We went from living in a two bedroom house in Mill Valley to renting a five bedroom house in Georgia. It was conveniently close to where I’d be working and I loved having a room of my own where I could display my collectibles. And of course Mark got to have his own man-cave/home office. In fact, the house was so big that we invited Crystal to come stay with us and she practically had the entire upstairs to herself. Continue reading →
Mark Pitta’s history of imploding under stress had cost him his job at KTVU (a Fox affiliate) in San Francisco. In 2001 the SF Gate reported:
Mark Pitta, co-host since March 1999 of KTVU’s popular “Mornings on 2,” left for what station spokesman Kenny Wardell called “an instant vacation” on Tuesday morning just after arriving on the set. KTVU attempts to reach him have been unsuccessful so far, and he has not reported back to work.