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The Top Ten 1980’s (U.S.) sit-coms

It takes a lot to make a stew
A pinch of salt and laughter, too
A scoop of kids to add the spice
A dash of love to make it nice, and you’ve got…

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The Real World: Portland

The last month has been nothing but drama at my house. If I wanted this much drama in my life, I’d have stayed in the theater–Shakespeare’s got a much better vocabulary than we do around here.   389 more words

Lazy 100

I was sick from Saturday through Tuesday…I was unable to sleep much…so I ended up doing some binge watching Netflix.  I watched the last few seasons of Rules of Engagement a mildly amusing sitcom that lasted seven seasons and had just enough episodes to make it to syndication. 658 more words


Pilot Season: The IT Crowd (US)


The Insert Witty Name Show has been retooled! Welcome to Pilot Season, the show where we look at first and sometimes only episodes of TV shows! 60 more words


Saint George, poem by Sylvia Riojas Vaughn (Celebrity Free Verse Poetry Series)

by Sylvia Riojas Vaughn

George Lopez
looking to secure eternal glory
Tied one on last night,
trying to sleep it off
on the casino floor… 246 more words


Haircuts, couches & mild dysfunction: Why "Must See TV" must always be comfy.

Pablum or gold? Both.

The most watched show on broadcast TV is The Big Bang Theory. A few weeks ago each of its primary cast inked deals worth a million dollars per episode. 686 more words

The Burdening Boring Theory

Back in August of 2012, I had, through a rant-worthy review, pointed out the redundancies of the How I Met Your Mother story-line and had predicted a sad outcome in case that path was followed. 1,932 more words