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Hope For The Future – Bye Bye Kimberly | A Slide Show Highlighting The Farewell (Happening), The Absence (Coming), The Return (To Come)

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Kim Matula has played Hope Logan for years.

She has quit the show.

Sometimes, as seen in this film – it is best to go away for a while and then return.  Examples – Daniel Goddard, Sean Kanan, Catherine Grimes.

 

You have given all 3 cats, my wife and I many hours of great entertainment.  At Thanksgiving, the best conversations were among the CBS/Young and the Restless. Bold and the Beautiful fans.

GOD BE WITH YOU.

merry christmas!

“Troll Toll” | It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia | tempo breakdown, still map and video starring DEVITO, HOWERTON III, MCELHENNEY

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This article is a tempo analysis of the song “Troll Toll” as performed in a musical written by Charlie Day for the situation comedy on FX TV called It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. It was later performed for 9 nights in Philadelphia, my father in law’s home town: by popular demand.

Troll Toll | It s Always Sunny In Philadelphia | meanspeed still map | median expected tempo

Troll Toll | It s Always Sunny In Philadelphia | meanspeed still map | median expected tempo

In the scene during the song, Danny DeVito as The Troll is playing a pimp for “the boy,” played by Glenn Howerton III through the [rape] by the Night Man, played by Rob McElhenney. It is completely satirical – or else the subject matter would be taboo. Especially as the family is mixing business with sex – the ULTIMATE taboo.

 

mean speed/median expected tempo=134.1 beats per minute

average beat as a quarter note=approximately 0.4474 seconds

On a realistic level, only a company, another word for the cast, of a show such as “Sunny” could pull this off. abound.

Ian Andrew Schneider

June 13, 20012

The Forrester Family Company Business, FORRESTER CREATIONS®, celebrates its 25 year on television as the World’s Most Popular Show: John McCook tempo breakdown, “THE FOLKS WHO LIVE ON THE HILL”

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Meanspeed®-Carlton Speed Summary
song title=”The Folks Who Live On The Hill”
performer=John McCook, playing

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43 Andrews St 43 Andrews St meanspeed map - The Bold and the Beautiful map - The Bold and the Beautiful

‘Eric Forrester I’ on The Bold And The Beautiful® by SONY®/CBS/®/Bell®
average dotted whole note=3.87 seconds

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average beat, as a quarter note=~645 milliseconds
median expected tempo/arithmetic mean speed=93.1 beats per minute
corresponding tonal frequency=387.14 Hertz

John_McCook+Bold+Beautiful-meanspeed_map-tempo diagram of The Folks Who Lived On The Hill-182 Washington St

John_McCook+Bold+Beautiful-meanspeed_map-tempo diagram of The Folks Who Lived On The Hill-182 Washington St

The bold and the beautiful®
Monday, March 26,2012
TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL featuring  Susan Flannery, John McCook and Katherine Kelly Lang: the three who started from the first episode!

1/Robert, caterer
2/Brooke Logan-Maroné-Forrester-

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John McCook as Eric Forrester

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Born:

Ventura, California

DOB:

June 20

Sign:

Gemini

John lives in Los Angeles with his third wife (actress Laurette Spang), and they have three children (son Jake; daughters Rebecca and Molly). His second wife, dancer-actress Juliet Prowse, is the mother of his eldest son (Seth).

His career is like a one-man history of TV! Since his debut on a 1964 episode of “No Time for Sergeants,” John has appeared on dozens of TV shows: “Newhart,” “Moonlighting,” “L.A. Law,” “Murder, She Wrote,” and “Dynasty,” for openers. A longtime star of the stage, his theatrical credits are just as impressive.

John’s breakthrough came when he joined “The Young and the Restless,” playing heartbreaker Lance Prentice from 1975 to 1980. He’s been there since the beginning of “The Bold and the Beautiful,” so it’s fitting that John’s portrayal of conflicted family man Eric Forrester has anchored the show.

Did You Know?:

John recorded a 1993 album titled “John McCook Sings Bold and Beautiful Love Songs.” It was a chart success in several European countries.

http://sn.soapnet.go.com/shows/the-bold-and-the-beautiful/cast/john-mccook

songs with speed within 1% of “The Folks Who Live On The Hill”
“Summer, Highland Falls,” Billy Joel
“You’re My Home,” Billy Joel
“Flying,” The Beatles
“What The World Needs Now Is Love,” Burt Bacharach
“When You Were Sweet Sixteen,” The Mills Brothers
“Human Nature,” Michael Joe Jackson

Ian Andrew Schneider
Meanspeed® Therapy
March 28, 2012
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