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What They Wore with Joe Moore (Reasonable Discourse with Jerks)

On Wednesday July 27th, a packed Shubin Theater witnessed the dawning of a new era – Jim Grammond’sReasonable Discourse with Jerks”.  For the unlucky ones who weren’t able to secure a ticket, here is what the host and his four panelists were wearing:

Jim Grammond – An orange, black, yellow, green plaid collared shirt with short sleeves, 5 buttons buttoned, one button left undone at the top showing a white under shirt, blue jeans, grey and white sneakers with a large “N” on both sides of each.

John Kensil – Grey button down short sleeved shirt, 5 buttons buttoned, one undone at the top, no undershirt, a necklace with a cross, blue jeans, white sneakers with some black, wrist watch on left wrist.

Blake Wexler – White soccer jersey 3 buttons unbuttoned, with an embroidered small red diamond inside of a larger red diamond over the right breast, a patch on the left breast with 3 blue lions and 10 red “O” shapes under a small white star, a grey undershirt, brown shorts, white ankle-high socks with 3 black bars on each, orange/red, black and white sneakers with the letter “N” on both side of each shoe.

Mary Radzinski – A black blouse with wide arms and a neckline that went to the shoulders, silver feather pendant on a silver chain necklace, silver slippers, dark blue jeans, red bracelet on the left wrist.

Mike Rainey – Black t shirt with a white Philadelphia Flyers logo, with the word “FRESH” in all capital letters underneath also in white type, light blue jeans, black, grey and white sneakers with a grey wavy line on the side.

1 comment to What They Wore with Joe Moore (Reasonable Discourse with Jerks)

  • Don’t get me wrong, Bob Newhart is great as a deadpan ceodmy actor. His telephone conversations where you only hear his side are classics of the genre. The problem is that the cast around him and the writing are not up to the standards of my favorite series such as The Odd Couple , Barney Miller and Taxi . Actually, Taxi and Bob Newhart parallel each other, except that Taxi has a working class venue whereas that of Newhart is upper-middle class. However, as much as Bob is superior to Judd Hirsch as a ceodmy actor, the supporting cast of Taxi was much better. At least in the first season, Bob’s psychology patients had pleny of potential for major laughs, especially Mr Elliot Carlin (played by the even more deadpanJack Riley), they just weren’t utilised. Instead we are given endless stories about the unfulfilled love lives of Jerry and Carol which gets stale after awhile. I also find Suzanne Pleshette as Bob’s wife Emily to be very bland and not a good spouse for Bob to play off (someone more neurotic would have been funnier).One thing I observed by wathing all the episodes is the fact that Bob has a noticeable stutter! Either this is done on purpose for the role, otherwise I am surprised it didn’t hurt his career.In spite of my criticism, the show is entertaining. I hope that later seasons will be brought out on DVD because often (as in the case of Barney Miller), the shows take time to hit their stride and so Bob might get better as well!

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