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Degrassi Junior High - TV Shows
I watched the original Canadian version of Degrassi years ago when it was in first-run syndication. I thought it was pretty daring in the choice of subject matter but I was absolutely stunned by one episode. Joey Jerimiah was trying to raise money to buy a car and he went around making stupid bets. One kid bet him he would not walk through the cafeteria during lunch time bare assed naked. Other kids got in on the betting and Joey stood to make a small fortune if he did it. To everyone's surprise, he went through with it and they actually showed his bare ass on TV. An American show would never had done that and I remember thinking that Canada must be a pretty liberal place! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on September 24, 2015, 6:15 am

Frankie Muniz - Celebrities
The 911 call is hilarious! The best part is when Malcolm, err Frankie, tells the operator that he is a celebrity. I don't know what she was expected to do with that piece of information, maybe make sure the press arrived along with the cops? Anyway, here's what happened: Muniz: "I'm a celebrity." Operator: "You're a what? A celebrity?" Muniz: "Yes, that's right, I'm a celebrity." Operator: "Ok, who are you?" Muniz: "I'm Frankie Muniz." Opeartor: "Who? Frankie who?" Muniz: "Muniz! I'm Frankie Muniz! Frankie Muniz!" Operator: "Um. Ok. We'll still send someone out there." She clearly had no idea who he was or why he insisted on telling her that he was famous. Since then, 4 years later, he's still with the psycho-girlfriend and claims they are engaged but they never get married. I think he is terrified of her. Another hysterical thing happened when the leader of the band Kingsfoil hired Muniz as their new drummer. He said Frankie told him he was a really famous celebrity and hoped it wouldn't get in the way of their music. The guy said he had never heard of him, Malcolm in the Middle, Cody Banks, or anything else he had been in, the guy told the reporter interviewing him that "I guess he was supposed to be some kind of child star or something." A couple of years ago Muniz had back-to-back mini-strokes, something really weird for someone in his 20's. He claimed that he was really healthy and had never done drugs, drank booze or smoked in his entire life. A week later a series of photos turned up in a British tabloid of Muniz smoking and drinking with a group of young people, presumably after telling them that he is really, really famous. Frankie also shoots his mouth off on Twitter about his right-wing politics. All in all, Frankie Muniz is a pathetic dweeb. I never could stand Malcolm, Reese was much cooler! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on September 6, 2015, 1:05 pm

Henry Danger - TV Shows
OMG this is a funny show! The whole thing is a rip on stupid TV heroes. At first I was horrified any adult would watch this thing but I sat through an episode and started picking up on the satire and inside jokes. A few more episodes in and I was a fan. It's funny, honest! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on September 3, 2015, 4:39 pm

Fear the Walking Dead - TV Shows
Man, what a disappointment! We waited all summer for the Walking Dead prequel and it turns out to be little more than a soap opera about a bunch of very unlikable people! Are we supposed to care if Nick the Junkie gets clean and stays off smack? I was rooting for a walker to eat his face off but there are so few of them on this show, it's not very likely to happen. The mom and dad are both major league jerks, Nick's sister is a lying, scheming little monster, and dad's other son who lives with a different mommy is such a creep his own mother's nickname for him is Mr. Unpleasant. Man, what I wouldn't give for some good ol' fashioned zombie ass stomping! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on September 3, 2015, 4:21 pm

Modern Family - TV Shows
Luke has become completely stupid and a pervert, a very bad combination. Last season he not only ran around in a woman's bikini, he showed a picture of his junk to his sister Alex and laughed hysterically. He also had a sex talk with Lily, his very young niece. Keep it up, Luke and they will be shooting your scenes from state prison! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on August 21, 2015, 8:14 am

Eight Simple Rules - TV Shows
I laughed when I saw Pokey's comment that the Big Bang Theory is "almost dead." The show remains, even deep into summer reruns, the highest rated show on TV (source: TV By The Numbers). I agree it has become stale and I miss as many episodes as I watch but the show is hardly "almost dead." Any show that can annihilate ratings juggernauts like Big Brother with a 3rd run repeat definitely has a loyal fan base that will still watch in it's 25th season (shudder). Just ask the Simpsons. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on July 18, 2015, 6:22 am

Walking Dead, The - TV Shows
Come October 11th I will have on my Daryl vest, have my Carol "made from scratch" cookies, my Carl #10 can of chocolate pudding, and my Rick Grimes beat-down stick all ready to go. The reason people love this show is because it is ridiculous! The plots are thin, the gore extreme, and the acting is mediocre. Still, god help me, I would never miss an episode. Escapist TV should be just that, escapist! So, suspend your disbelief peoples and let Season 6 roll! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on July 15, 2015, 5:09 pm

Big Bang Theory - TV Shows
Oh please kill this show before it turns into Two and a Half Men! A show about aging comic book nerds was cute for a while. A show about middle aged dorks and their assorted wives and significant others is not cute, it's painful. The rare appearance by Will Wheaton is the only reason I would ever watch it now. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on July 15, 2015, 4:26 pm

Mr. Robot - TV Shows
Ok, ok, this is one of those shows where you never know if the action is inside the main character's head or actually happening. Too much to figure out, plus Elliot is a creep, I have zero sympathy for the guy and kinda hope he gets whacked, which isn't likely considering he's the star of the show. Mr. Robot played by Christian Slater is demented and delusional. Does he think seriously the world economy will collapse due to a banking hack? Does he think all the rich people will gleefully give up their hordes of cash, precious metals and jewels and redistribute everything equally? Marxism is cute but it doesn't work. Humans are and always will be greedy bastards! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on July 15, 2015, 4:22 pm

Diary of A Wimpy Kid - Movie Series
I had my two nephews, ages 9 and 11 for the weekend and we watched all 3 of these movies. At first I was bored, then really bored with all the pee and fart jokes, then I noticed something. The two boys were rooting for the underdog, this kid who was the object of bullying by the other kids at his school and by his own brother. The stories in each of the films involved being true to yourself, standing up for your beliefs, and being a loyal friend. Sometimes it takes a few fart jokes to get the attention of kids this age. I can overlook the gross-out humor since the messages the movies deliver are excellent. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on June 4, 2015, 7:16 am

Veep - TV Shows
Funniest political satire, ever! The language can be pretty shocking at first but after all it's on late at night on HBO, that should give you a clue that the characters will not be spouting any gee-willikers or dag-nabbits. Julia Louis-Dreyfus is pure comic genius and ranks right up there with Tina Fey with her natural sense of timing and dead-pan, dead-on delivery. I was thrilled Patton Oswalt and Hugh Laurie signed on as regulars. Oswalt is just plain funny, and Laurie was so amazing as House, many people don't know he is a gifted comedic actor. His role as the Prince Regent in Black Adder is perfectly performed and although I have seen the episodes a dozen or more times, Laurie still makes me laugh out loud every time. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on May 27, 2015, 1:20 pm

Fresh Off the Boat - TV Shows
The main criticism of this show is its failure to make better use of its premise. Instead of developing a unique product, it seems to be nothing more than a cookie cutter sitcom with generic (insert ethnic group here) characters. After a very rocky start in February 2015, it did seem to find an audience and was renewed for a second full season by ABC. There was one outstanding episode that proves the producers really can make good TV. The mom (the very cool Constance Wu) thought she had achieved acceptance with the other women in her neighborhood. She found out later that they only pretended to befriend her and were actually mocking what they considered to be her tacky jewelry, cheap clothes and thick accent. Instead of plotting a wacky revenge in classic sitcom style, she rose above it and informed the ladies she would still be their friend but asked they not judge all Chinese by her lack of sophistication and style. She totally put them in their snooty places. The story-line went from silly to sad to awesome in the space of 22 minutes. I hope they have more episodes like that in their next season. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on May 27, 2015, 1:04 pm

Mike & Molly - TV Shows
Maybe the most unlikable cast ever assembled. OK, Melissa McCarthy is funny and somewhat likable but everyone else is beyond obnoxious. Mike Biggs (funny, huh?) must now weigh 400 pounds, seriously, 400 pounds and he's supposed to be a Chicago cop? No way ever he could pass the fitness test or even drive a patrol car, he'd never fit! Can't believe it's still on the air. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on May 20, 2015, 4:30 pm

Simpsons, The - TV Shows
For the love of God and Humanity, kill this show! 27 years is too long for a TV show to live, it's just unnatural. The writers ran out of good ideas about a dozen seasons ago and as a result, the episodes are painfully NOT FUNNY! It seems every week the whole cast breaks into song and that hideous troll Moe has his own episode at least twice a month. Homer and Marge are senior citizens, Bart and Lisa are middle aged and Maggie is pushing 30! Enough, already! Let it die! OK, I'd be up for a Halloween Treehouse of Horror ONCE a year, but that's it! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on May 20, 2015, 4:14 pm

Veep - TV Shows
First of all guys, the name of the show is Veep, not The Veep. Secondly, it is a wickedly funny political satire. It's not liberal and it's not conservative and it makes vicious fun of politicians of all kinds. Dr. House fans, Red Alert!!! Hugh Laurie has joined the cast as Julia Louis-Drefus' running mate! Throw in Patton Oswalt as a ball-grabbing perv, and the amazing Tony Hale (Arrested Development) and recurring characters played by the likes of Kathy Najimy and Randall Park and you have an amazing show. Two Thumbs Up! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on May 20, 2015, 4:01 pm

Huff - TV Shows
This was a great show! In the very first episode a teenage boy commits suicide in Dr. Huff's office. So much for being in touch with his patients! Huff realized he had become terrible at his job and hated the Beverly Hills lifestyle his wife and mother had forced him into living. Over the next two seasons, Huff desperately tries to rediscover his passion for helping people including his psychotic brother and increasingly disturbed son. The show won a butt-load of awards. The fact it was cancelled the very day it won it's second straight Emmy for best drama speaks volumes about Showtime. There's a reason HBO is number 1, they stick with great shows even if the ratings suck. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on April 25, 2015, 7:35 am

2 Broke Girls - TV Shows
I really tried to hate this show but fell in love with Sophie, the big hearted (and just plain big) Polish whore. She is so vulgar, crude, and stupid you just want to hang out with her. She is the most original TV character I think I have ever seen, well done! -- Submitted By: (spacer) on April 25, 2015, 7:17 am

Everybody loves Raymond - TV Shows
Just read about 19-year old Sawyer Sweeten who played Geoffrey on the show. Poor kid killed himself on the front porch of his parents' home in Texas. His family must be devastated especially his twin brother, Sullivan. Hollywood claims another child actor. RIP buddy, I'm sorry you were in such pain. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on April 24, 2015, 8:28 am

Vikings - TV Shows
Well, I knew that Ragnar wasn't dead, it was obvious. Anyone who has watched more than a few episodes would recognize the trick was intended to first, fool the French, and second, to ferret out disloyal members of the camp, such as Floki, Kalf, and Horik's son, Erlendur. Rollo was certainly not above suspicion since he had betrayed his brother before and actually joined forces against him. I found it amusing the French were so easily duped and still, after being double-crossed twice, are still offering to negotiate. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on April 24, 2015, 8:22 am

Leonard Nimoy - Celebrities
Whoever wrote the comment about crying is right on! Nimoy and Spock were a part of the childhoods of millions of us over multiple generations. I felt like a part of me died along with Leonard but at least we have all those tv episodes and movies to watch over and over again. Thank you, Mr. Nimoy. rest in peace. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on March 8, 2015, 8:07 am

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