Walter Moss: In most long-standing loving relationships, romantic love has to be expanded to such a deeper love or it will fade. The years can transform us from the beautiful or handsome young lovers we once were.
Mario Solis-Marich: I am part of a group that knows that this is the time for a supplemental diet of Feel Good TV. Why? Because right now Americans are hungry for it.
Walter Moss: True heroes are more often the people who go quietly about their lives helping others, and only occasionally are they those who receive great recognition for such caring, but don’t seek it, like Dorothy Day and Pope Francis.
Walter Brasch: The one-hour drama, with light overtones, is the most-watched drama in television, but the Industry doesn’t think it’s worth any awards.
Larry Wines: And the most lethal-to-humans creature of all? Claiming 130 deaths a year, deer. Mostly from road collisions or swerving to avoid them, then crashing and wrapping yourself around a tree.