Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Reasonable Doubt - 8/5/10

As new co-host (riding shotgun with Todd DuPont) for Reasonable Doubt, I'm going to start posting program announcements on the blog for those of you who would like to bypass what NBC, CBS, ABC, Fox, and the Scrapbooking Network have offer on a Thursday night and watch a little cable access instead.

Thursday's show (8/5/10) will feature the long awaited return to show business of Will Womble, who'll be talking about starting up a new practice (amongst other things).

You can tune in to live streaming video of the show tomorrow at 8 p.m. by clicking here.

10 comments:

Brew95 said...

There's a scrapbooking network? Jesus Christ, please don't tell my wife.

A Harris County Lawyer said...

Scrapbooking is not a hobby.

It is a disease. One that has left many husbands alone in life.

Anonymous said...

Does Will get to add this to his imdb resume?

Anonymous said...

Filmography


Actor:
"JAG" .... Lt. Jim Ross (1 episode, 2004)
- Crash (2004) TV episode .... Lt. Jim Ross
"Judging Amy" .... Atty. Dodge Rosen (1 episode, 2004)
- Sins of the Father (2004) TV episode .... Atty. Dodge Rosen
Master of the Game (2002) (uncredited) .... German Guard #16

Anonymous said...

It is a disease. One that has left many husbands alone in life.

I hope my wife takes it up.

Rage

Anonymous said...

What channel did they move the scrapbooking network to??? I've been missing it.

Anonymous said...

I appreciated Seaton's call. It added some seriousness to the proceedings which were getting bogged down by enhancements and justice and blah blah blah.

Good job Murray and WIll. Always the double act.

Anonymous said...

Anyone have a link to a recorded version?

Anonymous said...

I might watch it if I had any clue what channel it was on. Also, this is the first time I've known it was on Thursdays at 8 pm. It generally helps getting people to watch something if they know where and when it will be on.

A Harris County Lawyer said...

Anon 9:45 a.m.,
The show is on different channels depending on what cable service that you have. That is why I posted the hyper-links to the website. It has a list of the different channels and also gives you the ability to watch it on live streaming video if you want to.