The title and graphic refer to the character "Denny Crane" portrayed by William Shatner on Boston Legal. It was insinuated and later shown that his character suffered from Alzheimer's Disease. I loved that show, it had such clever writing, imaginative characters and funny dialogue and situations. It was probably my favorite show at the time. I always recorded it and watched it no matter what. It seems rare now days for shows like that to be developed for the broadcast networks. There are some funny shows on now with Modern Family and Big Bang Theory being favorites. I have found some very riveting shows on cable networks and wonder why the broadcast networks aren't being as creative. One example is Sons of Anarchy on FX.
It is funny now days because I don't have enough memory issues yet that I forget seeing the shows the first time so I am not big on the re-runs but as time goes on I do find that I can laugh all over again because I don't remember the show as well as I used to remember them. Little by little the disease has seemed to started to affect my memory where in the past it was mainly executive function issues with only slight memory issues. Now days I have to make a lot more notes and make sure I have electronic reminders on everything. I would miss about every appointment, meeting and other commitments without the reminders. I use Outlook on the PC which syncs both ways with the calender on my phone. That has been perfect for me because even if I am not around the computer I always have my phone with me. So that is about it for today, just don't think I had mentioned the "Mad-cow" thing before and I still find it funny that his character always insisted he had Mad-cow disease.
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