Back in 1982, there was a TV special featuring the original performers from Broadway shows doing their famous songs - we need something like that now!
In the latest collection of recurring pieces of pop culture, Brian spotlights five times movie adaptations of stage musicals were hurt by casting big stars instead of good singers.
Today, we look at how “Not While We’re Around” was used to comedic effect on Rules of Engagement. This is “Suddenly Sondheim,” a feature where we look at seemingly out of nowhere references to...
In a feature spotlighting seemingly out of nowhere Stephen Sondheim references, Brian looks at the time a bunch of classic TV stars sang Sondheim's "Old Friends" at the 1986 Emmy Awards.