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Post by kosovohp on Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:52 am

Bill Oakley (born February 27, 1966)[1] is an American television writer and producer. Oakley and Josh Weinstein became best friends and writing partners at high school; Oakley then attended Harvard University and was Vice President of the Harvard Lampoon. He worked on several short term media projects, including writing for the variety show Sunday Best, but was then unemployed for a long period.

Oakley and Weinstein eventually penned a spec script for Seinfeld, after which they wrote "Marge Gets a Job", an episode of The Simpsons. Subsequently, the two were hired to write for the show on a permanent basis in 1992. After they wrote episodes such as "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)", "Bart vs. Australia" and "Who Shot Mr. Burns?", the two were appointed executive producers and showrunners for the seventh and eighth seasons of the show. They attempted to include several emotional episodes focusing on the Simpson family, as well as several high-concept episodes such as "Homer's Enemy", "Two Bad Neighbors" and "The Principal and the Pauper", winning three Primetime Emmy Awards for their work.

After they left The Simpsons, Oakley and Weinstein created Mission Hill. The show was plagued by promotional issues and was swiftly canceled. They worked as consulting producers on Futurama, then created The Mullets in 2003. The two wrote several unsuccessful TV pilots, and were due to serve as showrunners on Sit Down, Shut Up in 2009. Oakley left the project over a contract dispute. He has since written for The Cleveland Show, without Weinstein. Oakley is married to fellow writer Rachel Pulido.

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Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal through in Qatar Open


Federer is a previous winner of the Qatar Open
World number two Roger Federer produced a stunning trick shot as he advanced to round two of the Qatar Open with a 7-6 (7-3) 6-3 win over Thomas Schoorel.
Federer had to save three set points when trailing the 21-year-old Dutch qualifier 5-4 in the opening set.
Having won the set and with a 5-2 lead in the second, Federer was facing the baseline when he flicked a shot through his legs for a winner into the corner.
World number one and top seed Rafael Nadal coasted past Karol Beck 6-3 6-0.
Nadal, seeking his first win in Doha, led 3-0 in the first set then broke Beck all three times in the next but insisted: "It was not an easy match. But I started well and kept playing well. I think I gave a good performance."
The 24-year-old Spaniard, who won three Grand Slams in 2010, added: "I try to do better every day and be consistent."
Meanwhile Federer, winner of this tournament in 2005 and 2006, reeled off five points in a row to level the score at 5-5 and then took advantage of three long returns by Schoorel to take the set on a tie-break.

It's one of the best shots again of my career, one I'm going to look back and smile, of course
Roger Federer
The 29-year-old, winner of 16 Grand Slam titles, broke serve for the first time in the match in the fourth game of the second set before thrilling the crowd with his trademark trick shot and swiftly completing victory.
Federer has previously unveiled the shot between the legs, also known as a "Tweener", at the last two US Opens, at last year's Shanghai Masters and at the 2007 Dubai Open.
"It's one of the best shots again of my career, one I'm going to look back and smile, of course," he said of the latest example.
"In the first set, he played really well. This player has quality. I got confidence when I saved those set points. Then I picked up my game."
Next up for the Swiss maestro is compatriot Marco Chiudinelli, who beat Reda El Amrani 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 6-3.
In other matches, fifth seed Ernests Gulbis of Latvia beat Romanian Victor Hanescu 6-3 7-6 (7-6) and eighth-seeded Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany defeated Andreas Seppi of Italy 6-2 6-4.

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