Friday, August 10, 2007

Future of Television Entertainment hangs in balance

Merv Griffin, inventor of "Wheel of Fortune", and the amazingly well spoofed "Jeopardy" is in grave condition as his constant battle with prostate cancer trudges on.

“Entertainment Tonight” has reported that sources tell the Hollywood show that Griffin’s prognosis is not good. Griffin’s representatives have not returned calls to The Desert Sun to confirm or deny.

Griffin, 82, was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in mid-July after a recurrence of the prostate cancer he battled in 1996 was found during a routine examination.

Lord knows that game shows of today are either stupid, or amazingly complicated with strange women hold silver briefcases with numbers in them (I still don't get it).

Heres to a hopeful recovery and longer life...

...and one of those spoofs...

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