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Yesterday I found myself wondering whatever became of Scott Baio. Mainly this was because I was thinking about the theme song to Baio's "Charles in Charge" television show. I've always thought that Shandi Sinnamon's vocals gave the song a strongly sexual overtone which was mostly inappropriate, seeing as Baio's Charles character was supposed to be supervising minors, including Nicole Eggert (better known as T.J. Hooker's daughter. Or maybe not.).
And tonight I see a commercial for "Scott Baio is 45... and Single," a new reality show coming to VH1. Thank you, VH1, for reminding me that old celebrities never die, they just agree to appear on your celeb-reality programming.
Bill Clinton recently lamented the country's fixation on Britney Spears as "wrong." To whom did Bill make this candid assessment? TV Land advertisers and executives. TV Land is owned by MTV Networks/Viacom, and is a sister network to VH1, the all-celebrities-all-the-time channel. Careful, Bill. "Integrity" and "Family Values" have never exactly been in your personal platform, don't start changing sides now. Stick with "feeling her pain," and it will all work out okay: Hillary will head back to the white house and you'll get a second shot at interns.