If you don't recognize the headline for this blog, it was originally the title of the final episode of "MASH." (Still the highest rated program -- non-Super Bowl -- in the history of TV).
For me, it always conveyed a sense of relief for the characters who served three times longer in the fictional Korean War than the actual Korean War.
It conveyed a sense that it was time to move on.
I've been doing this blog -- going back to the old blogger site -- for about seven years, and it's time for me to move on. There's no particular reason, just my choice.
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It's getting increasingly harder to find time to write it, not to mention that it's pretty difficult to come up with topics for at least four days a week for 50 weeks a year (yes, I updated the blog while I was on vacation; no, I didn't blog the two weeks I was on furlough). That's an awful lot of work for free, since I never got paid to do this.
I like to think I've amused and informed you loyal dozens, at least a little. I sat through a lot of bad TV pilots, like "Lipstick Jungle," so you wouldn't have to.
I like to think I've stirred at least a little debate as to what was the best and worst stuff on TV.
Anyway, this is the TVGuy signing off. May your clickers always have fresh batteries.