Sheldon Greenbriar’s Spring Blurbomat

Time for some fresh dish and ‘dat:

  • Just got off the phone with Gregory Sierra, Julio from “Sanford and Son.” He’s organizing a boycott of Arizona. I lost interest before he could tell me why.
  • Whatever happened to Frusen Gladje?
  • What was your favorite “Must-See TV” classic? “The Single Guy”? “Suddenly Susan”? “Caroline in the City”? I vote for “Veronica’s Closet.”
  • I could listen to Georgia Engel talk all day long.
  • Why do so many “That’s Incredible!” fans refuse to recognize “Real People,” and vice-versa? I loved ‘em both.
  • Who’d you rather: Sarah Purcell or Cathy Lee Crosby? And for the ladies: John Davidson or Skip Stephenson?
  • I loved Madame. Wayland Flowers, I could do without.
  • Am I the only one who gets depressed at the end of awards season? Only nine more weeks until the Primetime Emmy Award nomination announcements. I’ll be presenting with Sybil Danning.
  • I’ll leave you with some words of wisdom from my good friend, Kenny Loggins: “I am not free if my freedom is predicated on reacting to my past.”

Preschool prom

In metro Atlanta and a few cities across the nation, some early childhood programs are giving their students a chance to experience prom, senior week and senior class trips before they march across the stage to receive their “diplomas.”

The pomp and circumstance is part of a growing trend to introduce 4- to 6-year-olds to what they can expect as high school seniors. It’s part dropout prevention, praise and picture-perfect memories for parents.

So are they going to take the young’uns to Panama City?

Seriously, who thinks this is a good idea?