The video has it right at the end - it should be all about those who died that day and those who tried to rescue them.
In October of 2001, the Twin Towers were inducted into the TV Crossover Hall of Fame......
* Weiner has the opposite problem with the young actress playing Sally than the producers of 'Lost' had with the kid who played Walt. If 'Mad Men' keeps jumping the storyline ahead a year or so with each season, she's never going to be able to keep up in her own personal growth.
By the way, in case you'd like to see that full scene from 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.', here'sthe YouTube link. I'm afraid the capability to embed the video has been denied. However, this is also the finale, so consider this a spoiler warning........
It's a simple formula. Red Shirt = Expendable
2) Secretary for 'Murphy Brown'
The 'FYI' newswoman was notorious for firing her secretaries, usually just for some off-beat personal quirk but also for their incompetence. My friend Mary Cadorette played the very first secretary seen in the series, Sherry French. (That pilot episode had three altogether, culminating with the late great Kathleen Freeman.) Eventually many of them came back and kidnapped Murphy to put her on "trial" for the way she treated them (in the ninth season episode "Defending Your Life").
3) Mayor of Rome, Wisconsin ('Picket Fences')
When the Dancing Bandit was offered the opportunity to serve as the town's mayor rather than serve out her jail term, she saw it as a death sentence. One mayor died from spontaneous combustion; another was conked over the head with a frying pan and locked in a deep freezer; a third, already suffering from age-related dementia, was shot in the back of the head by his own son.
4) Henchman in Gotham City vs. 'Batman'
Let's face it - Crime doesn't pay.
5) Prosecuting attorney vs. 'Perry Mason' or 'Matlock'
If you check the video of the attack which I posted earlier, you'll see that the actual events differ in the real world than they do in Toobworld.....