TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 583.4 with guest Jay Moriarty is available now for listening on demand as a free podcast


All in the Family
and “The Draft Dodger”

Original Airdates: July 8-10, 2022
TVC 583.4: Ed, Tony, and Donna welcome back writer, producer, and author Jay Moriarty. Jay’s career in network television spanned than thirty years, including eight years with Norman Lear and Tandem Productions. Along with his longtime writing partner Mike Milligan, he spent seven of those years writing and producing The Jeffersons, one of the longest-running shows in the entire Norman Lear canon. Jay and Mike’s credits also include “The Draft Dodger,” the famous episode of All in the Family from December 1976 that was recently singled out as one of the fifty most significant episodes of that entire series.

How Norman Lear Deftly Balanced Comedy with Drama
Original Airdates: July 8-10, 2022
TVC 583.5: Ed, Tony, Donna, and writer/producer Jay Moriarty (The Jeffersons, All in the Family) discuss how episodes such as “The Draft Dodger,” “Florence’s Problem,” and “The First Store” are just a few examples of Norman Lear’s trademark balancing of uproarious comedy with serious topical issues. Jay’s memoir, Honky in the House, takes you behind the scenes of not only The Jeffersons, but Tandem Productions in general. His new book, Deadeye, pays homage to Roy Rogers, The Lone Ranger, The Cisco Kid, and other favorite movie and TV cowboys.

The Jeffersons and “The First Store”
Original Airdates: July 8-10, 2022
TVC 583.6: Ed, Tony, Donna, and writer/producer Jay Moriarty (The Jeffersons, All in the Family) continue their discussion about “The First Store,” the episode of The Jeffersons set against the backdrop of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., as well as how Sherman Hemsley helped paved the way for Mike Evans’ return to The Jeffersons after an absence of four seasons.

Norman Lear, Maude, and All in the Family
Original Airdates
: July 8-10, 2022
TVC 583.7: Ed, Tony, Donna, and writer/producer Jay Moriarty (The Jeffersons, All in the Family) discuss the memorable episode of All in the Family that not only introduced Beatrice Arthur as Edith’s cousin Maude, but paved the way for the Maude spinoff series. Jay’s memoir, Honky in the House, takes you behind the scenes of not only The Jeffersons, but Tandem Productions in general. His new book, Deadeye, pays homage to Roy Rogers, The Lone Ranger, The Cisco Kid, and other favorite movie and TV cowboys.

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