Transcript for Instant Index: 'Family Ties' Creator Gary David Goldberg Dead at 68
Our "instant index" starts with a david versus goliath match-up at wimbledon today. Look at this. Portraits of the agony and defeat and the thrill of victory. Rafael nadal and steve darcis. Nadal suffered a stunning defeat in the opening round today. The 12-time grand slam winner lost in straight sets to darcis. And if darcis' name doesn't ring a bell, it's because he's ranked 135th in the world and nadal is fifth. Nadal played with an injured knee, but said after the match, don't blame my knee. Darcis played a fantastic match. And he created one of the most beloved american tv families. I figured that since I'm virtually an adult now, I can call you elise, mom. Who could forget alex p. Keaton on family ties? The role made michael j. Fox a star. And tonight the man who created that sitcom has died. A self-des scribed hippie by the way. Goldburg said his goal was to depict a family ruled by love. He died of brain cancer at the age of 68. And a new clue tonight in the mystery surrounding the death of singer amy winehouse who died nearly two years ago. ♪ remember the toxicology report showed winehouse had lethal amounts of alcohol in her system when she died. But now her brother is speaking out and saying that he believes an eating disorder caused her death, telling a british newspaper, quote, what really killed her was bulimia. He says the disorder made his sister weaker and more susceptible.
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