Links to the past with relevance today:
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: In 2017, Antiques Roadshow declined to air an appraisal of a flag said to be from PT-109 because it was too difficult to determine provenance. If it's really from Kennedy's PT-109 — and the story is elaborate, and personally involves Kennedy — it could be worth a million dollars.
EW: Living legend Rita Moreno is among those who will receive career-topping honors at AFI Fest.
POLITICO: Trump has ordered a $300M ad blitz to convince Americans that COVID-19 — which continues to rage and is likely to have a resurgence in the winter months — is defeated. The feel-good ads were paid for dubiously, and will feature such relevant celebrities as (checks notes) Dennis Quaid. CeCe Winans, who is also a part of the ad campaign, is already distancing herself from Trump over this.
GR8ERDAYS ON INSTAGRAM: A sizzling series of Aldo Ray pics!
TIME LIFE: If you're into Dolly Parton, Time Life just released Dolly: The Ultimate Collection — Deluxe Edition, which includes 35 hours of content. You get star-studded episodes of her variety shows, episodes of The Porter Wagoner Show, Christmas songs, rare TV appearances and much more.
THR: Juliette Greco, French singer, dies at 93:
SOCIALITE LIFE: Jason Priestley gives an update on co-star Shannen Doherty's cancer battle:
“Shannen is a real tough girl. Shannen’s a fighter, and she’s always been a fighter, and I know she’ll continue to fight as hard as she can.”
THR: The cast of Father of the Bride (1991) reunited, in character, for a Zoomed-up Father of the Bride 3-ish to celebrate the wedding of Kieran Culkin's character. This is actually, creatively good: