While I might fantasize that I grew up in a Brady Bunch-type house, I did grow up one of six kids in Indiana and, thankfully, the television was my friend way before any dumb psychologists said too much TV was bad for you. I was the Opinion Page editor of the John Adams Tower during my high school years and fought battles to get reviews of Cagney and Lacey heard instead of the (boring) teen drugs and drunk driving stories. Indiana University would teach me that I could take classes where I could watch Mary Tyler Moore and write A+ papers about the impact of historical narrative on prime time characters on television. Post college, I headed West and, after paying my dues as an Executive Assistant at Sony Pictures Television, I wrote on the original Beverly Hills 90210. How did I get from writing dialogue for Tori Spelling to panning her reality show? More to come….