of "Mad Men" but takes on the club, with the famous Bunnies. It turns out KSL feels it does not meet their standards. They have indicated that a significant portion of their audience may find it objectionable. KSL President and CEO Mark Willes said, “The Playboy brand is known internationally. Everyone is clear what it stands for. We want to be sure everyone is clear what the KSL brand stands for, which is completely inconsistent with the Playboy brand.” It was noted that they will seek another channel to air the show. However, another question might
be: What show will replace it on the NBC schedule?
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Wrap It Up says how did your Sunday night pan out? I like The Tony Awards and was very interested in the NBA game, which turned out to be the clincher for Dallas. In a nutshell, ratings had the NBA winning big in head-to-heads with the Tonys. The NBA went from a start of 15.4 million to a 25.4 million. The Tonys peaked at around 9 million but lost viewers along the way.