I was on the show to promote National Wildlife Week, the main goal of which is to connect kids to nature and teach them about wildlife, so the fact that Molly knew about wildlife from her kids was just too perfect.
Almost a century after the height of the charismatic preacher's career, Sister Aimee's namesake and notorious reputation has traveled from Los Angeles to Broadway in "Scandalous: The Life and Trials of Aimee Semple McPherson."
Hurricane Sandy is long gone after having cost Broadway an estimated $8 million in lost revenue. But the losses are still piling up for a couple of high-profile shows, including "Scandalous" and "Chaplin," which have been flooded with red ink since their respective openings.
The Broadway grosses have recently told me two things. First, Kathie Lee Gifford is not a very good salesperson. Second, not everyone in the world is going to see Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, even though everyone in the world should be.