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A Singapore Airlines jumbo jet bound for Los Angeles crashes in Taiwan during takeoff – 78 are dead.

Vice President Al Gore rejects President Clinton’s proposal to appear with him in key voter states. Some say it’s Gore’s anxiety about associating too closely with Clinton.

In Iowa – George Bush quells controversy stemming from his 1976 drunken driving arrest.

George Bush appears on the “Tonight” show on Monday and both Bush and Al Gore are set to appear on “Presidential Bash 2000” – a special prime-time Saturday Night Live special on Sunday. 

George Bush and Al Gore campaign through the 11th hour. Gore in Flint, Michigan while Bush was in Austin. The race is way too close to call.

Unemployment remains at 3.9% - a 30-year low.

 

Entertainment news – November 1, 2000

 Passing – Steve Allen – Actor/comedian/author/composer. He was 78.

Viacom Inc says it is buying BET TV for about $2.34 billion in stock and debt – a record price for a cable network.

 

Music news – November 1, 2000

The Eagles will distribute a dozen songs from then new four-CD boxed set for free over the Internet. “The Eagles: Selected Works 1972-1999” goes on sale November 14.

Barbra Streisand appears on 20/20 and talks to Barbara Walters about her marriage to James Brolin, among other things.  

 

Top Pop Hits – November 1, 2000

Come On Over Baby – Christina Aguilera

Bag Lady – Erykah Badu

Music – Madonna

He Loves U Not – Dream

Liar – Profyle

Gotta Tell You – Samantha Mumba

Dance With Me – Debelah Morgan

Incomplete – Sisqo

Aaron’s Party – Aaron Carter

 

Top Music Albums – November 1, 2000

Greatest Hits – Lenny Kravitz

Music – Madonna

Chocolate starfish- Limp Bizkit

Kid A – Radiohead

Country Grammar – Nelly

Rule 3:36 – Ja Rule

Marchall Matters LP – Eminem

Who Let the Dogs Out – Baha Men

Revelation – 98 Degrees

No Angel - Dido

 

Television news – November 1, 2000

A “Frasier” episode spoofing radio talkshow host Dr. Laura Schlessinger has been pulled from syndication. The episode, which originally aired in April of 1999, featured Chrstine Baranksi as spiteful talkshow host “Dr. Nora” who had a bad relationship with her mom, much like Dr. Laura.

On her syndicated talkshow, Rosie O’Donnel airs a clip of Barbra Steisand endorsing Democractic presidential candidate Al Gore.

In October - the Fox News Channel had its best ratings month ever – tying with CNN.

Producer Darren Star – who gave us HBO’s “Sex and the City,” gives us “The Street,” – a new Fox drama abut guys on Wall Street. Gotta love it. 

 Producers of “Live With Regis” won’t even let ex co-host Kathie Lee Gifford run paid advertisements on the show – commercials for her new album. They believe they need separation while looking for a permenant replacement.

Wednesday night television listings/TV Guide – week of November 1, 2000  

CBS – Welcome to New York, Movie, Late Show

NBC – Titans, West Wing, Law & Order, Tonight, Conan O’Brien

ABC – Millionaire, Drew Carey, Spin City, Gideon’s Crossing, Nightline

 Fox – Simpsons, Normal Ohio, The Street

UPN – 7 Days, Star Trek: Voyager

WB – Dawson’s Creek, Felicity

PBS – PBS Voter’s Guide, Charlie Rose

MTV – Say What? Karaoke, Jackass

MSNBC – Sex, law/Videotapes, News with Brian Williams, Imus in the Morning, Hardball

Sci-Fi – Viper

 

Dawson’s Creek – Joey seeks advice about her sexual health.

Jay Leno – Oscar De la Hoya and Val Kilmer.

 

Top Movies- November 1, 2000

Charlie’s Angels

Meet the Parents

Legend of Bagger Vance

Remember the Titans

Book Of Shadows: Blair Witch 2

Bedazzled

Pay It Forward

The Little Vampire

Lucky Numbers

Legend of Drunken Master

 
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