for Jennifer enjoy Hewitt. Unfortuitously, it’s more of a car for a few man called Ethan Embry, whom plays the other whom thought he could never ever secure the girl, but … hey, you’ll have actually to cover to see it. It is on pay-per-view. Time Warner Home Theater, 60, all day
Saturday, Jan. 16
Just what you’ll get on tonight’s free evening regarding the film Channel’s free week-end of films: My friend’s Wedding that is best (expertly shot, but requires some more laughs), the overall game (maybe not bad, coulda been scarier, saw the closing coming about a half-hour ahead of time) and U-Turn (Oliver Stone’s grimy energetic B-movie, with Sean Penn goin’ peanuts). So good! The film Channel, 49, 7 P.M. To 1:30 A.M.
Garth Ancier, previously president of activity at WB, is currently the administrator consultant in the place until their agreement runs out in… and he can pursue other jobs … like the one waiting for him at NBC february.
“It’s a situation that is rather awkward” he said.