Everyone knows that the newest BSG reincarnation is superior to the original. Far superior, in fact. Hotter chicks, better special effects, better writing, better actors, hotter chicks… If you disagree with this, you probably think TV peaked with “Space: 1999.” But, believe it or not, the original series was actually
I’ve come to the conclusion that in order for me to find something funny, it must surprise me. If I can see a punchline coming from a mile away, I’m not going to laugh. It isn’t that I “don’t have a sense of humor” (in quotes because I’ve been told
Dear Mr. Jillette,
On your recent episode of “Penn’s Sunday School,” you admonished us, your listeners, to reach out and contact our heroes while they are still able to answer (my words, not yours). Since my séance machine is in the shop, I figured that I’d better do it while
Yes, folks… it’s that time again. Time for once-famous “celebrities” to strut their stuff on the dance floor in hopes of taking home the coveted prize: a 2nd chance at scraping together a bit of fame and cashing in before the last bits of self respect drip away. Let’s hope
Oh, Elders, fleet and strong and wise, appear before my seeking eyes! Why have you ruined my childhood?
On a whim of misplaced nostalgia, I decided to watch the old “Shazam!” TV show from the 1970s. When I watched it as a
First off, I’ll be blunt: the new name is awful. “SciFi” was a good name. “SyFy” is made of diet fail. Everyone in the world agrees with me, with the possible exception of the few executards that voted to change it for no apparent reason. It looks like it should
Ken Ober, former host of the 80’s MTV game show “Remote Control” (aka bye-bye music videos), was found dead in his home. No cause of death has been released.
“Remote Control” was responsible for spawning the careers of such celebrities as Adam Sandler, Kari Wuhrer, and Colin Quinn. So… yeah.