15 Minutes Are Up for 'Twenty Good Years'

15 Minutes Are Up for
'Twenty Good Years'

20 Good Years

(NBC Photo)

Werner and Henry Teamed Up on a New Sitcom
And Now It's Gone Faster Than the 2006 Red Sox

' "We have to make the best of these 20 good years," [Red Sox owner John] Henry recalls saying.

"Not too long after, Werner came out with the script for a new sitcom that will premiere on NBC this week. The title: 'Twenty Good Years.'

"It may be the first time that two Red Sox owners have jointly dreamed up a television series, but that's only because they have not been at it that long. The two now are so close that they e-mail back and forth for hours during the middle of the night -- astonishing, considering that just five years ago, they barely knew each other, and each harbored his own dream of being the primary face of the team." -- 10.8.06, Behind the scenes, Werner juggles Sox, sitcoms, Boston Globe

Here's an Idea... How About Spending More Time, Energy, and Money
to Make Sure the Boston Red Sox Return to Respectability
Before Another 86 Good Years Go By?

BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

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