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Since its first broadcast in , the Today show has been a staple of Americans' morning routines. Take a look at photos of the television series that depict its perseverance through its own ups and downs, documenting momentous times in history and culture along the way. She worked as a writer, producer and commentator before moving on to her illustrious career in theater, film and television. Hired to bring lightheartedness to the show, Jack predicted football outcomes on Fridays and reviewed how he did on Mondays after the game. He also performed sketches and even fell into the Trevi Fountain once for laughs. The Today show was tanking in its first year.
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The commercial debuted on October 1, , and was re-aired multiple times, most notably during Super Bowl XIV in The second commercial won a Clio Award for being one of the best television commercials of During its planning and filming stages, McCann Erickson , the advertising agency that created the commercial, used the working title "Mean Joe Greene". The commercial's set-up and payoff is classic simple advertising. After sustaining an injury during a football game, Greene is limping alone into the tunnel toward the Steelers' locker room when a young boy played by Tommy Okon comes up behind him offering his help, which Greene declines.

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