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Theme Song For An Old Show

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A deeply felt homage to classic television from the author of Meritocracy and The Conference of the Birds.

One of the most beloved programs in the history of television, the cop show Northie, has fallen into a ratings slump. Will it be cannibalized by unscrupulous studio executives for one last burst of high scores? Or will it be allowed to conclude its run in dignity?

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Hardcover, 160 pages
Published April 17th 2007 by Other Press
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Rebecca
Jun 18, 2011 Rebecca rated it did not like it
All I remember was this book was super short. It seemed to jammer on for a long time. Mainly about a dude and his father and their relationship, which I couldn’t relate to at all. Father worked in television and the son came out to LA to work in TV as well. As father’s career is on the decline, the son is on the way up and the father wants the son to help him out. They all lived happily ever after.

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