Saturday, May 04, 2013
Weasel while you work.
Among Kentucky Derby champions, what was unique about Canonero II, the 1971 upset winner?
He was the only foreign-based horse to win the Run for the Roses. He was from Venezuela.
“Good night, and good luck.”
Possibly the most famous sign-off in TV history, this phrase was coined by 1950s CBS News personality Edward R. Murrow. He got his start on radio during World War II, broadcasting from the rooftops of London buildings during the German blitz. Murrow used the line in an earnest attempt to reach out to the audience and provide comfort. He kept the line after the war and when he moved to TV.
Lyle Wagggoner was fired from The Carol Burnett Show for posing nude in Playgirl magazine.