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Are You a Graphic Designer or Know One?

Hi all. I’m looking for someone who can work with me to design a new logo to use specifically for some merch. I’m starting a Patreon account and would like to offer merch there as well! T-shirts, mugs, ball caps, etc. If you do that kind of thing or know someone who does, please let me know! I’m not looking for a freebie! I’ll pay. 😉 Thanks!

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Site News – No Schedule This Coming Week

I’m out of town (out of state, actually) for the holiday, so there will be no schedule this coming week, December 26-January 1. We’ll be back next week, though! I hope you and yours have a great holiday season, and thank you for all your love and support in 2021!

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Site News: No Schedules This Week

Hi all,

I apologize, but there’s no schedule this week. I had major surgery on Friday, October 1, so there was no way I was going to be able to get the schedule done. Hopefully we’ll be back next week, but I make no promises. It will depend on how the surgery and immediate recovery goes. I’ll post again next weekend if there will be no schedule.


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#SaveMacGyver Campaign Going Strong

Tonight is the series finale for MacGyver on CBS at 8/7c, but the show’s fans are doing everything possible to try to convince CBS to change their minds. The #SaveMacGyver campaign is working hard to highlight the positives regarding the show: It’s one of the few shows on TV that provides positive representation in diversity and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), with the cast that includes Lucas Till, Tristin Mays, Levy Tran, Meredith Eaton, Henry Ian Cusick, Justin Hires and Alexandra Grey.

Its ratings have been strong for 5 seasons straight and it won the Friday 8/7c time slot every week for 13 weeks in a row.

So why did CBS cancel it? Many fans believe it’s because of the controversy that came to light in 2020. Lucas Till came forward with allegations that the creator/showrunner had created a toxic work environment, and others followed suit. CBS cut ties with the original showrunner and brought in Monica Macer. Unfortunately, she was only given 8 episodes. During that time, Monica began to create a positive and healthy work environment. According to the #SaveMacGyver campaign, all signs pointed to a renewal for the series until it was abruptly cancelled, and the concern is that the cancellation was related to the previous harassment the cast and crew suffered.

But fans believe CBS should have given the show another season to prove what a good showrunner could do with MacGyver’s great cast and crew. To that end, the campaign of fans worldwide has done the following to save the show:

  1. Sent CBS’s LA office 350K+ paperclips (and are planning a larger round).
  2. Their petition has garnered 21K+ signatures since the cancellation announcement. (Go to to sign the petition yourself!)
  3. News coverage from Forbes, CNN, ET Canada, and Screen Rant among others.
  4. 300K tweets in the #savemacgyver tag since it was started 3 weeks ago.
  5. Raising funds for Cancer Research Institute to give back to the community. (Go to to donate to a great cause, regardless of your thoughts on the show!)
  6. Created a website:
  7. Four digital billboards in the following locations Los Angeles (2), Times Square New York (1), and Atlanta (1).

If you aren’t fortunate enough to see them in person, here are pictures of two of the billboards (1 in LA, and the one in Times Square). Fans raised the funds to pay for all the billboards, which is an awesome thing!

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This Week on TV…but not really.

Hi all. As a lot of you know, I had surgery on Wednesday. I’m doing okay, but I’m still super sore and not up for sitting at the computer for long stretches of time. There was no way, even with the great help I have now, to do the schedule this week. It’ll be back next week, though, promise!

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