Good evening. I would like to see a house that dropped to $203,000. It's off of Lake Lucerne Dr. The MLS # is 3654518.
Can you meet us tomorrow?
No! I'm not going all the way to Georgia just for that!
I have an easy-to-remember email address — my first name and last initial, followed by a common domain. But there's a major downside: I get a ton of messages intended for other people. Am I obligated to reply every time to say, "Sorry, wrong guy"?
Reminder: Class of 1997's Who's Really Counting the Years? Reunion
This is just a friendly reminder to RSVP for the reunion by this Friday, February 8.
If you're on the fence about coming, keep in mind that we're not asking you to spend a week holed up with your fellow alums in a Malibu mansion (although FOX did ask...). It's just one evening, folks!
We're hoping to seeing you all there!
The BBC1 soap comfortably won its slot against ITV1's selection of regional programming, which averaged 4.9 million and 21%. But it was down on last week's audience for EastEnders, when the soap had an audience of 9.4 million and a 43% share. It was EastEnders' worst Thursday viewing share since November.
Departing from its usual format, the long-running British soap opera EastEnders featured a half-hour "soliloquy" performed by 80-year-old actress June Brown in which her character, Dot Branning records a tape for her ill husband, Jim. The episode, which aired Thursday on ITV, was watched by 37 percent of the British TV audience.