September 12th, 2003



LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor John Ritter (news), who gained fame playing bumbling and lovable characters in a pair of television comedies decades apart, has died, a representative said on Friday.

Details of the circumstances of his death were not immediately available.

Ritter was best known for his portrayal of Jack in the 1970s situation comedy "Three's Company" and recently he starred in the series "8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter," a centerpiece of broadcaster ABC's upcoming fall schedule.

John Ritter was the son of country singer and actor Tex Ritter

Flash in the Pan

From AICN:

The WB has ordered a pilot for a new series based on DC Comics' fastest man alive," according to this Friday morning Variety story by Josef Adalian.

Todd Komarnicki, one of the many producers on the Will Ferrell Elf movie due in November, will script the "Flash" pilot.

Unlike the 1990 CBS version, the new Flash will feature a speedster who never dons the comic-book characters skintight scarlet running suit.

Like the comics current Flash, Wally West, the new TV Flash will learn that he is only the latest in a long line of Flashes.

Okay, heres the weird part. According to the Variety piece, the Flash will each week be sent on a time-travel mission to the past or the future.

We Are All Kosh

A little bit of geekiness that Dk passed on to me. And urged to post by Acey.

DkPhoenix> Ok,before I go, this is amusing...
DkPhoenix> [03:49] *** Notice -- Received KILL message for kosh! From Valen Path: acool!!Valen (ghost)