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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - James Burrows
In the beginning, there was Lucille Ball. She defined TV comedy six decades ago. Then came another towering figure, who arrived in 1974 with "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and now, dozens of sitcoms later, keeps making history. But even after all this time, James Burrows isn't a household name.
The notion that TV viewers need another awards show may be laughable.