Last night, Lieberman began playing jujitsu with the charges in prime time.
Also be careful after you sharpen--it's a prime time for cuts, because you've forgotten how sharp knives can be.
But, as with anything on the Web, the highlights are a bit more blue and a lot better than anything scripted for prime time.
The governor, who speaks Tuesday night in prime time, is laying the groundwork for a future White House bid, says Howard Kurtz.
In late-night circles, where some are watching the experiment of putting Leno on the air in prime time with undisguised malice.
In the absence of any other ratings drivers, perhaps Current might consider broadcasting the proceedings in prime time.
It was scheduled for a nation-wide half hour run in prime time on Oct. 27th, 1964.
But overall, this was clearly a candidate, a crowd, and a campaign ready for prime time.
Then, the Kennedys were socked in the jaw when Caroline was deemed, in humiliatingly public fashion, not ready for prime time.
Striptease has moved from the back alleys of bigoted enjoyment into movie theaters, museums, prime time television, the Internet.
(From TV programming) Normal high-usage hours on a time-sharing system; the day shift. Avoidance of prime time was traditionally given as a major reason for night mode hacking. The rise of the personal workstation has rendered this term, along with time-sharing itself, almost obsolete. The hackish tendency to late-night hacking runs has changed not a bit.