I enjoyed Robert Wuhl's "Assume The Position 201" so much when it debuted this weekend on HBO that I invited him to talk about it today on my KMOX show. We talked about what he calls "the stories that made up America and the stories America made up" and challenging what we thought we knew.
I also asked him about his work on the 1982 series "Police Squad" (which begat the "Naked Gun" movies), why he was only in the first "Batman" movie, and the movie that cable made famous -- "Hollywood Knights."
Since Wuhl is a longtime friend of Barry Bonds, I couldn't help but wonder if there's such a thing as a "lighter side" to Bonds and if he thinks the criticism of Bonds is deserved.
If you haven't seen Wuhl's "Assume The Position 201," scan the HBO schedule for one of the many times they're repeating it over the next month.
At this point, HBO hasn't committed to a third "Assume The Position" special, but they should -- and they should press Wuhl to do more than one a year.