My ABC affiliate had a news special. However, TiVo recorded it. It's a good thing I recorded the previous show, which shouldn't have been on. The special was an hour, but my listings said a half hour. I decided they might air the other show a half hour early. It turns out they started this episode a few minutes early.
I taped the next half hour as well, and it was "The Neighbors".
Yes, I was spanked as a child. It was normal then.
It was Friday, and my TiVo didn't tape it. I looked at the listings to see why, and it was a stupid Carolina Panthers special. Now "The Neighbors" did get taped when it finally was on and I was lucky that happened because if it had been on at the same time as I was taping two other shows at once, I would have lost it. That may have happened with "Last Man Standing".
I was watching "Modern Family" and pleased to see that Mandy would be putting on a hot dress to help her grades in college--until I realized that was the premiere and that meant I was watching a week-old episode!
I was seeing a commercial for an upcoming episode, only I taped what I was watching so long ago the episode had already aired and it was the one I missed.
I think I have ADHD. Once I found out Mandy might have it, I agreed with the idea that she should take the pills, but only if they were properly prescribed. They seemed to have a positive effect on her.
On the other hand, Mike was probably right about Boyd. If you work hard on getting kids to behave, they don't need drugs.
We have a controversy near where I live that is similar to this one. A lot of people think the governor of North Carolina who has a school named for him was a segregationist. Well, so were a lot of people at the time. I think it would be a shame to change the name. Some people want to name the school after a black person.
As for Boyd's school, William Clark was a great man. Lots of people owned slaves.