The incredible power of ignoring | BlueCarp
The television show Taxi ran from 1978 to 1982 on ABC. During its five year run, it won the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series three times. That is pretty good. I remember it for its cast, which included Andy Kaufman, Tony Danza, Christopher Lloyd , Marilu Henner, Judd Hirsch and, of course, Danny DeVito. Again, that is pretty good. The show's run coincided with my years in middle school and ended when I was a freshmen in high school. So I was pretty young when I watched it with my parents back when we only had three over the air networks, plus PBS. It is one of the few shows I specifically recall watching with my parents as a kid. One particular episode of Taxi really made an impression on me. To this day, I remember how it ended and the harsh lesson it taught. I probably do not remember the details that well, but the ending is vivid. Here is the basic story, as I remember it, some forty years later: One of the cabbies, Bobby Wheeler, was an aspiring actor. Somehow, Bobby made the