The Woodstock Show

August 19, 1969 ~ Mere hours after the epic festival, Crosby, Stills and Nash appear on the Dick Cavett Show, giving a first-hand account of the Woodstock festival that took place over the weekend. Joni Mitchell, who skipped the festival to make sure she could keep her appearance on the show, performs a song she wrote about it called “Woodstock” and also “Chelsea Morning.” The Jefferson Airplane appear, too, and Grace more than a few times calls Dick Cavette “Jim.” Finally, Cavette responds, “You’ve got to learn my name, Miss, Joplin!”

Mapping Every Musical Reference in ‘The Sopranos’

From AJ’s Coal Chamber hoodies to the ACDC blasting at Bada Bing!, David Chase’s iconic HBO show made unparalleled use of musical references.

By Hannah Ewens

I made my own Soporano’s playlist but it’s amazing how many I missed.  It’s clear this is … a work in progress.

Source: Mapping Every Musical Reference in ‘The Sopranos’

 

‘SNL’ star Cecily Strong received a care package from Michigan’s governor, and it included lots of beer 

“Got a giant and gorgeous Michigan care package sent to New York courtesy of that super cool woman from Michigan,”

Source: ‘SNL’ star Cecily Strong received a care package from Michigan’s governor, and it included lots of beer – CNN

This love-fest is the result of Cecily’s recent portrayal of Gov. Whitmer on SNL … 

‘Homeland’ Series Finale Interview: Alex Gansa Explains the Optimistic Coda to His Spy Drama 

One of the things that we figured [viewers] would least expect was a little hope at the end of it all — so that’s what we chose to go with.

Source: ‘Homeland’ Series Finale Interview: Alex Gansa Explains the Optimistic Coda to His Spy Drama | Hollywood Reporter

What an amazing 8-year run for one of the best series on television. People will be talking about the finale for a long, long time …