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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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Calvin and Hobbes - Random Topics
Infyrin - To be fair to Jim Davis - Garfield was conceived as a marketing machine from the start. The intention was to create a cartoon character that could be marketed/licensed in every way imaginable, and it succeeded. -- Submitted By: (Eugene) on January 13, 2014, 11:50 am

My Name is Earl - TV Shows
I refused to watch this show because the trailers made it seem like a bunch of white trash morons running around aimlessly. Then I actually watched an episode and fell in love with it! Earl and his extended family (his brother, his ex-wife, crab man) were all very funny and played by excellent actors. I loved the premise, that a no-good petty thief could actually turn his life around and do good in an effort to pay his karma-debt. -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on January 13, 2014, 9:52 am

Eerie, Indiana - TV Shows
This was a great show and it deserved better than to be jerked around by the network and cancelled after a single season. Omri Katz as Marshall was perfectly cast, he could make you believe he was a normal kid caught up in some seriously weird stuff. The "bad" characters turned out to be misunderstood and actually nice people, like Dash-X, who seemed to be just plain evil until Marshall got to know him and discovered he was just a kid in a lot of emotional pain. The final episode was brilliant and showed the characters reaction to the show being cancelled and their reality being dismantled piece by piece. It was a show within a show within a show. Truly remarkable TV! -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on January 13, 2014, 9:06 am

Miley Cyrus - Celebrities
@PYLrulz: I say that what you said also applies to Chris Brown and Justin Bieber. -- Submitted By: (cartooner) on January 12, 2014, 10:32 pm

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman - TV Shows
The show was hamstrung towards later half of its run because they had to time the wedding of Lois and Clark to its massively hyped comic book equivalent. They had a wonderful wedding episode, where, through a set of circumstances, Perry White ended up as the minister performing the ceremony. This warm moment was immediately undercut by the revelation that the bride was not Lois at all, but a frog eating clone. When they got around to the "real" wedding, it was performed by an angel in what seemed to be a dream sequence. I was waiting for them to pull the "just kidding" card again, but no, this anticlimax was the actual wedding! -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on January 12, 2014, 3:09 pm

Sonic the Hedgehog - Random Topics
The series has seen better days in the console wars. I think everything came apart when Sega submitted to the next wave of consoles and bowed out from making consoles. Then they became software developers solely, making Sonic games to the one company they've nitpicked for years and lost to, Nintendo. Then after the 16-bit games, the series just started spiraling out of control. Sure the Dreamcast games are considered good by some, but after those even. What the fuck happened? Sonic Heroes? What? Shadow the Hedgehog? What? 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog, oh my god. Then came the very awkward attempts of trying to make Sonic do different things. With games like Sonic and the Black Knight, Sonic Riders, Sonic and the Secret Rings, Sonic Unleashed to name a few. I'm glad I'm just not that much of a Sonic fan anymore. I also liked it when it was just three characters. Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles. That was fine. But noooo! Sega had to shit out unoriginal, uninspiring and dull characters over the years. Like Amy, Rogue, Gator, Silver, Shadow etc. All of which have very generic and boring characteristics to them that screams unoriginal and just rushed over to simply give Sonic more un-necessary company. All of which were just subjects to piss-poor Sonic fanfictions for the piss-poor fans to drool over. Which, the fans for Sonic, suck are just the most shit-eating groups of fans ever in gaming. They disgrace the idea of being a fan of gaming. Obnoxious little tweens who think they're SO creative by making sonic characters which are nothing but recolors and body/limb borrowing. They're the kind of fans who loved the anime series of Sonic and mainly derived from. The fans just suck as much as Sonic does now, it's a mess, plain and simple. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 10, 2014, 12:28 pm

Washington D.C. - Random Topics
It's where the Political Circus resides. I'd hate to be the people living right near all the bastards in suits. I'd hate the idea of living around there period. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 10, 2014, 12:09 pm

2000s - Random Topics
It'll take a lot to wrap one's mind around everything that transpired in the 2000s. With George W Bush Jr leading the fray of a generation that gradually became more pussified year after year to week after week. People were sue-happy, laws were becoming draconian and barbaric to everyone's rights. Drastic measures taken amongst society where it became a violent game of dog eat dog. The economy crashed horribly. The wars were taking their toll on us and really started painting and showing the country's true colors to where it is today. The media circus that toyed with everything it got it's hands on, completely scribbling and scrambling fact with propaganda. It was really the great mankind crash of the decade. And it is one of the worst decades in history. The 2010s is sadly looking to continue that trend. It was like, when 2000 rolled around. Everyone just decided "Hey! Let's go apeshit!" and overnight, everything as we knew went that direction. Just that someone forgot to stand and tell everyone to stop, but we probably killed that guy in the moment of panic. We, as a society, don't know what to do with ourselves anymore. And we feel that whatever it is, we aren't taking responsibility for it. It's always something or someone's fault when we all just don't stop to look at ourselves and re-evaluate our lives to correct the mistakes. We expected to be babied, we've allowed ourselves to be lead by those who we have put trust into (governments, churches etc) and we feel that there must be a scapegoat in all the things we do when we obviously have caused it ourselves. Which is why I deem this whole generation as the "Irresponsible Generation" that continues well into the 2010s. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 10, 2014, 6:26 am

Profanity - Random Topics
I don't have a problem with it. I swear, everyone else I know swears. But it gets tiring when someone is going on about something and they can't say a line without "fucking, you know. this fucking thing is a shitwreck. you fucking know?" It's like people make it a habit to see how many curse words they can fit into any line they say before they make a point. Instead of trying to sound impressive, how about come up with a coherent thought or point for once? You can be more funny and offensive without having to drop so many curse words. It's called being clever about what you say and think. But now cursing has become the language to incomprehensible lowlifes who think they're badass when they use it in everything they talk about. I'm sorry, but the controversial shock train left the station eons ago. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 10, 2014, 6:05 am

Las Vegas - Random Topics
I can't grasp Las Vegas. It's the city where it ultimately preys on people's hopes and wishes on making it big with money. You lose more than you'll ever gain and even if you think you're making it. They'll think you're cheating it. I just want to see a big flood go through that city and see how many things get electrocuted and the fools who play on rigged terms. That'd make my day. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 10, 2014, 5:59 am

Massively multiplayer online role-playing game - Random Topics
I am proud to be one of the few that have never let the likes of WoW corrupt my mind. I don't see the appeal in MMOs in general. I don't like games that don't ever end or in particular cases like WoW. Not worth my time, not worth my money either. Just not worth it. I may have devoted hours into other games like Minecraft, but I'm not so much to be chained to a game where life outside has devoid meaning to me. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 10, 2014, 5:54 am

Blockbuster Video - Random Topics
I just love the irony of when Blockbuster laughed at the attempts Netflix made in it's early days. Thinking "this silly Netflix will never catch on!" and now the tables have turned so many years later. $8 a month for practically a good selection of shows/movies while other services offer the same for games. Now the more I see Blockbuster stores go down one by one, who's laughing now, Blockbuster? Your prices sucked, your rentals sucked, your policies sucked especially when you flat out lied to your customers about that no more late-fees BS. You deserve to go down in a blaze of stupid. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 10, 2014, 5:52 am

Memes - Random Topics
The final nail in the coffin for me when it came to memes was seeing them on shirts. Spencers Gifts and Hot Topic had shirts with the Trollface on them. As well as "U MAD BRO?" to anything you can think of. The power those memes had was simply drained immediately the moment they had a price tag on them. I agree, BBulaga. Memes used to be something where a certain group of people showed to eachother and had a good round of laughs with. But now that it's everywhere, idiots have commercialized them. Not only that but to re-affirm your point that people don't know how to properly even use them. Which makes them, not funny. When they're over-used, they're not funny anymore. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 10, 2014, 5:47 am

MTV: Music Television - Random Topics
I knew MTV was done when I saw shows like "My Sweet 16" about preppy princess bitches who want their perfect birthdays celebrated in obnoxious exaggerated fashions. I remember vaguely a clip of a show where some snobby little brat bitch was throwing a temper tantrum. Because her parents bought her a car that she didn't want. I mean, crying, red-faced, screaming type of tantrum. It was like "be fucking grateful you little twat, not everyone gets a brand new car of ANY brand just simply bought for them because everyone else has to work for it while you get handed everything through rich parents." Shows like "Pimp My Ride" where the idea of the show was kinda cool, I'll admit. It best belonged elsewhere than MTV. However, it died when it became more about "how many ridiculous things can we cram into a vehicle?" I mean how often would someone use a flat screen that flipped up from the inside of your trunk or EVERY door can flip vertically? Some shit like that. Seemed like the more things they cram into your re-made vehicle. The more it's prone to get crashed into if you happen to be that distracted. You mind as well just have asked them to simply give you new parts and give it a new nifty paint job, and call it good. And the one show I hate the most seeing is "16 and Pregnant" where it shows nothing but idiot girls with idiot guys getting babies together. Big. Fucking. Whoop. It's bad enough this shit happens in reality, but we have to project it on a TV screen for ALL to see. I don't care what troubles some girl goes through being the early mom and whatever they try cramming down the viewer's throat for sympathy points. YOU SHOULD'VE THOUGHT FIRST BEFORE HAVING KIDS YOU DUMB BITCH! MTV has long been dead. I don't miss it and I never have watched it besides the unfortunate pausing moments I had to take just to see the above on how corroded it's become. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 10, 2014, 5:41 am

Calvin and Hobbes - Random Topics
I am glad that Calvin and Hobbes never went the route Garfield did. I mean, big props for Watterson by not giving in to commercialsm. Because, look at what happened to the likes of Garfield for example. All that merchandising and licensing revolving around a one trick pony. It was all just stale and downhill the more years Garfield slugged through. The only thing Calvin and Hobbes had related to with merchandise, though unofficially, was that calvin pissing sticker. Who made that? It just got tiring to see and really boned itself just as much as you saw the Monster logo and the Fox logo. It just became a part of some "EXTREME!!" lifestyle some people think they possess. I used to read and like the Calvin and Hobbes strips because Watterson captured the essence of what kids was like. The imaginations Calvin had, you could relate to that somepoint in your life when you were a kid. The not liking school/homework. Meeting girls like Susie. Problem child with parents. It just went on and on and had such a charm. Shame it's been gone from seeing new material for so many years but again like others said. Rather it go out on it's peak than deteriorate like Garfield has. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 10, 2014, 5:14 am

nWo (New World Order) - Random Topics
Yep. The original concept was great, and quite frankly, if it wasn't for that, WCW doesn't take its huge lead in the Monday Night Wars, and wrestling might still be somewhat stagnant, if not worse. But when you got idiots a plenty at WCW, and contracts that under most circumstances, would not be given to anyone under any circumstances, it will get bad at some point, and it blew up badly in WCW's face. -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on January 7, 2014, 5:03 pm

Hilarious House of Frightenstein, The - TV Shows
Parker, I wasn't aware that this ever aired in the US at all! I saw it because I live about two miles outside Canada! This brings back many memories of my misspent youth. Last time I saw it was in a hotel room in Toronto about 10 years ago. My son, who was about 9 years old, stared at it in a mixture of interest and utter disbelief! As a "monster kid", I just loved it. During the 70's, Billy Van, who played about 90% of the characters, was a regular on a number of variety shows in the US, and whenever he'd show up, I'd see Count Frightenstein! -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on January 6, 2014, 11:47 am

Quentin Tarantino - Celebrities
Tarantino makes watchable films, so in my book, he hasn't boned. -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on January 5, 2014, 2:49 pm

7th heaven - TV Shows
This show didn't bone the fish... far from it... rather, it's just one big block of stinky cheese, as in this show is so friggin' cheesy and stupid. -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on January 5, 2014, 2:46 pm

Chuck - TV Shows
The only drawback to this show was that Chuck would retreat into wimpiness too quickly on his missions. Otherwise it had an excellent cast, deft writing, dynamite sound track, and always stayed clever. This show was not madcap comedy ala Get Smart, and it wasn't typically LOL-funny, but instead it was "satisfying-grin-inducing". The characters, given the premise, were all believable, and the audience could care about them. For contrast, think of Star Trek's Commander Riker- no way could that bland, uninteresting, mess-of-a-character EVER be an officer in ANY organization in the galaxy. On the other hand; Casey, Walker, Big Mike, Morgan, Devon & Ellie, all perfectly delivered by their actors. The show was not so much about a goofy nerd on spy missions, it was really about relationships and their trials: trust, sacrifice, open communications, empathy... every episode had at least one relationship epiphany that would leave the viewer misty-eyed. Everyone involved with this show should be very proud of their work. Best closing episode of any series EVER. -- Submitted By: (chuckFan) on January 4, 2014, 11:21 pm

Eerie, Indiana - TV Shows
This was a great, original, tragically-cancelled-too-soon show I quickly got into back in the day. Young Marshall was the kid who moves to this crazy place that has all sorts of bizarre goings on. The one episode where him and his friend fall for the new girl in town who has a heart problem, and the ensuing tragedy that lets her live still haunts me to this day. -- Submitted By: (Englebert) on January 4, 2014, 7:23 pm

Adventures of Pete & Pete, The - TV Shows
Have to agree with (). This was one of the best "children" shows. I was a teen when I first caught this show, and I was pulled in by its odd but entertaining charm. It was original and often moving. It definitely was not a typical show. It really did have some great music as well. Nickelodeon sure was producing some fine programming in the 1990s. Can't say the same for Disney channel, ever. They are still churning out garbage. -- Submitted By: (Englebert) on January 4, 2014, 7:11 pm

nWo (New World Order) - Random Topics
What seemed like a good idea at first and took the Monday Night Wars by storm. Actually ended up being WCW's downfall as well in the pile of bone-headed decisions WCW have made following up. At least when they temporarily came back when being signed to the WWE, Vince knew when to end it. I believe what could've made it work was that it should've been exclusive than invasive. When you were watching WCW, it was hard to go through a show without one person or a group of people attacked by NwO night in and night out. It just got old fast. Then when the group began to devour what talent pool it had at the time, it just really got dull when it almost claimed everybody. It didn't even matter if there was that Wolfpack NwO, because it technically was the same damn thing just different colors. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 4, 2014, 2:10 am

Napster - Random Topics
Napster losing the case and the rampant "pay up or else" threats from RIAA and later MPAA taking it to new levels. It poured so much fuel into the fire that copyright is one of the things holding back innovation. It's ridiculous how it's gotten these days. It's used as a weapon to take down sites, sue people to oblivion, and use it as an influence so other countries can follow. For example: the U.S Government bullying other governments to follow it's footsteps or they're "siding with the enemy." Gone are the days of Napster, here are the days of The Pirate Bay/TOR/VPNs. The only argument the entertainment corps ever had was "we're losing millions!" to "these poor artists aren't going to make a dime...stop!" when by now we know we're hurting their (record label) wallets and not the artists, on a compared scale. Also, screw you Lars Ulrich. For fueling that fire because you're a pompous ass from a washed-out thrash metal band in the 80s. -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on January 4, 2014, 2:05 am

Tea Leoni - Celebrities
Cute, but not a fan of her acting. -- Submitted By: (Jp) on January 3, 2014, 7:52 pm

Christmas Television Specials - Random Topics
I really don't mind the classic specials. I'll catch one or two during the season (after Thanksgiving; before christmas). Not to mention, I'll watch Frosty and Charlie browns christmas. Traditional around my house. -- Submitted By: (Jp) on January 3, 2014, 7:47 pm

CHiPs - TV Shows
Never actually saw an episode of this show, but I'd like to see an explanation for the promo where they arrest HR Pufnstuf. The snarky jokes do kinda write themselves. -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on January 2, 2014, 7:51 pm

Dragons: Riders of Berk - TV Shows
More than any other movie spinoff series, this one works to keep the flavor of the original. Yes, there's the occasional puke, poop or pee joke, but the heart of the show is the beautiful friendship of Hiccup and Toothless, both now crippled and somewhat dependent upon each other to feel "complete." It's also good to see much of the movie cast returning. Even now-hot David Tennant stops in occasionally to voice Spritelout. While it would be a lot to expect the depths of characterization that marked the feature, this is about as close as you can come in 25 minute blocks! -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on January 2, 2014, 7:48 pm

Little House on the Prairie - TV Shows
I enjoyed this show as a child, until around the fifth season, when the Ingalls family started adopting children. I thought this was supposed to be based on the life of the real Ingalls family? When they started adding fictional children, the show started to suck. -- Submitted By: (Retroguy2000) on January 2, 2014, 4:07 pm

Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The - TV Shows
Rest in peace, James Avery, who played the memorable Uncle Phil (Philip Banks).. him throwing Jazz out of the house never got old -- Submitted By: (stryker73) on January 2, 2014, 3:48 pm

John Kricfalusi - Celebrities
Only one problem is that his popular John K.Stuff blog is now members-only (try and post without being a member/.) -- Submitted By: (PokeyJHorse) on January 1, 2014, 6:36 pm

David Cassidy: Man Under Cover - TV Shows
Such a silly idea! If they even had any delusions that this was anything other than garbage, this would have been called just "Man Under Cover" or the CHARACTER NAME: Man Under cover. Remember the gag on SNL where the show was rebooted as Donny Osmond: Man Under Cover? Kinda says it all, doesn't it? -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on January 1, 2014, 11:43 am

Growing Pains - TV Shows
This show 'boned the fish' when backstage politics killed the Mike/Julie romance. Kirk Cameron became a born-again Christian and had the actress who played Julie fired from the show. Although the show had some funny moments in later seasons, it never fully recovered from Kirk Cameron's dirty politics, and his overbearing belief system left a visible stain on the show. -- Submitted By: (Retroguy2000) on December 30, 2013, 8:58 pm

Roseanne - TV Shows
I think this show successfully transitioned from Becky #1 to Becky #2. But I think the show 'boned the fish' a couple of years later, when the characters became mere caricatures. When Mark became so stupid he couldn't tie his own shoes, and when Jackie became a humorless shrew and a moron. I think it was about a year before the horrific "lottery" season. That whole final season was awful, but the show had already sunk before then. I wish "Roseanne" had been cancelled about halfway through Season 8, when it was clear the show had run out of steam. The beginning of Season 8 had the hilarious "Identical Beckys" episode, but tanked partway into the season. -- Submitted By: (Retroguy2000) on December 30, 2013, 8:37 pm

Facts of Life, The - TV Shows
I wish they had kept the original characters: Sue Ann, Nancy, Cindy, and Molly. When those actresses were fired, a big part of the show was lost. But the moment the show 'boned the fish' for me was when Mrs. G started her own gourmet shop in downtown Peekskill, and everyone suddenly moved in over there. Even Tootie and Natalie, who were still supposed to be students at Eastland. It wasn't remotely believable. And the entire concept of the show was lost at that point. -- Submitted By: (Retroguy2000) on December 30, 2013, 8:15 pm

Blockbuster Video - Random Topics
I remember blockbuster. I found one last week as I was driving through a small town. Such a rare find. -- Submitted By: (Patroklos) on December 30, 2013, 1:39 am

S#*! My Dad Says - TV Shows
Ok, weak premise but the Shatner almost pulled it off. The writing got 100% better in the later episodes but it wasn't enough to save the show. I went from hating it to loving it and I think it would have found its audience if given a second season. Things I would have done from the start: get rid of the older son and his idiot/skank wife; give the younger son more word play with his dad, after all that WAS the premise of the show but the writers just shoved him aside; more guest stars, after all the Shatner rocks and has many, many friends who would have helped him save the show. Towards the end of the series a lot of impressive names showed up including Jean Smart, Lee Majors, John Mahoney, Ed Begley, Rachael Harris, Joel Brooks, and Cybill Shepard! -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on December 28, 2013, 11:53 am

Frasier - TV Shows
I agree that this show stayed on the air far too long but the first 4 seasons were very good and they are still some of the only TV shows that will make me laugh out loud every time I see them. My least favorite character is Frazier. His dad Martin, Daphne, and Niles were hysterically funny at times but still down to earth (especially Martin) and very charming people. I refuse to watch any of the later series episodes or any of the ones dealing with Frazier's love life. Come on, the man was an overweight, balding, mean-spirited, selfish, hateful creep (also pompous, egotistical, and a total snob) but kept hooking up with world-class beautiful women who threw themselves at his pudgy, hairy feet. I also enjoyed the Lilith episodes, Bebe Neuwirth totally nailed her character and I will watch anything she is in til this day! -- Submitted By: (jmac9909) on December 28, 2013, 11:41 am

Arthur - TV Shows
Arthur COULD HAVE worked if it followed the formula of the first two seasons, especially season two, when Arthur established itself and was its best season. All these special episodes and treating it like the majority of crap on TV (i.e. drama shows) sharply downgrades the quality. It is supposed targeted to children with child-friendly and relevant issues toward growing up. Arthur boned the fish pretty quickly, with the decline starting in season 3 (fewer episodes per season). It accelerated gradually as Arthur went through the 2000s, but there were a handful good episodes and moments in the series. The plug should have been pulled before 2002. Arthur became so old and burned out. As for Kate talking and Pal too, my issue is the fact that Pal speaks with an annoying British accent. Fact- Arthur is actually produced in CANADA (Maple Leaf country). I don't remember Kate ever speaking her first word. I gave up on Arthur in 2002, just as it was going from good/okay to awful. The Christmas special (which I saw only once) and all the other special episodes (aside from what I said earlier) just don't fit in well with the series. It became too serious, politically correct, and preachy. I know children shouldn't be subject to that. The fun factor really went downhill as more of these episodes were produced. I cannot believe Arthur is still produced in the current day. -- Submitted By: (ProfessorBone) on December 27, 2013, 6:04 pm

Burns and Allen Show, The - TV Shows
Pelirojo, I actually did managed to catch "Damsel In Distress" when it ran on TCM recently. My son, who is a Theater Performance major in college, did a paper on Fred Astaire, and one fact that he found that I thought was rather sweet was that he pretended to trip during his first rehearsal with George and Gracie because she was so terrified of dancing alongside him. He thought it would put her at ease. Obviously, it worked, although I found that George and Gracie acquitted themselves well during their occasional dance numbers on their series. -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on December 24, 2013, 1:58 pm

Country Music - Random Topics
JayD, this video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WySgNm8qH-I) pretty much confirms your statement about a lot of modern country songs being generic to be true. -- Submitted By: (cartooner) on December 24, 2013, 2:21 am

Def Leppard - Music Groups
Initially, when this band started, it was a true rock band with great songs. Then they turned into a party band combination of Van Halen and Guns 'n Roses, but not as enjoyable as either. The songs all started being about "rock" and getting "loud" and this and that, which got annoying and irritating. All that said, I give the drummer mad props for how talented he is with one arm. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on December 23, 2013, 5:52 pm

Dr. Seuss movies (live-action) - Movie Series
Here's the thing about Audrey Geisel. Dr. Seuss was married to Helen Marion Palmer Geisel. She encouraged him to be an artist and became his biggest supporter, editing his books and dealing with the publishers. She was the one by his side when he wrote his most famous books. Helen eventually became seriously, chronically ill. Meanwhile, Dr. Seuss began having an affair with a family friend's wife, Audrey Stone Dimond. Helen was devoted to her husband, but he refused to break off the affair. Helen, unable to live without Dr. Seuss, took her own life. Google the suicide letter, it's the most humble and sad thing ever. Dr. Seuss and Audrey spared no time moving in together. They married a year after Helen's death. So this widow that tries to pass herself of as some sort of moral guardian is nothing of the sort. She tells stories about him writing Cat and the Hat or The Grinch as if she was there, when in actuality she wasn't. She's not the real Mr. Seuss as far as I'm concerned. -- Submitted By: () on December 22, 2013, 5:40 pm

Looney Tunes Show, The - TV Shows
I'm kinda hot and cold about this one. The sitcom format is very restrictive, and some of the retooling, such as making Gossamer a suburban child and Lola Bunny a Valley girl, was annoying. I loved the new version of Taz as sometimes demonic/sometimes adorable pet. And occasionally, there would be an episode that worked. Unfortunately, in the same episode, there would be a hideous dud. Just try to watch any random one of the music video segments. It just can't be done! -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on December 22, 2013, 9:20 am

Dr. Seuss movies (live-action) - Movie Series
I feel your pain, Robert, regarding the Grinchmas thing.....I keep reading online off and on of Audrey Giesel [Mrs.Doctor Seuss :)] on whether or not she STILL wants to keep licensing these Dr.Suess movies, well, I guess, she must guess, if it makes money.... -- Submitted By: (PokeyJHorse) on December 21, 2013, 10:27 pm

Vlad The Impaler - Celebrities
I finally understand why most folks (no labels intended) like this guy...he defended his territory from the Ottoman Empire. A local radio program I listened to on Halloween said that Vlad was an "agressive defender." He would go to extremes sometimes. He is also viewed as "a patriot" in Eastern Europe. I suppose such brutally drastic action was needed. -- Submitted By: () on December 21, 2013, 7:23 pm

1970's - Random Topics
You people are obviously judging the decade upon the whole "how good was music, movies, TV, etc." crap. You are not seeing the whole picture. True, life was remarkably easier then, especially compared to today, and the good outweighed the bad...regardless of the truth that: The economy (at the time) was the worst since the 1930s Depression, racial/class tensions (rich/middle class vs poor, majority vs minority), cities falling apart, and so forth. I like the real 1970s, but not everything was lily white and rosy back then. -- Submitted By: (ProfessorBone) on December 19, 2013, 9:51 pm

Antenna TV - Random Topics
Me-TV rip off/wannabe. We already have TWO channels from Me as it is, plus the MOM Movies Only Movies Channel. Antenna TV at least shows some things haven't been seen in years and are not in the realm of overrated, irritating crap. Me will always be better due the variety it shows. It does need to drop the unfunny, overplayed, supernatural/Halloween crap like The Munsters, Bewitched, The Addams Family, etc. The New Year's Stooges marathon is worth watching, if you are a Stooges fan. -- Submitted By: (ProfessorBone) on December 19, 2013, 9:45 pm

Miley Cyrus - Celebrities
I don't know what song is worse: Wrecking Ball or We Can't Stop. Both are garbage. And what is with her sticking her tongue out all the time? Is she working on her Gene Simmons impersonation? -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on December 19, 2013, 11:46 am

Justin Bieber - Celebrities
Retire? More like he knows his 15 minutes are coming to an end. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on December 19, 2013, 11:43 am

Robin Williams - Celebrities
I agree with Crazy Ones. I tried to get into it, but it just doesn't click. Anytime they try to develop a story in the show, he comes on stage and it turns into Robin Williams comedy hour with the other actors standing around watching. I gave up on it after a couple episodes. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on December 19, 2013, 11:42 am

Laura Prepon - Celebrities
She and Ashton were the worst ones of that cast. They were not really acting, just reading (or in Ashton's case, shouting) lines as themselves. Wilmer was probably third worst; at least he was trying to play a character. The conversion to bleach blonde and Scientology seemed to occur at the same time. That was her boning moment, and she's never recovered. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 18, 2013, 10:46 am

Justin Bieber - Celebrities
Apparently, Justin Bieber has said that he plans to retire (http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/justin-bieber-tells-fans-retiring-radio-show-article-1.1551024). -- Submitted By: (cartooner) on December 17, 2013, 10:28 pm

Country Music - Random Topics
I should add Ray Price to the list of great country artists. R.I.P. -- Submitted By: (JayD) on December 17, 2013, 11:57 am

Shia LaBeouf - Celebrities
Shia's recent directorial debut, a short film called HowardCantour.com, was plagiarized from Fantagraphics comic book Justin M. Damiano. Shia was caught and apologized. Ironically part of his apology was also swiped from a website. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 17, 2013, 10:31 am

Rush Limbaugh - Celebrities
Boned when he thought he was big enough to trash talk the Pope! -- Submitted By: (BizMajor) on December 16, 2013, 10:06 pm

World Wrestling Entertainment - Random Topics
This is one of the few that bones and bones back, depending on what era it is. WWE recently boned back toward the end of last year. I do want to point this out...there are certainly people you really should not judge at face value. HHH and Stephanie McMahon are two of them. At times, they can be boneheads, but they are otherwise doing such a good job of running the WWE. Also, for those who don't like The Shield, I would highly suggest reading around and watching interviews with each of the members. Their athleticism and surprisingly sweet personalities outside the ring call for a change of heart. 2013 has proven to be one of the best years in over a decade for WWE for many reasons. -- Submitted By: (ProfessorBone) on December 16, 2013, 7:54 pm

Laura Prepon - Celebrities
I know she's been in a few shows but frankly I think she's taken the worst hit out of everyone on 70's. Then again, perhaps Wilmer Valderrama fell harder. -- Submitted By: (Jp) on December 16, 2013, 12:42 pm

Robin Williams - Celebrities
His show Crazy Ones is horrible. I gave it several tries, just too over the top. I know it's been his style all these years but it was just too much for me. -- Submitted By: (Jp) on December 16, 2013, 12:25 pm

TIME Magazine - Random Topics
50 years from now, unless something changes, Miley Cyrus MIGHT be known for swinging around on a wrecking ball naked or twerking her deformed looking ass on TV, but she'll be forgotten. Pope Francis, with the good he has done already, and if he can keep it up, will be remembered long into the future -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on December 15, 2013, 3:51 pm

Miley Cyrus - Celebrities
Thank god! At leas Pope Francis is doing good. When you are a musician, and you are known more for your exploits and antics rather than your music, are you really a successful musician?!? (I know, I've said it about Sinead O'Connor, I will say it about Kayne West, and there are a few others that don't yet come to mind at the moment) -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on December 15, 2013, 3:49 pm

Tila Tequila - Celebrities
How you know when one's 15 minutes are about up -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on December 15, 2013, 3:46 pm

Avengers, The - TV Shows
I do feel bad for Linda Thorson. I saw her in other things, and she was just fine. She a.) had an impossible job following Dame Diana, and b.) was horribly miscast as Tara King. -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on December 15, 2013, 2:45 pm

Naked Gun, The - Movie Series
I read they're rebooting the Naked Gun movies. It will star Ed Helms. I believe his most notable work was in The Hangover. He will take on the role of Detective Drebin. I think I smell trout with this remake. -- Submitted By: (Jp) on December 14, 2013, 10:24 pm

Tootsie Rolls - Random Topics
I like tootsie rolls. I don't eat them all the time, usually around Halloween. Even if all the good candy is gone. -- Submitted By: (Jp) on December 14, 2013, 10:07 pm

Peter Potamus - TV Shows
Hanna-Barberra cartoons were all pretty bad and this one was the worst. -- Submitted By: (mannacler) on December 14, 2013, 9:51 pm

Tila Tequila - Celebrities
Yeah, that's one huge drawback to this age we live in. My Jewish father taught me about Antisemitism from when I was very young, yet I rarely encountered it in the '80s and early '90s. But Antisemitism has always been strong in the Muslim countries and in the former Communist Bloc. Now these cultures are spreading their ignorance and bigotry into the USA through the internet and through immigration. So I'm sure there's plenty of propaganda websites and videos out there portraying Hitler as a good guy that impressionable people are watching. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 14, 2013, 12:24 pm

John Denver - Music Groups
I was first introduced to John as a kid through his many crossovers with The Muppets. When I was in my teen and early twenties, I started to hate him. I thought he was a wuss, singing about trees and mountains. He had those DUIs during a lull in his career and I recall making some tasteless jokes when he died. Now that I'm older, I can appreciate his work a lot more. What's wrong with singing about mountains and trees? Nothing. I'd certainly prefer that to the plethora of songs about having sex, wanting to have sex, or busting caps in people's asses. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 14, 2013, 12:09 pm

2000s - Random Topics
If you took everything good from 2000 on, it would make up about a month's worth of the 90s. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on December 13, 2013, 8:24 am

Superman - Movie Series
"Man of Steel"" was too dark and didn't have any personality..I almost didn't finish it -- Submitted By: (stryker73) on December 13, 2013, 8:20 am

Tila Tequila - Celebrities
Travoltron, that's not the sad part. The sad part is that probably millions of people will agree with her! -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on December 13, 2013, 8:18 am

Saturday Night Live - TV Shows
You mean this dreck is still on the air??? Why??? BTW *everything* was better in the 90s, this included. Pop culture and life itself boned the fish starting in '99. Seriously. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on December 13, 2013, 8:15 am

Olympics, The - TV Shows
I actually said something about the Dan and Dave ads on the old site. Was that ever a disaster! One of the two didn't even QUALIFY for the Olympics and the other finished something like tenth in track and field. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on December 13, 2013, 8:13 am

Cheers - TV Shows
Maybe I was too young for it when it was on, but I thought the show was dull as dishwater. It was really overrated at the time-- they were calling it the best sitcom in TV history until Seinfeld came out. I remember that Bill Clinton was at one point supposed to appear on the finale, but he chickened out at the last minute. I also remember the "Live After Party" hosted by Jay Leno after the finale aired. It was a DISASTER of "Al Capone's Vault" proportions. The whole cast was PLASTERED and making fools of themselves in front of a stone-sober Leno. Really cringeworthy and hard to watch. I wonder if it's online somewhere. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 12, 2013, 10:46 pm

Christmas - Random Topics
Howdy y'all! Yet again, it appears that good old Christmas can't wait until after Halloween to start showing up in stores and on TV. What's the over/under for how many years it'll be until the Christmas season starts up immediately after the previous Christmas is over? -- Submitted By: (ScottyB) on December 12, 2013, 10:34 pm

Addams Family, The - Movie Series
Even if what MSmith says is true, the movies sucked. They were made too late and it was lame as a live action series of films. Two cartoon versions were bad enough. I remember when they were released. -- Submitted By: (ProfessorBone) on December 12, 2013, 9:44 pm

Problem Child - Movie Series
With the majority. I had the misfortune of seeing a USA airing of Problem Child 3 in 1999. Just Big Ben, no John Ritter or players from the first two, except Gilbert Gottfried. -- Submitted By: () on December 12, 2013, 9:41 pm

Miley Cyrus - Celebrities
Well, you're in luck; the "Person of the Year" award was given to Pope Francis. -- Submitted By: (cartooner) on December 12, 2013, 7:41 pm

Tila Tequila - Celebrities
So now she wears Nazi uniforms and says she loves Hitler. I can only assume this is a pathetic attempt to extend her 15 minutes of fame. http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/tila-tequila-wears-nazi-uniform-praises-hitler-shocking-rant-article-1.1543467 -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 12, 2013, 8:25 am

Cheers - TV Shows
Always hated this show! It's a bunch of disgusting, mean spirited and stupid people being nasty to eachother. If I wanted to watch that I'd socialize. -- Submitted By: (SpookyX) on December 11, 2013, 10:37 pm

Dick Van Dyke Show, The - TV Shows
Bar none, the best sitcom of the early 1960s. Sure it's dated, but it is still very funny. I think it's amazing, as of this writing, that the majority of the cast is still alive. They must have done something right. -- Submitted By: (JayD) on December 11, 2013, 6:48 pm

Brenda Lee - Celebrities
She doesn't give concerts as frequently as before but if one is lucky enough to have the opportunity to see her perform live, one should take it, IMO. I saw her recently in my city and, true, she didn't use such gimmicks as foam fingers or taking off clothes but what she DID do was sing phenomenally [actually sounded better than how I'd heard her in later years], and truly appreciated the audience going so far as to sincerely thank us for letting her sing her entire life! Even the teens dragged to see her couldn't help but be impressed by her very energetic, sincere, emotive performance. Happy Birthday Miss Brenda [AKA Mrs. Shacklett]! -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on December 11, 2013, 6:41 pm

Kayne West - Celebrities
Just like I knew he would, he's now complaining about a lack of grammy nominations, especially for album of the year. I think his rants are getting a little bit ridiculous. He's won 21 grammys overall, yet he brings out the race card and says that he's never won against a white person. He is still up for two nominations, but I think he'll lose both of them. Most recording artists would be happy with just a single nominee because they don't have giant egos. -- Submitted By: (JayD) on December 11, 2013, 6:41 pm

Nutty Professor, The (1996 film) - Movie Series
The first two installments in the series are great. Obviously, the 1960s original is the best of the three. The third installment was worthless. Not so much humor, not long enough, and plain dumb. -- Submitted By: () on December 10, 2013, 9:24 pm

Steely Dan - Music Groups
Never boned. They are one of the very few bands that became better as they went along. Gaucho wasn't that good though. Aja is the best of the bunch. Donald Fagan's solo work is fabulous. -- Submitted By: () on December 10, 2013, 8:23 pm

Major Dad - TV Shows
I really love this show, the cast was excellent, the settings were wonderful, most of the episodes were funny and some of the episodes were touching, and overall it was a great show. -- Submitted By: (PatJK910) on December 10, 2013, 10:19 am

Olympics, The - TV Shows
Anyone else remember the disastrous "Dan & Dave" Reebok ads? -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 10, 2013, 9:53 am

Britney and Kevin: Chaotic - TV Shows
Evidently, Britney has recovered a degree of sanity (or has PR people trying to retroactively touch up her reputation), and recently referred to this program as "the worst thing I've done in my career". -- Submitted By: (Eugene) on December 10, 2013, 6:34 am

Yelp - Websites
I was a member of Yelp for a short while in 2012. Not a good site at all. The majority of reviews come from big city transplants, hipsters, etc. I can barely read them due to their vernacular. Some members of Yelp whine and cry about small things you would never believe, especially the so-called "foodies." So what if a restaurant does not perfectly fulfill your expectations. Not surprisingly, the site is also left-wing biased. Information on some entries is outdated. -- Submitted By: (ProfessorBone) on December 9, 2013, 9:08 pm

Saturday Night Live - TV Shows
In addition to the obviously mentioned, I think Lorne Michaels is braindead or something. SNL is only on because I think it's a "staple" of late Saturday nights. -- Submitted By: () on December 9, 2013, 8:39 pm

TIME Magazine - Random Topics
My prediction for 2013's Person of the Year is the new Pope. Whoever they choose should not be somebody that is always twerking, taking off her clothes, and sticking her tongue out. That's right, Miley is one of the finalists. If she gets the honour, then next year it should be Planet of the Year: Dumbed Down Earth. -- Submitted By: (JayD) on December 9, 2013, 7:36 pm

Miley Cyrus - Celebrities
She's a finalist for Time Magazine's Person of the Year. Oh please god, no! -- Submitted By: (JayD) on December 9, 2013, 7:20 pm

Teletubbies - TV Shows
I'm with the majority. I will simply add that Teletubbies was simply mind-numbing, and more crap from Great Britain that simply isn't cute or funny. Clearly, this show has ZERO, no educational value at all. Pretty much anything pre-1990s like pre-Elmo Sesame Street, The Electric Company, etc. are real children's shows with actual, educational content. Those shows obviously hold right up to the present day while shows like Teletubbies are gone and forgotten. -- Submitted By: (ProfessorBone) on December 8, 2013, 7:42 pm

Chelsea Lately - TV Shows
Chelsea Handler never was funny. She has always been very childish and immature. She is obsessed with 20-something/college-age life activities, like getting drunk, drinking, and being an absolute bully. She was sometimes agreeable in the earliest stages of this show, but has aged ten years from all the burn out. She continues to cause trouble with other celebrities and some day, she is going to get it. -- Submitted By: () on December 8, 2013, 7:36 pm

Raising Hope - TV Shows
If I ever need legal advice, I'd want a lawyer just like Wally Phipps...I'd lose my shirt, but you couldn't beat the entertainment value. -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on December 6, 2013, 5:10 pm

Terrible Thunderlizards, The - TV Shows
To this day, my husband and I use Kutter's catchphrase, "Yes, Squat, that would fall squarely in the 'bad things' category" whenever disaster strikes. A really funny show that never really got its due. -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on December 6, 2013, 5:08 pm

Youtube - Websites
There are ways to get around the ads before the videos. I'm really starting to get aggravated with Google's failing attempts to make things "easier". Things don't feel "easier" they feel more like obstructions. Google still pesters me on the trivial question on what name I want to be under on YouTube. Clicking my YT screen name for the millionth time. Things should be separate for a reason, Google. Not enforced or prompted. And the continuation of Google + invading YT's site structure is getting beyond annoying. Google, nobody gives a shit about plus. People have only signed up on plus because you've pestered the fuck out of them enough to even bother. Least MSN took the hint when their attempt at social networking, Multiply, was an abysmal failure before finally shut down this year. Why can't you do the same? -- Submitted By: (Infyrin) on December 4, 2013, 12:37 pm

Justin Bieber - Celebrities
Over the last year, Justin Bieber has been acting like a real douche. In addition to the Anne Frank remark, he peed into a restaurant mop bucket (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/10/justin-bieber-pees-mop-bucket-video_n_3572270.html), used bodyguards to carry him up the Great Wall of China (http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/02/travel/justin-bieber-great-wall-of-china/), and painted graffiti on the wall of a former hotel in Brazil (http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/bieber-accused-illegally-painting-graffiti-brazil-article-1.1510579). Well, now I can hate Bieber for more than just his music. -- Submitted By: (cartooner) on December 3, 2013, 5:50 pm

Birds of Prey - TV Shows
Felt a little bit bad when the abrupt cancellation forced a quick wrap up of a major plot point - the murder of Catwoman - with the killer identified as someone who was never even in the show before, instead of the logical perp. But even that episode, with Harley Quinn cheerfully causing havoc in a modified version of her original outfit, has its moments. Like The Flash before it, BOP has not given the chance to fully spread its wings, but it was never a disaster! -- Submitted By: (Hateaol) on December 2, 2013, 12:06 pm

Sale of the Century - TV Shows
I just saw what GSN showed of the syndicated $ale, and I think it's great to see the actual prize shopping for the first time in a long time. Not only that, but these other great things: they left in the (admittedly defunct) ticket and contestant plugs, and allowed Jay Stewart to get his price disclaimer and signoff in. -- Submitted By: (bmasters1981) on December 1, 2013, 10:05 am

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