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Who said you can't coin your own term? What is "Boning the Fish"? It's a moment. A defining moment when you know that your favorite TV Show, Celebrity, Movie Series or Music Group has reached its peak. That instant you know from now on...it's all downhill. Some call it a climax of sorts. We call it "Boning the fish". From that moment on things will simply never be the same.

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Family Guy - TV Shows
Yeah, it's run it's course and should be axed. But it did have some laugh out loud moments. My fav is when the family was watching Happy Days. Richie, his sister, and mom and dad are eating breakfast and our of nowhere Richie says, "I really like Potsie." Nobody says anything and Richie says, "I mean I REALLY like Potsie." Nobody looks up from their food but the dad says calmly, "You have a homosexual attachment to your best friend. We KNOW." That was so freakin' funny because anyone who ever saw Happy Days was thinking that Richie and Potsie polished each other's banana. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on December 13, 2014, 5:54 am

Oprah Winfrey Show, The - TV Shows
If I do have to give Oprah one bit of respect for anything, it's for not going along with the trash talk show explosion in the mid-late 90's like Springer, Maury, and such went along with. -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on December 11, 2014, 2:20 pm

Goldbergs, The - TV Shows
The funniest character is the middle kid, Barry. He wants to be a rap star, calls himself Big Tasty and throws hissy fits when someone points out that he can't rap, and he's rich, Jewish and white, not a poor black kid from the 'hood. I thought the mother was too overprotective to be real until I remembered my own mother talking my football coach into cutting me from the team because I was such a delicate boy. It's a fun and funny show and seems pretty real. The dad strips to his boxers the second he walks in the door from work and parks his ass in his comfy chair in front of the TV. That was my dad! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on December 10, 2014, 4:22 pm

Freaky Links - TV Shows
This was the year 2000 and every high school and college kid in the country was scouring the web for unusual and creepy sites. A friend told me about freakylinks.com and I was intrigued. It looked crappy as hell, like some kid did it, but it told a great story about this guy searching through the paranormal world for his brother's killer. NOWHERE did it say it wasn't real or operated by Fox. Several months after the site became popular, Fox launched the TV show. At first they claimed it was a realty-type show featuring Derek Barnes. When millions of kids recognized Derek as being Ethan Embry (Mark from the teen-cult hit Empire Records) Fox said it was BASED on the real Derek Barnes. When it came out there IS NO Derek Barnes, Fox quickly cancelled the show and never spoke of it again. Pretty scummy, Fox! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on December 10, 2014, 4:12 pm

Cosby Show, The - TV Shows
Glad to see the old JTS comments here! -- Submitted By: (Chubby Rain) on December 10, 2014, 2:05 pm

Freaky Links - TV Shows
When this show was on the air I was still young enough to think it might be real. After all the freakylinks.com website was real, right? And this Derek kid, real dude living somewhere in Florida, right? I was devastated when I learned that it was all fake, I even tried to send Derek money to help his investigation. I hope the Fox exec responsible for this burns in hell. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on December 9, 2014, 8:36 am

Goldbergs, The - TV Shows
Very funny show that really took off during its second season. It's is a tribute to smothers everywhere, Jewish, gentile, white, black, orange or blue, and a tribute to all the kids who suffered through childhood with crazy overprotective mothers! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on December 9, 2014, 8:30 am

Bobs Burgers - TV Shows
Very funny show, laugh out loud funny! Unlike the Simpsons, American Dad, and Family Guy, the dad here is realistic. He's not stupid, not a loser, and not a nut case, just an average guy who loves his lousy burger joint and his family. The situations are realistic, like when Bob tries his best to keep his cool but ends up cussing out some jerk, or when he gets his feelings hurt by his kids but never shows it, just locks himself in the bathroom and cries. The funny parts come from the dialogue, not stupid sitcom pranks, it's a very smart show and you have to pay attention to get the jokes. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on December 3, 2014, 4:44 pm

Flintstones, The - TV Shows
I miss you,too, Shanequia! Hope Shanequia's here under a different name.. to Pelijoro's comment that opened this entry-"there was no real angst for any of the characters here"-ever see the cop begging the chief of police in Season 2's "The mailman cometh" on his hands and knees (after a subplot involving the cop-it was an actual Honeymooners borrow of the old "too-hasty" nasty letter to the boss). I think the first poster hasn't seen the first two seasons, though he,too, enjoys the show. It also wasn't drawn like the final seasons or like "Scooby-Doo"(the spinoffs sure were,though.). The earlier were like animated cartoons and there was more angst..see the first season dinosaur racing one where Fred and Barney cry over their bet dino "Sabertooth" losing and Fred gets beaten up and has trouble convincing Wilma of it!(LOL). Shanequia, hello to if you're under an alias..I've been on here as long as you guys.. -- Submitted By: (PokeyJHorse) on December 1, 2014, 12:25 am

Allen Gregory - TV Shows
Gay rape jokes featuring a 7 year old boy, his gay step dad who is being held against his will and sexually abused by Allen's father who is a viciously evil businessman and world-class pervert. Put that on during family hour and what could go wrong? Jonah Hill is one sick puppy for even thinking up this steaming pile of crap. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on November 30, 2014, 8:59 am

Batman (1966) - TV Shows
First off, Batman isn't "campy." Campy is when you laugh at something intended to be taken seriously but which comes off as corny or just plain stupid. Batman was a deliberate lampoon and subtle satire. (Subtle enough to have kids taking it totally seriously, anyway). Why it was so successful among comic and non-comic fans alike was because it wasn't making fun of comics, it was simply presenting the established comic book form in live-action format. That juxtaposition alone makes for some humor. For example, in comics we take lettered sound-effects completely for granted. (And the "CRASH!", "BAM!", "WHAM!" are present even in the most seriously handled titles.) They serve to expand on what is inherently a silent medium; like the dialogue balloons, they add the "third dimension" of "sound" to the two-dimensions of the printed pages' art. All the Batman TV show did was keep the comic book practice in, and the redundancy adds humor without mocking the original. It was cleverly artistic if you ask me. Ang Lee tried to do something similar in his Hulk movie, with less than successful results, but it was interesting and didn't interfere with the drama. In fact, the show was quite faithful to the comic book. You had all the characters present (Alfred was even ressurected from his death in the comics); you had all the villains (in the comics before then, Batman was only fighting extradimensional aliens and monsters, not his classic rogues gallery from the Golden Age); and you had the batcave and the batmobile, both handled with expert style and creativity. Bruce even mentions his parents' murder as his motivation for crime-fighting, and Commisioner Gordon tells why Batman uses the bat motif to strike fear into criminals. It's all there. Instead of Batman being panned as a "non-serious" handling of the character, it should be congratulated for its faithfulness AND for saving the character. Batman comics were selling badly then, on the verge of cancellation. Before Batman premiered, the comics sold "only" about 300,000 copies per month (a number today's publishers wished they had). After Adam West donned the cowl, monthly sales shot up to over a million. Holy (Cash) Cow, Batman! -- Submitted By: () on November 27, 2014, 2:07 am

Avatar: The Last Airbender - TV Shows
Easily the best American animated show with an overall story arc (having a clear beginning, middle and end, as opposed to the concept of endless episodic installments). Okay, it was animated in Korea, but the idea was conceieved and written by Americans. In any case, it's the finest representation that good stories, characters, and action need not be live-action to be good or taken seriously. Case in point: Why did Avatar's creators think that any any live-action adaptation (or rather, live-action/CGI hybrid) could be better what they'd already achieved? As animators, why would they of all people believe that a live-action Avatar would be the ultimate achievement expression of their idea? Anyway, the Shyamalan Disaster certainly sure opened their eyes about that.(Although, their later "Legend of Korra" managed to suck without any help from bad Hollywood directors). -- Submitted By: (SimonWilliams) on November 27, 2014, 1:33 am

Adventures of Superman, The - TV Shows
George Reeves is, was, and always will be THE best and only Superman. Nowadays, Warner Brothers is ashamed of the Superman name, costume, and ideal. May as well not call them "Supermen," though, since subsequent "Men of Steel" have displayed far less than the pinnacle of moral behavior on-screen. They either brainwash their supposed loved ones, spy on them with their x-ray vision, or contribute to widescale death and destruction through careless action then murder their adversaries in the name of heroism. No thanks. George was a hero on and off the screen, supporting his co-stars to the point of putting his job on the line to ensure they had adequate screen-time (or in the case of Robert Shane, keep him from being blackballed), and always willing to lend a hand to any member of the cast and crew. The nature of George's death doesn't diminish his contributions in life one bit. It is sad, however, that even in the light of Toni Mannix's confession, the suicide lie persists. She ADMITTED she had her mobster husband kill George out of jealousy over his impending married to Lenore Lemmon. Though they got away with murder because they controlled the cops, Toni lamented her going to hell over it afterward, as well she should. I think it's about time that the man who embodied truth and justice be given a little of it himself. -- Submitted By: (SimonWilliams) on November 27, 2014, 1:03 am

Hercules: The Animated Series - TV Shows
robert they must hire from fanfiction.net -- Submitted By: () on November 23, 2014, 9:14 am

Card Sharks - TV Shows
Wanted to add on my previous thoughts, the 2001 version is till probably the worst revival of any game show ever. Pat Bullard is the living stereotype of the scharmy, corny game show host who doesn't care about the contestants and is just filling time until payday. The game play was completely ruined, with only one row of cards and those annoying Clip Chips. Oh, and the bonus round was horrible as well, making the contestants gamble away all of their winnings instead of keeping it like before. I did like the set though, as it was attractive and looked like a casino. I'd love to see the show come back though, with the old rules, although maybe make it trivia-based instead of survey-based. Finally, I've caught some Bill Rafferty episodes on YouTube, and he might be one the most underrated game show hosts ever. Maybe a bit too "New Yorkish" for some people, but he was funny, knew the game, and was warm with the contestants. RIP Bill, thanks for your service. -- Submitted By: (BBulaga75) on November 19, 2014, 2:06 pm

Night Court - TV Shows
Great great show during its prime. Harry Anderson and John Larroquette are one of the more underrated comedy duos in TV history, and the show itself was so well-written. It was hilarious, had great gags and lines (I'm keeping a list of Dan Fielding's put-downs just in case I ever need them in real life), and although were a few exceptions, it could also be touching and thought-provoking without being sappy or preachy. It's too bad we'll never see anything like ever again. -- Submitted By: () on November 19, 2014, 2:01 pm

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo - TV Shows
She reminds me of Shirley Temple if she really let herself go. And I guess there is a god now that they canceled this stupid show. I don't know why anyone would have wanted to watch this tripe anyway. -- Submitted By: (JayD) on November 19, 2014, 12:53 am

Malcolm in the Middle - TV Shows
The Way It Should Have Ended: Frances and Piama move to Utah and join a polygamist cult. They live unhappily with 4 sister-wives and a pig named Lois. There is a lot of jealousy. Reese becomes famous after winning back-to-back Iron Chef competitions but still has no friends. He is addicted to online sex chat rooms where he uses the nickname DarthDong. He appears on cam bare ass naked except for a a Darth Vader helmet and performs perverted stunts with small appliances and occasionally fruit. Reese is very happy with his life. Malcolm flunks out of Harvard and becomes an alcoholic private detective. He is hired by Hal to investigate Dewey, who has become very eccentric and weird. Malcolm follows Dewey to an old warehouse and discovers the severed heads of 6 people floating in jars. He recognizes one as belonging to Jamie, his youngest brother who mysteriously disappeared when he was 6 years old. Dewey gets the drop on him and Malcolm becomes head number 7 in the collection. Dewey is very happy with his life and teaches music at his old middle school. He has a cat named Mittens The Kitten. -- Submitted By: () on November 18, 2014, 5:07 pm

Wonder Years, The - TV Shows
The way it should have ended: Winnie runs off to Chicago with Wayne where he becomes a crooked cop and she gains 372 pounds and has a heart attack and dies. Mr. Arnold converts the basement to a meth lab and becomes a drug czar, Mrs. Arnold buys a car wash to launder the money. They retire at ages 60 and 62 and live happily ever after on their own tropical island with the 10 gazillion dollars they made from meth. Upon hearing that Winnie ran away with Wayne, Kevin seeks comfort from Paul. He realizes he wasted all of the those years trying to score with The Coop when Paul was willing to put out for him. The two of them get married, adopt 3 kids and start a successful chain of car washes, the first one being a wedding present from Kev's mom. Final voice-over: "Yeah, Paul was no Coop in the looks department but he was great in the sack and he was loyal, something that bitch Winnie never was, I mean Wayne? Really? Wayne? I hear she died. Good riddance, bitch. Enjoy hell." (theme music: I Get by With a Little Help from My Friends) Credits roll over a shot of Kevin and Paul riding bikes with their kids and laughing. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on November 18, 2014, 8:58 am

Teen Titans Go! - TV Shows
Teen Titans is revived. Only this time, they turned the main characters into self parodies and/or complete morons. The villains? They've been turned into embarrassing jokes. For example, Trigon, Raven's demon father who nearly destroyed the Earth, is now this awkward dad figure. The "Beast Boy is such an idiot" schtick got old fast, and they keep using it. Cyborg seems to have been replaced by a Valley Girl in a metal suit. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on November 14, 2014, 1:40 pm

Mega Babies - TV Shows
Being gross doesn't necessarily mean a show's bad. Ren and Stimpy, for example. Being bad makes a show bad. How could anyone think these hideously ugly, disgusting mutant babies were just what the viewers wanted? It's hard to believe the same people who created the Swat Cats created these abominations. They used a dirty diaper as a palette. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on November 14, 2014, 12:11 pm

Quantum Leap - TV Shows
I loved this show! Until the final season when they ran into God, who was apparently a balding overweight bartender in a seedy part of Philadelphia. They had some excellent episodes, my favorite was when Sam leaped into the body of Future Boy on an old 1950's live TV kiddie show. The old man who starred in it was crazy as a loon, it was funny and touching, as were most of the episodes, until, again, the final season, then it sucked balls! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on November 13, 2014, 7:23 pm

Malcolm in the Middle - TV Shows
Best quote EVER about MITM: "Malcolm should have been run over by a bus in season 5." I mean how hateful, snotty and repulsive does a character have to get before they send him to sitcom heaven? -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on November 12, 2014, 8:11 am

Salute Your Shorts - TV Shows
Very good show! It had a lot of obvious sitcom gags but it also had surprisingly touching story lines. Erik MacArthur's character was a popular kid but chose to bond with the misfits. They all protected each other, in between the inevitable fights and pranks. The result was a look at realistic kids acting in realistic and believable ways. It was far superior to the crap that Nick and Disney put on the air today. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on November 12, 2014, 8:07 am

Mythbusters - TV Shows
This show peaked several seasons ago when they were doing hard science and testing the physics behind amazing myths. The best one I remember is when they setup air-driven actuators that drove pistons into the steel framework of an old bridge. They were trying to create a harmonic resonance that would shake the structure apart. It worked, the entire structure began vibrating and swaying but they shut it down before they actually destroyed the bridge. That was cooooool science! These days they do idiotic things like testing the internal temperature of fast food hamburgers. Booooooring! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on November 12, 2014, 7:56 am

Chuck - TV Shows
Future hbrennan - Now that the series has ended (Season 5), I'm glad to say that it wrapped up very nicely (and didn't "drag on" forever). To the cast, writers and fans (who saved the show) - "Thanks, guys!" -- Submitted By: (hbrennan) on November 10, 2014, 10:19 am

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo - TV Shows
Good riddance to the show, and the fact that the mom was dating a convicted child molester makes me want to vomit. -- Submitted By: (cartooner) on November 4, 2014, 7:04 pm

Father Knows Best - TV Shows
spacer, I liked the show too- and I always thought the interaction between the parents Jim and Margaret was cool. Still, I have to admit that it might have been better had it ended a few years earlier when poor Kitten went through rather awkward teens [though, it turns out they were FAR less traumatic onscreen than off for her]. -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on November 4, 2014, 10:23 am

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo - TV Shows
I couldn't change the channel fast enough when the COMMERCIALS for it flashed by. To each their own but IMO what a NASTY show this was and I feel sorry for the poor girl who was badly exploited by her so called parents AND this network. Yeah, I'm relieved they cancelled it [and what a rotten thing her so called mother did to her and her sister] but why did this network ever air this in the first place? TLC USED to be The Learning Channel and I can recall when it showed FANTASTIC actual documentaries about NASA and the space program. Is it too much to hope that they may start working back toward their former quality programming? -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on November 4, 2014, 10:16 am

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo - TV Shows
Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey hey, good bye! -- Submitted By: (Robert) on November 3, 2014, 9:05 pm

Seaquest DSV - TV Shows
Poor Jonathan Brandis. Another child actor who was used up by Hollywood and spit out and abandoned after reaching adulthood. His story is all too familiar, a fanatical stage mother who made a fortune on the back of her talented son, an industry that marketed his boyish good looks and a bone-crushing rejection after he grew up. In case anyone does not know, Jonathan committed suicide at the age of 27, broke and alone. The millions he made in movies and TV shows was gone by the time he turned 21, thanks to his greedy mother and crooked agents. He tried for years to make a comeback but no one would hire a no-longer cute, has-been former child star. This sad story is unfortunately very common. If you would like to help people like Jonathan, please visit the excellent website, A Minor Consideration. It's an ongoing project to help child actors transition away from show business into meaningful adult lives. It's run by Paul Peterson, a former child star who made successful movies, was a popular teen heart-throb and recording artist and played the young son on the Donna Reed show for a decade. His story is exactly like Jonathan's except he manged to pull himself up and find a new life after years of poverty and rejection. http://www.minorcon.org -- Submitted By: (spacer) on November 1, 2014, 8:33 am

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo - TV Shows
Good riddance to this godawful piece of slop. It's about time the decision-makers at TLC used their heads for something other than keeping their ears apart. -- Submitted By: (BigAl) on October 30, 2014, 9:14 am

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo - TV Shows
This show being cancelled is literally the best news I've run across in months, maybe years. The human race has taken a significant step forward. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on October 29, 2014, 7:16 pm

Eerie, Indiana - TV Shows
Eerie is getting super popular again. There's a new line of comics coming out and maybe an updated TV show. Long live Marshall Teller and Dash X. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on October 29, 2014, 4:52 pm

Boy Meets World - TV Shows
Spacer, perfect ending! Perfect! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on October 29, 2014, 4:49 pm

Middle, The - TV Shows
Serial killer Brick, that's hysterical because it's true! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on October 29, 2014, 4:43 pm

Unhappily Ever After - TV Shows
I LOVED this show, and yes, Ross Malloy was one twisted bag of nuts, along with his dad. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on October 29, 2014, 4:41 pm

Phil of the Future - TV Shows
I heard the same thing about the underage sex charge, no wonder Disney dumped him and his career disappeared. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on October 29, 2014, 4:40 pm

Father Knows Best - TV Shows
Yeah, the name thing is absolutely correct. Jim and Margaret were the parents, the girls were Betty and Kathy, and the son was called Bud because he was named Jim,l after the old man, he was James Anderson, Jr. And if you don't mind my saying so, a complete dumb ass! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 29, 2014, 10:22 am

Quantum Leap - TV Shows
Unlike a lot of people, I hated this show. I stuck with the first season, but it quickly became evident that this wasn't really SF, it was "Touched by a Leaper" dressed up in SciFi drag. -- Submitted By: (gcronau) on October 28, 2014, 2:55 pm

West Wing, The - TV Shows
This showed never boned, but it did decline after season 4 when Sorkin left. However, personally, I consider this the best show *ever* produced for TV. -- Submitted By: (gcronau) on October 28, 2014, 12:39 pm

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo - TV Shows
DADA LUP! DADA LUP! DADA LUP! DADA LUP! DADA LUP! I have GOOD NEWS to report! Here Comes Honey Boo Boo is HISTORY! Due to a scandal TLC has CANCELLED this POS. GOOD RIDDANCE!!! -- Submitted By: (Regulus) on October 25, 2014, 9:31 pm

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo - TV Shows
TLC cancelled this travesty after Mama June announced plans to marry a convicted child molester who spent the last 10 tears in prison. She seemed stunned. I guess it would have been OK if she just married her uncle like good white trash do, oh wait, he's a child molester, too! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 25, 2014, 11:02 am

Sons of Guns - TV Shows
Two more people from this show arrested for beating their kid. Seriously, end reality shows now. Stop giving these awful people a stage. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on October 25, 2014, 9:45 am

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo - TV Shows
Holy crap. The show is (finally!) canceled because the land-whale mother has hooked up with a man that molested her daughter "Chickadee". So much for all that PR about what good parents these people are. "Mama June" is as disgusting on the inside as she is on the outside. When will these networks learn to stop making these reality shows? They're now stuck with an entire season of episodes that they can't air. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on October 25, 2014, 9:09 am

Crazy Ones, The - TV Shows
RIP Robin, you made a huge difference in my life. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 24, 2014, 2:50 pm

Invaders, The - TV Shows
Great show, starring the classy David Thinnes as an architect who stumbles upon the fact that Earth is under invasion. He then devotes his life to hunting down the aliens who have taken human form. This was a very intelligent and well written show, in the style of The Fugitive. You never knew who the invaders were until they turned your brain into mush with their little hand held device. No big splashy sci-fi FX, ray guns or monsters, just plain old fashioned story telling and great acting. This show scared the living piss out of me when I first saw it. I was 12 and my dad brought home the DVD set. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 24, 2014, 2:46 pm

Family Matters - TV Shows
I went back and voted for Urkel. Initially, Urkel was used as a cheap gag in one episode of this show about a working class Cosbyesque family. As time went on, this show kept skinning the fish with Myrtle Urkel, the Urkel dance, Urkelbot, the special guest stars (what are the odds that Johnny Gill would come in contact with Urkel and friends), Stephan Urquelle, the Teleportation pad, cloning machine, time machine and finale. Urkel should have never appeared on this show which was already bad from day one. Even Urkel went through his stages; he went from being a stalking pest to Laura Winslow to being a mature grown adult. Granted, the show never would have survived without Urkel, but he's what truly made this show a very cheap imitation of One Day At A Time. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on October 23, 2014, 2:26 pm

Even Stevens - TV Shows
"The show that launched Shia LaBeouf" Reason enough to hate it! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 23, 2014, 2:15 pm

American Restoration - TV Shows
Tyler is a paint sniffing weirdo who used to be smart but seems more bizarre every episode. What's next Ty? You gonna show up with 3 hair colors instead of two and braided pubes? Almost never see Brently any more (Yay!) and Cowboy should be fired because of the way he mouths off at Rick. I still watch it because of Rick Dale, he's awesome cool and a freaking genuis. He can restore anything. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 23, 2014, 2:13 pm

Pawn Stars - TV Shows
I love Rick Harrison but the rest of those obnoxious turds should be flushed and forgotten! Lose all the staged gags with Corey, Chum, and the Old Man, in fact lose all 3 of them. Let Rick do his thing and wheel and deal for the whole show. I also love the experts, especially Jesse the guitar guy and Rebecca the book lady. The art guy is sorta prissy but seems OK. He's a lot better than Corey or Chum! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 23, 2014, 2:07 pm

Phil of the Future - TV Shows
I heard it was cancelled because Ricky Ullman got into some serious trouble. An underage fan (a boy) made sex allegations against him and Disney had to pay to get the case dropped. They didn't care that the show was popular, they just wanted Ullman gone. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 23, 2014, 1:57 pm

Unhappily Ever After - TV Shows
I thought I was the only one who liked this show. Ross gave Mr. Floppy to his dad I think, because he knew the bunny would get the old man in deep shit with the family, which it did. Ross was portrayed as the lonely, forgotten youngest child who craved attention but secretly he was plotting against everyone else. Mr. Floppy left porn laying around, who got the blame? Dad! Ross set fire to the high school, who did they blame? Ryan, the older brother! Ross was a criminal mastermind genius and probably crazy as a loon. Weird and funny, this was no Married With Children clone. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 23, 2014, 1:51 pm

Hello, Larry - TV Shows
I never liked Colonel Blake on MASH and was glad to see McLean Stevenson go on to one of the most spectacular career suicides ever! Hello Larry was one of a half dozen epic fails for the actor who quietly slipped from the public view while Colonel Potter (the immortal Harry Morgan) lead the 4077th on to greater glory. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 22, 2014, 7:52 am

Munsters Today, The - TV Shows
This was the worst show EVER! 72 episodes, really?? Should have been cancelled half way through the opening credits of episode 1! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 21, 2014, 9:04 am

Middle, The - TV Shows
Axl is dumb as a post, Sue is insane, Brick is serial killer material, and mom and dad are oblivious to it all. Sue's old "boyfriend" Brad keeps getting more over-the-top gay every day but gets his feelings hurt if anyone suggests he might like boys. Throw in Grandpa Big Mike and Mike's creepy ass brother and you have the weirdest family ever on TV short of the Addams Family. It somehow all works and is usually hysterical. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 21, 2014, 8:55 am

Boy Meets World - TV Shows
The way the show SHOULD have ended: Topanga and Angela announce they are in love with each other and move to Miami Beach. Shawn and Corey realize they have been in love since 7th grade and move to Los Vegas together. Shawn gets a job as a stripper and Corey enrolls in florist school. One night when Eric is in town, all three boys hear something outside Corey and Shawn's love shack and discover Mr. Feeny peeking through the bedroom window, naked. Eric, Corey, and Shawn beat him to death and bury the body in the backyard. Corey later plants rose bushes on the grave. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 21, 2014, 8:46 am

Bates Motel - TV Shows
I was very skeptical of the whole prequel set a half century after the main story BUT it works! Just ignore the relationship to the classic movie and enjoy the show. The acting is very, very good and the story line is amazing as we watch sweet young Norman becoming more and more crazy and more and more fascinated by death and more and more obvious in his sexual desires for his mother. Good TV! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 21, 2014, 8:35 am

Sam & Cat - TV Shows
I can be a bit of a conspiracy theorist at times and I really honestly think that 'Sam & Cat' was AG's little insurance policy if the new CD flopped. You know, CD flops, well there's always the show she could fall back on. It seems to me that when her music career started really getting some steam going, that's when we started hearing about trouble on the set. Just a theory. -- Submitted By: (Friedrich_Feuerstein) on October 19, 2014, 5:51 pm

Bates Motel - TV Shows
This show is entertaining but you have to suspend belief and go with it, as it has to exist in an alternate universe where the movie was never made. -- Submitted By: (innerralph) on October 18, 2014, 9:18 pm

Saved by the Bell - TV Shows
Season 2 changes everything with this show. Zack finally hooked up with Kelly and his rivalry with Slater was gone. Slater gave in to the belief that he would never have Kelly, so he paired off with Jessie. Worst of all, Max left the show and everything that made the first season work was out the door. Screech went from being very smart to a doofus impersonating Shaggy from Scooby Doo. Yet, somehow Screech was still the valedictorian of Bayside. There were so many things that bugged me about this show. Kelly is supposed to be the Marilyn Monroe of Bayside, but almost no one pursues her. What made Zack so popular? In reality, I could see him keeping Screech around to do his homework, it made no sense for Screech to stick around when he was constantly put down by his "friend". Also, there is no way a Kelly Kapowski would have a neurotic Jessie Spano by her side. I have two questions for the SBTB screenwriters. How did Principal Belding get on Zack's bed in that one episode? That's all kinds of wrong. Lastly, how did Zack graduate from Bayside not once but twice? Did they really expect us to believe the slimy conman matured over the seasons? -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on October 16, 2014, 8:17 pm

Call of the Wildman - TV Shows
This show has been exposed as being fake and abusive to animals. As if it wasn't obvious already. http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2014/01/animal-abuse-drugs-call-of-the-wildman-animal-planet -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on October 15, 2014, 5:55 pm

Leave It To Beaver - TV Shows
Funniest (and filthiest) inadvertent line from this 50's - 60's iconic show: "You go ahead without me June, I'll stay here and pack the boys' fudge." Referring to a school bake sale. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 15, 2014, 8:33 am

Two and a Half Men - TV Shows
From "Don't Miss TV" to "Must Miss TV". It's about time they put this one to rest. -- Submitted By: (jimdcarter) on October 13, 2014, 3:33 pm

Eerie, Indiana - TV Shows
It's a cult thing. I saw a kid at the mall wearing a Marshall Teller t-shirt and asked if that was for the alt. band or the TV show and he said the TV show! He never heard of the band. God bless Netflix and Hulu! -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on October 10, 2014, 9:01 pm

Modern Family - TV Shows
LOL, spacer! Her hair was actually jet black and got more blonde every season. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on October 10, 2014, 8:58 pm

Sons of Tucson - TV Shows
I remember this show. I wondered why it was cancelled so quickly, it seemed pretty funny o me! -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on October 10, 2014, 8:57 pm

Modern Family - TV Shows
What's with Gloria's hair? In the first seasons she has beautiful dark brown hair. It started getting lighter and lighter and now she's practically a blonde. I think her role is totally demeaning to women, particularly Latinas. She's a scatterbrained bombshell who manipulates men with her looks. Her son Manny is so repulsive I don't know where to begin. Everyone else is awesome! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 9, 2014, 8:35 am

Malcolm in the Middle - TV Shows
I lost interest when they turned Reese into a total moron. The first few seasons he was very clever and as smart as Malcolm but in a different way. He was a total genius in the kitchen and they should have let him pursue his dream of becoming a chef. Instead they lowered his IQ by about 50 points and gave him demeaning jobs and finally made him into the janitor at his own school, cleaning up the pee and puke of his former classmates. Malcolm should have been run over by a bus in season 5. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 9, 2014, 8:25 am

Eerie, Indiana - TV Shows
I streamed all the episodes of this show and loved them all! I was too young to remember it being on TV but now I'm a huge fan. The episode with Tobey Maguire and the one when Dash X found his maybe space daddy are my favs. Marshall Teller was one awesome kid and his frienemy Dash was totally a rock star! They should have made more of them, can't believe the network cancelled such a high quality show. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 9, 2014, 8:16 am

Sons of Tucson - TV Shows
I agree, this was a very funny, weird and offbeat show. I saw all 19 episodes on Netflix and can't believe Fox cancelled it after only 4 episodes. That was really shortsighted and sucky. Tyler Labine was funny as hell as the faux dad and the boys were funny in a weird way, they were really messed up emotionally but they all bonded and morphed into a pretty cool family unit. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on October 9, 2014, 8:08 am

Good Times - TV Shows
Actually, people who live in government housing DO pay rent. It's usually based on how much income they have and their overall expenses. Food stamps are not blank checks but cover a percentage of a family's food budget, so yeah, a family in government housing and on food stamps still has to pay rent, buy food, clothes for the family and the other assorted expenses we all pay, including utility bills and transportation costs. Before you say they don't pay for public transportation, think again. Public buses are not free and the costs can add up quickly. On average, the one-way fair is 2 dollars. Take the bus to your job and back five days a week and that adds up to 80 dollars a month. If both mom and dad use the bus, it's 160 dollars a month. That's a big chunk of money for poor people. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on October 6, 2014, 11:06 am

Sons of Tucson - TV Shows
Finally, someone remembered this show! Fox did an all out publicity campaign and expected an instant mega-hit and when they didn't get, they cancelled it, after 4 freakin' episodes, come on! Amazingly the ratings weren't half bad. There are plenty of shows that get renewed with numbers a lot lower but Fox wanted another Malcolm in the Middle. They hired lots of MITM alumni including directors and producers Todd Holland and Peter Lauer, writers Michael Glouberman, Matthew Carlson, and Andy Bobrow and producer Justin Berfield who played Reese in MITM. It was a funny show and would have been a hit if allowed to live. I don't know why Fox even bothers, sometimes. If any of the Tucson cast and crew ever see this, good work, guys! You were robbed! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on October 3, 2014, 1:14 pm

Two and a Half Men - TV Shows
You watch 2 and a Half Men to see Charlie Sheen play Charlie Sheen. Without him, there was no show. -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 9:10 pm

Jersey Shore - TV Shows
I actually enjoyed watching this show...when I was hung over...and my brain was running about 50% -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 8:32 pm

Jackass - TV Shows
If it wasn't for the overuse of the testicle stuff, this show would have never boned. -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 8:29 pm

Dragonball Z - TV Shows
The only reason DBZ had so much filler is because the show was being produced while Akira Toriyama was still writing the manga, so they had to drag it out. They eventually released a version called DBZ Kai, which cut out the filler and moved at the same pace as the manga. You were left with 2 or 3 "filler episodes" covered in just one. -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 8:12 pm

Dragon Ball GT - TV Shows
GT was an blatant attempt to milk whatever was left in a successful franchise that had worn out it's welcome. The first 10 episodes were so unpopular in Japan, they compressed them into a single summary episode before airing it in the North American market. They became known as the "Lost Episodes" Thankfully this show didn't last long. -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 8:01 pm

Mystery Science Theater 3000 - TV Shows
The show never boned, but largely because the changes cancelled each other out. I thought Mike was funnier than Joel, but Dr. Forester and Frank were a million times funnier that Pearl and Co. -- Submitted By: (KappaMan) on October 2, 2014, 7:17 pm

Good Times - TV Shows
The big issue with the show, was the family lived in the Government Projects and they made it a problem when it came to paying rent or buying food. But you pay nothing to live in the projects also they got food stamps too. -- Submitted By: () on October 2, 2014, 11:18 am

Girl Meets World - TV Shows
Corey (Ben Savage) is great in it as a middle school teacher who happens to have his daughter, Riley, in his class. Topanga (Danielle Fishel) is a lawyer yet we only see her in the home smiling and shaking her head and playing with their young son, Auggie. If you were a fan of \"Boy Meets World\", you\'ll enjoy seeing Corey and Topanga. Or if you can tolerate typical Disney: Over-acting, exaggerated expressions, etc. -- Submitted By: (Stephanie) on October 1, 2014, 1:21 pm

Clarence - TV Shows
Crappy show with ugly, UGLY characters. Way to air this lump of dung instead of a potentially GOOD cartoon, CN! -- Submitted By: (Robert) on September 30, 2014, 9:01 pm

Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels - TV Shows
I remember seeing this one when I was a kid. I thought it was cool when Captain Caveman was eating things, pulling objects (not always useful) out of his fur, and beating people up; and that it sucked when the girls were fawning and gushing over him ("Oooooohhhhh, Cavey!!"). All in all, though, it was OK. Its being a knock-off of Scooby-Doo didn't bother me much, as there were a BUNCH of those around back in the day. What stood out to me was that it was an obvious (even to nin-year-old me) knock-off of Charlie's Angels, but I don't remember seeing that as a bad thing, just interesting. In retrospect, though, it's clear that it was intended to ride Charlie's coattails to ratings success. -- Submitted By: (Mythigator) on September 28, 2014, 7:24 am

Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels - TV Shows
Boned for rehashing Scooby-Doo. We seen it before: group of teens solving mysteries. -- Submitted By: (scatcatpdx) on September 27, 2014, 1:41 am

Lone Gunmen, The - TV Shows
I would say the Lone Gunmen sucked from the start. While the trio were interesting characters the problem was the show was trying to ride on the coattails of a successful show. -- Submitted By: (scatcatpdx) on September 27, 2014, 1:16 am

Sons of Guns - TV Shows
I know there are a lot of infamous reality shows, but this has got to be the biggest disaster in the history of reality TV. Discovery Channel has wiped the show from its website and is pretending like it never existed. Listen up TV executives-- this is what happens when you stop making real TV shows and decide to pull random rednecks from the hills because you can pay them peanuts on crap reality TV. Occasionally you're going to get some real scumbags like Will Hayden. And you are going to look bad when it blows up in your face. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on September 26, 2014, 3:50 pm

Saved by the Bell: The College Years - TV Shows
I wonder what happened to Zack going to Yale? I thought that would of been the better show. Zack's adventure's at an Ivy Leauge school. He meets new friends, new girls and ect. Instead Zack, Slater and Screech all go to the same school with the same adventures. Then they bring in Kelly and once again it became the Zack and Kelly show. -- Submitted By: (bjohn345) on September 25, 2014, 5:52 pm

Sam & Cat - TV Shows
Lets be honest, once Ariana Grande became a pop star this show was doomed. No wonder Nick milked the show for all it's worth. 35 episodes in one season? If the show was going to have a season two my guess it was going to be without Grande. She had a team of lawyers looking into her contract trying to get out of it. Looking back maybe they should of had the show be around Sam and Jade. -- Submitted By: (bjohn345) on September 25, 2014, 5:41 pm

Big Bang Theory - TV Shows
I still love the show. But Sheldon really gets on my nerves. He ALWAYS has to get his own way! Kind of childish if you ask me. -- Submitted By: (Katzi428) on September 22, 2014, 5:10 pm

Boy Meets World - TV Shows
I totally agree that Corey and Shawn's friendship was what made the show work, when it did work. The longer it ran however, the lamer the stories became and it eventually turned into yet another mindless sitcoms with sex crazed teens trying to get into each otehr's pants. The first coupke of seasons were very well written and acted. After that, not so much. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on September 21, 2014, 12:14 pm

Unhappily Ever After - TV Shows
This was a weird one. The dad had a perverted best friend in the form of his youngest child's stuffed bunny. He was the only one who could hear it talk and often spent hours happily engaged in drinking and porn binges with it. Actually the kid who originally owned it could hear it talk sometimes, too. Mr. Floppy's voice was provided by Bobcat Goldwaithe who was totally believable as a drunken, drugged out, and deranged toy rabbit. The two older kids were generic sitcom teens and actually detracted from the show as they were too normal. The youngest kid however, Ross, (played by Justin Berfield between the ages of 9-13) showed signs of schizophrenia just like his dad. Unfortunately, after the 3rd season, the scripts started featuring more and more of the older kids and the way-too normal mom. I guess having a booze and porn addicted bunny and a schizophrenic dad and son team was too much for TV back there in the 1990's. One good thing about its cancellation, it allowed Justin Berfield to take the role of Reese on Malcolm in the Middle. Ross Malloy and Reese Wilkerson are a LOT alike, both offbeat and quirky and live inside their own private little worlds. Watching Berfield in MITM was like watching a teenage Ross. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on September 21, 2014, 12:08 pm

Star Trek: The Animated Series - TV Shows
Wow! This was on TV way before my time but when I finally got a chance to see it, I was blown away. I mean they got almost all of the original series cast as voice actors and had amazing stories written by the likes of D.C. Fontana and Larry Niven. It's a crime it only lasted for 22 episodes. I'm sure it really stuck out on Saturday mornings in the midst of all the blatantly commercial garbage they pour into kids' heads. An intelligent cartoon? That's way to daring! The little ones might actually start to think for themselves. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on September 21, 2014, 11:44 am

Raising Hope - TV Shows
Garrett Dillahunt in a sitcom? I was skeptical at first and watched out of morbid curiosity, I was sure this thing would go down in flames. To my astonishment, Garrett was very funny even though his appearance in a movie or TV show usually makes my skin crawl since he was always a super creepy bad guy. This was a sweet show and I'm glad it didn't go on for longer than it did, 3 seasons seems just about perfect. I hate to see a basically good show get stale. Cloris Leachman was awesome as always and really added a lot to the show as did the many, many side characters and guests, like Jeffrey Tambor, Stephen Root, and Fred Willard. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on September 21, 2014, 11:31 am

Happy Days - TV Shows
"Remember Spike? -- Submitted By: (JTScomments)" Or as I like to call him "Proto-Chachi" -- Submitted By: (Friedrich_Feuerstein) on September 19, 2014, 11:59 am

Different World, A - TV Shows
Talk about beating a dead horse.. the only good thing about the final season was an appearance by Tupac Shakur.. Most of the cast sticks around after graduation and works at Hillman? The filet-o-fish was finally made when Charmaine and Lance (from the Cosby Show) joined the cast in the final season -- Submitted By: (stryker73) on September 19, 2014, 10:16 am

My Living Doll - TV Shows
A seriously obscure show that deserves a look, mostly for the interesting (and skilled) performances given by (two of my all-time favorites; Bob Cummings and (the ever elegant and beautiful Julie Newmar). Definitely, a B-level effort by the associated TV station, but, ultimately, a situation in which the final product was greater than the "sum of its parts". Fortunately, the series wasn't 'lost' (which it surely could have been). See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Living_Doll#DVD_release and for free ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ShixDbF_js ). Seriously, check it out. Once you get past the initial (implied) sexual/baby doll presentation of Ms. Newmar, in the original first episode (admittedly, I had some difficulty with that), you'll see a very good premise for a sitcom that was cancelled far too soon... -- Submitted By: () on September 18, 2014, 9:18 pm

Doc - TV Shows
The 1st season of this show was about an aging family physician (Barnard Hughes), his wife, their daughter and son-in-law (John Harkins). Moosie Dryer played his grandson, with Mary Wickes as his nurse. Funny show in season one, good enough to be renewed. The 2nd season was a complete disaster. Everyone was written out. Doc's wife was killed off. The rest of his family apparently moved away, although I can't remember their absence being explained. Mary Wickes came back for maybe 2 episodes before she also left. Also, Doc no longer had his regular practice, but now worked in a clinic where David Ogden Stiers played the administrator. It was never clear why this level of "re-tooling" was done, but it's usually a sure sign the show is headed for cancellation. It alienates what viewers it did have, and almost never brings in any new viewers. Who's going to watch a show they weren't watching to begin with because it was "retooled"? It's like delaying the inevitable. -- Submitted By: (ParkerTillman) on September 18, 2014, 4:47 pm

Dancing With the Stars - TV Shows
dah-nah-nah-nah....nah-nah....nah-nah [I can't watch this!] dah-nah-nah-nah....nah-nah....nah-nah [I can't watch this!] -- Submitted By: (ParkerTillman) on September 18, 2014, 4:31 pm

Cold Case - TV Shows
Never boned, but I find the lame sub-plots involving the main characters' personal lives excruciatingly annoying. We're watching to find out "who done it", not "who's doing who". The static between Lily and her dysfunctional mom and sister gets old really fast. -- Submitted By: (ParkerTillman) on September 18, 2014, 4:24 pm

Bonanza - TV Shows
It jumped for me when Pernell Roberts left, but the all time worst episode has to be when Hoss sends away to China for fireworks and gets Marlo Thomas as a mail order bride instead. Really stupid plot and resolution at the end. Made me think it was filmed for no reason other than to complete the season's episode order because everyone phoned it in. -- Submitted By: (ParkerTillman) on September 18, 2014, 4:10 pm

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