“In each one-hour episode of IT TAKES A CHURCH, members of a Christian congregation play matchmaker in a competition to help an unattached fellow parishioner find their match. Hosted by 2014 Grammy® Nominee and multi Dove Award winner Natalie Grant, the show visits a congregation from across the country each week to surprise one unsuspecting single with the news that they’re about to be saved from the dating world. The church’s Pastor will task their congregation of aspiring matchmakers, to find the best possible catch for our dater, but in the end, our single will decide which suitor to put their faith in. The congregant who brought the chosen suitor will make a difference to their church by winning a donation on its behalf. IT TAKES A CHURCH is produced by Authentic Entertainment for GSN, with Tom Rogan and Lauren Lexton (“Flipping Out,” “The Best Thing I Ever Ate”) serving as Executive Producers along with Richard Hall (“The Amazing Race”) of Great Blue Productions. Sean Kelly (“Minute to Win It”) is Consulting Producer.”—GSN Sets Season 3 Premiere Date For ‘American Bible Challenge’ & ‘It Takes A Church’
An employed person’s life choices—from what to make for dinner, to which brand of detergent to buy, to which apartment to rent, all the way up through which doctor to see—are subsidized by their employer. It stands to reason that if my employer doesn’t care which brand of chicken I prefer to cook, they shouldn’t be allowed to care which medicines I take, even if they’re morally opposed to those medicines.
The only difference here is medicine is pre-tax income and chicken is post-tax income.
“And now 19th century townhouses in the West Village. Taylor Swift has her eye on old Eastern money, doesn’t she? And hey, who can blame her? As far as money goes in this country, old Eastern money is probably the most interesting. I mean it’s better than new Phoenix money. Or, heaven forbid, new Silicon Valley money. If you’ve got a taste for money, and Taylor Swift seems to, then old Northeast money is a good vintage.”—Taylor Swift Wants a Manhattan Mansion | Vanity Fair
Every so often, Mr. Harmon said he finds himself thinking he has struck just the right balance between inventive comedy and engaging storytelling on an episode of “Community.”
“And then I eat a sandwich, and the sandwich makes me think I messed up on a fundamental level,” he said. “Then I drink a glass of milk, and the milk makes me realize it’s the greatest season in television that’s ever existed.”