Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Not Such a Charlie Brown Christmas

Last night, I thought it would be funny to comapre the ratings from President Obama's address at West Point Military Academy to the Victoria's Secret Fashion show. I'm not trying to be inapprirate; the President's ratings on primetime television have plunged since he took office in January. It's a question of what makes sexier television--war or lingerie.

But I digress...President Obama delivered his address last night at 8pm and all the networks pushed back their programming to accomodate him. Tuesday night isn't a huge television night, but the President did manage to bump a classic television delight--"A Charlie Brown Christmas." reports.

But the administration may also face an unforeseen enemy as it lays out its
long-awaited plans. And they are loud and they are legion: We're talking
preschoolers and their parents.
That's because ABC-TV was
scheduled to
present its annual screening of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" at 8 p.m.
. And we don't know about you, but that show is pretty
around our house and not to be trifled with lightly.
A call
to the White
House may be in order here. We hear it's pretty easy to get
through these days
UPDATE: We've since learned that the 'Charlie
Brown' broadcast has been moved to next week

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