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3. The Honeymooners (1955-6)

by John Greco

My parents and I moved to Bensonhurst when I was three days shy of my eleventh birthday. Like the Kramden’s we were a blue collar family and lived in an old apartment house. 1,584 more words

Top 80 Greatest Television Shows

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The Honeymooners is my third entry in Wonders in the Dark's TV Countdown.

Day Five: Sit Com Characters and Stage Fright

How would your life be different if you were just a little like your favorite sit com personality?  If you could be any sit com character, who would it be?  1,540 more words

The Orville (2017)

This review is going to be more of a quick look than a full review, because we’ve not seen the whole show yet. I do want to see the whole show despite its mixed reception, but right now its that mixed reception that’s proving interesting to me. 1,180 more words


More Tie-Ins: TV Shows & John Wayne comics!

Novelizations and comic book adaptations in the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s weren’t limited to motion pictures alone. Television provided a large array of material to be novelized and turned into comics. 769 more words

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How Many People Has it Been Now? Sitcoms and the Over Sexualization of Our Culture

Now, don’t get me wrong – I love a good sitcom. I’m all about that mindless entertainment to get me through those days when I really don’t want to exist. 1,522 more words


Halal in the Family

Comedian and Daily Show alum Aasif Mandvi created the 4-part web series, Halal in the Family, in 2015 as a way to use comedy and creativity to combat negative stereotypes of Muslim Americans. 154 more words