Obviously, former pols with less to lose are going to be freer to mix it up on the telly.
Obama held up his hand like he was pointing a remote control at the telly.
So if they said, you know, I want to be on the telly, I would say, 'Oh boys mummy did that.'
McShera, who plays Daisy, later confides in me in New York that she calls Nicol her “telly mummy.”
He reentered in time to run into a telly team which was doing a live broadcast.
Joe, of course, was fully aware of the value of telly and was glad to co-operate.
Nothing was more greatly in demand than feeding the insatiable maw of the telly fan, nothing, ultimately, became more profitable.
Could you tell the telly fans what this is all about, Marshal Cogswell?
The telly reporter turned desperately back to Joe Mauser, pounding him on the shoulder.
He was covertly watching telly as he said this, but her face remained impassive.