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Streets Of San Francisco, The - TV Shows
To the one who said that Karl Malden proved to be the cool one, I agree-- I finished the whole course of it on DVD (the final Hatch season included), and Karl was the one who kept it watchable; to me, he could invigorate even the weakest Hatch episode. -- Submitted By: () on December 16, 2018, 3:37 am

Donald Trump - Celebrities
The moment that Donald Trump was elected president, was the moment that both America & the entire world had started to suffer. What the hell was America thinking by electing this buffoon? -- Submitted By: () on December 22, 2017, 10:04 pm

Footloose - Movie Series
I like Kevin Bacon but I HATE Footloose -- Submitted By: () on November 15, 2017, 6:28 am

Fear the Walking Dead - TV Shows
The show completely bones when they decide to kill Travis. I have no idea what they were thinking. All of the other characters on the show are weak, bad actors, and are not strong enough to carry the show without Travis. They should have just ended the show when he announced he wanted out of his contract. -- Submitted By: () on June 9, 2017, 3:42 pm

Looking In - TV Shows
So, any of the alleged 137 year olds on this site wanna weigh in on this one? -- Submitted By: () on January 28, 2017, 9:16 pm

Prison Break - TV Shows
Is it possible to combine "They break out of prison" and "They broke out of prison" into a single "reason"? -- Submitted By: () on December 22, 2016, 9:18 pm

Grace Jones - Music Groups
@Pelirojo...*sings* Pull up to the bumper baby, in your long black limousine. Most of her chart-toppers were during the disco era. -- Submitted By: () on December 2, 2016, 8:29 pm

Roswell - TV Shows
I want to like the show, but most of it is actually kinda "meh." Especially Tess. Tess was annoying. -- Submitted By: () on September 10, 2016, 6:31 pm

Justice League - TV Shows
Never jumped...this show still rocks. I was not crazy about the JLU switch at first. It was cool seeing most of the DC Universe in animated form but the bad part was too many heroes and the half hour format. It seemed like the quality dropped off at first until it got to the Project Cadmus story line which was fantastic. I still miss this show and all the Bruce Timm DCAU stuff. My favorite super hero cartoon of all time...and this coming from a guy who grew up on shows like Spider Man and his Amazing Friends and the 90s X-Men. -- Submitted By: () on February 21, 2016, 6:13 pm

Dustin Diamond - Celebrities
I used to like Dustin Diamond even though I heard he was a jerk in real life and came across very much like one in Celebrity Fit Club. But he Boned the Fish with me when he published his tell all Saved by The Bell book, "Beyond the Bell." A book that throws shade at everyone in the cast. From reading the book the only people he liked on SBTB was Dennis Haskins "Mr. Belding" and Haley Mills. Said a lot of outlandish things from adult to child three somes to Mario Lopez rape. What made it worse is that Later on, DD admitted that most of the book was a lie. -- Submitted By: () on December 31, 2015, 9:39 pm

Nashville - TV Shows
Jeff Fordham falling off the roof because Oliver Hudson got a better role elsewhere is the classic Bone. In fact, after a great first year, with Powers Booth and JD Souther, they have gotten rid of all the good characters to where each episode is a weepy bore with everyone jealous of everywhere else. The writing has really fallen off. -- Submitted By: () on December 11, 2015, 5:57 am

Brady Bunch, The - TV Shows
The show started going south when the rumor mill began about the love triangle involving Alice, Mike and Sam the Butcher. I am talking about the real life people, not the characters of course. Not many people remember this, but it happened in late 1972. This was at a time when knowledge of Robert Reed being a pillow-biter was not wide-spread. Because the actors never spoke about it, most people speculated that Robert Reed and Sam the Butcher were double-teaming Alice...it was not until after Robert Reed was outed as a Comrade of the Colon that people started to rethink what REALLY went on in the love triangle. The tension between Mike Brady and Alice is undeniable after this event, so perhaps Alice was upset that Mike was monopolizing Sam the Butchers "meat"? According to crew members of the show, the saying around the set was: Never get in between Robert Reed and his meat. I am guessing Alice took exception to this and that is what caused the obvious on-air tension. Frankly, I am surprised Sherwood Schwartz did not replace Alice for the remainder of the series...he could have easily called in Hazel to take over role of Alice, but for some reason he decided to let them try to work it out. It clearly backfired, and as a result, the show Boned the Fish. -- Submitted By: () on October 15, 2015, 12:57 pm

Square Pegs - TV Shows
I remember this one. It had its moments but the thing I disliked about it was the total hypocrisy of the protagonists. Virtually from Day One they openly dissed the 'clique' to each other that they were so desperate to join yet we [the audience] were supposed to root for them and jeer at the clique for excluding them but, really, WHY should the clique have wanted folks who disliked them in it [and even the dimmest bulbs can usually sense when others dislike them]? It would have been one thing had they started the school year with unrealistic worship of those of the clique but then gradually gotten their eyes open and realize they didn't need to have anything to do with said clique which would have been perfectly realistic and sympathetic. Instead they constantly took umbrage for themselves and never once did any of the four of them call out their hypocrisy for wanting to join a group of folks they disliked. Instead Oh, and I also didn't like that the protagonists themselves were somewhat bigoted. This may have helped train Sarah Jessica Parker for "Sex in the City". -- Submitted By: () on June 28, 2015, 12:05 pm

Sims, The - Random Topics
I'm tempted to vote "Day 1" as I've only tried the first game but never seen the appeal, the whole "spending time doing virtual chores I should've done for real" concept totally turned me off. It just feels like the simulation game for the "normies" and the Facebook generation, those who don't have the talent or interest to build things like cities, railroads and skyscrapers. -- Submitted By: () on June 1, 2015, 3:08 pm

Facebook - Websites
I've had the displeasure of not following a lot of good friends of mine. Because god forbid, they can't go a day without sharing like 10 - 15 images clogging the newsfeed. Images of cheesy observational and motivational messages. Images of more unfunny animals like cats. Images of obvious inspirational messages done in these stupid fonts and sound like greeting cards. I'm sick of seeing them. That's what Tumblr is for. People have grown so clingy to Facebook, they feel that it's the only source of communication. What happened to the idea of the e-mail and/or messaging client? I remember using that stuff regularly like MSN, Yahoo! and AIM. Now I'm just down to Skype and everybody is either stubborn to move out of their Facebook caves or just don't bother. I like the exclusivity of messengers and e-mail. Facebook just bloats the idea of socializing and with all of it's features shoved in like apps and games, it has completely overdone the simple method of reaching people - communication. -- Submitted By: () on May 21, 2015, 3:21 am

Frosty the Snowman - TV Shows
Yeah I remember Frosty Returns. That was a very cringing "sequel". Cheesy songs, cheesy characters, stupid ending and a very weak reason to excuse why it had to warrant a sequel. -- Submitted By: () on May 9, 2015, 4:50 am

Best Buy - Random Topics
Best Buy's solution to computer problems - "Replace it by buying it here with us!" -- Submitted By: () on May 3, 2015, 12:07 am

Overkill - Music Groups
Their latest albums kick ass, they haven't lost a beat yet and going 30 years strong! Also, fuck Avenged Sevenfold for stealing their logo. They're unworthy! -- Submitted By: () on May 2, 2015, 4:44 pm

Al Sharpton - Celebrities
Your buddy Fred Phelps finally kicked the bucket a while ago. We're waiting on your hate-fueled racial ass, Al, to be next. You're not Martin Luther King Jr or Malcolm X, so stop trying to be when it's obvious that everytime your old ass spews more shit, we know where you lie. -- Submitted By: () on May 2, 2015, 1:14 am

Fansites - Random Topics
I've come upon the unfortunate discovery that there are fansites to Thomas the Tank Engine. Ran by middle-aged men. That's the same level of the disturbance in relation to the MLP fans. -- Submitted By: () on May 1, 2015, 3:43 am

Bill Hicks - Celebrities
If only he was alive long enough, I really would like to have seen more of his work. It just seemed that from the stuff I've seen of him. Not a lot of people could grasp some of his comedy, I think it was because he was ahead of his time and they weren't prepared. Conspiracy nuts have the audacity to think that Hicks is still alive through the persona that is Alex Jones. Alex Jones is your typical political whistleblower, conspiracist and whatnot. Bill Hicks is the exact opposite of that and is far too cooler than Jones. -- Submitted By: () on May 1, 2015, 3:40 am

AC DC - Music Groups
I'm so sick to death of hearing "Back and Black", it isn't because that I think AC/DC sucks. I blame commercialism and marketing when that song is forced fed through commercials and trailers to movies. AC/DC by now has got to be making incredible amounts of money from royalty just off of that song alone. It's because of the abuse of that one song and among the overplayed classics I've heard, I've been turned off by this band at times. -- Submitted By: () on May 1, 2015, 3:34 am

World of Warcraft - Random Topics
I could never get into this game and the trend it has helped popularize. This game has no end and that's the main problem of it. You're to play forever and ever, there will always be a new expansion pack to continue the longevity of it. WoW is what turns me off from MMORPG. -- Submitted By: () on May 1, 2015, 3:30 am

Kiss - Music Groups
I only like a song or two from them, but never been that big into them. I don't know why they were huge other than whoring their image out to the merchandising machine. In fact, that's probably what they're known for at all anymore and how overplayed "Rock 'N Roll All Night" is. One hit-wonder band and all show. -- Submitted By: () on April 29, 2015, 6:10 pm

Beast Machines - TV Shows
I think you're awfully wrong on this being the show that killed the classic transformers. I think this show was derailing what momentum the transformers shows had going. G1 ended up hurting itself around Season 3 and was cut off by Season 4 before it had any chance to redeem itself. Beast Machines was a very poor followup to what was an awesome show in Beast Wars before it. The fact that a lot of potential was wasted to have a great sequel was wasted. Key characters were altered in very horrendous ways. Rattrap looked like a damn stoner, Arachnia looked like a tramp, Optimus Primal looked like he was high on something all the time and Megatron being this totalitarian asshole instead of a menacing leader. -- Submitted By: () on April 28, 2015, 9:54 pm

World War II - Random Topics
Yeah, but my point is, is that you're trying to make generations of the future feel too hard in a period of time in which they've had NO involvement in. At best, we can only be like "aw, damn, that sucks." It's like, no, we can't remember Pearl Harbor because we weren't there! No, we can't remember the Holocaust because we weren't there! The imagination of what everybody had to go through back then is not as empowering as the actual memories of going through it. I mean, think of it this way. A lot of people on the internet has crafted Hitler into a fucking meme, an internet statue for controversy and being made a complete joke. Instead of being treated like a man where he's to be the symbol of who not to be like. So, I'm predicting that once all the key figures (most of them are gone anyways), all the survivors and all the vets. Once they're gone, I'm sorry but eventually in the midst of time, WWII will slowly be just a bedtime story. Now for the people idiotic enough to say that WWII and the Holocaust didn't happen, are the complete ignorant and disrespectful. Someone should buy them tickets to fly to Auschwitz and then try to say that nothing happened. -- Submitted By: () on April 28, 2015, 9:41 pm

Comcast - Random Topics
How this corporation manages to stay a float and continually treat their customers like imbeciles is absolutely astounding. This is why monopolizing should be illegal, because we need alternatives to go to, so that we don't have to tolerate being forced to sign up for such horrible services like Comcast. -- Submitted By: () on April 27, 2015, 10:26 pm

World War II - Random Topics
Hey asshole, I understand why the hell it had an impact. Learn to read, shallow-minded fool. You're coming off as an ignorant person who hasn't read a damn word I said. It's apparent WWII's effectiveness for U.S.A has been dimmed a bit thanks to 9/11, because we've lost that mentality prior to that event. So, almost everything was lost and soon we aren't going to have any holocaust survivors or WWII vets to help us remember. -- Submitted By: () on April 24, 2015, 8:13 am

Vikings - TV Shows
Everyone knows Ragnar isn't dead except his brother, best friend, and former wife. Total attempt to manipulate the viewer that fails badly. -- Submitted By: () on April 23, 2015, 10:09 pm

Full House - TV Shows
I'm pretty sure if one of the family members committed a crime, that once they got out of prison. They'd have to have a sit down on some bed or couch with the sappy music playing. "Now, Stephanie, it's not a good idea to sell drugs on the street corner. You don't know what you could get yourself into." Followed by a hug and some "Awwwww!!" from the fake audience. -- Submitted By: () on April 23, 2015, 10:02 pm

Saw - Movie Series
I disagree with the reason of Saw III "Became too much like Hostel." Saw came before Hostel did. More like, Hostel was trying to be like Saw in every way. -- Submitted By: () on April 21, 2015, 8:24 am

Texas - Random Topics
DolFan is amazing, he hates TV shows he has never seen and derides states to which he has never been! I'm sure glad he keeps an open mind! -- Submitted By: () on April 20, 2015, 2:01 pm

Osbournes, The - TV Shows
This was a very very awkward period for the Prince of Darkness. After this, I don't think I could take him seriously for his reputation in music anymore. I think this is what happens when sobered Ozzy goes a little off the deep end. -- Submitted By: () on April 18, 2015, 3:42 pm

Clarissa Explains It All - TV Shows
I always felt like a perv when this show came on because Melissa Joan Hart was so hot but she was also underage. -- Submitted By: () on April 13, 2015, 6:52 pm

Rude Customers - Random Topics
The customer IS always right...in their little worlds. -- Submitted By: () on April 11, 2015, 10:25 pm

Taxes - Random Topics
I'm proud to not have to pay taxes, least not yet. If our tax dollars was worth it, we would have seen some improvements by now, but we haven't. Governments spend tax dollars aimlessly and their favorite spots to waste those tax dollars are military and probably corporate funding. Why should we even trust them anymore? They SPEND more than they GAIN, that says a lot right there. Bunch of irresponsible fuckwits. A tax I'm specifically irritated by is the soda tax. They claim it's to "fight obesity". Well, it's doing a shitty job at it. First off, did taxes stop smokers from buying dozens of cigarette packs? No. It has kinda slowed it down, but they're still there. What makes you honestly think taxing soda is gonna slow down obese people? How about encourage the obese people that the option to lose weight is there and tell them infront of their fat faces. That the reason they're obese is because of their lack of self-control. Don't make the rest of the people suffer unnecessary taxes because people can't control how they eat! -- Submitted By: () on April 8, 2015, 7:00 am

Extreme Ghostbusters - TV Shows
You got to admit though, that Kaylie chick was pretty hot in the show. If there was anything worth watching. -- Submitted By: () on April 8, 2015, 6:27 am

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Music Groups
Just lost the original drummer to this band. R.I.P Bob Burns. -- Submitted By: () on April 4, 2015, 10:32 am

Public Libraries - Random Topics
My library is nice enough to have wi-fi so that if you had a laptop, you weren't bogged down with the sign-up process. That point, you could have as much net time as you need until the library closes. I'm torn with the whole DVD or even VHS (depending on your local library, I know mine has them.) Because in one hand, I believe we should have DVDs or any media that focused on documentaries, biographies, autobiographies and anything else shouldn't be bothered with. Another hand says, DVD is a DVD, if you need some form of entertainment. I'm also torn on the net issue, actually, I'm not. The net, especially in a public library, should be for informational purposes. Get your broke ass up, find a job and get your own internet for other uses. I have a personal role with my library now, I see how many pornographic bookmarks I can find on a computer before deleting them. Kinda ridiculous how many you could find, in addition to people not smart enough to log out of their facebook accounts too. -- Submitted By: () on April 2, 2015, 9:08 am

PSP - Random Topics
I never understood they they bothered trying to force the idea of playing movies and music on it. It's made to play games and that's all it should do. It's too unattractive to be a movie player and definitely not an attractable player for music. There are already better alternatives to those, but Sony bothered releasing movies for the UMD format just as an excuse to buy the PSP for. -- Submitted By: () on April 2, 2015, 8:55 am

Sammy Hagar - Music Groups
Think him turning 60 is bad, guy is 3 years shy from 70. Think about that. -- Submitted By: () on April 2, 2015, 8:46 am

Tool - Music Groups
I'm rather a tad worried about when and if the 5th Tool album will ever come to light. Will they be as technical, complex, trippy, thought provoking and heavy as they were times before? They're about all in their 50s by now, including Maynard. If Maynard even loses an ounce of his vocal capabilities more than once or in fact, any of the members losing their stride in this album, then it'd be over. I don't expect another Aenima hit, but, more material from Tool is a must. -- Submitted By: () on April 2, 2015, 8:42 am

NickelBack - Music Groups
To a point, I don't mind this band overall. But, their vanilla-like atmosphere is nothing to be impressed about. It's like they're a condom for music. You think "Photograph" is bad, try listening to "S.E.X", it's like a song for 40-year old virgins. -- Submitted By: () on April 2, 2015, 8:34 am

System of a Down - Music Groups
Serj Tankian is actually a great vocalist, least I think so. It's when they started getting the other guy, Daron, more on vocal involvement did the band become intolerable. Just, stick to backing vocals and leave everything to Serj. -- Submitted By: () on April 2, 2015, 8:28 am

Lady Gaga - Music Groups
Someone commented and had the audacity to label her shocking image comparative to Marilyn Manson's shock rock image. Okay, in the pop music industry, you're manufactured to be controversial. That is, if your popularity is about to fizzle out. I mean, look at Miley Cyrus. Being controversial in pop is a tool to gain popularity back. When being shock rock, you do it out of some level of sheer belief and really hit home what you're intending to be so shocking about. Something Gaga apparently lacks when compared to Manson. -- Submitted By: () on April 2, 2015, 8:23 am

1990's - Random Topics
I was born in 1989, but I only had 3 1/2 months with the 80s, while the 90s became my decade to grow up with. The 90s, to me, looking back at it and fast forwarding to now. It was the last decade where everything felt great to just live in. It had the "in your face" attitude and it was probably the last decade where anyone told you to "tough it up and deal with it." mentality. Since the 2000s, however, everything shifted but I would agree with MCS about 9/11. It was THE turning point for the world and society as we knew it. Everyone decided to be more afraid and now all of a sudden we've got to be politically correct about everything we do or say anymore. Otherwise, our country will frown and prosecute us if we act out of bounds towards terrorism. Least what they think is terrorism, anyways, considering they think rational thinking is about up there with terrorism. The "tough it up and deal with it" mentality is now replaced with "everyone is equally special in their own way, here's a hug and a pat on the shoulder." mentality. It may not be a great decade to others because of certain events or so. But, to me, it was really the last decade everything felt awesome. Now things suck hard and continue to do so well into the 2010s from the 2000s. -- Submitted By: () on March 31, 2015, 9:55 am

Unidentifed Flying Objects (UFOs) - Random Topics
It suggests to me that, it was easier to trick people back then with what technological limitations that was available at the time. But, since technology advanced and it's everywhere. Then suddenly, it'd be difficult to fool anyone without them asking over 50 questions of the legitimacy of whatever is taken. It's like with God and Jesus. Thousands of years ago, everyone believed the prophecies and the scriptures written in a book. Thousands of years later, the religion is used as a shield to hide behind to excuse one's misbehavior and criminal schemes. While as a tool to whip people into line before they are truly accepted. -- Submitted By: () on March 31, 2015, 7:27 am

Tim Burton - Celebrities
Tim Burton is like a one-trick pony to me. Can he not make a whacked out, quirky and obscure film? I mean, yeah, the remake of Planet of the Apes was that moment. Then it just went back to Buron's usual ways. I mean, it's not like I hate everything he's made, but the stuff he's made are just more excuses for Hot Topic to make merchandise out of. He really did fail at the Chocolate Factory remake, though. Sorry, Burton, but your mystique doesn't cut the masterpiece Gene Wilder partook in. -- Submitted By: () on March 31, 2015, 7:06 am

Ice Cube - Celebrities
Ice Cube is about as ironic as Ice T. Both acted like hard-time gangstas but as soon as something happens to them, they back down. Except Ice T has more of the irony, considering he made an anti-police song then ends up on Law and Order playing a cop. -- Submitted By: () on March 31, 2015, 7:03 am

Blade - Movie Series
I think they had an idea of what they were gonna do with the sequel. It was Trinity that they obviously didn't know what they were doing in. Trinity was like "Blade and Friends". Also they managed to botch Dracula, which could have and should have made things more interesting. Blade's version of Dracula was rather dull, just as the whole movie was. -- Submitted By: () on March 27, 2015, 6:50 am

Better Call Saul - TV Shows
Funny and beginning to get creepy, just like Breaking Bad. Michael McKean is awesome as Jimmy/Saul's nutsy older brother and I agree Jonathan Banks' character of Mike is incredible. -- Submitted By: () on March 26, 2015, 10:43 am

Better Call Saul - TV Shows
Good show! It has all he drama of Breaking Bad and more humor. I LOVE the character of Mike. He's one badass old dude! -- Submitted By: () on March 22, 2015, 7:31 am

REAL Ghostbusters, The - TV Shows
The Real Ghostbusters is probably my favorite childhood show, and one that has held up to this day. While many of the cartoons I watched as a kid haven't aged well, Real Ghostbusters can still hold this adult's interest. As far as boning, the other commenters have the correct idea, but there is a third aspect of the boning not mentioned (the departure of the story editor). To summarize, Real Ghostbusters boned after Season 2 (the 65 episode syndicated 'season'). Three things happened. 1. The story editor, J. Michael Straczynski, left the show. 2. The focus of the show changed more over to Slimer, and the show slowly became more kiddie like. 3. Lorenzo Music (voice of Dr. Peter Venkmen) and Laura Summer (voice of Janine Melnitz; Janine loses her Brooklyn accent at this point) leave the show. A few of their episodes were even later redubbed. One silver lining as that all 3 of these things happened all at once, so one can simply not watch any episodes after Season 2. Stracynski did return a couple of years later for a few episodes, but it wasn't enough to save the series. -- Submitted By: () on March 21, 2015, 5:24 pm

Better Call Saul - TV Shows
Great, funny, and deeply moving show! Jonathan Banks, who plays the character of Mike, with his deadly serious deadpan look and put-upon persona is the perfect match against Bob Odenkirk's low-key satirical comedy style. If you loved Breaking Bad, you will love Better Call Saul! BTW you guys misspelled the title! -- Submitted By: () on March 19, 2015, 12:44 pm

Leonard Nimoy - Celebrities
I love TV and movies but I don't get into celebrity worship. Robin Williams was one of my favorite actors. When I heard of his death I reacted with "that's a shame," and moved on without a second thought. Something deeply strange happened when I heard Leonard Nimoy was dead. I was working at my desk around noon on Friday and decided to check out the news. I hit the NPR stream on my phone and they were playing the Star Trek theme from the original series. I thought, cool, a Star Trek story. Instead of the usual 10 or 15 second clip, they played the whole thing and I began to get uneasy, the music went on for too long and I knew something was up. After the theme finished a very somber NPR guy said, "Leonard Nimoy died this morning at his home in California. He was 83." Here's the weird part. I cried. The news hit me right in the gut and I sobbed like a little kid. I still can't figure out why. I had never met the man and had no personal connection to him or his family. Yet there I was crying over the news of his death. I guess Nimoy and the character he was forever tied to, Spock, represented the best of human (and Vulcan) character traits. While Kirk was the frat-boy "let's break the rules and bang the babes" kind of guy, Spock was the stand-up, do what's right nerd. He was the one who took deep pride in wearing the Star Fleet uniform and was very much the conscience of the USS Enterprise. Spock has been a part of my entire life, I never knew a time without him, or Leonard Nimoy, until now. If Gene Roddenberry's vision of a better future is to last it is because of the character Spock, so brilliantly brought to life by Nimoy. I mourn the actor's passing but I know Spock will live on for many more generations. Spock and Nimoy were the best we have to offer the universe. He was the best of us, the best of our hearts, and the best of our souls and minds. LLAP old friend in your new home. -- Submitted By: () on March 1, 2015, 7:15 am

Star Trek - TV Shows
Live long and prosper in the next life, buddy. My heart is broken. -- Submitted By: () on February 27, 2015, 12:27 pm

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (1985) - TV Shows
Destro was underrated, a heck of a villain -- Submitted By: () on January 26, 2015, 1:46 pm

My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Movie Series
Ugh, tell me about it. My brony friends would pay $10 for an object worth $1 just because "ponies!". I look at the brony phenomenon, and wonder "why?". I gave it another try, but don't see what the big deal is. The plots range from average to contrived. The "awesome animation" is Flash. You know, the stuff average people use online since they can't afford animation studios? I watched both Equestria Girls movies with them. The villain of the first movie, who's done major damage (both physical and immaterial), is very sorry and ready to be good once she's defeated. Say what? I recall a demon-centaur from the original My Little Pony, and he was evil. Why do they give people this pathetic HSM wannabe and this "I'm mean because I don't know how to make friends!" crybaby instead? SMDH. Well, as long as the bronies aren't hurting anyone. -- Submitted By: () on January 1, 2015, 7:05 pm

Christmas - Random Topics
I hate how commercialized christmas has become. Just about as commercialized as halloween became. But, it became more about getting the best gifts for people and that's what it boils down to. Buy, buy, buy and buy the best things in order to be festive. It also became a day where we take one day off to be nice to eachother but the next day, it's back to the normal swing of things. One thing that annoyed me the most, is, one of my local radio stations takes it upon itself to pull a 24-hour x-mas music format. Starts on the 21st of November, even before Thanksgiving and ends about a week passing New Years. That's taking the piss for x-mas music. By then, everyone is practically begging the radio station to go back to Top 40s format. -- Submitted By: () on December 26, 2014, 11:54 pm

Grammy Awards - Random Topics
Well, the Grammys, Academies etc. are all pre-decided by the industries running them. Whatever garnered the most money, success or whatever, wins. I think it's a joke whenever they mention that the people voted them to win. When really, it's the industries. -- Submitted By: () on December 26, 2014, 11:33 pm

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

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

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

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

Garfield (comic strip) - Random Topics
I think Garfield's 15 minutes of fame were long gone and dead. I mean, the comics themselves were golden probably the first year or two of strips. But if you've actually paid attention, you'll notice that the strips are basically recycling themselves. How many instances have you read where Garfield eats the food and his owner Jon Arbuckle comically yelling at him for it? There's only so many directions you can take that but it gets rehashed a lot. The dialogue has even gotten pale and lacks much wit or charm. Kinda starts making you question a bit of why it was even popular still. The real movie is what really destroyed it for me since I was a Garfield fan up until that point. I never saw the movie myself or it's sequel. I just knew that's when Garfield has boned and really has shown it's age as a comic strip. It needs to go, it's just Jim Davis' one trick pony. -- Submitted By: () on November 16, 2014, 1:54 am

Justin Bieber - Celebrities
This kid is so overrated. His voice isn't even that bad, it's just that his songs have no "feel" or soul to them. Like that "Baby, Baby, Ohhh" song, just feels prepackaged for the tweens. Also, he gives off vibes of autotuning... NOT cool. -- Submitted By: () on October 10, 2014, 8:56 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

Star Wars - Movie Series
You know, it should be up to the community and fandom of what's canon and non-canon. Because apparently the people who created this universe. Just can't seem to make up their mind or that they do but they affect a lot of things. -- Submitted By: () on September 30, 2014, 5:14 am

Religion - Random Topics
Oh, look like someone got a little mad at that one. lol -- Submitted By: () on September 30, 2014, 5:11 am

Apple Inc. - Random Topics
Name me an Apple computer where you could make your own choices on how it should be built to operate on specific functions. Like, gaming. I hear crickets. The one and major gripe I have with Apple. Is that they have a nag for claiming ideas that were already done before them, as theirs. Sure, the technology has evolved to make them better. But, Apple wasn't the first. Take their IPod, for example. Basically it's an MP3 portable player that relies on a crappy program to put music on. All Apple did was boost it's space so you could hold more songs on it. That was it. Then they jacked up the price to several hundred dollars. Which leads me to my other point. Does everything Apple release have to be marked for over a grand and a half? even their smallest piece of hardware is within under a grand, but near. You could find so many cheap alternatives, especially when it comes to computers, and they'll function just as if not better than anything Apple has made. Yet Apple fans eat this up and flaunt on how they spent over $1,800 on their little Mac computer. Pfft, I can make a PC roughly a third of that price and it'll function better than any Mac on the market. Eat it, fanboys. I'd hate to be under the umbrella of a corporation that tells me when it's time to upgrade when I'M the one to decide that. -- Submitted By: () on September 30, 2014, 5:07 am

Rap (music) - Random Topics
I've had a phase where I've actually accepted Rap. I've had my select favorites: Snoop-Dogg, Dr.Dre, Ice Cube just to name a few. Lyrics mattered as much as the beats did. Now it has become nothing but flash and complete ego-stroking every inch of the way. If you have ever watched a rap music video. You'll notice that the theme is the same exact thing. You watch one music video, you've seen them all. It hasn't changed in three decades, it just grows gradually more exaggerated every decade that passes. They always claim that they're not in it to make money. That they're in it to make themselves heard and how hard times are. Newsflash, asshole. We know times are hard and if you're not in it for the money. How come you are going off about how big your house is, how many bitches you fuck within a week, how much drug/alcohol you get away doing everytime and how much money you make off of your so-called "music"? I guess the times are not that hard if they're making so much money off of this genre. Which is why it's trash. -- Submitted By: () on September 27, 2014, 2:34 am

Kid Rock - Music Groups
You know, I think he acknowledged what kind of a talent he is. I'll take a lyric from one of his songs called American Badass. "I know it stinks in here, because I'm the shit!" Yes you were and are, Kid Rock, you're the shit. The BAD kind of shit. Metallica should have sued your balls off instead of Napster for ripping their sound off from Sad But True, you talentless hack. -- Submitted By: () on September 27, 2014, 1:41 am

NFL - Random Topics
NFL these days=National Felons League. No wonder I've referred to the commissioner as Badell for years. -- Submitted By: () on September 22, 2014, 7:45 pm

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

Jeferson Airplane - Music Groups
I love "We built this City" ! I like those good cheesy 80s hits. -- Submitted By: () on September 15, 2014, 1:59 pm

Cosby Show, The - TV Shows
Believe me, this show was the business in the 1980s. There were exit stage rights, new kids in town, puberties and unbelievable facts. The Cosby Show first boned when another Cosby kid (Sondra) was added. Cosby said they only had four children in the beginning. Then, over time, new characters like Elvin and Cockaroach were added. Cosby went through his black consciousness phase and brought Denise to Hillman. Because of the actors hair, Cockaroach was no longer on the show. The only one with steady friendships on there was Rudy. Rudy never hit it off with Bud, which was a disappointment for all. How were Cosby's parents still alive? How many grandparents were on that show?! The worst change to happen to the show was Lisa Bonet going on to star on A Different World. The show fell apart after that. Sandra became a huge word that rhymes with witch. Theo wasn't as lovable after he hit puberty. His charm wore off. Rudy grew a mustache and Vanessa had her share of terrible hairdos. The fish was tailless once Denise's husband Martin and Raven Simone joined the ensemble. Raven brought nothing to the show and Theo bloomed into an intelligent young man over night. Of course, I was as heartbroken as Dwayne Wayne was over my crush marrying plain old Martin. There were still some good episodes here and there, but it wasn't as good as it was at first. Over the summer of 90, we were informed through TV Guide that yet aaanother person was coming to stay in the Huxtable household. Who else but Erica Alexander as, the never mentioned before season 7, Cousin Pam. She was brought on to be like an urban Cosby kid. The premise failed because Pam's friend, Charlamane, had a voice which sounded like nails on a chalkboard. The last episode aired after the LA Riots coverage, if I remember correctly. Theo graduated which served as the final fact that Heathcliff was an excellent well educated father. All in all, it was a good show, but the show went in too many different directions. -- Submitted By: () on September 13, 2014, 8:48 pm

DuckTales - TV Shows
I agree that the show was weakened by the gimmicky characters, but I don't think it enough to call it a Fish Boner. I do remember missing some of the neglected early characters like Gyro in the 2nd season, though. -- Submitted By: () on September 3, 2014, 12:59 am

Girlfriends - TV Shows
Monica is annoying. I don't know what the hell the writers were thinking when putting her in more episodes. Wait, yes I do, they thought that maybe the viewers would be too dumb to notice that they were trying to use her to fill Toni's spot. News flash, you can't introduce Monica to us as being this evil golddigger villian who seduced William and hates all the Girlfriends, then 3 seasons later expect everybody to just embrace her like she's been their homegirl since Day 1. WTF? "Let's make Joan and Monica suddenly become BFF's! Since Toni's gone, they'll suddenly be pals!" -- Submitted By: () on September 1, 2014, 3:46 pm

Dark Shadows - TV Shows
When I was young, I really enjoyed the show, basically though most of it's run up until at least the final parallel time arc, but in hindsight and having rewatched it, I have to revise that radically, and many fans will probably disagree with me. I believe the show jumped the shark when instead of being about Victoria Winters it became the adventures of Barnabas and Julia. And then several times they attempted to recreate the 1795 story line (the height of the series) in different times, with ever declining originality. It's been popular to say that the show didn't 'really' take off until Barnabas, but after they repeat plots for the 2nd or even 3rd time I started to miss the first couple hundred episodes that had more character build up and not nearly as much supernatural elements. -- Submitted By: () on August 25, 2014, 9:12 pm

Air America Radio - Random Topics
Actually it's the opposite--most people start off liberal when they're young and don't know any better, and then when they get jobs and families and have to pay taxes and worry about what their kids are being exposed to they make the switch because they realize all that liberal pie in the sky stuff doesn't fly in the real world. Kinda like the guy who sowed his oats in high school and college who turns into Mr. Abstinence when he has a daughter. -- Submitted By: () on August 20, 2014, 3:08 pm

Cosby Show, The - TV Shows
Later into the show, is it me or was everyone either paying tribute to a dead or near death jazz musician, wearing a turban and African jewelry, or otherwise highlighting something or someone as though every month were Black History Month? 20 minute long speeches by all 8 sets of grandparents about the Civil Rights movement during card games??? Granted, there is nothing wrong with a person expressing pride in their race, but I was more interested in the Cosbys and the comedy they provided the first couple of seasons, if I wanted. -- Submitted By: () on August 18, 2014, 6:06 pm

To Catch A Predator - TV Shows
"South Park" did a parody of this show where the host lures people to a house and then keeps telling them to "take a seat." When Conan O'Brien hosted the Emmys a few years ago, he was transported into various TV shows, including this one. -- Submitted By: () on July 23, 2014, 1:34 pm

Keeping Up With The Kardashians - TV Shows
Who. The. Fuck. Cares? Yay, more unimportant celebrities to keep track of because they have money and fame! -- Submitted By: () on July 23, 2014, 2:22 am

CNN - Random Topics
For anyone who thinks CNN is unbiased, may I point you to Piers Morgan's deplorable actions after Sandy Hook? He took to the airwaves for weeks screaming that gun owners are all nuts. His town hall debate, which he monopolized and used to berate those attending with opposing viewpoints, was a shining example of his bias. Even my stepdad, who is a STAUNCH liberal, thought he had gone too far and was discrediting his position by being an asshole. If that's not enough for you, perhaps we can include Susan Roesgen's positive meltdown at a Chicago Tea Party protest, during which she sputtered accusations of fascism and Fox News hate. Or how about Rick Sanchez's attempts to equate pro-lifers to Westboro Baptists? How about the fact that Michael Moore still has a recurring spot on CNN? How about their plethora of left-leaning "original specials?" Yeah, real down-the-middle there. /sarcasm -- Submitted By: () on July 22, 2014, 10:33 am

Tyler Perry movies - Movie Series
The guy sucks and is not funny. Playing an outraged black woman really got old after a few minutes. Not to mention obnoxiously loud. -- Submitted By: () on July 14, 2014, 5:01 am

Spill.com - Websites
This site had the best movie reviews imo. Too bad it got shut down...Oh well, at least Korey and Leon (actually named Martin) are back at it with a new site named Double Toasted. -- Submitted By: () on July 3, 2014, 4:01 pm

Flash Gordon (2007) - TV Shows
Nothing in common with the traditional Flash Gordon but the name. A complete waste. -- Submitted By: () on May 29, 2014, 2:11 pm

Family Ties - TV Shows
I liked this show for about the first half of the first season, when it stuck to its original premise of a pair of middle aged ex-hippies now living a middle class existence with three varied children who did not share their ideals. But then it became "The Alex P. Keaton Show", everyone else was relegated to background status, and I stopped watching. -- Submitted By: () on May 29, 2014, 2:04 pm

Sam & Cat - TV Shows
I have been watching this show for awhile now, and it is definately not a "kids show." There are adult references everywhere. I love it! -- Submitted By: () on May 10, 2014, 10:56 pm

Battlestar Galactica 1978 - TV Shows
They lost a HUGE amount of funding because Lucas sued for copyright infringement, completely ridiculous, TOTALLY different premise than Star Wars,,,,so funding was RADICALLY cut, this is the cause of the majority of the complaints on here,,,,i.e., little to no special effects, characters disappearing,,,,then it was moved to a Sunday night format where the FCC had decreed that all Sunday night programming had to be educational,,,so no more cool laser fights,,,,by then it was just Apollo and Starbuck ferrying a bunch of stupid kids (Jason, Moonstone, and Starla, anyone?) around, flying motorcycles,,,,and lots of other stupid crap but the station had to do the best they were given,,,,I don't even want to talk about how Godawful G1980 was,,,,except the last episode with the return of Starbuck,,,,,one part that was unintentionally hilarious was how in the voiceovers Starbuck sounds like a polished poet, and the quality of the special effects went down with Cy the Cylon because the suits wanted to have a character that was more identifiable so you can actually hear the actors tones in Cy's dialogue,,,,,never could really get into the new ones, though there were a few good scenes,,,, -- Submitted By: () on April 29, 2014, 4:45 pm

V (1984) - TV Shows
The miniseries was good, they "dumbed it down" for a TV audience with the half-breed girl, Elizabeth "magically" absorbing the force of the bomb. In the book it made MUCH more sense,she was a prodigy, and she saved the day, but by programming the countdown into an endless loop so the bomb would never explode. The TV show boned almost immediately by killing off main characters like Elias and Martin, cheap special effects, Donovan captured/escaping over and over,,,,,we didn't have "Bone the Fish" as a statement back then, but I remember thinking that as a thirteen-year old kid! And the recently-released sequel novels all sucked too,,,,the original novels during the eighties were okay but the CRAP released in the last few years were garbage,,,seemed more interested in talking about deviant sex acts between humans and Visitors than anything else,,,,, -- Submitted By: () on April 29, 2014, 3:03 pm

Roseanne - TV Shows
I wouldn't say Season 6 is where it officially jumped because there are some great/classic episodes in S6, like A Stash from the Past, Lies My Father Told Me and Don't Ask Don't Tell, just to name a few. Season 6 is an above average season in general. Honestly, Season 7 is when things got a lot less funny and characters seemed to become complete caricatures of themselves. I have no problem with women cutting their hair, but for some reason, as soon as Jackie cut her hair, it was like "BAM, I'm going to act like a cross between Ellen DeGeneres and Barney Fife now!". I personally think the show should have ended at the end of S6, because the show would have went out on a high note. But instead, it went on for 3 more utterly unnecessary seasons, in which Jackie's character suddenly exists only to pop into a room, grimace and say something insanely slapstick, clutch onto Andy for dear life, and go right back out. She and Roseanne didn't even seem close anymore at that point. Another thing I noticed is that, even though I liked David, he began getting more airtime than necessary (more than DARLENE, DJ, JACKIE, etc) and Mark went from being the smooth bad boy/rebel (think "Fonz" from Happy Days) to being dumber than a box of rocks. But the actual shark jump moment that there was absolutely no turning back from was when the hit the lottery. The sharks had been swarming around for awhile before that, but when the Conners were suddenly multimillionaires the shark was jumped, maimed, and suffered a bloody gory death. The lottery episode was completely uncalled for, unrealistic and it also went against everything the show was supposed to be about in the first place. That was the definite point of no return, and the show continued to head into a continuous downward spiral for the rest of it's run. After they won the lottery, the charm of the show was gone, the characters (which had already started to become caricatures of their former selves) were no longer funny, relatable, and the chemistry that they used to have was absent. Everything was suddenly awkward and no longer even felt like "Roseanne". -- Submitted By: () on April 24, 2014, 11:44 pm

Chick Tracts - Random Topics
A Chick Tract led me to the Lord, but Mr. Chick is a bit opinionated. I attended a Catholic Mass this past Easter, Mary (That's Jesus Mother for those of you in Rio Linda!) was mentioned only once, DISPROVING Catholics are nothing more than a bunch of stark raving Mary Worshipers. As a matter of fact they mentioned many of the same things my church (Baptist)did. They mentioned that Adam and Eve caused sin to enter this world, and all of us have sinned one time or another. They also said the "Blessed Hope" (That's The Rapture for those of you in Rio Linda!) could take place at any time. IMHO Catholics are Christians, they just worship god differently, and there is NOTHING wrong with that. PS if Jack Chick thinks he knows EVERYTHING about Christians there is a little test he can take. Fill an olympic sized pool with water. Put in 10,000 HUNGRY Piranhas (This is Optional but it kind of makes things a little more interesting LOL). Mr Chick will then walk the length of the pool. If he's 100% right it shouldn't be any problem. What's that, you aren't 100% right? In that case Bon Appetit Fishies! -- Submitted By: () on April 21, 2014, 12:12 pm

Pan Am - TV Shows
IMO, once one saw a few minutes of folks dressing up in suits to ride in planes with inedible meals being served with the finest plates and cutlery and then waxed nostalgic about being treated as royalty by the now-defunct airline, there really was no point in tuning in. -- Submitted By: () on March 30, 2014, 1:57 pm

Celebrity Rehab - TV Shows
Dr. Drew probably regrets coming up with this show now that he has five celebrity patients/contestants from his show that are now corpses because his treatment didn't work. The public, fairly or unfairly, blames him for it. This is why therapy is supposed to be behind closed doors and not a circus act. -- Submitted By: () on March 26, 2014, 10:37 pm

Sony - Random Topics
The Sony BMG copy protection rootkit scandal...need I say more? Pretty shady stuff there. -- Submitted By: () on March 23, 2014, 1:39 am

Pokemon - TV Shows
It boned for me when I saw Pikachu defeat an Onix. Try playing the game and see if that logic works. I never expected this anime to follow the games, hell, it didn't even try to follow the manga closely. Ash Ketchum became a nuisance, no matter the season, and yeah despite the Pokemon looking good. They really had to resort to repeating their given names over and over like idiots. -- Submitted By: () on March 23, 2014, 1:35 am

Mega Man (TV series) - TV Shows
It was your typical cheesy 90s cartoon show that just like every other video game TV show like it. Bombed and boned. Nothing is right, the source material is screwed with and there is always awkward moments to this day people parody over. Like Guts Man's ass. -- Submitted By: () on March 23, 2014, 1:30 am

Burger King - Random Topics
Why isn't the Subservient Chicken on here? That thing right next to the plastic King mascot is just as creepy. You can tell it to do (almost) anything. That site has existed for quite a while, though I think it has finally been taken down. But, it was something for a while. -- Submitted By: () on March 23, 2014, 1:24 am

Alice Cooper - Music Groups
Every decade, Alice Cooper adapts to it. So, of course it's just a mixed bag on how you prefer the music of Alice Cooper. In the 80s, yeah he had the wild hair going, the New Wave, Radio-Friendly thing. Then early 2000s, he got dark with Brutal Planet and Dragontown. These days, he's kinda mixing it up but eventually. Least that was the kindof exposure of his music I got. But either way, he was awesome. -- Submitted By: () on March 23, 2014, 1:16 am

Transformers: Prime - TV Shows
I actually like the look and feel of this show. Frank Welker returning as Megatron, finally, was a plus. In fact, he changed the voice of Megatron so it's completely different from his G1 counterpart. Which actually worked and is fine in my book. Only nitpicks I have is, they made Optimus Prime's mouth look ugly. Everytime he's seen with that mouth, he's just a little hard to take seriously or even know if it's him. The other, is that the human characters are seriously stereotypical and intolerable in everyway. They're all one-dimensional. Other than all of that, it's good. Oh, why kill Cliffjumper so early?! -- Submitted By: () on March 23, 2014, 1:11 am

Spider-Man - Movie Series
I disliked the 3rd for obvious reasons I won't state because I'll just be stating everyone's opinions. But, they could've gone a better direction with Venom and the Symbiote/Peter's relationship. I heavily doubt if one were to be absorbed or taken over by a symbiote, it'd make you want to dress dark, comb your hair down, and start dancing shamelessly. There were so many better takes and material to base that relationship off. But they instead went with that for some ridiculous reason. Also, we've known all along Ben's killer was that robber guy in the first film. Entirely un-necessary to pin it on Sandman when he alone has his own reasons already for going after Spider-Man. Just wasteful. -- Submitted By: () on March 19, 2014, 4:11 am

Matrix - Movie Series
The 2nd and 3rd ones should not have been made in the same year. I didn't mind them. But, they could've waited longer instead of pushing through rush jobs. Although the dialogue in the two sequels were giving me a headache. So. Much. Explaining. Cryptic. Knowledge. -- Submitted By: () on March 19, 2014, 4:06 am

Nutty Professor, The (1996 film) - Movie Series
Sorry, Eddie. But there's only so much of you we can take. The sequel was practically intolerable. -- Submitted By: () on March 19, 2014, 1:44 am

Saw - Movie Series
Saw should have stopped at III. It would've made a good trilogy. But, they decided to continue it until it got quite pretentious in itself. I've watched the series up until VI and I haven't mustered up the interest to watch the "Final Chapter". Not because I got queasy, but because it got stupid and literally became a trend of "how can this victim get killed in the most horrendous way possible?" theme. -- Submitted By: () on March 18, 2014, 11:18 pm

Killer Instinct - Random Topics
Oh yes the new Killer Instinct is out and it looks okay. But what bothers me the most is how much the microtransaction has raped that game. I praise Double Helix for getting this game going but at the same token, I'd much prefer RARE to do it. -- Submitted By: () on March 14, 2014, 4:04 pm

Ice-T - Celebrities
I just find it funny he made a song about killing cops. Then ends up on cop shows. -- Submitted By: () on March 14, 2014, 4:02 pm

Twilight - Movie Series
It seriously was a horrible fanfic of a book that somehow made it into half a dozen movies. That speaks a lot about the movie industry today. I know a lot of movies involving vampires will either keep everything about a vampire intact for the "classic" version. Then there are some who finds some alterations with them with little changes like Underworld and Blade for example. But, the difference here is they made vampires a little more interesting. Twilight completely pussified them. -- Submitted By: () on March 14, 2014, 4:00 pm

Terminator - Movie Series
It was supposed to have ended with T2. James Cameron himself has come out and said that with the two movies, everything was there and nothing needed to be explained. Then Terminator 3 came along because I guess some director had it up his ass and thought it needed to repeat the formula again. Then came Salvation trying to be either a prequel or whatever. I agree, it should've just been left to T2. Those other attempts just fell so out of place. When I first heard Arnold as the T-850 say in T3 after being explained by John Connor about blowing up Cyberdyne. He said "It was only post-poned". I could only think then was "yeah...an excuse to make more money." -- Submitted By: () on March 14, 2014, 3:57 pm

Vladimir Putin - Celebrities
Due to his recent antics, I've just been referring to Putin as "Novohitler". His actions and statements bear an eerie resemblance to what was coming out of Nazi Germany in the 1930s. -- Submitted By: () on March 12, 2014, 8:30 am

Homeschooling - Random Topics
It's reached the point where any parent who cares the slightest about their kids MUST have them home-schooled if they are to get any education whatsoever, not to mention make it to age 18 without dying. American public schools have never been more horribly run than right now, and private schools cost too much for most folks and aren't really superior enough to justify the cost. -- Submitted By: () on March 7, 2014, 7:10 am

ALF - TV Shows
Re-watching quite a few episodes of the show, I would say the boning point was towards the end of the Forth Season. By that point, it was becoming obvious that the cast was growing weary of doing the show in the form of not only their attitude towards Alf but in Alf's behaviour. Towards the end, Alf was starting to get far more annoying and even Brian seemed sick of him. An example from very late in the Series run is a Forth Season episode where Lynn is thinking of move out and Alf is harassing her to do so because he wants her room. Given what the cast has since said about how stressful the show was to be a part of, both the level of annoyance the characters displayed towards Alf and his attitude feel like a sad indicator of just how tried everyone must have been of the doing the show. Another example is another Forth Season episode where Alf runs away and ends up with Neil. Alf's behaviour at Neil's place is so bad that it's to the point of being malevolent and painful to watch. Willie, upon finding out about it, behaves as though this is all perfectly normal for Alf. I still do have plenty of good memories of this show. However, I do have to sadly admit that the forth season was the point where it was time to say goodbye and move on. -- Submitted By: () on February 20, 2014, 2:56 pm

2010s - Random Topics
Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus. That says it all. Okay, one more thing. The 2010s phrase that makes me want to go on a rampage is "butthurt". Also the phrase "(something) much?" And "butthurt much?" makes me want to gouge someone's eyes out with a red hot poker. -- Submitted By: () on February 17, 2014, 6:24 pm

Captain and Tennille - Music Groups
That just proves two things. One, that has been celebs will do *anything* to get back in the news these days and two, this whole youth culture/ED drug thing has gone too far when 70something people think they can just pick back up where they left off on the singles scene. -- Submitted By: () on January 28, 2014, 6:21 pm

Prevue Channel - TV Shows
I used to watch this channel more than any other when I was in high school, mainly for the music that was played during the ads/segments that got axed when it became "The TV Guide Channel" The music was very catchy and I am not ashamed to admit that I would grab a VHS tape and record it whenever it aired. I still have said tapes to this very day! Of course, they had those silly infomercials that I wonder exactly how many people actually fell for them! I liked the "Trivia" and "Family Vue" segments, and also the "Intervue" segment hosted by Jim Ferguson where he would interview some celeb. In 1998, they changed the format making it more fast paced and MTV-like. During that time, they gained a new logo and axed the aforementioned segments. However, TV Guide killed it in 1999! In a nutshell, I am one of the people who enjoys the simple pleasures in life and I miss this channel. P.S. Does anyone know what became of the aforementioned Jim Ferguson? -- Submitted By: () on January 19, 2014, 9:56 pm

Meryl Streep - Celebrities
She actually did this?!?! That's it, I've had enough--I officially have taken the stance that ALL awards shows should be permanently banned. Miley Cyrus twerking was bad enough but this...this is the last straw!!! I don't even want to know what she said, the fact she even tried to say anything is horrible enough. -- Submitted By: () on January 17, 2014, 7:18 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

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

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

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

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

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

Van Halen - Music Groups
Here's another vote for 1984. Keyboards and synths, huh...what were they thinking? They stood out nicely from the keyboard/synth crowd that actually started during the previous decade. Great band up until then. Further boned down the road with "Right Now," and so forth. -- Submitted By: () on November 19, 2013, 9:35 pm

Toddlers & Tiaras - TV Shows
@ProfessorBone. YES! YES! YES! That is exactly what the concept of this show is. Outside of previews by channel surfing I have not subjugated myself to this show - with exception of one YouTube clip highlighting a forced eyebrow wax. The beautician in that video was an absolute fucking bitch about it. In all seriousness, why the fucking fuck would something like this actually be considered okay? Children are not surposed to go through this in a functioning democracy! Some of the things done for beauty pagents (and even for "beauty" in general) by the parents to the children is ..... fucking disgusting. But back to the main point, this is free pornographic fodder for pedophiles - one time South Park unapologetically sunk its claws into making fun of and insulting. -- Submitted By: () on November 17, 2013, 7:47 pm

Barack Obama II - Celebrities
We thought Bush was awful...Obama inherited the title of worst US president (along with an already dismal economy) from the day he was nominated. I have never heard of a political leader like him in my life. There had been some awful ones before. It will be interesting to see how much more stupid legislation gets passed before his time is finally up. We are certainly no better off than we were four years ago. If the primaries were not fixed five years ago (so he could be nominated and elected), I do not think we would have had to experience the endless parade of nastiness he has forced upon the American people. Also, if I had to pick the one thing that irks me the most about Obama, it's that he apologizes for everything. WTF? This man is the king of PC is afraid to have fun doing anything (besides taking almost as much time off from the White House as Bush did, and bullying hard-working Americans). Clearly, Obamacare has proved to be a failure, straight out of the gate. A number of people, including liberals, are rallying to repeal the debacle. He just keeps on boning and boning. This would have never happened with Clinton (or even Bush). -- Submitted By: () on November 12, 2013, 8:26 pm

Hobbit, The - Movie Series
Jmac9909: I was referring to The Hobbit...NOT the Lord of the Rings sequels. Rankin-Bass managed to successfully make ONE movie out of the Hobbit story. Peter Jackson's movie was over 2 1/2 hours long, and Bilbo didn't even met Smaug yet. I've actually seen the book: "The Hobbit: There and back again" is a short novel, of only 310 pages. I always "crack a book" or "at least Google" before I criticize anything. -- Submitted By: () on November 9, 2013, 9:07 pm

Three Stooges Short Films - Movie Series
Each third stooge brought something unique and of their own to the act. We always hear about individuality, so why should be any put downs of Shemp or Joe Besser? Shemp revived the act beautifully, but I fully agree that the four, fake Shemp shorts were terrible. I hate watching them and they are shown more than not, which isn't right. Joe Besser was only added because there was still time left on Stooges' contract with Columbia. Also, it was downright difficult to find a replacement for Shemp and Curly. So, don't expect much for Besser shorts. TV at the time was the latest and greatest technology. The Besser shorts were made on a low budget, filmed sometimes in just one day (a few hours), and with recycled footage dating back to the Curly years in some instances (eg. "Sappy Bullfighters" final, released short). Not surprisingly, the final years (production and release of the Besser shorts- 1957 to 1959) were the beginning of the end for the Stooges. The shorts department literally shut down after "Flying Saucer Daffy" was shot. Besser's wife was ailing. Harry Cohn, long time president of Columbia died in February (correct me if I'm wrong) of 1958. Not surprisingly, everything after that with Joe DeRita just wasn't as funny or the same. I could not even watch more than a few minutes of any full length movies made after 1959. The TV revival, if I am not mistaken, probably kept the Stooges going until the end of the next decade, when Larry suffered that stroke. Honestly, there were a few of the Curly shorts that I do not like, such as Rythym and Weep. Not all of the Curly shorts were comedy gold, but it looks like the vast majority like Curly the most. I want to add that 1946 was not a good year for the act. There were a few, weak shorts made before that, but much of the year consisted of bombs and flops. When you watch most of the shorts made and released that year (with Curly), you knew Curly's days were numbered with the act. Again, Shemp's availability and interest upon returning to the act gave the Stooges a much needed boost. It helped into the first half of the 1950s. Finally, in order to watch and appreciate Joe Besser, you have to learn how to make fun of his character. In a way, it encourages viewer reaction and participation. The shorts with Tiny were indeed terrible, especially when singing is involved. -- Submitted By: () on November 8, 2013, 8:12 pm

Youtube - Websites
YouTube for folks me, is an escape from the endless parade of obnoxious bulls*** that is thrown around 24/7 these days. The problem I have (if I had to choose) are the ads. We are not interested in any of the useless bulls*** you are trying to sell us. For everyone like me, I recommend installing Ad Block Plus. It works on every browser and you can watch as many videos as you want, without the ads. It's a little secret I found out. I am also happy that alternatives like Daily Motion exist. Now to do something (if we can) about the log-in problems. -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2013, 7:56 pm

Heathcliff - TV Shows
I recall this cartoon in it's heyday. It always seemed to be a poor man's Garfield despite the awesome talent of Mel. The story lines were not memorable. All I can distinctly remember is Mel's one of a kind voice. I am surprised it ran so long in syndication. I just did not find it particularly entertaining. Of course I never cared for the comic strip either. It was pretty lame. -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2013, 1:42 am

Avatar - Movie Series
I overall liked the first film, there are issues with it in terms of writing. However, I will wait until I see how the second and/or third turn out; much like Pirates of the Carribean. -- Submitted By: () on October 27, 2013, 7:17 pm

Unidentifed Flying Objects (UFOs) - Random Topics
Are you mixing Agnostics with Atheists, Parker? Because Agnostics are moreso along the middle of the fence. So it isn't a matter of they can't accept a God, because the Agnostic belief is that there is a higher power out there. However, there is no knowledge that proves a God exists as well as proof that there isn't a God. And since I am Agnostic, my faith isn't on the UFOs either. I'm tired of hearing about them and really don't make a lifestyle revolving around the craze. I honestly think people have a secret fetish for this and it's wanting an anal probe shoved up their ass for inspection. -- Submitted By: () on October 14, 2013, 7:39 pm

Kickstarter - Websites
I think if you have anyone just using this for their e-begging needs. It diminishes the intent this site was originally for. Because now any e-beggar can run a kickstarter and people would donate and donate. And the goals they come up with are stupid. Yes, I'm referring to YouTube E-Beggars. -- Submitted By: () on October 8, 2013, 4:53 pm

Pirate Bay, The - Websites
Anything they do to piss off the MPAA/RIAA and other anti-piracy suits is always a happy day. Because they think that taking down The Pirate Bay, they'd think they'd win the "Piracy War". And that all torrent sites will fold and cease to exist. Problem, even if you somehow manage to take the Pirate Bay down. Many more will rise up. It's the Hydra effect and that's what the old farts fighting so their baby cries are heard fail to realize. SET SAIL, PIRATE BAY! -- Submitted By: () on October 8, 2013, 4:48 pm

Yahoo! - Websites
Jesus, Yahoo! Stop buying out things you later take away! No wonder you suck so much now. It's because they've deformed their site over the years from being reliable to being "why would we care?" Their site is Captcha-friendly, you'll find that stupid thing where you least expect it. Especially to play their games. I used to be a frequent Yahoo! Pool player, but with the frustration of having to tell Java over and over again that it's OKAY to run and the Captcha prompting afterwards. It wasn't like it prevented spambots or bots at all from coming in. Because guess what? People STILL manage to get bots in there. And that game is so out-dated that they don't bother revising it so people still cheat at the game too to this day. So I stopped playing. Commenting on some articles is a pain because lord behold, you'll find some bigot who wants to argue with you as well as his/her legion thumbing down your comment to death. Everyone wants to feel like they're right on there and can't accept it when they're wrong so they'll turn asshole on you. Psh. Then Yahoo! boldly removed their web messenger, which okay. But what gets me is, why try and turn Yahoo! Mail into this all-in-one service? It's a mess, they still have their messengers releasing last I knew. I don't care what's trending or what's happening right now. I switched to GMail for a reason and it's because when I just want mail. I will get mail. Not just unnecessary features I can find anywheres else on the site. -- Submitted By: () on October 8, 2013, 4:45 pm

Myspace - Random Topics
MySpace has turned into a ghost town now. Sure, some people are still on it. But I doubt that by comparison they use their Facebook accounts more. It kept getting bought out by people who wanted to use it for some advantage when really they had no idea what to use it for. Now it's currently owned by Justin Timberlake (co-owner) and some media outlet. Sad. The only thing I liked about MySpace is profile customization, from editing background to the tables to the text etc. Then MySpace felt it should be more limited by having pre-set customizations in 2.0 whereas 1.0 is where you can edit anything. The only reason why some profiles look crappy is because people don't know how to edit HTML code or take time to make it look a little nice. Especially when it comes to having codes where they plaster the site's logo everywhere where you got the code from. -- Submitted By: () on October 8, 2013, 4:38 pm

Twitter - Websites
Twitter is just that status box you see in Facebook and any other social site. Hell, if you want to be technical. It's just a comment box for all to see! Nothing very spectacular about it. And it's limit is about as limited as YouTube's comment box. Why is this site even popular when you can do the same thing everywhere else? -- Submitted By: () on October 8, 2013, 4:35 pm

Will It Blend? - Random Topics
Next up on Will it Blend?: a banana with milk, honey and ice cream! -- Submitted By: () on October 1, 2013, 11:15 pm

Lord of the Rings, The - Movie Series
People think the movies that were already made were long. Imagine how longer the movies would've been if they truly had added every chapter and everything from the books. It'd be 12 hours or more. So, we took what we could get out of that at least. -- Submitted By: () on September 29, 2013, 4:26 am

Marilyn Manson - Music Groups
I think his music dropped when he reached the "Eat Me, Drink Me" album. First thought that came to my mind on the first track was "Since when did he start caring about writing anything about Vampires?" Then he was tossed into the Emo music category from then on after that album came and went. Since then, it's an image hard to shake off. He just became irrelevant afterwards. -- Submitted By: () on September 29, 2013, 4:14 am

Beavis and Butthead - TV Shows
I didn't like how this show tried to return into the modern times. Where in the modern times, everyone is trying to be politically correct in the extremist level. And MTV was way too in love with reality tv to divorce itself from having any original material or anything having to do with music videos at all. It worked when it originally aired. And no it wouldn't work if they did youtube videos because it'd grow stale after a while. -- Submitted By: () on September 29, 2013, 3:02 am

Back to the Future: The Animated Series - TV Shows
The whole problem with this show simply was because of the fact that it followed after the craptastic ending we got in BTF III. If this cartoon was made during inbetween the successes of the first two films, it could've been just a honest attempt and maybe something good. -- Submitted By: () on September 29, 2013, 2:54 am

Scary Movie - Movie Series
The first was tolerable because it really wanted to parody Scream. It did it's job okay. Since then, all it cared about was taking quick spoof jabs at everything horror and even a little outside horror. The humor only became amusing to teenagers 12 - 16 until later when the "_____" Movie spoofs began to explode to try and cover everything. Then it became where only idiots laughed at that stuff because the humor was just cheap. Every of those movies is a sign of what not to do when making a spoof film. And almost every spoof film like them. If you want spoof movies that are clever and funny. Look to all the Mel Brooks films. So many people quote those films to death because they were funny and at their time, were considered a little borderline offensive. Blazing Saddles for example. But it made fun of issues you could try to laugh at simply because of how ridiculous the real situations are. Scary Movie and every "____" Movie just derived their material on making fun of pop culture which is practically an easy target but at the same time, take cheap routes to make fun of them which is about the same level of "your mom" jokes or toilet humor. -- Submitted By: () on September 29, 2013, 2:53 am

X-Files - TV Shows
I was a regular watcher when this was on. It's funny, because in retrospect I think the show jumped in more than one way. This was a great show at least up until the 6th season or so. But by that time, a couple of problems had crept up - 1) the story arc no longer made sense after they failed to explain very well the alien rebel thing - in fact IIRC they don't appear again after the Cassandra Spender eps. 2) The soap opera element of the will they, wont they garbage - (I hated it at the time, and I think Chris Carter would have been better off from the start writing the series so it was NOT remotely possible for them to have a relationship). The sudden manner in which most of the conspirators are killed leads me to think that Chris Carter realized the conspiracy episodes were starting to make no sense and he wanted to have the show go back to almost exclusively monster of the week episodes, which are the highlight of the series IMO and where the originality really shines. I agree that the moment the show actually jumped was Mulder leaving the show, though in season 8 having more monster of the week improved things temporarily - but I think the single most upsetting jump (of several) for me was the retcon he did on Samantha. It was other sloppy way to 'resolve' that arc and clean the slate of the show, and I remember at the time fans were (rightly) outraged. Things like the move to LA were bad trends but not jumpers - I remember the California-centric filming locations created problems such as - the setting in one ep being Pennsylvania, but lazily allowing palm trees to be seen in the background. -- Submitted By: () on September 20, 2013, 9:59 pm

X-Men - Movie Series
This series jumped with X3 and un-boned with FC. X3 had a lousy director and an atrocious script that was little more than a list of Fan Boy Wants: Phoenix Saga: check. Sentinel: check. Danger Room: check. They killed off Cyclops and Professor X, had Rogue taking the cure. Wolverine was acting as wimpy as Cyclops when he wasn't trying to get in Jean's knickers, all thoroughly unconvincing scenes because Hugh Jackman and Famke Jannsen have zero chemistry. The best movies hinge on good story lines and chemistry. X1 worked, primarily because Jackman and Anna Paquin exhibit a chemistry that's off the charts. They made viewers care about their characters. Poor Anna's had nothing to work with as far as Rogue's powers are concerned, so I can see why she's irritated, especially given the screen time allotted to Storm when Halle's performance has been almost universally panned. FC also has a great story line, and there's a real spark between Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence, making it very believable, that she'd walk away from Charles after so many years, to side with Erik. Now that Singer's back, with any luck, DOFP will be another step up. -- Submitted By: () on September 19, 2013, 11:29 pm

Susan G Komen Foundation - Random Topics
I really do hope they're making head way to find a cure for breast cancer. My concern, with any charity is, are they really using that money for research to the best of its ability or is it just a scam to get "your" money? My skepticism aside, I imagine most people would hope that all cancers types are eradicated. September is supposed to be prostate cancer awareness month. I haven't seen much of a push for contributions to its charities or even for awareness other than the president declaring it so. It really is just as important to help fund prostate cancers research as it is with breast cancer. -- Submitted By: () on September 18, 2013, 12:47 am

7th heaven - TV Shows
As a practicing Christian, I can say that this show blatantly distorted Christianity! Rev. Camden lived way too lavishly for a minister and did not have any humble bone in his body. He did not even act like a practicing Christian, much less a pastor. I am convinced that he gathered all the tithes from the offering plate and used them for his own personal benefit. All Rev. Simpleton ever did was meddle in other people's lives and make babies. In a nutshell, it was the biggest dead horse ever beaten! -- Submitted By: () on September 8, 2013, 2:46 pm

Soft Drinks - Random Topics
A few years ago I would be able to drink a can without worry, heck even a 600ml bottle was not a problem. Nowadays, there are only a few kinds of soda I can stomach as it all tastes just sweet and artifical to me. I do like an occassional root beer though. -- Submitted By: () on August 31, 2013, 4:40 pm

Alec Baldwin - Celebrities
Re: The rant. I guess none of you people who voted for this have kids. -- Submitted By: () on August 26, 2013, 8:03 pm

FOX News - TV Shows
One thing that Fox News has not been doing is reporting on Obama's background and his identity. They don't mention The Cold Case Posse that started out trying to verify Obama's 2011 version of his Birth Certificate and then expanded to so much more as they have been tracking Obama's background. Or that Congressmen Ted Yoho and Steve Stockman have been in contact with Chief Investigator Mike Zullo and Sheriff Arpaio. They also don't mention much about some other topics brought up in right leaning sites. Especially the voter fraud in the 2012 election. They half-assed it, by trying to do a series on voting fraud during the lead up to the election day and they then dropped it after it was a proven fact there were both some odd occurrences in the voting totals in some areas of the country and people were arrested for voting multiple times, plus some voting machines had errors. They also never mentioned about how a network the RNC set up to get people out to the polls vis computer and mobile device was hacked or how people from both the RNC, tea party and True The Vote were kicked out of polling stations and precincts in various cities. All in all they did a poor job with that election. So now there is two outlets on the right trying to challenge Fox in the form of tv news channels. The Blaze and One America News. They don't think Fox News is doing a good enough job or that there is enough outlets on the right on TV. -- Submitted By: () on August 11, 2013, 12:15 pm

Father Knows Best - TV Shows
My gram remembers when this show was on TV and always said how good it was, so I watched a bunch of the episodes on Netflix. Yikes! First of all, the town (Springfield!) seemed to be 100 percent white and middle class. A typical plot involved Bud (the dim-witted teenage son) getting into hilarious shenanigans with his idiot friends. After getting "a stern talking to" (1950's code for getting his butt whipped) Bud will wipe his eyes and whimper something like "Holy Cow! None of the other guy's got into trouble!" To which his father replies, "That's because none of the other dads love their sons as much as I love mine!" Then sappy music swells up and the whole family agrees that "Father really does know best!" Do the same thing over and over and forever and that's pretty much the show! Except occasionally the teenage daughter Betty will do the shenanigans. This show literally had no minorities and it belittled women to the point where I was rooting for the mom to gut-stab the old man during dinner. One episode I saw had Betty demanding to go duck hunting with the boys since her brother got to go. Of course shenanigans ensued and Betty admitted that women should stay home and cook the ducks, not go shoot them. Of course here comes the sappy music and everyone agreeing, "Gee, Betty, maybe father really does know best!" Off set, the actor Billy Gray (Bud) was a pothead. He was busted shortly after the show ended for possession with intent and didn't work for several years as an actor. Another true fact is that Gray holds a U.S. patent for a type of "personal massager." I would have loved to have seen Bud try to explain those shenanigans to dear old dad!" -- Submitted By: () on July 15, 2013, 4:16 pm

McDonalds - Random Topics
Two things first. First: Food Inc. is inaccurate, as many farms don't raise animals or grow food in such conditions. Those that do need to shape up or ship out. Second: Super Size Me is also inaccurate. It's just anti-McDonald's propaganda. The thing is, people don't eat McD's all day thrice a day, so Spurlock's experiment was fallacious from the get-go. He was already predisposed against McD's, so of course he's going to say "I feel sick" instead of "Mmm, this is great". It would be like me drinking nothing but bottled water for a month to show people how unhealthy water is. I'd be saying "Ew, this water is nasty" instead of "Ahh, how crisp and refreshing". That said, the quality of McDonald's food took a nosedive when they were forced to make it "healthier". I know someone who ate there in its early years, and the food was great then. When they got rid of the dark meat in chicken nuggets, they became drier and less flavorful. Thanks, food police. As for mom-and-pop diners, I make it a point to visit them. Their food is sometimes better than that of fast food chains. -- Submitted By: () on July 6, 2013, 3:58 pm

Pokemon - TV Shows
I stopped watching this show during the Johto episodes, when I think it got officially bad. I've only seen a peek of the Hoenn episodes and that's it. I have not seen the Diamond/Pearl series nor the Black/White, but here's my two cents.... It's sorta clear they ran out of ideas for this show early on, they perhaps should have had a bit more structure than Ash, his Pokemon and cohorts of the week defeating the bad guys, dealing with random Pokemon and winning badges///. Maybe that was too hard? Don't know. The first couple episodes of this show were good, for instance, there was Ash's struggles in becoming a Pokemon trainer. There were adventures in obtaining each badge. (Though he never "earned" a couple of them in a legal match) He had to earn a couple of his Pokemon's trust and obedience, like Pikachu and Charizard. Later, he just started catching Pokemon that instantly trusted him further down the line. About halfway through the first season of this show, they made Ash needlessly dumb. He started releasing all his good Pokes' left and right. Haunter, Primeape, Pidgeotto, Butterfree... And the "Ned Flanderization" of not only Ash, but everyone else hurt. Ash went from a slightly cocky headstrong character who was slightly ditzy to just becoming a generic, "plain ol' nice guy Gary Stu" character. Brock's serious, wise, stoic, strategist persona was thrown out and his skirt-chasing tendencies became dominant. Misty went from being a hot head who had hidden feelings for Ash to the "generic girl" character. (I think that was when she captured Togapi). Team Rocket were comedic, but were able to be taken seriously (the flashback episodes about their histories). Later, they just became a duo of bumbling clowns who couldn't catch a cold, with an annoying talking Neko cat (forgot that Pokemon's name. It's been a few years since I've played Pokemon, and eons since I've watched the "anime") in tow. The "cool" characters (Gary (Yes, he was an a-hole, but he had a convertible limo, CHEERLEADERS, and IIRC some serious hardcore Pokemon Ash could never catch, if he did, he'd probably just release them foolishly. I actually thought Gary was cooler that Ash), Giovanni, etc.) were forgotten about or written out of the show. The Orange episodes weren't that memorable. I remember Brock left and they put in some artsy dude or a photographer or something... I dunno... These episodes basically just felt like "Kanto at Sea" to me. They started relying on the same old plot formula and devices for these episodes, which only got worse in Johto. (Ash and Co. find trainer/Pokemon with issue, they resolve it, Team Rocket is thwarted, Ash looses at the Pokemon League. The End). The last episode I watched was about Ash going to the Hoenn region and meeting the default girl character from R/S/E and her nerdy brother. Brock and Misty were both gone, but I didn't MISS them. But it was the same old plot formula from Orange Isles and Johto even then. The interesting new Team Aqua and Magma had to take a backseat crap for the ever obnoxious Rockets. (Why didn't Ash just buy a gun, lure Team Rocket into the middle of the woods miles from anything and.... well, you get the idea...) Ash and Pikachu had no chemistry anymore. Pika only existed to defeat TR in EVERY episode and win a couple fights for Ash. Ash released his Charizard that he'd finally trained after months or years(?)of busting his ass and a Larvitar (WTF!?!? He could've had a Tyranitar at some point!) at this point, and boxed all of "the Pokemon he only uses for the league and that's it (Muck, Taurus... Other Pokemon they couldn't sell to little children I guess?)"... This show was dead by then and I gave up. Or has it gotten better since then? The Pokemon games and cards ever since Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver and Crystal were always classics. Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald did NOT ruin Pokemon as so many people think. It was actually quite good. All those games still hold up to this day. And from the kids I talk to, the "newer" Pokemon games are getting even better, more complex and detailed with Black, White and those new ones that are coming out later this year. Pokemon ABC or XYZ or something...? -- Submitted By: () on July 5, 2013, 11:49 pm

King of the Hill - TV Shows
King of the Hill was an interesting series. It was an animated show that eventually juggled humor, drama and suspense quite well, dare I say even better than The Simpsons, Futurama, and certainly better the Seth Macfarlene series'. Yes, Hank is awkward, Bobby is even more awkward, Peggy is rude and an egomaniac, Luanne is a ditz, Khan is rude, Cotton is a bully and a total a-hole, Dale is mentally unstable/insane, Bill is depressive, and Boomhauer is the ladies man who despite that, it seems he can never get the girl in the end, despite being laid back and passionate. (Though I think there was a episode explaining he never takes his relationships seriously, or he just can't find the right gal, wasn't there?) But I found all these characters funny to some extent despite their faults, most of which are easy to relate to and makes them human. I thought Peggy having her over-inflated ego popped every once in a while was funny, Hank's intolerance of Bobby's beliefs and teenage "experimenting" with fads, music, and so on, and Dale being so paranoid that he barely opens the door to the pizza man, however he's surprisingly ignorant to the fact his wife has been cheating on him for years with John Redcorn and conceived a illegitimate son, Joseph, whom Dale swears shares his blood and spoils him rotten just to name a few. There were some odd episodes I hated. For example, there was that several part story arc with Peggy's skydiving accident. Despite the character development she and Cotton got, it was unbelievable. I think this show started to slip when Luanne married Lucky. I didn't hate his character, but he was somewhat annoying at times. He just seemed like some bum who screwed the system to get every penny he owned. Lucky was wise at times, he also seemed to be a loving husband do Luanne, but it wasn't enough to save him. When Cotton passed it only sunk deeper (I hated his character, but he did give some pretty good comic relief), but continued to be a decent quality show. -- Submitted By: () on July 3, 2013, 1:27 am

SpongeBob SquarePants - TV Shows
Yes, this was once quite a clever show. Before the movie, SpongeBob was a nice, well meaning guy stuck kind of in a "man-child" bubble, who was just misunderstood by his fellow sea people in the earlier episodes. Sure he screwed up every once in a while, but you could relate. Patrick was sorta dumb, but he wasn't obnoxious and pulled off the comic-relief quite well. Sandy was a kickass Texan squirrel whom I could never figure out if she moved to Bikini Bottom for kicks, adventure or study. Squidward was the constantly crotchety, jerk next door neighbor who really just needed some company who could sit through his *ahem* "art" and "music". Krabs was like a (grand)father figure to SpongeBob I always felt; when he wasn't trying to rob him blind of his paycheck, though you could tell he wasn't cruel, he just had a money fetish. Plankton was just there for ironic humor. I remember the elderly "Aquaman + Lad" knock off characters, Mrs. Puff, Krabs' daughter (Why is she a whale?), etc. but they are minor characters' so I'm leaving them out this time around. At the end of the 3rd season this show went to crap. I think it went downhill when they made a "special" about SpongeBob, Patrick and Squidward as cavemen (Didn't they already do that in the first season anyway with Squidward's time machine?). The movie (Which I remember not even being that great) was the final nail in the coffin. The 4th season is where this show died. The animation during the 4th season got pretty flat and just looked poor in contrast to the previous episodes. They recycle plots and have run out of ideas, but the worst offender of all IMO: The characters became caricatures of their former selves, like they did to Flanders' on The Simpsons. SpongeBob and Patrick become complete idiotic morons to the point of it not even being funny anymore. Basically becoming a danger to themselves and everyone around them, just by "attempting" normal tasks. Squidward became the shows' victim character. Again, before he was the jerk next door, now he's living in utter hell every day of his life. I actually feel bad for the guy now!!! Why hasn't he gone on a serial killing spree on the now ever annoying SpongeBob, Patrick and Krabs yet? Krabs is a villain now it seems, only caring about money, and not Sponge or Squid's well beings' on the job. He's not even a mentor to Sponge anymore. Everyone else seems to have not changed that much, but these changes killed the show. I think this is a show that intended to wrap up with the film, but the network exec's, whom make Mr. Krabs look like a reformed Ebenezer Scrooge it seems, said NO to rake in more dough, so new writers, new artists, the show looses it's charm as the old staff have moved on or quit. RIP SpongeBob... They need to quit milking this sea cow dry! Then again, it is just a cartoon. So long as it keeps the children occupied for 22 minutes, it doesn't matter(?) -- Submitted By: () on July 3, 2013, 12:31 am

Days of Our Lives - TV Shows
When they keep firing Carrie. 2006 and 2012. -- Submitted By: () on June 20, 2013, 4:38 am

Arrested Development - TV Shows
Never boned. Question for discussion: does the Netflix season (Season 4) get counted here? Given some of the reviews, I could imagine that a sizable contingent of viewers might felt that it Boned The Fish during Season 4, as the tone was darker and the plotting and pacing changed, and the inclusion of some new actors to play younger versions of existing characters (Kristen Wiig, Seth Rogen, Max Winkler) is sure to be controversial. Ironically the exact moment that perhaps was closest to boning in Season 4, IMHO, involves some of the scenes with Max Winkler playing a younger version of his father\'s character (Barry Zuckerkorn). -- Submitted By: () on May 28, 2013, 9:44 pm

Beverly Hillbillies - TV Shows
Pelirojo, it wasn't Shorty who cheated them. It was Honest John played by Phil Silvers. -- Submitted By: () on May 21, 2013, 10:11 pm

Captain Midnight - TV Shows
If there are any of those "Secret Squadron" decoders still bouncing around I'm sure somebody would be willing to pay top dollar on Ebay to get one! -- Submitted By: () on May 21, 2013, 1:13 pm

Back to the Future - Movie Series
I was bummed when I saw "The End" after the third movie. Remember the event that sent Doc back to the old west. There was some kind of malfunction with the time circuit just before the bolt of lightning struck the car. That malfunction would happen again when Marty attempts to return to 1985. Going over the ravine, he notices something peculiar as the car crosses the intersection, all the cars are antique automobiles! He looks at the circuit and realizes he's in the year 1927! He makes a rudimentary repair to the car so that it can run on gas, at least long enough to get back to 1985. He goes to a gas station to get gas, he interrupts a young couple who kissing behind the gas station. He gets the gas, then exits the station. The couple enters the station, suddenly a Car with Gangsters brandishing Tommy Guns drives at a high rate of speed, they open fire on the station, killing the owner of the station and the couple. Marty evades them, then hops in the Delorian and steps on the gas, a Steam Locomotive hot on his heels. Finally arriving in 1985 guess what? The Casino is back, but not owned by Biff. He also finds out Jennifer was never born! (That couple he ran across were Jennifer's Grandparents). Returning to the railroad tracks, he sees the Delorian destroyed, but then here comes Doc in his souped-up Locomotive. Marty hops in and they now embark on a adventure in the Roaring 20s! -- Submitted By: () on May 21, 2013, 12:56 pm

Ben 10 - TV Shows
Ben 10 was an intriguing concept: a boy gains the ability to transform into aliens via a device attached to his arm. Ben 10 was just the right mix of action and sci-fi, and the villains ranged from schoolyard bullies to all-powerful alien warlords bent on dominating or annihilating the universe...with the means to do so. I got into it, and it was clearly one of the better shows on Cartoon Network. As episodes pass, up sprout plot twists: turns out Grandpa Max, the plumber, is not a real plumber, but an MIB-esque Plumber. It didn't really annoy me, but it seems more like they just took his plumber career and dodged a continuity error by making him a "different" kind of plumber. Then came the point where my suspension of disbelief was loaded past its maximum: Gwen can use magic! Aliens are one thing, but magic? I shook my head. Then, instead of adding seasons, the show spins off: Alien Force. Ultimate Alien. Omniverse. Then, the suspension of disbelief--already under the force of its past-maximum load--is crushed under an even heavier load: Uncle Max has an alien for a wife! Ben and Gwen are the quarter-alien children of their half-alien fathers! OK, Omniverse isn't bad, but all that plot twist nonsense...and it just keeps adding up. -- Submitted By: () on May 14, 2013, 6:01 pm

Pawn Stars - TV Shows
It's a pretty enjoyable show, however, the next time they run a Pawn Stars marathon, I'm going to track then average out the number of times they say "...but theres just one problem..." in each episode. -- Submitted By: () on May 8, 2013, 5:02 pm

Boondocks, The - TV Shows
The Boondocks has some epic moments but suffers from recuring lameness probably due to the FCC. I've got to go with reason 4: Wayyyyyy to P.C. Even if that was meant as a joke, it is still very PC for a show trying to be super edgy. If you are going to show racism, show racism. If you are going to show violence, show violence. If your going to tell a mean joke, tell a mean joke. They do all this once in a while but not often enough to make the show watchable. Huey, Riley and Grandad are barely cognizant of the fact that they are very light skinned and wealthy. Their experience is nowhere close to the desperate scrape of the lower classes that they identify with. Ruckus is comic relief but crawls on his belly too much in the presence of white people. Tom is way to square, even for a laywer. Overall, the characters are too much formula and not enough development. The concept of the show has high potential but is unlikely to reach it because its contract would get revoked for some or all of the following: -Joking about corrupt Jews running most of the world media and banking systems. Using that control to pit the other races against each other and uncorrupted Jews. White or Eastern European Jews being racist to Black Jews; etc. (This is a racist show based on stereotypes. But you just can't make some jokes in the mainstream media can you?) -Joking about White people who like Black people but only in small doses or at a "safe" distance. (Any of the White neighbors plus Tom and his wife Sara could seemlessly fit into such a plot line. So could the Freeman's.) -Interracial violence as a complex story line (Graphic depictions of criminal behavior by Blacks, Whites and Hispanics; innocent people being tormented by once innocent victims of racist abuse who have, after long years of said abuse, turned into racist vigilantes. Show Whites, Blacks and Hispanics as recipients as well as perpatrators.) -Rich people of all colors exploiting cheap immigrant labor while pretending to be "making the world a better place" and saying "I'm not a racist. See I'm giving poor immigrants a chance at a better life." Then show uber rich Mexicans and US Americans laughing it up about how much money they make off that scam. (I believe they touched a bit on this subject in one episode.) I get the feeling that the writers of the show both know how to tell and want to tell these kinds of stories. For some reason they do not and the show suffers greatly for it. It seems like someone who controls what gets watched won't let them. -- Submitted By: () on April 28, 2013, 9:30 pm

Mobile Phones - Random Topics
What bugs me is that people yak on their phones 24/7. I've even seen people talk on them while using the washroom, even while doing number two. Couldn't they go a couple of minutes without using a phone? -- Submitted By: () on March 25, 2013, 6:27 pm

Seth McFarlane - Celebrities
I still can't believe he was chosen to host the Oscars in 2013 and it's not because of his juvenile humour. It's that he's hardly a household name like a Steve Martin or a Billy Crystal, a person everybody knows, loves and recognizes. -- Submitted By: () on February 9, 2013, 12:22 am

Playstation 3 - Random Topics
@Robert: You can relax; PS4 (or Orbis) won't be as expensive as the PS3. The only reason why the PS3 was at $600 in the first place was because of the Blu-Ray technology (which was very new & expensive at the time back in 2005/2006), & because of the cell processor architecture (also very new & expensive). This time around, it'll most likely be at, say, $400, because there won't be anything too expensive inside of it. -- Submitted By: () on February 4, 2013, 3:10 pm

Lance Armstrong - Celebrities
Pelirojo, you didn't go far enough. Seriously, though, after reading all you wrote, not even a starving fly would touch this rotting heap of fish carcasses. OK, so he raises awareness for cancer, but the parade of bad deeds tramples this one good deed into the dirt. -- Submitted By: () on January 24, 2013, 10:09 pm

A-Team, The - TV Shows
First of all, the fact that almost no one dies via bullets (a guy was sniped in a season 1 ep in an uncharacteristically dark moment for the show, and of course Fulbright bought the farm, as exactly no one says these days) is genius. People get comfortable with a formula, that's what TV is, your weekly fix, or daily if in syndication or on Netflix, etc. Also, the music and team-building montages were terrific. This is juvenile nonsense, almost insulting at times, unintentionally hilarious at others, but then again, it's a TV show. That's sort of what the best shows are. My kids love this show. They love the characters. The characters are sort of like life-size action figures. -- Submitted By: () on January 16, 2013, 10:26 am

Mel Blanc - Celebrities
My favorite story as a testament to his ability is in the documentary about his life, Man of a Thousand Voices. Hank Azaria is talking about the episode of Looney Tunes where Bugs is imitating Daffy and Daffy is imitating Bugs to trick Elmer Fudd into shooting the other. Azaria talks about how he and the other cast members of The Simpsons one day were talking about this episode and trying to do the same thing with their characters (Azaria says trying to do Apu as Mo and vice versa, as his example), and how they just couldn't make the two voices distinct. It was a rare talent that Blanc could do just that: his Daffy's Bugs imitation was distinct from his Bugs' Daffy imitation. Simply put, legendary. -- Submitted By: () on January 4, 2013, 3:12 am

Simpsons, The - TV Shows
One of the things that strikes me odd while reading some of the comments and reasons on the boned when...list is that most of the people commenting have not really watched alot of episodes and just use sites like these as a soap box to spew their politics. If they really watched the show often enough they would know the show's history of lampooning both major politcal partys. Having gotten that out of the way i would point out mini-btf moments (not complete btf moments because I think the show is still great). I had mentioned guest stars appearing too often on the show which is bad, but the worst is when the guest stars get a completely different reaction from the main characters then they should. The first time I really noticed that was on a really good episode that had Micheal Jackson voicing a huge white man that claimed he was MJ. While the episode was a good one the thing that annoyed me some was that Bart thought MJ was awesome instead of mocking him(which is what the character would have really done). The most cringe worthy guest star moment for me came when they had N'Synch on. Both Nelson(the main bully on the show) and Bart were excited to see them. Nothing against N'Synch, but come on they were a boyband aimed at teen and pre-teen girls and not young boys (ok, Milhouse and Ralph would probably like them, but certainly not Bart and Nelson). -- Submitted By: () on January 1, 2013, 5:12 am

Black Entertainment Television - Random Topics
Dang! I came in here, hoping there would be other black viewers who would have the same opinion as I on BET, yet, it is obvious by the top vote that nobody but whites have been in this forum ..*sigh* ...and WHY do y'all keep on w/ the rhetorical questions of a BLACK entertainment Network, etc.? Do you ask women why there is a need for a Women's Day magazine? Do you even question gays on the LOGO channel? Talk about HYPOCRISY! ..and you do not need a WHITE entertainment channel, when 90% of the people you see on tv is white ..I betcha RIGHT NOW that if I turned on the tv to a random station, a white face will appear. So, WHY would I put a label on things in my own home? And BET was conceived back in the early 80s, when MTV, which is, supposedly, a GENERAL music station, WOULD NOT PLAY any black videos! ..But anyways ...BET jumped shark when Bob Johnson sold out to Viacom, and shows w/ substance were removed, such as BET News, BET Tonight (w/ Tavis Smiley), Lead Story, Teen Summit, Video Soul, Carribean Rhythms, etc...and these shows were replaced w/ series, etc., that promoted negativity, such as American Gangsta, BEEF ..and they began to show "Baby Boy" and "Soul Plane" all the time... I think I gave a response that TRULY answers why the channel jumped shark -- Submitted By: () on December 22, 2012, 1:57 am

Angry Video Game Nerd, The - Websites
I have a feeling if and when he gets the movie out, that he'd end it. I've always enjoyed it when James gets in that mood to review a bad game, he literally rips into the review. Just completely analyzes the game thoroughly, insults it's flaws, and flat out acts out the inner rage we get when playing a bad game or a hard game. But when he started to be theatric about his later reviews, it really boned the fish for me. His reactions are exaggerated, the cursing has really been played out and is taking it's toll, not that I'm offended by cursing. I just feel as if he has lost touch somehow and is wearing down his character year after year. Nostalgia Critic knew when his time was up, I'm hoping James knows the same for AVGN. AVGN doesn't have to disappear completely forever. Just needs a break. -- Submitted By: () on December 1, 2012, 12:36 am

Sammy Hagar - Music Groups
Whoever said "Turned 60 yet barely looks 40"...what the hell were you smoking? Sammy looks totally used up, and OLDER than his real age. In some pics it also looks like he had a bad face lift. He's DEFINITELY aging! -- Submitted By: () on November 9, 2012, 11:16 am

Best Buy - Random Topics
I stopped shopping there over ten years ago, I'd had enough of the insufferable teen employees who acted like you ruined their day if you asked them to do their job and help you. -- Submitted By: () on October 31, 2012, 6:10 pm

SpongeBob SquarePants - TV Shows
I sat through a few newer episodes...they're really out of ideas. The plots are either lame (Gary meowing nonstop throughout an episode for snail treats), predictable (I was able to guess what would happen 9 out of 10 times. No joke!), or recycled from past episodes (Squid Baby was just Goo Goo Gas where only Squidward turned into a baby). In regards to a previous post mentioning Simpsons parallels, there are plenty: the stupid character who gets stupider with each passing season. The stupid character's progressive stupidity so overly forced as to be ridiculous. All the characters getting stupider. Digital ink and paint making the animation go from fluid to "militarily rigid" (thanks to Zombie Simpsons for that quote!). Recognizing themselves (one fish made a reference to "My Leg!" being a running gag). Acting out of character. Becoming parodies of themselves. Trying too hard to follow running gags (especially Mr. Krabs being obsessed with money). Voices becoming more and more high-pitched and whiny. Plots which have no purpose but to keep the show going. I think it's safe to call this new series "Zombie Spongebob". -- Submitted By: () on October 30, 2012, 11:05 pm

Happy Feet - Movie Series
Well, I watched Happy Feet 2. The global warming message is anything but subtle this time. There are also scientific inaccuracies: as "Sven the flying penguin" is described, we see a flashback: polar bears stand on a rapidly melting ice berg, which soon melts to nothing. It just reinforces a scientific inaccuracy: penguin/polar bear coexistence. Polar Bears live in the North pole, penguins live in the South pole. They don't live together in the wild! Also, the B plot line involving the krill is irrelevant. All they do is inject themselves into scenes, adding bupkis to the story. They're more like streakers running across a baseball field, interrupting the game. And they're cliche: small creatures questioning their lot in life. Way to put on that originality cap! Not to mention Sven leads the penguins to singing the Numa Numa Dance song (Dragostea din tei). What were they thinking?! And at one part, I could've sworn I heard the penguin chick singing the bassline for Ice Ice Baby. And the credits are impossible to read. They start infinitesimal at the bottom of the screen, becoming larger as they reach the top. They become barely legible in the middle, hardly giving you time to read who did whose voice. I had to go online to find out who did the voice of Sven! Speaking of which, here's the first plus side: Sven was voiced by Hank Azaria, performing a very convincing Swedish accent. Another one: There's a part where we hear the Russian choir version of We Are the Champions, which is interesting. -- Submitted By: () on October 15, 2012, 9:39 pm

Elvis Presley - Celebrities
I've just learned that horrible rapper Lil Wayne has more chart entries on the Billboard Hot 100 than Elvis. -- Submitted By: () on September 27, 2012, 6:35 pm

It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia - TV Shows
There's nothing funny about philly. I've been there. And hope I never go again. -- Submitted By: () on September 21, 2012, 3:00 pm

Simpsons, The - TV Shows
I read the blog (thanks for posting it, Travoltron!). It echoes practically everything I think about the Simpsons then and now. It perfectly points out the biggest flaw with the Simpson's switch to digital ink and paint: "The fluid and vibrant hand drawn animation has been replaced by militarily rigid computer templates." It even shows the arrogance of Ken Keeler (who wrote that infamous Skinner is a fraud episode). He rebutted critics of the show by saying they get too attached to the characters. Well, yeah, if people don't get attached to the characters, then the show would fail. But thanks to the blog, we officially have an accurate name for what was once the Simpsons: Zombie Simpsons. Since the only way to get it to cancel is to make it less profitable, boycotting Simpsons stuff until the show's cancelled might be the 12-gauge shot to the head that takes this zombie down. -- Submitted By: () on September 19, 2012, 2:09 pm

Dinosaurs - TV Shows
If "Puppies in a Box" were a real channel, I'd tune in. Too Cute doesn't work for me because of the cutesy commentary. All you need is puppies or whatever in a box and a bit of instrumental music maybe. Something like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGaGlpsL__w&feature=relmfu No commentary or humans needed at all. Earl Snead Sinclair may have been a TV programming genius after all. -- Submitted By: () on September 17, 2012, 1:49 pm

Nancy Grace - TV Shows
She'd probably be a very attractive woman if her facial expression didn't resemble that of someone who just had a camel take a massive shit on their feet. -- Submitted By: () on September 16, 2012, 7:35 pm

Pirates of the Caribbean - Movie Series
One was good, two was also good, (loved the three-way sword fight on the beach as the girl character lamented 'these are grown men doing this!') three was also good but devolved into a wild mishmash of an series ever-changing loyalties and alliances, plus the last thirty or so minutes was a wild bunch of scenes slammed togther. It was like half of another movie jammed into that one. The last one was also good, if forgettable, loved the scene where he was with the woman and they were talking about relationships and Jack says, "So you lied about telling the truth?" How true that can be-I almost fell out of my chair laughing! -- Submitted By: () on August 31, 2012, 8:58 am

Darva Conger - Celebrities
Wow, now there's a name I haven't seen in forever. Only in today's world could someone who had a cup of coffee with fame 12 years ago have her own Wikipedia page. -- Submitted By: () on August 30, 2012, 7:58 pm

Blu-Ray - Random Topics
Bah. It took us forever to finally dump VHS for DVD; we didn't go for DVD right away because of the huge collection of VHS tapes we amassed over the years. We couldn't abandon them, we worked too hard to just dump them for some format that would/could go obsolete in less than a decade. Then came the day we were literally forced to wean ourselves off of VHS: new movies were released on DVD only. VHS recording ran up to 6 hours, you could record over shows or movies you no longer cared about or needed, and blank tapes were relatively inexpensive. But there were cons: to get to certain parts, you had to Fast Forward until you reached it. And if the tape was at the very beginning and the part was near the end, you'd be waiting several minutes to hit Play. You had to rewind the tape, otherwise if you left it in the middle, the tape would warp right where you left it. Tapes could get eaten by the VHS player. Then, at last, we gave DVDs a try: You didn't need to fast forward to reach the end; all you had to do was go through a menu to pick the part you wanted to see. Fast Forward now had more speeds, and in the time it took to Fast Forward a tape, you could Fast Forward the same DVD about 8-16 times in a row. It took about a year for movies to go from silver screen to tapes on store shelves, but it takes DVD mere months. They had higher storage capabilities and had features not seen in VHS: Commentary mode, animatics (for animated movies), and more. Discs are way smaller than tapes, and you could fit many discs in storage case. But, there were cons: DVD players were pricey back then and DVDs with recording capabilities were expensive. Nowadays, the prices have gone down, so the cons are all but eliminated. And so, we rebuilt our VHS collection on DVD. Now, enter Blu-Ray. It's the advent of DVD all over again, this time repackaged with more memory, and you need a whole new player in order to use it. Nobody I know has one. Plus, with Hulu, downloadable movies, and other competition, there's not really much of a reason to own one. -- Submitted By: () on August 28, 2012, 3:24 pm

18 Kids and Counting - TV Shows
@Pelirojo: 1. Many of the kids are older than 18 now and could easily speak up if they wanted to. It's not like the media wouldn't eat that up. 2. As previously stated, if there was something awful to find about the family, it probably would've been found my now. 3. It really seems like TLC wanted this show to be another Kate Plus 8 or whatnot showing how horrible these people are, but I don't think they can find anything truly horrible to show about them. -- Submitted By: () on August 27, 2012, 6:30 pm

Multiculturalism - Random Topics
Like it or not, the United States IS a multicultural nation [yes, even in our region, DolFan] and I believe it's to every individual's benefit to know what makes other folks tick as much as possible. It's not that I think other cultures are all sweetness and light while mine is totally rotten to the core [or vice versa] but I believe trying to learn about other cultures and societies can help re understanding and understand beats ignorance any day. Even if one considers another individual an enemy or vice versa, it's better to know their background and MO than be ignorant of this. Learning other languages can be a key to and I wish I knew more than just English and being somewhat functional in Spanish because even the meanings of individual words can unlock so much of people's culture and history which can open quite a few doors. Music, art, ,cuisine, literature, history, etc. of one's own and others can inspire. I agree that following someone else's prescribed curriculum may not be one's best interest; hence I encourage anyone reading this who is interested to go to the nearest library and read the primary sources re all the above and it can't hurt to study the tenets of the world's major religions to help in one's quest. This isn't something that can happen in a single day or semester but may be a quest of a lifetime. For the record, I'm a proud Christian, native-born US citizen man but that doesn't mean I can't be inspired by learning about how others have lived in this world. -- Submitted By: () on August 12, 2012, 3:47 pm

Olympic Games - Random Topics
I agree. I never understood the draw of the Olympics. It hogs up airtime from other things, and it's just an excuse for people to act like a jingoistic asshole. I know that makes me a bad American, but deal with it. -- Submitted By: () on August 8, 2012, 10:09 am

TheTruth.com - Websites
The Truth? These turn me more onto smoking than turn me off and I don't even smoke. -- Submitted By: () on August 5, 2012, 9:32 pm

Hogan's Heroes - TV Shows
Just for the sake of those who will read these comments in the future, it should be made clear that the Germans who ran the Prisoner of War camp, Stalag 13 in "Hogan's Heroes" were not Nazis. They were "Regular Army/Military". Even the rotund General Burkhalter, whom Kommandant Klink and Sergeant Shultz were deathly afraid of, was not a Nazi. Klink, Shultz and even Burkhalter often had disparaging remarks about the Nazis and the Nazi Party. When Nazis were shown on the series, they were presented in a non-comedic manner and were always portrayed as the real Nazis were - Evil. The series did combat this "Nazi POW Camp" misunderstanding during it's original run. The producers and actors, especially Werner Klemperer who played Klink, did their best to make the truth of the series set-up understood. Obviously most viewers at the time, and through the decades that the show has been in syndication, did (and do) understand the set-up or else the show would not have been highly rated in it's original run and would never have made it into syndication. (In fact, the show was still doing great in the ratings when it became a victim of the infamous CBS "Purge" which saw highly rated series such as "The Beverly Hillbillies", "Green Acres" and "Mayberry RFD" removed from the CBS Network as these "rural" sitcoms didn't fit in with the then-CBS Bosses vision of their "Tiffany" Network.) - - - - - As for Boning the Fish? Even though the show was flailing a bit during it's last year, and retreading script ideas, it was still fresh enough and funny enough that it never boned. -- Submitted By: () on July 31, 2012, 9:47 pm

Ghost Adventures - TV Shows
One of the few things that bothers me about "Ghost Adventures" is the over-reliance on EVPs (Electronic Voice Phenomenon). The guys could have some interesting evidence of other sorts, then they'll play an EVP of a "ghost" speaking, and it sounds like, "bzvp". The guys will listen to the "bzvp" and say, "Oh my God! The Ghost just said "Yea, though I walk through the valley of the Shadow of Death"!!!" Otherwise, it hasn't boned yet. -- Submitted By: () on July 30, 2012, 10:23 pm

Jonas Brothers - Music Groups
Joe released a solo album. Because of an appearance from foul mouthed rapper Lil Wayne, it was given a parental advisory stamp for explicit lyrics. His targeted audience is tweens and there was no way their parents would allow them to get this album. Therefore, it was not a big success. -- Submitted By: () on July 17, 2012, 12:11 am

Disney Channel - Random Topics
I had a roommate last year that was obsessed with Good Luck Charlie. He was a 20-year-old male who wanted to be a lawyer. Seriously. -- Submitted By: () on July 14, 2012, 10:19 am

ABC World News - TV Shows
OK, I hate to comment two times in a row on a show, but I just saw the teaser for tonight's World News broadcast. On top of coverage of the over-dramatized airplane hijacking that wasn't to be, and coverage of the OUTRAGEOUS SCANDAL that the United States' Olympic uniforms are made in CHINA (whilst ABC creams itself in glee that it was the first to break this hard-hitting story), they're now covering Carly Rae Jepsen, yes that teenybopping brat who wrote that inspid "Call Me Maybe" song as its Person of the Week!!! WHAT THE F IS WRONG WITH THIS NETWORK?!? Remember when this honor was reserved for people that, I don't know, did good things for the world? Peter Jennings is rolling in his grave at this spectacle. -- Submitted By: () on July 13, 2012, 5:38 pm

Joe Paterno - Celebrities
All the reports are saying he was heavily involved in the Sandusky coverup. Talk about a fall from the top. -- Submitted By: () on July 12, 2012, 4:24 pm

Chuck Norris - Celebrities
One of the coming attractions for the movie "Good Guys Wear Black" was footage of Chuck karate kicking the front windshield of a car, while the car was in motion. Yeah, OK. He made some BAD movies in the 70s. -- Submitted By: () on July 9, 2012, 2:59 pm

That '70s Show - TV Shows
I've just watched the first four seasons and for the most part have enjoyed it (Save for the Musical episode...shudder). However the Fez overload got to be a bit much. He had a lot of funny moments, don't get me wrong, but he was overexposed at times, and it got annoying how the audience would piss themselves at his every line, even if it was just a "hello." Overall though, those first few seasons have pretty been funny. -- Submitted By: () on July 8, 2012, 11:28 am

Caillou - TV Shows
This pretty much sums it up: http://www.crapmykidswatch.com/2012/04/caillou.html -- Submitted By: () on July 8, 2012, 9:47 am

Greed - TV Shows
I preferred Greed to Millionaire simply because Chuck Woolery was a far superior host to Regis Philbin. He played the part well and made you feel you were watching contestants make a deal with the devil instead of some cheesy camera hog, so he was a perfect fit for the show. The trouble was that the format was kind of rushed, there were no millionaires, and the show dragged on. If they tried to do this show again now with some minor changes, it might have a chance. -- Submitted By: () on July 8, 2012, 9:17 am

Good Morning America - TV Shows
Robin Roberts. I know she's been a great spokeswoman for cancer awareness, but I cannot stand her. She is just loud, annoying to listen to, and a poor fit for the program. I also don't enjoy the show simply because it has gone away from its news premise. There's fifteen minutes of legitimate headlines that they rush through so they can get to the latest celebrity gossip, makeover madness, and whatever else crap they can put in. Unwatchable. -- Submitted By: () on July 6, 2012, 6:05 am

National Treasure - Movie Series
The adventure is fascinating and I like how Riley actually got some female admiration from time to time despite being an absolute nerd. The important thing to remember is this is exclusively fantasy, it's sad that some pragmatic thinking adults have lost their sense of wonder and romanticism. -- Submitted By: () on June 27, 2012, 12:34 pm

Michael Jackson - Celebrities
Jacko was guilty. The jury got too caught up in the celebrity power and potential money/book deals to make the right decision. Even if the accusers were a bit flaky, the evidence was there to convict him. -- Submitted By: () on June 23, 2012, 12:35 pm

View, The - TV Shows
This is where I miss the old site. Their comments on this dreck were priceless. -- Submitted By: () on June 22, 2012, 10:42 am

RollerCoaster Tycoon - Random Topics
This was the start of the Tycoon craze, where suddenly there was a huge flood of entrepreneur-based "Tycoon" games. Zoo Tycoon was the only one that really came close to this one in terms of fun. -- Submitted By: () on June 21, 2012, 12:19 pm

FoxTrot - Random Topics
I just remembered one strip (and a collection named after it) with Jason and Marcus as "Encyclopedias Brown and White." I'm amazed Bill Amend never got any flack over that, even though I don't find it offensive at all. -- Submitted By: () on June 21, 2012, 12:03 pm

Journey - Music Groups
When "Don't Stop Believing" became a karaoke staple and the national anthem for every rich collar-popping, spoiled frat-boy in America. I cannot take that song at all. -- Submitted By: () on June 16, 2012, 7:45 pm

I Can Has Cheezburger? - Websites
The early 4chan-based macros were hilarious, these ones from the past few years...ehhh, not good. The cats might be funny, but the captions and meme rip-offs are just middle-aged potty humor. And yes, the comments section for any Cheezburger/Memebase page should be avoided at all costs. -- Submitted By: () on June 16, 2012, 6:15 pm

Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego? - TV Shows
Too young to see Where in the World, but I loved Time. It was my introduction to the Carmen Sandiego world and inspired my love of history and geography. Loved Dr. Belljar and at the age of 6, had a huge crush on Jacqueline Hyde. (Looking back, I'm quite sure she was based on some poor writer's ex). -- Submitted By: () on June 16, 2012, 11:48 am

Weather Channel, The - TV Shows
I do not understand the point of this channel, nor do I understand why people watch it for hours on end. If you want a local forecast, go to your local news station, or the internet. Am I missing something? -- Submitted By: () on June 15, 2012, 5:02 pm

BoneTheFish.com - Websites
@DolFan316, maybe so, some things aren't good from the start, but the point of this website isn't to go search up everything you don't like and announce to the world that you don't like it. The point of JTS is to talk about things that were once good but then started to go downhill. -- Submitted By: () on June 15, 2012, 4:09 pm

Knight Rider (1982) - TV Shows
I think the list above was supposed to be "Super Pursuit Mode" not "Pursuit Mode" since "Pursuit Mode" was on KITT from the start. The one thing I think could have been a bone the fish change was the convertible mode. While as hokey and over used (3 times in one episode) as super pursuit mode was, the idea of a drop-top T-roof car was a blatant "look how cool the car is" addition. -- Submitted By: () on June 13, 2012, 6:55 pm

Candid Camera - TV Shows
We replaced this man's favorite website with a generic TV Guide blog. Let's see what happens... -- Submitted By: () on June 12, 2012, 6:05 pm

Seth Rogen - Celebrities
I never understood his appeal. Then again, I'm not an overweight frat boy obsessed with pot and sex. But seriously, I've never laughed at him or any of his movies. -- Submitted By: () on June 8, 2012, 7:34 am

Betty White - Celebrities
Betty's always been kind of rowdy, just harken back to her appearances on Match Game and Hollywood Squares. I think her recent popularity came after that Super Bowl commercial she did. I've always liked her, but I agree she has become a bit overexposed. -- Submitted By: () on June 4, 2012, 12:58 pm

4chan.com - Websites
Not a website for the faint of heart. However, there is a lot of humor and future memes to be found if one knows where to look. -- Submitted By: () on May 27, 2012, 1:05 pm

College - Random Topics
I just graduated from college, and it's mind-boggling how many stupid people get into college these days. From my understanding, college was a place where intellectual discussion was fostered and lifelong friendships were created, not BS degrees like Sports Studies were allowed and every night is a recreation of Jersey Shore. Maybe I just went to a bad school, but I fear this is a national trend. -- Submitted By: () on May 22, 2012, 3:36 pm

Price Is Right, The - TV Shows
Let me start off by saying that I like Drew Carey. Although he'll never come close to Barker's showmanship and smoothness, at least he seems like a nice guy(Barker was a sexist egomaniac). As far as the show goes, there are a few things that bug me about today's version. First of all, everyone is miked up including the models and contestants. It was better when Barker would chat with the models on occasion, I really don't want to hear useless banter during the games. Secondly, it's obvious the contestant's excitement is more forced recently. Lately it seems like everyone who comes on stage has his/her own dance. Finally, the show has become one big advertisement for CBS. I swear every other show is flanked by either A. Soap Opera actors, B. Country Music stars, C. Craig Ferguson. Oh, one more thing- I really wish the announcer wouldn't model prizes. It's not amusing. -- Submitted By: () on May 21, 2012, 3:13 pm

Scooby Doo - TV Shows
The original Scooby-doo was more mature down to earth type of show that was down more realistic, then other Scooby-doo spin off's which weren't all that good.When Scrappy-doo was added to the show it was more about him and less about Scooby-doo and the gang.He did save the show but he also ruining at the same time. -- Submitted By: () on May 9, 2012, 10:29 pm

Family Guy - TV Shows
It's ironic how this show was brought back in 2005 because of the college crowd who watched it for its intelligent humor. But when it returned it selfishly turned its back on them to instead appeal to the a wider audience of mainstream idiots. -- Submitted By: () on May 8, 2012, 11:29 am

X-Files - TV Shows
The story-arc of this show started out amazing. It was simple enough. It involved a government cover-up of UFOs, abductions, and stereotypical "grey aliens". By season 5 it started losing its way and getting goofy by piling on extra elements like alien bounty hunters, aliens disguised as humans, alien rebels, and a very unclear storyline about an impending alien invasion. By the time the movie rolled around and season 6 began the story-arc became shamefully incoherent. It ends with a horribly written two part episode that clarifies nothing and bears little resemblance to the original show. -- Submitted By: () on May 8, 2012, 10:33 am

Strangers With Candy - TV Shows
Granted, the movie did make way too many changes to the show's continuity to be considered a true prequel (such as the Guy Blank character and ignoring the fact that the Jellineck/Noblet relationship didn't start until the episode "A Burden's Burden"). The show still ruled and never jumped the shark. Probably one of the funniest shows of all time. -- Submitted By: () on May 6, 2012, 1:55 pm

GEICO Gecko, The - Celebrities
I remember the first Geico commercial with the Gecko, he sounded like Morris the Cat from Nine Lives Catfood. Completely different accent than today. Of course a lot of readers are too young to remember Morris! -- Submitted By: () on April 2, 2012, 3:01 pm

Underworld - Movie Series
The thing is, the first Underworld had a LOT of promise, though it did suffer from poor pacing (most of the best exposition/action was jammed into the last quarter of the film) but I remember being impressed at the start and after the movie was over, thought it would have made a great soap opera. If only they had focused more on the other vampires! But, yeah, the biggest problem I had with the series (which was mostly ok if not riveting) was that if Michael is such a badass half vampire/half lycan, the first of his kind, why does he spend most of every movie getting his ass beat/saved by Selene? -- Submitted By: () on April 2, 2012, 2:22 pm

Simpsons, The - TV Shows
Hens love goose geese love ganders everyone else loves Ned Flanders. LMFAO!!! -- Submitted By: () on March 28, 2012, 2:39 pm

Not Necessarily the News - TV Shows
I loved the show. Remember Sniglets? -- Submitted By: () on March 22, 2012, 11:29 am

Cyanide and Happiness - Random Topics
My personal pick for favorite webcomic! The only things I don't like about it are the Depressing Comic Weeks. Otherwise, absolutely splendid. -- Submitted By: () on March 20, 2012, 4:52 pm

All in the Family - TV Shows
Robert is spot on when he said that Archie was satirizing bigotry. George Jefferson and Fred Sanford did the same thing and I would argue, even Andrew Dice Clay did it. This show lost it when meathead, Archie's primary foil, moved away. No foil, no friction, no comedy. -- Submitted By: () on March 17, 2012, 3:04 pm

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic - TV Shows
Having never actually sat down and watched an episode, I can't say whether or not it's good. From what I've heard, it's actually not that bad and does teach some decent lessons but that's it. I admit the characters are cute, which probably helps. As for adults carrying on and on about it, there does seem to be a strange phase going on in the past decade or so where this sort of thing is happening. I.e., there are TV shows, movies etc. that are mainly aimed at kids yet adults are going as crazy (perhaps even more crazy) for it as the kids are. In some cases, the franchises aren't bad per say but at the same time are no where near as good as the hype. Now, I think one could legitimately say that one should be able to watch/read what they want on their own time. As long as they don't force it upon people that are not interested then I don't think they're hurting anyone. In the case of FiM, I honestly think that it's a case of the characters being cute so people like to draw them and make up fan characters. Like with a lot of things, the Internet gives one access to somewhere people can admit they like the show with far less fear of judgment then the real world. I think what happens is you end up with fans that may like the show a little seeing so many others liking it that it opens a sort of Pandora's box. It's like someone making a few jokes that are okay but just okay. However, instead of a few chuckles, people laugh out loud and keep laughing out loud, which only encourages the person and suddenly instead of a few jokes to some people at their school/job, suddenly they're on a stage doing an entire act that really, is just a whole act of the same basic jokes but everyone else is laughing out loud at them so few are willing to stand up and say "yeah, it's funny but it's not *that* funny." That's all just a theory though. -- Submitted By: () on March 17, 2012, 12:36 pm

KFC - Random Topics
I notice a lot of food at restaurant chains don't taste as good as they used to...McDonald's fries, BK fries and chicken tenders, Wendy's burgers and fries, even KFC chicken. I'm thinking the ban on trans fats might be the culprit, but many foods changed taste before the ban took effect. After the ban, the foods changed even more. When canola oil is used to cook food, it ruins the flavor, big time. Peanut, corn, and sunflower oils seem to make the foods taste better. Chick-fil-A cooks their chicken with peanut oil, and it tastes good. They once cooked their fries the same way, and they were tasty...but one day, they didn't taste so good, and we soon found out why: They now cooked their fries in CANOLA oil. -- Submitted By: () on March 15, 2012, 11:59 am

Transporter, The - Movie Series
I must respectfully disagree. I like his movies. Yes the plots are pretty much the same, but the action sequences are good. He does have an acting "range". I agree with you about Mr. Cage. Very one dimensional acting. -- Submitted By: () on March 10, 2012, 6:14 pm

Yes - Music Groups
Floundering without Jon Anderson on vocals. Benoit David gone for apparently the same reason Anderson was, respiratory problems... that doesn't wash. He just did not have Anderson's high range; it shows with the lower keys used performances for Fly from Here and the strain on David's voice is obvious on the live album....Instead of asking Anderson back, they have hired Glass Hammer's lead vocalist.... meh. -- Submitted By: () on March 5, 2012, 1:17 am

Little House on the Prairie - TV Shows
Pa ingalls had to be the worst farmer on the planet. Unless dirt was a major cash crop in the 1880s -- Submitted By: () on February 29, 2012, 9:57 pm

Dawn Lyn - Celebrities
I guess I'm in a unique position here as I actually KNOW Dawn Lyn - she's a personal friend of mine. I should point out that I am British and as such not as familiar as most with Dawn's career. Her brother, Leif Garrett, WAS something of a celebrity 'over here' back in the '70s but Dawn never had the same exposure in the UK. So what DO I know about Dawn Lyn..? Well, I know Dawn is generous and thoughtful - two qualities that seem to be becoming rarer and rarer these days. I know she is modest - she never tells any new people she meets about her acting career unless they mention it first - and she has a genuine warmth about her. I always feel better after having spoken to her. My girlfriend and I have been house guests of Dawn and her husband at their home in Germany and, in turn, Dawn has stopped with us at our home in Derby, UK. We're all the best of friends and en=jpy hanging out together. So how does it feel when I read all the criticism of Dawn? Well, to be honest, most of it amuses me simply because it's uninformed, 'n'th generation bullshit that bears no resemblance to what I KNOW to be true! It's disappointing that people are not only willing to create 'untruths' about someone, but other people are prepared to accept them without question. All the criticisms of Dawn early career can easily be countered. Dawn didn't launch and manage her own career so criticising her for it isn't hurtful to her - it's irrelevant! You're criticising the wrong person/s. Dawn never 'pooped' on a guest star on 'My Three Sons' (I know that to be the case) and even if she did, is it hard to believe a little child might have an 'accident'? You would criticise a CHILD for something like that? Just because she was on TV doesn't mean she didn't have the same bodily functions as any other child? Dawn's relationship with her parents was, as might be expected, different to what most of us might consider normal. Any child brought up in a film or televison studio is not going to have the same life 'grounding' as the rest of us and the parents who put that child there are going to be different kinds of parents, too. It's doesn't necessarily make anyone WRONG (after all, notions of 'right' and 'wrong' are only popular opinions and not universal physical laws) but it does make them different. Dawn's career was guided by her parents and the roles she was given were, likewise, decided by people other than Dawn. I don't like to see any friend of mine subjected to inaccurate and downright cruel accusations and I'm sure all of you would defend your friends in the same way, wouldn't you? If you wouldn't... Well, can you REALLY say you're a true friend to them? I'll probably get a stream of abusive replies to this post and no doubt words like 'retard' will be bandied about, too... Good luck with that, people. I know Dawn Lyn and you people don't - I think that gives me the edge here whatever the smart mouths might say... :-) -- Submitted By: () on February 28, 2012, 4:31 pm

Nadya "Octomom" Suleman - Celebrities
@pelirojo it would have to have eight sleeves. (rimshot) -- Submitted By: () on February 23, 2012, 2:20 pm

Kayne West - Celebrities
he's an illiterate dolt who can't even sing without his precious robot voice and he still thinks he's the hottest shit since spray cheese. -- Submitted By: () on February 23, 2012, 2:17 pm

Kate Gosselin - Celebrities
then it was revealed that she took fertility drugs just to have that many kids. then the screaming harpy said er bitched "It's society's fault for glamorizing fertility drugs so I'm going to make society help me raise them" -- Submitted By: () on February 23, 2012, 2:13 pm

Addams Family, The - TV Shows
Sorry, but upon comparison, THE MUNSTERS, even THE GROOVIE GHOULIES are too many steps ahead of the Gomez and his creepy kin: It's surprising that the Addams Family had to wait until the nineties to be on the big screen. -- Submitted By: () on February 22, 2012, 10:22 pm

Munsters, The - TV Shows
The mentioning of the movie MUNSTER, GO HOME is all you really need to conclude how the Munsters boned. Even with the luster of the movie being in color, the show's cast no longer was spirited (knowing full well the series was already cancelled), and Debbie Watson (and neither Priest nor Owen) was Marilyn. Also, all prime time shows would be filmed in color in a full time basis which would have been financially too much for the series. -- Submitted By: () on February 22, 2012, 10:16 pm

Brady Bunch, The - TV Shows
The show was just developing during its first 2 seasons. The show was at its sentimental peak the years the family went to Grand Canyon and Hawaii during seasons 3 and 4 (which also saw the kids sing). But season 5 was a fatal disservice as Peter and Jan looked and were of high school age, Bobby and Cindy were of adelescent age, and the arrival of cousin Oliver: The show just went as far as it really could. -- Submitted By: () on February 22, 2012, 10:01 pm

Beverly Hillbillies - TV Shows
If it boned on anything I'm afraid I have to say the interplay with PETTICOAT JUNCTION during the remaining third of its run. In all fairness, it was also a way to console the cast of its sister show after the death of Bea Benadaret (who played Kate Bradley on JUNCTION and Pearl Bodine on HILLBILLIES). Despite any luster of the interplay, Bea's death might have awaken the sponsors to the demographic disadvantages of the rural shows. -- Submitted By: () on February 22, 2012, 9:50 pm

ABC World News - TV Shows
News shows can't bone. Their content and anchors can change every day. Plus, ABC has done a good job picking anchors. CBS and NBC... not so much. -- Submitted By: () on February 22, 2012, 6:41 pm

Little Mermaid, The - Movie Series
one fish I'd bone! (rimshot) -- Submitted By: () on February 22, 2012, 5:49 pm

Warner Music Group - Random Topics
I've seen them claim videos that had music they didn't even own. -- Submitted By: () on February 20, 2012, 9:32 pm

New York City - Random Topics
the whole city is one giant theme park. -- Submitted By: () on February 20, 2012, 12:59 pm

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) - Random Topics
just when you think they say the stupidest thing they keep talking. -- Submitted By: () on February 20, 2012, 12:51 pm

California Dreams - TV Shows
why does anyone remember this show? it was just awful! Even 'The Heights' were better -- Submitted By: () on February 20, 2012, 9:35 am

Two and a Half Men - TV Shows
It's become the Kutcher & Cryer show.. it seems the other "1/2" only makes brief cameos nowadays..nothing like it was during the early seasons.. i guess as long as CBS & Chuck Lorre are making millions off this show, they don't care how bad it gets -- Submitted By: () on February 20, 2012, 9:31 am

Internet Archive, The (aka the Wayback Machine) - Websites
when you have a mission as vital as these guys do, to hell with robots.txt -- Submitted By: () on February 20, 2012, 2:11 am

Veganism - Random Topics
vegans. ok so people need vitamins that plants don't produce. a vegan will tell you that with careful dieting and bladeblabla. so b 12 and calcium and fatty acids can't be produced by plants at all. a vegan will tell you that they use supplements. well where do these b 12 and calcium supplements come from? animals. that is the only significant cost effective source of these chemicals. then they say they're closer to nature and derpaderp. well then why do you need supplements produced by human science to keep your skin from falling off. and we wouldn't have significant brain mass if our evolutionary ancestors weren't at least part carnivore. -- Submitted By: () on February 20, 2012, 2:05 am

Real TV - TV Shows
loved this show. john daly and ahmad rashad were both decent hosts, but after the switch the show just took a different route. you didn't see anything fatal or too outrageous. like you did with daly, and he just wasn't as funny. -- Submitted By: () on February 20, 2012, 12:43 am

Full House - TV Shows
I can't believe I used to like this show. I tried watching it again recently and couldn't finish it. Sucked from the start. -- Submitted By: () on February 19, 2012, 10:57 pm

7th heaven - TV Shows
Season 6 should have been the last season. It boned when the main characters started leaving and was rarely (if ever) seen again. New irrelevant characters were brought into take their place. It would have been better if it was still only about the Camdens, but it became a show mainly about the new characters instead. -- Submitted By: () on February 19, 2012, 10:36 pm

Five Finger Death Punch - Music Groups
They're an alright rock band, but their version of Bad Company sucked. -- Submitted By: () on February 19, 2012, 4:53 pm

Duckman - TV Shows
I remember this became a staple on weekends. It was one of the better written shows, and I think the animation style was weak, but probably what the makers intended. Most episodes had obnoxious numbskull Duckman getting into some kind of trouble, and his tireless, smart, level-headed sidekick pig bailing him out. It took a while for me to get used to George Costanza's voice coming out of this infuriating bird, but he grew on me, and how can you not root for poor Cornfed? How he stayed with that duck all that time is a mystery. -- Submitted By: () on February 19, 2012, 1:25 am

Just the Ten of Us - TV Shows
I'm with DaChicoMann. This quickly became one of my favorites growing up. I became a fan of Just the Ten of Us because of the cute girls, but began enjoying it's simple charms. The casting was great, everyone was perfect together. I really liked the coach, he was fun and likeable, the three oldest girls were great and easy on the eyes, and Heather Langenkamp was my favorite Lubbock girl. I would have preferred if the second season remained about the entire family dynamic, rather than the older girls zany adventures, but I enjoyed it anyhow. Unfortunately it didn't last long enough to fully develop. -- Submitted By: () on February 19, 2012, 12:54 am

Adventures of Pete & Pete, The - TV Shows
This was one of my favorite shows growing up. It was quirky before quirky was cool. The entire tone of the show was so different from anything else I had seen. Little Pete's adventures were especially surreal (meeting guardian angel underwear inspector, burrowing under the house to escape being grounded, etc). The show was not condescending or forced (like most kid's shows-I'm looking at you Disney channel tripe), and well-written, often surprisingly moving. Little Pete was like a hero of mine, brave and never afraid to try something. Of course I was more like Big Pete, awkward, nerdy, and a bit reticent. The cast of characters were wonderfully unusual. Friends Artie the strongest man in the world, sweet but plain Ellen, adorable Nona with the eternally encased arm, and bullies ever-wounded Paper Cut, then forever moist Endless Mike. There were great cameos by Steve Buscemi, Janeane Garofalo, and Iggy Pop, the acting was great, the humor bizarre, and there was some cool music to boot. One-of-a-kind TV show goodness. A+ -- Submitted By: () on February 19, 2012, 12:30 am

Regular Show - TV Shows
IMO this is the best current show on today. Can't believe someone actually voted Day 1 >:-( Seriously, next to all the other dreck on TV this is a work of sheer genius. -- Submitted By: () on February 18, 2012, 7:42 pm

Sean Penn - Celebrities
jconifer, Totally agree. Sorry to have to post a longwinded deal but here goes. The Falklands had been settled by Spanish colonists in the 1700's but the last of them had abandoned the islands in 1811- a good two decades before British colonists started settling there and before the Argentine government had been created. The point being that there had been quite a few generations of inhabitants who had been born +raised there who considered them to be their home but considered themselves to be British subjects rather than Argentine citizens. Amongst other reasons, Argentina was under a horrible dictatorship during that time in the midst of a campaign now known as 'The Dirty War' in which thousands of student protestors [read this part carefully, Penn lovers] 'disappeared' from the mid 1970's onwards and their distraught mothers and grandmothers organized a group called 'Las Madres' to march against the government to demand to know the whereabouts of their offspring! OK, the Argentine dictatorship tried to blow them off as being hysterical crackpots but they risked their own freedom and lives to keep trying to find answers. Then the Argentine government decided to invade the Falklands to boost its ego over the objections of the Falkland natives and quite a few inhabitants were killed in the process. Would Penn and others have preferred the British government to have done NOTHING while this dictatorship ran roughshod over the islands and their inhabitants while he was having "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"?! Instead the British forces liberated [yes, LIBERATED] the islands from the Argentine army's occupation. And the crux of this? The Argentine citizenry were FURIOUS with their government over the many wasted resources and lives that that been lost in this fiasco and TOPPLED it AND they finally actually listened to Las Madres and started serious investigations as to what happened to those thousands of student protestors who'd 'disappeared'. The result? Mass graves were uncovered and accounts of torture and extermination camps and some folks thrown out of airplanes were unearthed amongst other atrocities. So, shouldn't Sean Penn be GRATEFUL to the British government for contributing to the downfall of a dictatorship AND getting the Argentine army to [somewhat] account for what happened to thousands of student protestors or is he oblivious to folks who protest his pets? And is he trying to have Prince William targetted by singling him out as though he's part of an occupying force rather than as a soldier there to help aid and protect some of his grandmother's subjects? -- Submitted By: () on February 16, 2012, 5:11 pm

Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show,The - TV Shows
The scary thing is, I was exposed to this BEFORE the Archies from which this clearly ripped off. Even at four years old I was smart enough to know that the original Flintstones series was the real deal. -- Submitted By: () on February 15, 2012, 2:55 pm

Northern Exposure - TV Shows
How's that movie star career going, Rob Morrow? -- Submitted By: () on February 15, 2012, 11:14 am

Terra Nova - TV Shows
I watched the show for the first few episodes, then just gradually lost interest.. i'm sure it won't get a second season -- Submitted By: () on February 15, 2012, 8:31 am

Futurama - TV Shows
I have to agree with Robert. I was a huge Futurama fan when it first aired and threw a tantrum when it was unceremoniously cancelled. When I heard they were bringing it back I literally jumped for joy-until I saw it. First the disappointing movies. And when they announced the series was returning, I had hope it would return to the greatness of the original. Alas, as the second season of new Futurama (officially season 7) drones on, I am still disappointed. The writing has taken a down turn. The characters are becoming Simpsonized- losing their humanity in favor of gags. The clever, off-the-wall humor of the first airings has been replaced with "the more obnoxious the better" type of thinking. The characters says fewer surprisingly funny lines, instead, spew tired insults too constantly. And everyone is becoming Homerized- much stupider season after season. The episode The Duh-Vinci Code was especially awful, like Hawking trying to write slapstick. The only episode so far that somewhat reminded me of the originals was Neutopia. Clever, bizarre, and sometimes laugh-out loud funny. I still have hope for a better, more consistent season. -- Submitted By: () on February 14, 2012, 10:03 pm

Designing Women - TV Shows
Never enjoyed this show. I didn't find it particularly funny. Delta was definitely the highlight of the show. I recall Dixie Carter's long-winded preaching, and Jean Smart's ditziness, even Meshach Taylor's token appearances. Can't for the life of me remember anything Annie Potts' character did that was memorable. -- Submitted By: () on February 14, 2012, 8:13 pm

Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness - TV Shows
It's not a bad series, but it's got some glaring flaws. Such as character changes: Po's gone from an overenthusiastic kung fu fan to an idiot who can't follow directions. He even does the most idiotic things, such as revealing the weaknesses of himself and each member of the Furious Five (who all act out of character). Characters also try too hard to be funny: for example, this redundant phrase ("I'm gonna squish his head like a squishy melon that's squishy with melon-y squishiness!"). Add to that, Po says "Awesome" at least 5 times per episode. On the bright side, they have voice actors from King of the Hill: Pamela Adlon (Bobby), Toby Huss (Strickland, Cotton), and Stephen Root (Bill). -- Submitted By: () on February 14, 2012, 2:06 pm

Dennis Miller - Celebrities
Tells it like it is to the liberals and they hate him for it. That's good enough for me! -- Submitted By: () on February 14, 2012, 7:44 am

Rugrats - TV Shows
don't forget taffy the babysitter. she had to be the worst babysitter ever. not a single time did the babies not leave her sight. -- Submitted By: () on February 10, 2012, 1:06 pm

Doug - TV Shows
when doug switched to disney the show became preachy and cheaply made and it lost billy west and his hilarious voices. the plots were recycled from pepper ann which seemed to be one saturday morning policy (four shows one plot) (still loved the block though. the perfect chaser to pokemon) -- Submitted By: () on February 10, 2012, 1:01 pm

Youtube - Websites
I agree with you guys about copyright rules & with them constantly taking down videos due to that. It's completely stupid. Though if you REALLY want to blame someone for this, blame the Senate, House of Representatives, Congress, the Government, for making the DMCA bill (Digital Millennium Copyright Act), & blame Bill Clinton for signing it into law. @Cartooner: Oh yeah, the ads, they're VERY annoying. I'm currently using Google Chrome, & even though I have Ad-Block Plus activated, some ads will STILL pop up. -- Submitted By: () on February 10, 2012, 12:45 am

January Jones - Celebrities
The only thing I know her from is that X-Men movie. And boy, was she lousy in it. -- Submitted By: () on February 9, 2012, 1:33 am

George Lopez - TV Shows
Wow, what's with the people voting "Day 1?" -- Submitted By: () on February 9, 2012, 12:36 am

Big Bang Theory - TV Shows
WHOA, does this show stink or what? Typical TBBT joke: Sheldon: I'm watching some Star Trek right now *laughs* Sheldon: On an HD-TV *even more laughs* Sheldon: Too bad there aren't Klingon subtitles *audience suffocates from too much laughter* In a nutshell, there are no jokes, just nerdy references, sometimes even plain old references. THAT'S NOT HUMOR, NOR IS IT FUNNY IN ANY WAY. -- Submitted By: () on February 9, 2012, 12:34 am

Look Who's Talking - Movie Series
God, how I hated these movies. I suppose it's only a matter of time until some moron "reboots" Look Who's Talking. -- Submitted By: () on February 8, 2012, 10:15 pm

Deep Purple - Music Groups
Ian Gillan is back with Deep Purple. I met him in August 2007 when a friend of mine came down from Ottawa, Ontario (Canada) with his family, and we attended their concert at Musikfest in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. My friend's parents are personal friends with the band, and they got me an all-access Canada/USA pass. Gillan is a nice guy. Deep Purple bass player Roger Glover, who spent the evening at a table with myself, my friend and his family at the bar inside the hotel where the band was staying, is an extremely nice guy - he seemed to be a regular bloke (as his countrymen say) who happened to luck into his dream job. Gillan did stop by our table on occasion. -- Submitted By: () on February 7, 2012, 7:50 pm

Hawaii Five-O - TV Shows
I agree. The new Hawaii Five-0 should be in its own category next to Hawaii Five-O (original uses letter "O" while new series uses numeral "0"). As a big fan of the original, I think the new series is even better! -- Submitted By: () on February 7, 2012, 11:38 am

Time Tunnel, The - TV Shows
Just as it was with THE GREEN HORNET, being on the shadow of BATMAN, the show was in the shadow of another show: in TUNNEL'S case, the show was in the shadow of LOST IN SPACE but the 2 heroes were also languishing...but in time. The show's concept of 2 men trying to get back to the present day didn't quite make the grade. -- Submitted By: () on February 4, 2012, 5:17 pm

Green Hornet,The - TV Shows
The Green Hornet was unfortunately in the shadow of Batman in its one year on the air also it looked just as much of an UNTOUCHABLES ripoff as it was of BATMAN. Its dark nature along with Kato doing his thing made it appealing but both Van's and Bruce's guest appearances on BATMAN, along with the INVASION FROM OUTER SPACE episode on HORNET may have signal their boning. -- Submitted By: () on February 4, 2012, 5:09 pm

Matt Damon - Celebrities
The haters came out in force on this one. How can you hate on Matt Damon?? -- Submitted By: () on February 4, 2012, 1:06 am

Facebook - Websites
What about the issue that Zuckerburg basically stole the idea from two guys that came up with the idea for a social website-then pushed his two partners out of business-I think that history will prove what a jerk Mark Zuckerburg really is-I think I am about to close my FB account and move over to Google+! -- Submitted By: () on February 2, 2012, 4:55 pm

Garfield Minus Garfield - Websites
I agree with comicguy on the food stealing scene-always loved that one-the Garfield minus Garfield is really good, not like Davis cares he makes hundreds of millions off Garfield a year, or so I heard! -- Submitted By: () on February 2, 2012, 4:28 pm

Hung - TV Shows
Can even HBO get more trashy? I remember my family cancelled it during the early nineties it got so sleazy, now it appears they are going down the same path yet again! -- Submitted By: () on February 2, 2012, 4:22 pm

Rosie O'Donnell - Celebrities
Rosie really sucks just because she is such an all-around repugnant piece of humanity. From her appearance to her nasty attitude, I can't think of a bigger turd in the punchbowl that is American celebrity! -- Submitted By: () on February 2, 2012, 4:19 pm

Star Wars - Movie Series
What amazes me is how Lucas has basically sold us the same movie what, five times? That is if you count the first of the old trilogy and Empire as the only real separate films in the series. Now he is going to 3D them. And everyone will run go see them and take their kids. Douchebaggotry, thy name is George Lucas! -- Submitted By: () on February 2, 2012, 4:11 pm

Mad Max - Movie Series
Watched the Road Warrior recently with a friend, it still rocks-sad to hear about Arkie Whiteley-my friend that watched it with her is STILL in love with her thirty years later-Beyond Thunderdome was cool until Max finds the kids-then it is like another movie that really BONES-and Tina Turner sucks at all times but the movie was okay till he found the kids! -- Submitted By: () on February 2, 2012, 3:40 pm

Waffle House - Random Topics
Had a waitress in there once that was psychotic-I mean, really high or really manic on something and it wasn't pot! Then again, it was entertaining watching all the drama unfold in the lives of the staff-you know, who was sleeping with whose wife, who was getting divorced, who was in jail, and so on! -- Submitted By: () on February 2, 2012, 3:35 pm

Joe Namath - Celebrities
Broadway Joe could never BTF!! Any guy that can rock a pair of pantyhose for an ad, like he did is a REAL man! -- Submitted By: () on February 1, 2012, 4:10 pm

Parenthood (2010) - TV Shows
Been watching since day one and this show comes close to boning every single week but pulls away from the fish at the last minute because there are so many characters to follow. However, Hattie is a whiney brat like most of the kids and I can't wait until she leaves for school. -- Submitted By: () on January 28, 2012, 1:10 am

WIRE, The - TV Shows
The crime drama will NEVER get better than The Wire. -- Submitted By: () on January 28, 2012, 12:54 am

Beavis and Butthead - TV Shows
Mike Judge didn't lose a step with revamp. They might have been even bigger smartasses this season! More Tom Anderson please! -- Submitted By: () on January 28, 2012, 12:38 am

Justified - TV Shows
Second season didn't feature hardly any quick draw shootings from Raylan but only 2 episodes into season 3 they have killed about 8 people...boning avoided for now. Great show! -- Submitted By: () on January 28, 2012, 12:32 am

Big Bang Theory - TV Shows
This show is getting eerily similar to Friends -- Submitted By: () on January 27, 2012, 5:31 pm

Andy Kaufman - Celebrities
Talentless and annoying. His scenes on Taxi were always a turn off. -- Submitted By: () on January 27, 2012, 11:13 am

New Yankee Workshop, The - TV Shows
Put an R in your words!!! -- Submitted By: () on January 27, 2012, 11:11 am

A-Team, The - TV Shows
I enjoyed this show for the escapist entertainment that it was, pure and simple. IMO there were strong parallels between this show and comic books with their "shoot-em-up" styles and over the top dialogue. Used to enjoy watching them build their contraptions and kick the snot out of the bad guys. And in the end nobody gets killed, hurt, or scratched, no matter how big the explosions, how spectacular the car wrecks, or how thick the hail of bullets. You gotta love Hollywood! -- Submitted By: () on January 26, 2012, 8:10 pm

Kolchak: The Night Stalker - TV Shows
To anyone who grew up in the 70's as I did, this show will probably stick out in your mind as one of the most original horror flicks of it's time due to it's original themes and the charismatic Darren McGavin, who played Carl Kolchak to clumsy and rumpled perfection. One of the long-standing ironies of the show was that no matter how many monsters he fought or how much evidence gathered, no one believed him, so the poor guy trudged on alone each week. As a kid of 15, Night Stalker was the 70's version of X-Files and Buffy, only IMO it was MORE suspenseful than those two shows in this regards: Kolchak never carried a gun (like Mulder or Scully) nor did he have super powers (like Buffy), the dude was also middle-aged, in questionable shape, and was clumsy as hell. When he took on a monster all he had was his wits, maybe some homemade weapon, and his bungling courage. It's a miracle this guy wasn't turned into monster food in the first few episodes. This show may seem cheesy by today's standards but what it lacked in special effects it more than made up for with terrific acting, not only by the inimitable McGavin himself, but by a great ensemble cast, and this to me was one of the show's appeal. I'll admit that not all the episodes were great (some were even lame), but overall it was one of the most suspenseful shows of it's time. Absolutely loved this show as a teenager and don't think it ever jumped. Still watch it occasionally now and it's held up pretty well over the years. My favorite episode: Horror In The Heights. -- Submitted By: () on January 26, 2012, 6:51 pm

Kolchak: The Night Stalker - TV Shows
To anyone who grew up in the 70's as I did, this show will probably stick out in your mind as one of the most original horror flicks of it's time due to it's original themes and the charismatic Darren McGavin, who played Carl Kolchak to clumsy and rumpled perfection. One of the long-standing ironies of the show was that no matter how many monsters he fought or how much evidence gathered, no one believed him, so the poor guy trudged on alone each week. As a kid of 15, Night Stalker was the 70's version of X-Files and Buffy, only IMO it was MORE suspenseful than those two shows in this regards: Kolchak never carried a gun (like Mulder or Scully) nor did he have super powers (like Buffy), the dude was also middle-aged, in questionable shape, and was clumsy as hell. When he took on a monster all he had was his wits, maybe some homemade weapon, and his bungling courage. It's a miracle this guy wasn't turned into monster food in the first few episodes. This show may seem cheesy by today's standards but what it lacked in special effects it more than made up for with terrific acting, not only by the inimitable McGavin himself, but by a great ensemble cast, and this to me was one of the show's appeal. I'll admit that not all the episodes were great (some were even lame), but overall it was one of the most suspenseful shows of it's time. Absolutely loved this show as a teenager and don't think it ever jumped. Still watch it occasionally now and it's held up pretty well over the years. My favorite episode: Horror In The Heights. -- Submitted By: () on January 25, 2012, 10:05 pm

Facebook - Websites
Facebook is really BTF making this new 'Timeline' mandatory. It should be optional. Zuckerberg & Co. must be trying to see how much they can raise the bar on privacy invasion. -- Submitted By: () on January 25, 2012, 11:49 am

Martin Lawrence - Celebrities
you guys are crazy. "Martin" was one of the better 90s sitcoms due mostly to him. (no disrespect to the other stars) -- Submitted By: () on January 25, 2012, 12:06 am

Pac-Man (video game series) - Random Topics
this game is genius. easy to play, very hard to master. -- Submitted By: () on January 24, 2012, 11:42 pm

Earth Day - Random Topics
Travaltron, I have to admit that I'd never heard of Ira Einhorn's association with the first Earth Day organizers. I've spent some time looking up primary sources since you mentioned this and, to the best of my comprehension, it seems he was the emcee of that first rally [and he HAD been a bigwig in Philadelphia counterculture circles prior to that]. It wouldn't be the first (or last) time an organization gravely erred by thinking a loudmouth would be beneficial in helping to jumpstart a cause. How could someone emcee an event without having any part in helping to organize it? Instead of saying Einhorn hadn't had anything to do with it, I think it would have been far better had they just lumped it and said [at his trial] 'Yeah, we made a horrible mistake in choosing him to emcee the thing and we're sorry he used that clout to help seduce a trusting girl whom he evidently would murder and stuff in a trunk!' It was hardly the first [or last time] an organization of any stripe has believed that having an obnoxious loudmouth at the front of the ranks would only have positive benefits [rarely if ever does this happen]. I am not an Earth Day supporter or organizer but I DO believe that we as individuals do need to consider what's best for the environment because we're on a planet with 7 billion other people and counting with ever decreasing resources,etc. I agree that some environmentalists have had rather skewed priorities, DolFan[e.g. the lightbulbs]. In addition to the BP Oil Spill Disaster nonaction, I'd also like to add something a little closer to home- the TVA Kingston Fossil Plant Coal Slurry Spill that ruined many acres and private homes- the environmental effects still are being felt. Yet, despite this disaster from the leaking coal ash pond, there's been no call to transfer slurry from other existing ponds near residential areas to safer containments even though this disaster proved this method extremely unsafe and doomed to failure without constant and proper human maintence. I guess the point I'm making is that regardless of the poor judgments/whacked priorities of some of the higher ups, I believe it's important for us to consider what we each can do to help keep as much of our planet as habitable for as long as possible. I mean, doing nothing and pretending there are no consequences of pollution makes as much sense as becoming cat hoarders. I think a better approach rather than considering making positive steps the equivilant of having 'freedoms' taken away would be to consider said steps a kind of game like scrap iron drives and victory gardens were to my parents' generation in World War Two with the idea of believing we were GAINING our freedom by contributing to a worthy goal. OK, I'm ready for the negative votes but I thought the above needed to be said.[and I most sincerely hope Einhorn rots in his prison for what he did to that poor girl regardless of anything else ]. -- Submitted By: () on January 24, 2012, 1:07 pm

American Gladiators - TV Shows
I say day one, American Gladiators made Professional Wrestling look realistic. -- Submitted By: () on January 23, 2012, 9:04 pm

Deadliest Catch - TV Shows
The Harris boys blow up after Captain Phil Harris passing killed the show for me. Some things should not have been televised. -- Submitted By: () on January 23, 2012, 8:58 pm

Kathie Lee Gifford - Celebrities
I think I the last time I heard about Kathie Lee Gifford was about last year when she became the Today Show host, not sure she still does though. -- Submitted By: () on January 23, 2012, 7:41 pm

Kelly Clarkson - Celebrities
I don't have a problem with her. She's a pretty good singer and I find her cute. Her music is not my favorite, but she's not bad. -- Submitted By: () on January 21, 2012, 10:29 pm

United States Congress - Random Topics
Dolfan, please be careful, we might be monitored by the Lizard's sssssssecret ssssservice. -- Submitted By: () on January 20, 2012, 11:38 am

NCIS - TV Shows
I hated when McGee started wearing that stupid black coat in season eight with the collar turned up to hide his long, skinny pencil neck. -- Submitted By: () on January 19, 2012, 6:34 am

Girlfriends - TV Shows
This show definitely boned when Toni left. I still watch the re-runs on Centric though, and I've noticed they only show the ones before Toni left. Could it be that they agree? -- Submitted By: () on January 18, 2012, 10:28 pm

United States Congress - Random Topics
Our Congress has really boned trying to pass the SOPA and PIPA bills.. While I'm against piracy, these proposed bills will also have negative consquences on our freedoms if they are passed.. -- Submitted By: () on January 18, 2012, 2:08 pm

Micky Dolenz - Music Groups
Mickey Dolenz was always my favorite Monkee. He always seems to come off as a really likeable guy (I would hope he's like that IRL). I read his autobiography 'I'm A Believer' several years back. It was a really interesting read if you ever have a chance to pick it up. -- Submitted By: () on January 18, 2012, 11:30 am

Starsky and Hutch - TV Shows
I HATED this show, but the movie was ok. The only thing good in either case was the car. -- Submitted By: () on January 17, 2012, 9:50 am

Lea Thompson - Celebrities
I'd like to bone that fish! -- Submitted By: () on January 17, 2012, 9:49 am

Jim Nabors - Celebrities
He was great in not one but two sitcoms as Gomer Pyle. He also has an unbelievable voice and has recorded many great albums. Furthermore he lives in Hawaii and loves racing. A few years ago the United States Marines actually gave him an official promotion to Corporal. He is now unboneable. -- Submitted By: () on January 17, 2012, 2:50 am

Hawaii Five-O - TV Shows
They shouldn't even include the new Hawaii Five-O with the classic. No one beats Steve Garrett. The new Hawaii Five-0 is like CSI Hawaii/Miami Vice with a couple of pretty boys driving sports cars around shooting up the bad guys without getting their hear messed up. Yuck! -- Submitted By: () on January 17, 2012, 2:45 am

Blind Melon - Music Groups
I still have their first album and as i recall it was quite good even without No Rain -- Submitted By: () on January 16, 2012, 5:35 am

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations - TV Shows
One of the best travel and food shows - period. Tony Bourdain has a slick sense of style and an irreverent look at life - but always respectful of different cultures and the hospitality he is shown. You'll learn a lot about the world in ways you never expected. Bone marrow, anyone? -- Submitted By: () on January 14, 2012, 3:50 am

George Lopez - TV Shows
1. I hated what they did to Carmen's character. 2. I hated that they made Max seem so STUPID. Unrealistically so. 3. Benny's Character was just awful. That said, I still mostly liked the show. -- Submitted By: () on January 13, 2012, 3:20 pm

Dora the Explorer - TV Shows
I wanted to like this show because I speak Spanish. I remember being really annoyed with the "Backpack" song, but the "swiper no swiping!" thing was what clenched it for me. The other stuff I could deal with. I actually found myself rooting for the fox, and was most disappointed in the one episode where he managed to steal something from Dorky the Exploder, and then she got it back. -- Submitted By: () on January 13, 2012, 3:07 pm

Family Guy - TV Shows
AGreed with the naysayers. No wodner Lacey Chabert left Meg Griffin's voice. [of course stunt casting like having her as the voice was becoming common-"Lion King", anyone?] -- Submitted By: () on January 12, 2012, 9:46 pm

Flintstones, The - TV Shows
Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm being born. Okay, so some great episodes like when they become singing babies [it's all just a dream] or the can can girls and clown getting mixed up so Pebbles has her own Rocxdkettes and The Water Buffalo Lodge can have their own clown LOL [with Doug "Doggie Daddy" Young gloing form Jimmy Durante to Frank Nelson from "Jack Benny" and "Lucy"], but the show jumped when the kids appeared-no longer was it just the Honeymooners..-but now we get: Sammantha from HB's sister studio Screen Gems [through COlumbia Pictures] "Bewitched" and Darrin [how thoughtful--Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York reprising the superioir live action show's characters], the famous jealousy cowboy episode where a cowboy rodeo star comes over and Pebbles admires him..double jealousy as Fred resents it,and need I start on fairy tale and TV show elements in there? Hoyt Curtin [who went to score "Linus the Lionhearted"] being replaced by Ted Nichols could be called a isher boner by some. BY the way, BrianBuck and Pelirojo, Mel Blanc was NOT even CONCIOUS in 1961 in hospital, so wasn't Blanc. Listen to such episodes as the Barney in drag "Tilly Shimmoshone" or the re-marriage with Frank "Yesssss" Nelson as the clerk--that's NOT Blanc--it's Daws Butler. He did that voice at first for Yogi Bear, and before that for Looney Tunes [a Bugs short "Half-Fare Hare" as the male characters of the Honeymooners, and also as Ralph and Ed in the similiar "Honeymousers" also as WB.Of course with that exception Mel Blanc resumed the voice and DID change it to match..funny thing is Barney didn't really sound like Ed Norton [Art Carney], ["Honeymooners" being the idea for the show] in the first seasons..] -- Submitted By: () on January 12, 2012, 8:44 pm

Best Buy - Random Topics
Their prices were pretty reasonable back in the day, but it seems like they've gotten expensive over the years.. Circuit City's demise maybe? -- Submitted By: () on January 12, 2012, 11:03 am

Van Halen - Music Groups
I heard their new song "Tattoo" the other day.. i have to say it's not bad.. maybe i'll catch them when they play in my city in June -- Submitted By: () on January 12, 2012, 10:57 am

America's Funniest Home Videos - TV Shows
A lot of the winners on this show appeared (to me, anyways) like they were selected based on their 'cute' factor.. sorry this isn't America's Most Adorable Home Videos, it's Funniest.. I remember seeing videos on this show that were actually funny and more worthy to be selected winners. And what's with the ska music they still use for this show? Wasn't that popular in the late 90's? They need some different theme music. -- Submitted By: () on January 12, 2012, 10:50 am

Starland Vocal Band - Music Groups
Afternoon Delight.. noT so much lame as it is an annoying song.. the vocals especially.. they won a Grammy for THIS? -- Submitted By: () on January 12, 2012, 10:43 am

Elton John - Music Groups
He put out some decent songs during his Second Wind years (89-95), but i enjoy his Classic Rock years the best.. Rocket Man anyone? -- Submitted By: () on January 12, 2012, 10:35 am

TIME Magazine - Random Topics
I protest against Time's pick "Protestor of the Year"..oh wait, that makes ME a protestor.. and named Time's POTY TWICE!!.. yea i don't take their 'picks' seriously anymore.. (like the Nobel Prize) -- Submitted By: () on January 12, 2012, 10:31 am

BEATLES, The - Music Groups
After they stopped touring. Revolver onwards was not very good, IMO. -- Submitted By: () on January 11, 2012, 9:31 pm

Mythbusters - TV Shows
I wouldn't say it's boned yet, but when they investigate if a viral video is real, IT'S NOT MYTHBUSTING! They seem to be running out of ideas, sadly. -- Submitted By: () on January 11, 2012, 9:25 pm

Family Guy - TV Shows
Never had anything against the show. More like I have something against the people who watch it. I mean seriously, are fans of this show even able to go outside without a helmet? It has no humor. All it consists of are pop culture references (not jokes, they're just references), unfunny political satire (always with liberal undertones), and the cutaway gags! Easily the worst part of the show. Obviously just filler due to the writers' incompetence to write actual funny situations and stories. Fans might think I'm just a prude, but really, I'm not. Family Guy isn't offensive at all, it's actually pretty gutless. Its core demographic consists of 14-21 year old white males. How are racist jokes and/or sexual innuendos supposed to offend 14-21 year old white males? They're not. They're made to give these mongoloids who watch the show a smug sense of superiority, while offending prudes, minorities, or perhaps devout Christians. This show sucks, boned many years ago. Was tolerable until it got canceled, then it just went straight downhill from there. A wannabe South Park, but an unfunny one at that. -- Submitted By: () on January 11, 2012, 9:22 pm

Friends - TV Shows
Just not a funny show in my opinion. After all, isn't that what a sitcom is all about? Also, not really a reason for it boning, but why is it on so many channels? It's practically overrun Nickatnite now. It's really sad to see. -- Submitted By: () on January 11, 2012, 9:12 pm

Big Bang Theory - TV Shows
Was never really a funny show IMO. Sucked from the start. The overused laugh track and general inconsistencies don't help, either. -- Submitted By: () on January 11, 2012, 9:10 pm

TIME Magazine - Random Topics
It seems that many do not know what the Person of the Year is really about. And regarding the Protestor for 2011, there are years that the Person of the Year was a generic person such as a the U.S. Solider (in the 1950s). Some years, it was a thing such as the personal computer. -- Submitted By: () on January 10, 2012, 8:11 pm

Super Mario Bros. - Random Topics
It seems that those who voted that it "boned" have not played the recent Super Mario games like Super Mario Galaxy and Galaxy 2, games that are well-received. The series is still going strong. -- Submitted By: () on January 10, 2012, 7:14 pm

Drew Carey Show, The - TV Shows
Extemely creative and fun I love this show -- Submitted By: () on January 10, 2012, 12:04 am

Dallas - TV Shows
I got bored with it in the middle of the #5 DVD release (1981-82); so much so that I'm giving all my "Dallas" sets to my nephew who lives in Iowa and is gladly taking them. Good riddance! -- Submitted By: () on January 9, 2012, 8:26 am

Ponies - Random Topics
As a pony myself, and on the Gumby show...I would say that ponies were a lot better before this recent symbolizing, itself though a corrupt overuse of real life female horse love..now I gotta go with my MALE owner GUMBY..whose show needs to be mentioned on TV TOPICS. SC -- Submitted By: () on January 9, 2012, 2:07 am

Tiffani Thiessen - Celebrities
NEVER boned....except in the sexual way.. And currently known for TNT's "White Collar"... I have a pinup of her,too. -- Submitted By: () on January 9, 2012, 1:56 am

Scooby Doo - TV Shows
This who SHOW sucked!!! It was a Quick Draw-Ruff and Reddy/Archies remix shows shows how horrid the entire seventies animation shows were [the eighties were even worse.] This show was IMO not a classic. -- Submitted By: () on January 9, 2012, 1:19 am

American Idol - TV Shows
Soggy9000, the show is no more horrid that anything Hanna-Barbera made in the 70s or 80s. NO different than the crap music that started appearing thirtyyears ago. And you never heard the saying, apparently, honey draws flies better than vinegar. Plus I have cousins who work on the show and enjoy it. Nyeah. [just kidding.\ -- Submitted By: () on January 9, 2012, 1:16 am

According to Jim - TV Shows
Agreed with BrewMaster on Courtney Thorne-SMith, but I also like Jim Belushi. No bone. -- Submitted By: () on January 8, 2012, 2:37 pm

Ally McBeal - TV Shows
You all forgot one: Courtney Thorne-Smith leaving the show. Other wise never boned [but, really, never boned in a PHG show like this? get it?] -- Submitted By: () on January 8, 2012, 2:35 pm

Laff-A-Lympics - TV Shows
New here, but I just gotta say, all of these get-togther sujperstar shows were just another fly in the ointment as why 70s-80s HB shows sucked...150 charactersa..world record even if the teams didn't set one.. -- Submitted By: () on January 7, 2012, 4:49 pm

Handy Manny - TV Shows
Bob the Builder becomes Roberto, the illegal squatter. -- Submitted By: () on January 6, 2012, 11:11 am

House - TV Shows
I gave up after the first season. They were off to a "shaky" start when EVERY illness resulted in seizures. -- Submitted By: () on January 6, 2012, 11:07 am

Battlestar Galactica 1978 - TV Shows
The Eastern Alliance were put into BG because they were cheaper to use in an episode than the Cylons -- less involved costumes, less special effects, etc. The original BG got into a major budget crunch towards the end of the original run, and the EA episodes are a symptom of this. At least the Cylons did feature in the last episode of the original run. -- Submitted By: () on January 6, 2012, 8:52 am

Office, The - TV Shows
The Office needed to pull a Mary Tyler Moore and leave on top. Instead it still flounders every week and and turned into a sit com. It started when Jim left to go to Connecticut. I hope and pray Modern Family stays true but I think it is lining up for the ramp to JTS. -- Submitted By: () on January 4, 2012, 8:25 pm

Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light - TV Shows
One of the really bad toy tie ins in the mid to late 80's- I barely remember it, but even as a kid this seemed really bad and contrived. Visionaries, you boned. -- Submitted By: () on January 4, 2012, 5:20 pm

Wacky Races - TV Shows
Muttley RULES! -- Submitted By: () on January 2, 2012, 1:24 am

Bob Saget - Celebrities
I don't mind when someone throws in profanities or dirty jokes in their act, but it's sorely obvious Saget does it, he's doing it to show that "Hey! I'm no clean choir boy that you see me as on Full House or America's Funniest Home Videos! !@#&^@%$^*%!@*$^!&*(@#^!@#&*(%^!@#*(%&(*#()!!!!!!" -- Submitted By: () on January 1, 2012, 8:21 am

Verizon - Random Topics
The "4G Wonderland" commercial is actually for T-Mobile. As easy as Carly Foulkes is on the eyes, that ad WAS getting pretty old. -- Submitted By: () on December 31, 2011, 3:40 am

Verizon - Random Topics
They're now going to charge you $2 just to pay your bill (unless you auto-pay or use debit or credit card)..i'm glad i'm not a verizon customer -- Submitted By: () on December 30, 2011, 7:50 am

Gary Coleman - Celebrities
He was a talented guy and I feel so sad when I think of what became of him when he no longer was a cute little boy and had to leave the show. -- Submitted By: () on December 29, 2011, 9:12 am

Brothers and Sisters - TV Shows
The thing was though through all the drama and fighting, there were a lot of light-hearted funny moments in this show, and it should have not been taken off the air!!!!!! -- Submitted By: () on December 28, 2011, 1:31 am

Fleetwood Mac - Music Groups
Rumours was by all counts one of the best albums of the 70's, but I dont what they were thinking with Tusk -- Submitted By: () on December 25, 2011, 9:45 am

Kool & the Gang - Music Groups
They boned with Cherish.. what a cheesy song -- Submitted By: () on December 24, 2011, 5:16 pm

Different World, A - TV Shows
It boned after season 1 when Whitley's voice changed and she became whiny.. and Kris Kross was in an episode.. double bone -- Submitted By: () on December 24, 2011, 5:13 pm

Verizon - Random Topics
Can't wait till their dumb Christmas themed 4G Wonderland commercial stops airing.. Waaaayyy too overplayed, and it AIN'T going to get me to switch -- Submitted By: () on December 24, 2011, 5:09 pm

Renegade - TV Shows
It was like a serious version of the A-Team, with Vince having shoot out/car crashes and there were never any law enforcement showing up. The FBI never could find Reno, despite his loud presence. -- Submitted By: () on December 22, 2011, 12:32 pm

Christmas - Random Topics
How many observe Christ's birthday! How few, his precepts! O! 'tis easier to keep holidays than commandments. - Benjamin Franklin -- Submitted By: () on December 22, 2011, 7:58 am

Avengers, The - TV Shows
The chemistry between Patrick and Diana plus the offbeat stories were phenomenal. -- Submitted By: () on December 21, 2011, 11:59 pm

Kids in the Hall, The - TV Shows
Great show - my favorite = the bird woman looking for the house she grew up in - absolutely hysterical! -- Submitted By: () on December 21, 2011, 11:55 pm

Warrant - Music Groups
Hair metal ROCKED! I miss my mullet. -- Submitted By: () on December 15, 2011, 5:46 pm

Toby Keith - Celebrities
"Red Solo Cup" is more suited as album filler, but somehow has managed to make it unto the Top 20 on the Country music charts.. Someone give me a fillet knife! -- Submitted By: () on December 15, 2011, 8:05 am

Newt Gingrich - Celebrities
Porky Pig!!! -- Submitted By: () on December 14, 2011, 9:29 pm

Ann Coulter - Celebrities
Ann the man!!! -- Submitted By: () on December 14, 2011, 9:28 pm

Justice League - TV Shows
It had the wrong Green Lantern. -- Submitted By: () on December 14, 2011, 6:58 pm

Three Stooges, The - TV Shows
Boned when they brought out Joe and Curly Joe, the gay stooges. -- Submitted By: () on December 14, 2011, 6:50 pm

Rick Perry - Celebrities
Perry might of done some good things in Texas, but the last thing we need in this nation is some religious nut, while we are still fighting a war against a bunch of religious nutballs (and could use the propaganda value of using the War on Terror as a "Holy War"). And the debates?!? Ohhhh boy, that guy has work to do. -- Submitted By: () on December 14, 2011, 1:35 am

Night Gallery - TV Shows
It was great while Rod still had some control over the show. When it turned into "The Sixth Sense", the show was over as far as I'm concerned. Some of the best - "The Caterpillar" (should have been called "The Earwig"), "Green Fingers", "The Return of the Sorcerer" and "Sins of the Father". -- Submitted By: () on December 13, 2011, 2:41 am

Laverne & Shirley in the Army - TV Shows
No lie - it sucked... -- Submitted By: () on December 13, 2011, 2:00 am

Ironside - TV Shows
Raymond Burr was always great. This was a good show... -- Submitted By: () on December 13, 2011, 12:50 am

Master, The - TV Shows
A decent, short-lived show that introduced the concept of "Ninjitsu" to the American public... -- Submitted By: () on December 13, 2011, 12:49 am

Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom - TV Shows
My dad loved this show and I used to watch it with him when I was a kid. Very well done and very informative... -- Submitted By: () on December 13, 2011, 12:29 am

Texting - Random Topics
Just one more "technical advancement" that has de-socialized society. Soon, humans only "verbal" communication will be grunts. -- Submitted By: () on December 11, 2011, 10:38 am

Jon Hamm - Celebrities
This man is too hot to bone the fish! -- Submitted By: () on December 7, 2011, 3:29 pm

Hannah Montana - TV Shows
Oh God..Evil twin? Do the writers of that show also write for soap operas? -- Submitted By: () on December 7, 2011, 12:58 pm

Macy's - Random Topics
A woman down here got fired from a local Macy's for refusing to let a cross-dressing man use the women's dressing rooms.. Apparently there is a policy (of theirs) that allows a cross-dresser to use any dressing room he or she wants. Is this common now? Do other dept. stores such as Macy's have similar policies? -- Submitted By: () on December 7, 2011, 6:53 am

Six Flags - Random Topics
I guess its really hit or miss. I remember going to a Six Flags in New Jersey, and that park was a dump. However, I had gone to one near Washington, DC during a Boy Scout trip, and it was a real nice park. -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 10:49 pm

Smashing Pumpkins - Music Groups
They put out some good records in the 90's but after Mellon Collie.. nothing they put out seemed interesting enough to buy -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 7:08 pm

Stone Temple Pilots - Music Groups
I remember when they went on hiatus and the other members of STP formed this group with another lead singer called "Talk Show"..God that was awful. Wonder if they were trying to tell Weiland that they didn't need him -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 7:02 pm

Adam Sandler - Celebrities
50 First Dates, i mean.. -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 6:57 pm

Adam Sandler - Celebrities
Some of his early movies were ok, afterwards it was more miss for him than hit.. 20 First Dates was the last decent one he's been in -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 6:55 pm

Madonna - Music Groups
Coming to Super Bowl in a few months! Aren't you excited? You think football fans are going to watch a 50+-year old has-been dance around strutting her stuff? -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 6:51 pm

Wham! - Music Groups
I'd be more than willing to let this band slide if i wasn't somehow subjected to their "Last Christmas" around this time every year.. and a few singers like Taylor Swift, think this song is so great, they make covers of their own, and i get to be subjected to those too! BLECHHH!! Merry Christmas btw (so you don't think i'm a total Scrooge) -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 6:48 pm

Adam Sandler - Celebrities
He always acts like such a retard. Day 1. The only halfway decent things he's done, was Wedding Singer, and performing for the troops. -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 9:24 am

Dairy Queen - Random Topics
What happened to Dennis the Menace? -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 9:22 am

Foo Fighters - Music Groups
Not as cool as what they were named for. -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 9:21 am

Helen Hunt - Celebrities
I never liked her...I just keep thinking what her last name rhymes with... -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 9:20 am

Tales from the Crypt - TV Shows
The EC comics rocked, the show was so-so. Demon Knight was probably the best thing they did. -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 9:19 am

National Geographic - Random Topics
I loved NG when I was a kid, but when a new editor took over in the early 80s, it seemed like it was less and less about the world in general, and more and more about the life of insects. And I hate bugs...blech! The article on how ants "did it" finished it for me, I gave up my subscription and never bothered with it again. -- Submitted By: () on December 6, 2011, 9:17 am

Night Court - TV Shows
I loved the show, but I always felt Karen Austin was hotter than Markie Post. I dropped a bone when she left. -- Submitted By: () on December 5, 2011, 11:01 am

A-Team, The - TV Shows
Same goes with the car crashes.. like with Dukes of Hazzard and A-Team, some of them appeared so fatal you wouldn't think anybody could walk away from that, but they did ..only in Hollywood -- Submitted By: () on December 3, 2011, 5:28 pm

Napoleon Dynamite - Movie Series
This was one of the most boring movies i've ever seen in my life! Why was it such a big deal? And now a series based on it will be premiering on Fox next month.. -- Submitted By: () on December 2, 2011, 5:49 pm

Ferrari - Random Topics
I'll take the American Sports Car...a Corvette...over these overpriced Fiats anyday. -- Submitted By: () on December 2, 2011, 10:09 am

Christian Bale - Celebrities
You think you're Batman? I knew Batman, and you are no Batman. -- Submitted By: () on December 2, 2011, 9:49 am

Wikipedia - Websites
What is with the decidedly "unflattering" (and I'm being kind) photos of the various Wikipedia people they use for the fund raising banners? -- Submitted By: () on December 2, 2011, 7:56 am

Microwave ovens - Random Topics
Nice when I'm in a hurry. But it's not cooking. I use the stove for that. -- Submitted By: () on November 30, 2011, 9:38 am

Jefferson Starship - Music Groups
I was never a fan. But I LIKED We built this city. -- Submitted By: () on November 30, 2011, 9:29 am

Matchbox Twenty - Music Groups
No more hiatuses guys.. either you keep making music or break up already! And Rob Thomas, quit embracing the AC format, it's not getting you anywhere -- Submitted By: () on November 29, 2011, 5:10 pm

Detroit, Michigan - Random Topics
I used to live in Michigan. I've done a lot of traveling across the Nation and around the World. I've walked through slums in Third-World Countries such as Mexico and Brazil, but have yet to crawl back to my Hotel Room and say "I'd rather be in Detroit!" -- Submitted By: () on November 28, 2011, 2:14 pm

New York City Marathon - Random Topics
Anybody who can run 26.2 miles has respect in my book. I could never get myself to run. Too damn boring. Gotta do something while running, or in my case, skating (since I play hockey). -- Submitted By: () on November 28, 2011, 1:49 am

Laff-A-Lympics - TV Shows
The Scooby or Yogi team would win out, but I thought it was great when in one episode the Rottons won by accident -- Submitted By: () on November 27, 2011, 11:59 am

1990's - Random Topics
The economy was in better shape and gas was still cheap.. see a connection? -- Submitted By: () on November 26, 2011, 10:15 am

Bon Jovi - Music Groups
Another sad case of a rocker going adult contemporary, probably because it's only the AC radio stations that will play his music nowadays -- Submitted By: () on November 26, 2011, 10:13 am

TBS (TV channel) - Random Topics
Don't get me wrong, i love 'Christmas Story', but is it THAT good that they have to show it all day on Christmas every year? -- Submitted By: () on November 26, 2011, 10:03 am

Black Friday - Random Topics
Black Friday is a day one boning for me. I don't see any reason to be out there in the wee hours of the morning just to take advantage of a "special" sale. And I thought the craze over Cabbage Patch dolls back in the 80s was bad enough. -- Submitted By: () on November 25, 2011, 11:18 pm

Black Friday - Random Topics
Bone the Fish? NO WAY! It's the one day of the year you can watch people do things that any other time of the year NOBODY IN THEIR RIGHT MIND would even THINK of doing! Just treat it as the event it has become and go out and have some FUN! -- Submitted By: () on November 24, 2011, 3:59 am

Big Bang Theory - TV Shows
I still enjoy Sheldon, especially when he has scenes with Penny, and the show was still entertaining even after Penny and Leonard got together--albeit not as much, but since the arrival of Amy and Bernadette, the show isn\'t as funny. It\'s only a half hour show, so in order to include everyone, the core group has less air time together and that has ruined that fun dynamic. I also don\'t like the idea of Sheldon having a \"girlfriend\", even though I like the Amy character---in small doses. I would prefer that Amy be on less often and that she not be paired romantically with Sheldon. He is much more fun as an asexual nerd. -- Submitted By: () on November 23, 2011, 11:41 am

Star Trek - Movie Series
I did like ST4 (aka Star trek: The Comedy), but its genesis is interesting. It started as a cross-over between the Star Trek crew, and Eddie Murphy. Murphy was originally going to be the earth person that met the Trek crew, although I assume under somewhat different circumstances than in ST4! Somehow, in the back and forth of negotiations, Murphy dropped out, the earth setting was kept, and the film morphed into the version that we saw on screen. So, as much as some of you may dislike ST4, remember that it could have been far, far worse... -- Submitted By: () on November 23, 2011, 7:05 am

Roseanne - TV Shows
She had that major face lift between seasons 5 & 6.. did she not like her face? was it tom arnold's idea? -- Submitted By: () on November 22, 2011, 8:02 pm

Led Zeppelin - Music Groups
The band itself never boned IMO but Plant and Page did BTF with that lousy Honeydrippers record that spawned "Sea Of Love" which peaked higher than "Whole Lotta Love" from their LZ dsys.. I'm sure they kicked themselves for that one -- Submitted By: () on November 22, 2011, 7:52 pm

NCIS: Los Angeles - TV Shows
It's a good show but I can't figure out why there's an NCIS office in LA because there can't be that much military activity around there. Plus, they seem to be doing a whole lot more than investigating crimes by military members (or against military members). The international spy stuff is a real stretch, especially having one of their team go undercover in Africa. -- Submitted By: () on November 22, 2011, 8:44 am

2011 Vote for New Patron Saint of BTF - Random Topics
LiLo and the Reality TV Ho never had much cred to begin with. Mel was once considered a real actor and a quite huge star in Hollywood. Now he's just toxic gossip fodder and the punchline to his own biography. Mel Gibson by a very long chalk. -- Submitted By: () on November 21, 2011, 12:01 pm

Sanford Arms, The - TV Shows
Found the pilot for this online. Terrible from the start. Grady goes to Fred's house and some stranger named Phil has apparently bought the house from Fred and turned it into the office for a hotel over night. This is all made worse by the fact that apparently Fred didn't even bother to let Grady know he and Lamont were moving when Grady was his closest friend and the godfather of his son. What a jerk. -- Submitted By: () on November 21, 2011, 8:44 am

Fraggle Rock - TV Shows
That idiot parent needs to get the wax out of his ears and get new batteries for his hearing aid if he honestly thinks Wembley said a racial slur. Just when I think some people can't possibly be any more stupid, someone raises the bar. -- Submitted By: () on November 20, 2011, 8:43 am

People Magazine - Random Topics
As far as celebrity gossip rags go, this one is most legit. -- Submitted By: () on November 20, 2011, 8:35 am

Domino's Pizza - Random Topics
Why does everyone always feel the need to make themselves somehow seem better than others because they CLAIM they hate chain pizza? Chain pizza has it's moments. It is NOT that bad. It doesn't make you any less sophisticated because you eat it. If all these people who say they don't eat it actually meant it, these places wouldn't even be in business (except little C's, I admit that's terrible) Having said that, I certainly prefer a good non chain pizza almost all the time. -- Submitted By: () on November 20, 2011, 12:36 am

Blockbuster Video - Random Topics
Talk about karma. You know how many little mom and pop video stores these guys put out of business in the last 20 years? -- Submitted By: () on November 20, 2011, 12:30 am

Small Wonder - TV Shows
The best is when Vici and Art Linkletter stopped a plane from being highjacked, lol. -- Submitted By: () on November 20, 2011, 12:03 am

Friends - TV Shows
I admit I've never seen a full episode of the show, so I might not be the best to make a statement, but to me it seems like this show already isn't holding up to well in reruns and being remembered or talked about like some other long running sitcoms (which are even older) Am I wrong to say that? -- Submitted By: () on November 19, 2011, 11:59 pm

2011 Vote for New Patron Saint of BTF - Random Topics
Years ago, prior to her heavy drug usage, a far more attractive Lindsay Lohan doing Playboy would've been a big deal. These days it's almost like the Cryptkeeper is doing Playboy. If that doesn't earn her the title of "The Patron Saint Of BTF", I don't know what will. -- Submitted By: () on November 18, 2011, 3:24 pm

Speed Buggy - TV Shows
Meh...this was just Scooby-Doo with a car replacing the dog. -- Submitted By: () on November 18, 2011, 12:32 pm

Munsters, The - TV Shows
***FILET KNIFE ALERT*** NBC announced that it has picked up the pilot for its revamp of the '60s monster comedy "The Munsters," billing it as an "imaginative reinvention" of the classic series and "a visually spectacular one-hour drama." http://tinyurl.com/6nkqekj "Drama"????? Oh, the humanity! -- Submitted By: () on November 17, 2011, 10:07 am

Brazil - Random Topics
Incredible Scenary, Great Food, Wonderful Beaches, Great Food, Friendly People, Great Food,Fantastic Handicrafts and Jewelry, and MORE GREAT FOOD! Did I mention they have Great Food? -- Submitted By: () on November 16, 2011, 7:36 pm

Coast To Coast AM - Random Topics
George Norry is a good host, but that dreadful UFO Phil song he plays every night has got to go! He sings like a girl.. AND off-key! -- Submitted By: () on November 16, 2011, 1:16 pm

1980s - Random Topics
The Cold War ended in 1992 with the collapse of the Soviet Union in late '91 -- Submitted By: () on November 16, 2011, 12:32 pm

Arby's - Random Topics
Chicken nuggets/strips whatever it is this month, are always hard as a rock. -- Submitted By: () on November 16, 2011, 10:59 am

Swoosie Kurtz - Celebrities
She looks like she was rode hard and put away wet. -- Submitted By: () on November 16, 2011, 10:11 am

2011 Vote for New Patron Saint of BTF - Random Topics
All of them boned in their own way, but if I had to pick...I'd probably go with Lindsay with Kim running a close second. Kim's 72-day marriage doesn't hold a candle to Lindsay being in and out of rehab and acting like she's above the law at every court appearance. -- Submitted By: () on November 16, 2011, 9:08 am

Coast To Coast AM - Random Topics
This show is still interesting, but not as good as when Art Bell used to host it. -- Submitted By: () on November 16, 2011, 8:31 am

2011 Vote for New Patron Saint of BTF - Random Topics
This is a pretty hard debate for me. All 3 have amazing boning qualities. What happened to mel, I love braveheart. Kim is just a disaster. Lohan, IMO takes the cake with the repeated crap she does and the playboy session. lol good fun here though. I may have to vote twice! -- Submitted By: () on November 16, 2011, 7:40 am

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) - Random Topics
Yea when i was a kid playing Super Mario, i remember wanting a fur suit of my very own.. geez what a bunch of morons -- Submitted By: () on November 15, 2011, 11:16 am

A-Team, The - TV Shows
It would have been better if the Team worked for the government(maybe making it look like the Government was/wasn't involved) from the beginning, with the team just happening to escape. -- Submitted By: () on November 13, 2011, 2:47 pm

Tejano Music - Random Topics
Nothing like having your favorite radio station switch formats overnight to this god-awful accordion-filled noise! Talk about a rude awakening.. why it got popular in the 90's is beyond me -- Submitted By: () on November 12, 2011, 5:04 pm

Hooters (restaurant) - Random Topics
Went once. The food was cold and nasty, the waitresses were ugly, middle aged, and flat chested. Never went again. -- Submitted By: () on November 12, 2011, 4:53 pm

Thanksgiving - Random Topics
Now some retailers are starting Black Friday earlier.. families will eventually push their thankskgiving to earlier in the afternoon, then it's off to walmart or best buy to get in line -- Submitted By: () on November 11, 2011, 10:23 pm

Julia Roberts - Celebrities
i agree, i never thought she was that hot, even in the 80's -- Submitted By: () on November 11, 2011, 9:37 pm

Dana Carvey - Celebrities
That was like the golden age of SNL for me, as i was too young to remember the first cast.. after phil hartman and chris farley left the show it just wasn't the same, but it was still funny.. eventually (i hope). they'll get around to releasing the whole seasons 1986-94..i'll buy -- Submitted By: () on November 11, 2011, 9:26 pm

Lea Thompson - Celebrities
The only thing she ever boned is my pants! -- Submitted By: () on November 10, 2011, 5:42 pm

Rick Perry - Celebrities
It's probably a good idea, Perry, not to come down with amnesia during a political debate.. -- Submitted By: () on November 10, 2011, 5:45 am

Tim Allen - Celebrities
i liked him in "Galaxy Quest" as well. -- Submitted By: () on November 9, 2011, 6:52 pm

Linkin Park - Music Groups
..er, i mean 'best' days -- Submitted By: () on November 9, 2011, 3:33 pm

Linkin Park - Music Groups
You're probably right, this band might've already seen its last days -- Submitted By: () on November 9, 2011, 3:33 pm

Rolling Stone magazine - Random Topics
I would still be a subscriber if this magazine wasn't so liberally biased, AND waving it in your face every issue! Hey, Rolling Stone, we know where you stand politically, you don't have to keep reminding us -- Submitted By: () on November 9, 2011, 12:04 pm

Different World, A - TV Shows
Why did the characters stick around after their graduation from college? Haven't they had enough of Hillman like the viewers did? -- Submitted By: () on November 9, 2011, 11:49 am

Nightwish - Music Groups
They picked up right where they left off, despite replacing their lead singer, Tarja (in 2005).. their last record, Dark Passion Play, rocks and can't wait for their next release sometime next month -- Submitted By: () on November 9, 2011, 11:40 am

Linkin Park - Music Groups
Hopefully the next record they drop is more Hybrid Theory and less A Thousand Suns..i don't like the direction they're taking -- Submitted By: () on November 9, 2011, 11:37 am

April Fools' Day - Random Topics
As I got older, I became more irritated with April Fool's jokes. They just don't have the same appeal as when I was a kid anymore. -- Submitted By: () on November 8, 2011, 10:54 pm

Dunkin' Donuts - Random Topics
I used to love them but about ten or fifteen years ago they changed *something* in the chocolate icing on the donuts. I've hated them ever since. I stick to the smaller local bakeries for my donut fix now. -- Submitted By: () on November 8, 2011, 10:10 am

Doobie Brothers, The - Music Groups
In 3 short years this band went from 'I Cheat The Hangman' to 'Minute By Minute'..by 1980 you could only pick out 2 of the original members. It's always a BTF moment when a once-great rock band starts churning out soft-rock (i.e. Chicago) -- Submitted By: () on November 8, 2011, 9:59 am

NCIS: Los Angeles - TV Shows
The show never grabbed me like the original NCIS. I don't think there is the chemistry between the leads that exists between the DC cast. -- Submitted By: () on November 8, 2011, 8:06 am

Big Bang Theory - TV Shows
Show went downhill since season 4! They are repeating themselves, no new stuff at all! Going around in circles! -- Submitted By: () on November 8, 2011, 7:06 am

Sign language for infants and toddlers - Random Topics
Think about why anyone learns a different language at any age - to communicate with those who speak that language. It's the same as learning Spanish, French, etc... It's not to replace speech. -- Submitted By: () on November 7, 2011, 12:00 pm

60 Minutes - TV Shows
RIP Andy Rooney, who passed only a month after he retired.. Maybe he kinda knew beforehand his days (and minutes) were numbered -- Submitted By: () on November 7, 2011, 11:28 am

Big Bang Theory - TV Shows
They wrote in two more female characters, i guess, to balance out the show (4 guys, 1 girl).. didn't really bother me though, and neither does the addition of the cast.. now if Sheldon and Amy eventually do it, then a bonafide BTF moment will have occurred -- Submitted By: () on November 7, 2011, 11:16 am

Southwest Airlines - Random Topics
just hope the next SW plane i'm on doesn't open up like a sardine can in mid-air.. haha jk, that was an isolated incident -- Submitted By: () on November 7, 2011, 11:11 am

NCIS: Los Angeles - TV Shows
Great show now.. didn't think the first episodes were that good, but the show eventually found its niche halfway through the 1st season.. However, didn't like how the producers sprung that unbelievably smart chick on us all of a sudden (episode 2-2 i think)..I'm still trying to get used to her -- Submitted By: () on November 7, 2011, 10:44 am

Outsourced - TV Shows
Never mind offensive, the show simply wasn't funny -- Submitted By: () on November 7, 2011, 10:27 am

National Broadcasting Company (NBC) - Random Topics
..on second thought, if BTF had a wall of fame, Comcast would definitely be up there too -- Submitted By: () on November 7, 2011, 10:25 am

Glee - TV Shows
The ratings for this show are starting to go down the crapper.. 'bout time -- Submitted By: () on November 7, 2011, 10:21 am

Country Music - Random Topics
Kings of Leon country? LOL Since when? -- Submitted By: () on November 7, 2011, 10:19 am

My Secret Identity - TV Shows
Funny that when i see a magazine article about Jerry O' Connell and the shows/movies he's been in, this one is NEVER mentioned -- Submitted By: () on November 6, 2011, 10:23 am

Pee-Wee's Playhouse - TV Shows
Why does Paul Reubens keep making appearances as Pee Wee? Does anybody really miss this guy? -- Submitted By: () on November 6, 2011, 10:19 am

E! - Random Topics
"The Soup" is the only thing on here worth watching. -- Submitted By: () on November 6, 2011, 10:10 am

Muppet Babies - TV Shows
i thought little miss piggy's voice was annoying :P -- Submitted By: () on November 6, 2011, 10:06 am

Greatest American Hero, The - TV Shows
What happened to his kid? They wrote him out of the show a la chuck cunningham -- Submitted By: () on November 6, 2011, 9:52 am

Commander in Chief - TV Shows
The show was actually good until they replaced Lurie with Bochco.. he directed some good shows, but this one was not for him and bad ratings ensued -- Submitted By: () on November 6, 2011, 9:47 am

Jerry Springer Show, The - TV Shows
A big waste of time watching this show is.. surely some people can be more productive -- Submitted By: () on November 6, 2011, 9:42 am

Krispy Kreme - Random Topics
Yea i couldn't understand the big hype over a donut either.. almost like they discovered the fountain of youth or something, give me a break -- Submitted By: () on November 6, 2011, 9:41 am

Johnny Cash - Music Groups
That's the only country music i'll listen to..the older stuff. the new country just doesn't cut it for me -- Submitted By: () on November 6, 2011, 9:32 am

National Broadcasting Company (NBC) - Random Topics
Yea they should get rid of him.. was hoping with the Comcast takeover, the network would be on the upswing, but hasn't happened -- Submitted By: () on November 6, 2011, 9:28 am

Jesse Ventura - Celebrities
He sued the federal government, alleging that airport scans and pat-downs amounted to unreasonable search and seizure. A district judge in St. Paul threw out his lawsuit Thursday, ruling it should have been filed in a Circuit Court of Appeals. (http://tinyurl.com/3uon87w ) Now he says he will move to Mexico and he had lost his patriotism, and would "never stand for the national anthem again." Don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out, douchebag -- Submitted By: () on November 5, 2011, 9:59 am

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts - Random Topics
Already a much more active page on this: http://www.bonethefish.com/viewtopics.php?1348 -- Submitted By: () on November 4, 2011, 7:13 pm

Melrose Place - TV Shows
If they wanted the new MP to survive they should've cast better actors and NEVER cast Ashlee Simpson -- Submitted By: () on November 4, 2011, 5:28 pm

Saved by the Bell - TV Shows
It boned a freakin' whale when Principal Belding and his wife decided to name their kid after Zac -- Submitted By: () on November 4, 2011, 5:18 pm

UFO Hunters - TV Shows
I'm a UFO buff, and even I didn't think this series was interesting -- Submitted By: () on November 4, 2011, 5:14 pm

Friends - TV Shows
Phoebe growing her brother's kids in her uterus..that about did it for me -- Submitted By: () on November 4, 2011, 5:00 pm

Small Wonder - TV Shows
Why did this show ever see a DVD release? It's right up there with 'You're In The Picture' -- Submitted By: () on November 4, 2011, 4:34 pm

Grammy Awards - Random Topics
You're right, that was an MTV music award he won for that song -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 6:28 pm

Country Music - Random Topics
Oh how i miss the country music i grew up with in the 80's & 90's..where's Loretta? Where's Clint Black? Dwight Yoakum? Today's 'country' is really pop music calling itself country.. Sugarland's proof of that -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 5:09 pm

History (History Channel) - Random Topics
They decided to not show the Kennedy miniseries because they felt "this dramatic interpretation is not a fit for the History brand". And then they air reality shows like Ice Road Truckers, UFO Hunters, Pawn Stars, World's Deadlies Roads..need i go on? -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 12:36 pm

Christmas - Random Topics
As if overcommercialization isn't bad enough, stations that play non-stop Christmas music from halloween to dec. 26 are TOO MANY -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 12:21 pm

Grammy Awards - Random Topics
Didn't Bieber win a Grammy for his crappy song Baby Baby? No love lost though, i haven't taken the Grammys seriously since who knows when -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 12:16 pm

Sonic Drive-In - Random Topics
Used to like them, but like Walmart they're EVERYWHERE now -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 12:11 pm

Bank of America - Random Topics
They tried to incur a monthly $5 fee to their customers for debit card use. Retracted it a month later but they still BTF for even trying and for other things -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 12:10 pm

Mariah Carey - Music Groups
she was alright till the mid-90s..she just lost it (for me, anyways) after that -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 11:57 am

Rap (music) - Random Topics
Not all rap is bad.. i can take the Beastie Boys -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 11:55 am

Hawaii Five-O - TV Shows
I don't watch.. and now they have TWO 'Lost' alums on there -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 11:44 am

Doonesbury - Random Topics
I thought comics were supposed to make you laugh! Not this one! -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 11:39 am

Soft Drinks - Random Topics
They contain high fructose corn syrup instead of sugar! 'Nuff said! -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 11:36 am

Monkees, The - Music Groups
i can't believe they're all still alive! Aren't a few of them pushing 70? -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 11:23 am

PB&J Otter - TV Shows
This was a sweet, innocent show if you were under age 6 or so. It was a tad hard for parents to have to endure, but we weren't the intended audience. -- Submitted By: () on November 3, 2011, 1:11 am

iHeartRadio - Random Topics
When local radio stations in your area have nothing to offer, at least you get to broaden your options.. still rocks cause it's still free. -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 4:38 pm

Beer - Random Topics
Funny there's a 'Help For Alcoholism Now!' banner on the left side of this page..geez -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 4:23 pm

Cougar Town - TV Shows
The show will probably have a different title when it comes back early next year, so a BTF moment may be imminent. -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 3:27 pm

Radio - Random Topics
If you're too cheap for satellite radio, and disgusted with free FM/AM radio like I am, you can always use a portable media player (like an ipod), connect it to the AUX or output hole on your car radio (if it has one) or home system, and listen to it through your speakers.. -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 3:05 pm

Ben & Jerry's - Random Topics
I don't buy Ben & Jerry's as much nowdays since they greatly reduced the container size, but the price is either the same or more.. Still love Phish food and Late Night Snack! -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 11:45 am

George Strait - Celebrities
True cowboy and sings true country, unlike a lot of the so-called 'country' artists out today (yes, you, taylor swift).. NEVER boned -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 11:38 am

FreeCreditReport.com - Websites
Its YOUR credit report.. why should you have to pay to see it.. doesn't make sense. And all the ads sucked as bad as the Geico commercials -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 11:31 am

Incredible Hulk, The - TV Shows
Jack McGee should've been in more of the episodes.. he was practically a no-show in the last season and all but one of the tv movies.. overall i enjoyed the series, and those douches at CBS should've gave it a proper ending instead of yanking it from its Friday night schedule despite its decent ratings -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 11:29 am

National Basketball Association (NBA) - Random Topics
Now I'm hearing there may not be a 2011-12 season.. What's that tell ya? -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 11:25 am

Rolling Stones, The - Music Groups
Maybe they're planning on sticking around till 2012, celebrate with a 50th(!) anniversary tour, and then call it a day -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 11:21 am

Pink Lady and Jeff - TV Shows
Altman was funnier on the 'Dukes Of Hszzard' (as Hughie Hogg) -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 11:14 am

Digital Television (DTV) - Random Topics
Yea, I'm always having to adjust my antenna because my converter either loses the signal or gets pixellated and unwatchable and the volume gets messed up, drives me nuts! -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 11:08 am

Dancing With the Stars - TV Shows
If this show wasn't getting high audience ratings every week, it probably wouldn't be on for long.. i blame the couch potatoes who have nothing to do but watch this drivel religiously -- Submitted By: () on November 2, 2011, 10:49 am

Cigars - Random Topics
Lung cancer and emphysema aren't funny. -- Submitted By: () on November 1, 2011, 10:30 am

Blink 182 - Music Groups
I like to categorize blink into 3 eras. The punk era (cheshire cat, dude ranch), the pop-punk era (enema of the state, take off your pants and jacket), and the emo era (self titled, neighborhoods). While the last 2 albums are probably their weakest sonically, they still have merit. I miss the old blink, but music evolves. -- Submitted By: () on October 31, 2011, 12:42 am

Walking Dead, The - TV Shows
Shane's character has just jumped the shark after his sudden lack of character appeared when he murdered Otis. There was no real purpose to the murder as it did not cause him to move any faster and could not garranty that all walkers would turn from him, as previously shown in the gymnasium. It showed a flawed hero to be an evil coward and should contribute to a killing off of this character if the show is to maintain any integrity at all. -- Submitted By: () on October 30, 2011, 11:51 pm

Mike Farrell - Celebrities
Mike Farrell < Wayne Rogers -- Submitted By: () on October 30, 2011, 3:22 am

Last Man Standing - TV Shows
Just an less funny version of Home Improvement. Sporadic laughs at best, not worth the time. -- Submitted By: () on October 28, 2011, 6:51 am

Will It Blend? - Random Topics
what wannabe do-good put "donate it to good will" Yeah they need crowbars and ipads at goodwill huh? -- Submitted By: () on October 27, 2011, 6:59 pm

Little Caesars - Random Topics
Sucks. I mean it. Just because a pizza is 5 dollars, doesn't mean it's good. Stop fooling yourselves. -- Submitted By: () on October 27, 2011, 6:48 pm

Too Close for Comfort (TV series) - TV Shows
this show was great. a few months ago someone finally posted the whole "monroe rape" episode on yt -- Submitted By: () on October 27, 2011, 6:47 pm

Still Standing - TV Shows
Typical mindless TV fare when the father is an idiot, wife insults, kids are smart asses. Everybody Loves Raymond, According to Jim, Still Standing, etc, all the same. -- Submitted By: () on October 27, 2011, 11:47 am

Cougar Town - TV Shows
I tried watching this show several times. I wanted to laugh, I really did. But I didn't and I won't watch any further. Can't understand how its lasted more than one season. -- Submitted By: () on October 27, 2011, 11:07 am

Hawaii Five-O - TV Shows
The new H5O is just an average cop show with a pretty setting. No substance. If it were in a L.A. or N.Y. locale, nobody would watch. -- Submitted By: () on October 27, 2011, 10:59 am

Bud Selig - Celebrities
Let me clarify -Best BASEBALL Commisioner ever. I was not speaking to other sports. Everything else stands. -- Submitted By: () on October 26, 2011, 9:20 am

Cannonball Run, The - Movie Series
A few laughs, some hot chicks and hot cars. Never boned. -- Submitted By: () on October 24, 2011, 11:29 am

Bud Selig - Celebrities
No. Best Commission Ever goes to Paul Taglibue. Bud Selig doesn't even hold a candle to him -- Submitted By: () on October 23, 2011, 11:40 pm

George Lopez - TV Shows
Why is President Bush up there as a reason for the show having boned? Come on, I don't care what your opinion of someone is, if you use a guest appearance by them as the reason for the show to have totally boned were you even a fan in the first place? -- Submitted By: () on October 23, 2011, 8:27 pm

United States Congress - Random Topics
The Senate was originally purposed to represent the interests the States in Congress and the House of Representatives the people. That is why there is an equal number of senators for each state and the House is apportioned by population. State legislatures elected each senator to represent them. It was an important balance of power that was eroded. -- Submitted By: () on October 23, 2011, 5:40 pm

Golden Raspberry Awards/The Razzies - Random Topics
The razzies lost nay innocences and boned when thew President Bush the Worst Actor award for a movie he was never apart of. FAHRENHEIT 9/11 oft he media campaigning again Bush during the 2004 election. -- Submitted By: () on October 22, 2011, 9:28 pm

Gong Show, The - TV Shows
The Gong Show boned when the show became more about Barris, Jaye P Morgan, and gags like unknown comic and Gene Gene the Dancing Machine then the contestants. Both Gene and the comic gags were getting very stale after so many showings. The movie was the stake through the heart of the show. -- Submitted By: () on October 22, 2011, 9:19 pm

Harold & Kumar movies - Movie Series
"A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas" ... Waiter, check please! -- Submitted By: () on October 22, 2011, 4:40 pm

Captain America - Random Topics
He boned when all comics did. When they became liberal propaganda and forgot to be simple entertainment for younger readers. -- Submitted By: () on October 21, 2011, 11:11 am

Adam Sandler - Celebrities
Adam Sandler's movies are all exactly the same: little boy in a man's body. Only the film's title changes. Seen ONE Adam Sandler movie? Then you've seen them all... YAWN -- Submitted By: () on October 21, 2011, 5:33 am

Snopes - Websites
Snopes is an essential website that should be shown to every newbie on the Internet. I've lost count of the number of rumours I've researched on Snopes (it's the first thing I do when I get one in my email) then send the link back to the gullible sender. However, Snopes' website is archaic and needs a good overhaul to make it easier to navigate as well as make it look more professional. Currently it looks like a highschool project. -- Submitted By: () on October 20, 2011, 10:41 pm

Muammar Gaddafi - Celebrities
MOAMMAR GADHAFI KILLED 'You have won your revolution,' Libyans -- Submitted By: () on October 20, 2011, 1:40 pm

Man Up! - TV Shows
This may be the first time I came to despise a TV show after watching the first 90 seconds. I'm getting sooo tired of TV shows where the male characters are all drooling idiots -- Submitted By: () on October 20, 2011, 12:33 pm

Dominic Purcell - Celebrities
British-born Australian who lives in America and yet still holds an Irish passport... talk about hedging your bets! -- Submitted By: () on October 20, 2011, 9:29 am

Matthew Gray Gubler - Celebrities
You can tell he was a model; he's extraordinarily pretty for a man. -- Submitted By: () on October 20, 2011, 9:23 am

L. Ron Hubbard - Celebrities
I love that the gullible Scientologists have put their belief in a science fiction writer. -- Submitted By: () on October 20, 2011, 9:20 am

Larry King - Celebrities
Fortunately we never got this show in Australia but when we saw clips, or when he appeared on 'tonight' shows - he was SO creepy! Looked like a lizard in braces. -- Submitted By: () on October 20, 2011, 9:12 am

Johnny Depp - Celebrities
Depp has had a strange career. When he started out on 21 Jump Street he was youthfully attractive. Then he decided to rebel against his own looks and chose some really weird roles. His career seemed to falter until The Pirates came along. Now everyone loves Cap'n Jack Sparrow! -- Submitted By: () on October 20, 2011, 8:58 am

Parallel Parking - Random Topics
From what I have seen, it is women who have the most difficulty in successfully parallel parking. It's the whole reversing thing: spatial awareness. I never have a problem unless some idiot has not properly parked and is overlapping my space. -- Submitted By: () on October 20, 2011, 8:38 am

Sandra Bernhard - Celebrities
'Comedian'? I'll be the judge of that! I have never, EVER laughed at anything she's said. Has to be the lamest actress - not to mention one of the ugliest. -- Submitted By: () on October 20, 2011, 8:32 am

1970's - Random Topics
The early 70's seemed to have a lot going for it but somewhere in the middle things began to happen. Disco, bands breaking up and tv shows being canceled and spunoff...The late 70's were like death. -- Submitted By: () on October 16, 2011, 2:50 am

People of Walmart - Websites
I thought the website was totally funny until I saw a pic of me on it. Who knew so many people were out there taking pics? OK, so I didn't realize that wearing cutoff jeans with butt stains, a mesh tank top, and bunny slippers would make me pic-worthy of PoW. But it's downright mean of people to post it for the whole world to see. -- Submitted By: () on October 14, 2011, 1:11 pm

Flo (Progressive Insurance) - TV Shows
I totally despise that mind-numbing worse-than-elevator-music tune in the background -- so much that I wanna stuff anything handy into my ears. I don't care if it's dog food, dog poop, or steaming hot lasagna. -- Submitted By: () on October 14, 2011, 1:02 pm

Nero Wolfe - TV Shows
Extraordinarily camp acting -- Submitted By: () on October 14, 2011, 9:43 am

Top Gear - TV Shows
The original,UK version of Top Gear is great fun to watch. However the Australian version is cringe-worthy. The 'reasonably-priced car' is an old Falcon ute and the comperes have no camaraderie. -- Submitted By: () on October 14, 2011, 9:16 am

Wilfred (US series) - TV Shows
This is a rare success. It is rare for the US to remake a successful foreign comedy without completely stuffing it up. With Wilfred, they have managed to retain the essence of the Australian version, primarily because the 'dog' remained Australian. -- Submitted By: () on October 14, 2011, 9:10 am

Designated Hitter - Random Topics
Boned when some little hot-house flower AL pitcher gets a vaginal tear running 90 ft while playing the real NL game. -- Submitted By: () on October 13, 2011, 8:36 pm

ER - TV Shows
Especially ridiculous moments: Abby and Carter get hot and bothered during quarantine (isn't every quarantine a good time to get yer flirt on?); the entire cast becomes a bunch of sexy teen model types; bald guy crushed by helicopter; Pratt given the worst killing off ever on a TV show; the red-headed doc who is incompetent suddenly morphs into a medical dynamo; Lucy killed/Carter stabbed (can you say melodrama?; Croatian guy has anger management issues; Sam shoots dead her ex-husband and then blithely goes on as if nothing happened and the show never mentions it again; but the worst moment for me was the helicopter chopping off bald guy's arm because this was the most gratuitous and unnecessary moment I've ever seen on TV (excluding every episode of CSI ever made). -- Submitted By: () on October 13, 2011, 7:57 pm

All in the Family - TV Shows
Hey #5: Maude and The Jeffersons were spun off years before Mike and Gloria left. Further, Mike and Gloria didn't divorce until many years after leaving, late in the run of Archie Bunker's Place, when they tried to spin off a show for Gloria--cleverly titled "Gloria." At least get your "bone the fish" moments correct! -- Submitted By: () on October 13, 2011, 7:42 pm

Star Trek - TV Shows
Red shirt guys Rest in Peace. I still don't like to wear a red shirt to this day. -- Submitted By: () on October 13, 2011, 7:39 pm

Occupy Wall Street - Random Topics
These "protesters" in releasing their list of demands have shown themselves to be akin to a pack of 6 year olds demanding cake and ice cream for every meal. Those who act like 6 year olds should be treated as such, Ignored until they become belligerent, then spanked and sent off to a quiet corner. And no, there is nothing unconstitutional about it. We are guaranteed the right to >peaceably< assemble and petition our government for redress of grievances, not pie in the sky fantasies. -- Submitted By: () on October 13, 2011, 7:35 pm

This Old House - TV Shows
I can only echo what the other posters have said, this was a very good idea in the beginning but now its a show for people with million dollar budgets. -- Submitted By: () on June 13, 2011, 2:52 pm

Avengers, The - TV Shows
The British censors were focused on keeping violence on the show to a minimum. The American censors were focused on keeping Ms Rigg fully clothed. In other words, the British censors were worthy of our disdain, and the American censors were worthy of our white-hot hatred. -- Submitted By: () on June 1, 2011, 1:35 am

Reno 911! - TV Shows
I didn't see the last season so I can't comment on its quality. But it's hard to imagine the show without Garcia. -- Submitted By: () on May 15, 2011, 11:35 am

John C. Reilly - Celebrities
Johnny Cash has no special significance to me. Neither does John C Reilly. The only "cheesy formula" is an attitude of exagerated self-importance from second rate comedians who try to convince us they're lampooning some "cliche". Actually this is a way of selling crap to the public which lacks originality and just isn't funny. Your babbling about "sacred cows","cliches" is just your own exaggerated sense of self importance. None of these biopics are alike. The writers, producers and actors in movies like this know the kind of pseudo-critics who will buy this as parody of "sacred cows" who take themselves too seriously and need to learn to have a good laugh over their brother's death. Thank God we have John C Reilly and people like you (and the writers and producers) who have taught us all to laugh at death. Thank you -- Submitted By: () on May 5, 2011, 10:33 pm

Fatal Attractions (Animal Planet) - TV Shows
Finally saw an episode last night and I absolutely approve. The media usually glorifies people like this and it's refreshing to see a show that doesn't. In fact, this show is a public service. I think anyone with a Beastmaster fantasy would get a reality check by watching it. -- Submitted By: () on April 22, 2011, 2:05 pm

Sliders - TV Shows
I wouldn't mind this show being brought back or remade. It had a great concept that was all too frequently not used to its fullest potential. -- Submitted By: () on April 7, 2011, 1:14 pm

Conspiracy Theories - Random Topics
The ease with which someone with a decent imagination can spin a conspiracy theory from ANY set of events or circumstances - and then find hordes of people dull-witted enough to buy it - ensures that such theories will always be with us. (Never mind that almost all of them break down when exposed to Uncomfortable Truth Number One of Human Behavior: "Humans Are Terrible at Keeping Secrets.") -- Submitted By: () on April 7, 2011, 4:06 am

World Wrestling Entertainment - Random Topics
PLYrulz, that is very true. The WWF did complete against WCW and later on ECW for the ratings. Vince had the amp the action up just to keep up with them especially with ECW. Personally I didn't mind the WWE being PG that much though, as long it is enjoyable for everyone. -- Submitted By: () on April 6, 2011, 6:49 pm

Tea Party - Random Topics
The Tea Party began to lose credibility when it went from a gathering of sensible fiscal conservatives to a movement dominated by the not-so-sensible evangelical right. (I'm not sure exactly when that transformation occurred, but it's unfortunate that it occurred at all.) Would the TP ever throw its support behind a fiscally conservative proponent of small government who also happened to be an atheist? Not on your life. -- Submitted By: () on April 6, 2011, 3:30 am

Heroes - TV Shows
I agree with kingbk, I think the writer's strike is what killed the show. Season 2, I think they planing big but because of the strike, they rushed the season finale. By the time season 3 comes around it didn't felt like the same show as before. -- Submitted By: () on January 16, 2011, 9:12 am

Keeping Up With The Kardashians - TV Shows
I can't believe this crap is so popular that it spawns spin-offs like Kim goes to NY, Kourtney in Miami, etc. It shows what America has very low standards nowadays when it comes to watch shows to entertain. What's next for a spinoff Kris Jenner in the toilet. Thanks Ryan Seacrest for dumbing down America entertainment value further than it is already is. -- Submitted By: () on January 15, 2011, 5:49 am

2000s - Random Topics
Wow, the 2010s suck so much right now in terms of the entertainment industry and many other things, it makes the 2000s look awesome! Then again, it's a little too early to tell, being that this is only the second year of the decade. We'll see how it turns out, and hopefully, it won't be so terrible, but that's wishful thinking. -- Submitted By: () on January 5, 2011, 1:22 am

Arthur - TV Shows
I agree with you Mr.Zimpy, the best Arthur episodes was the earlier seasons mostly s1 and s2. The rest of Arthur I think is about Franice is jewish, Prunella's blind friend, etc. I also agree Arthur hitting D.W. was the only best part of that episode because DW deserve it. -- Submitted By: () on January 3, 2011, 4:28 pm

MTV: Music Television - Random Topics
This channel used to show music videos, but soon they became hands down the worst channel on tv by showing nothing but incredibly stupid reality tv shows featuring untalented hacks, internet nobodies, washed up hacks, and wannabes. They also showcase incredibly lame and talentless (c)rap artists who never even lived in the "ghetto" and would scream like a little bitch if someone pulled out a butterknife in their faces. The rock bands are faggots who call themselves punk when real punks would kick the fuck out of them and lame ass "metal" bands who are pussies wearing makeup and tight pants and lack any sufficent amount of talent other than screaming in a microphone and playing the same 1 chord over and over for 4 minutes. The other "artists" are horrible pop singers who are either underage, have severe gender ambiguity, and lack any talent other than singing with machines and autotune to help them "sing". The worst part is that all of the garbage is targeted towards children, who grow up to be skanks and douchebags. The media watchdogs don't bother trying to advocate against this horrible station because they are too busy rallying against videogames. Even though videogames have been proven to have no violent impact on children. They fail to notice MTV is broadcasting soft-core pornography, violent images, and is teaching children that if they are not like the people on this channel, they are freaks and misfits. MTV is the devil in true living form. One can hope this channel is destroyed, for if not, it will continue to destroy humanity. All I can do is pray for the future of mankind. -- Submitted By: () on January 2, 2011, 6:21 pm

King of the Hill - TV Shows
Never Boned for me, although it came awfully close with Lucky(started to grow on me a bit), Cotton's death (luckly it was the final season anyways.) Good thing it ended way it did though otherwise with these two reason I said above, I didn't think it last anylonger anyways. I still love watching KOTH reruns and it still make me laugh. -- Submitted By: () on December 25, 2010, 8:00 am

Dragon Tales - TV Shows
Wheezie annoying voice, ugh. Can't even watch the whole episode with Wheezie screaming "LOVE IT" every minute. -- Submitted By: () on December 25, 2010, 6:18 am

2000s - Random Topics
I was a child of the 80s, teen of the 90s if it's relevant to my views and perspective. I think we also need to remember that our views are often based on our own personal nature, the people with which we grew up and how they influenced our views, where we grew up etc. Two people of the same age could easily have vastly different standards when it comes to when they feel they should have achieved various life type goals (e.g., moving out, getting married, having kids etc.) If the problem of too many people living at home into adulthood is indeed the 'kids' being lazy and uninspired, who is to blame? The kids for being that way or some other external factor making them way and/or allowing it to happen? Don't forget that the lousy job market also in some cases had people that we never able to move out because they could never find a good enough job to afford to move out. However, I think the 2000s also became an excuse decade. By that I mean it used to be that we'd see adversity as something to overcome. Now, people seem to use it as an excuse. As an example, how often have you heard of someone with some sort of mental issue use it as an excuse for bad behaviour? Now, I don't mean to offend with that example, I'm just using an example based on stuff I've witnessed. The staying at home example could be using a lack of income or sufficient income as an excuse rather then perhaps having to find housing that while perhaps is not what one wants, seeing it as having to suck it up and it being unpleasant perhaps being the price one pays to be independent or at least as incentive to improve. I think the end of the 80s saw the end of the playing outside era. Although, the expression "in general" indeed comes to mind. I still for example, see plenty of kids playing outside. However, the temptation to play video games or engage in Internet related activities literally all day is unfortunately there (for adults as well). To be honest, a lot of the problems we've been seeing go to extreme levels in the past decade started in the 90s. Agreed on the politics thing. I mean, I remember Regan and Bush Sr. I never had a problem with them. I don't remember it being until Bush Jr. and post 9/11 that suddenly, everyone was more interested in the parties then the candidates. As for the video games issue. Well, from various things I've read, the problem is that video games give often have a way of giving the players that same sort of satisfaction and accomplishment that comes from accomplishing real world/life goals. The problem is, with video games, that satisfaction is a mere illusion. Another issue with the 2000s is the lack of discipline. I see it not just with people and their kids but even with people and their dogs! An example being people that don't listen to leach laws and let the dogs do whatever they want to the point where the word no had become almost non-existent. I mention discipline after video games because I can't help but wonder if the prevalence of video games with teenage and kid characters that have all this freedom, power and authority (in some cases over entire worlds) and often answer to seemingly no one has given people to illusion that the kids and teens run the world and make the rules rather then the adults (who are often conveniently killed off or otherwise taken out). I wonder if that's also part of why people don't want to grow up. I think a lot these problems stem from a few main issues with the 2000s. The Internet and other technology has made life so convenient and in some cases, effort free to do a lot of stuff. When it comes to having to put some effort to accomplish something, we get all upset rather then sucking it up and saying 'no pain, no gain' or 'you get what you pay for' or some other inspiration type of quote. We've also become a society that seems afraid to put it's foot down and say enough is enough when it comes to almost anything that isn't acceptable (i.e., we're terrified to say NO). We're so afraid of offending someone (although this perhaps goes back to the PC obsession of the 90s) that we say nothing and put up with crap rather then saying even a simple 'now what just a minute here'. I don't mean offending some intentionally, I mean, protesting in a diplomatic way. The sad fact that we did it to ourselves and we're still doing it. The problem is that these problems have become the norm rather then problems to confront and overcome. It's sad and I'm not sure what we do about it. -- Submitted By: () on October 18, 2010, 5:52 pm

Sean Penn - Celebrities
Sean Penn got owned by this reporter: http://voices.washingtonpost.com/reliable-source/2010/03/reporter_clashes_with_hosts_at.html -- Submitted By: () on March 13, 2010, 3:45 pm

Full House - TV Shows
I think the producers took a defanate wrong turn after season four. Jessie and Rebecca getting married should have been that season's finale, then Jesse and Joey move out in the first couple of episodes of season five. Then, have the show follow different subplots which followed Danny and the girls, then Jesse and Rebecca, then Joey. (Although Joey probably could have been written out and nobody would miss him). That would have kept it fresh and enjoyable for at least a couple more seasons. But instead, ABC watered it down with useless characters and increasingly cheesy plots, and it turned into a commercial dreck during season 5 that became completely unwatchable by season 6. -- Submitted By: () on February 19, 2010, 9:52 am

Simpsons, The - TV Shows
The downside of that though is when you start collecting seasons of shows that never boned, like MASH or Seinfeld; you wind up buying the entire series! :P -- Submitted By: () on February 19, 2010, 7:47 am

Family Affair (1966) - TV Shows
This sit-com really had no comedy in it. The situation just wasn't funny. -- Submitted By: () on February 13, 2010, 11:07 pm

Global warming - Random Topics
Chubby Rain, Chubby Rain, There's more than one way to skin a . . .er bone a fish. It's hard for me to imagine anyone NOT thinking global warming has boned whether one believes that it's a legitimate phenomenom which ,unchecked, could greatly harm human habitation and bone in that way OR whether one considers global warming to be bunch of malarkey and that the IDEA of it has boned! I suppose there are self-destructive global warming believers out there who WANT countless acres of farmland turned to desert, glaciers turned into puddles and oceans flooding dozens of miles inland (and maybe they were amongst those who voted it Never Boned). But, then again, there are TV shows, movies and performers whom I can't stand and don't understand why they weren't instantly rejected by audiences yet have their fans for reasons I'll never understand so I guess it takes all kinds. -- Submitted By: () on January 19, 2010, 9:33 am

Rude Customers - Random Topics
I think the problem is two fold. On one hand, without customers, a business will fail. On the other hand, the employees are often poorly paid, under a lot of pressure from management (who in turn are under a lot of pressure from upper management) and understaffed. They say that it can take years to establish a relationship and only seconds to destroy it. It takes little to piss off a customer enough into never coming back. Then again, if a manager sides with a rude customer, it could destroy a relationship and trust with an employee that took years to establish. I think that both sides should take into account that they're both only human. People go to a store expecting that the employees know what they're doing and what's going on. They expect that the store will have the items in stock that they want. I don't think that's unreasonable. However, employees are sometimes poorly informed and honestly might know little more then the customers when it comes to what is and is not in stock. Usually, they'll have little if any control over ordering or over displays, I think that in the end, both customer and employee sometimes forget that the other is a human being just like them. Both sides are there to get something accomplished. Sometimes the objectives and logistics of one side cause conflict with the other side. Yes, sometimes both sides behave in ways that are not acceptable. However, I think that if we put ourselves in the other's position, it might help with how we react when issues come up. -- Submitted By: () on December 30, 2009, 5:41 pm

George W. Bush - Celebrities
1) WW2: Started because Hitler wanted to eradicate the Jews, scapegoating them for everything. The Germans ate out of his hand because they liked what they heard: They weren't responsible for all these problems, the JEWS were! Hitler went after Europe next. To prevent another war, they appeased him as opposed to fighting him. He rewarded their pacifism by invading them and killing them. 2) War: Theodore Roosevelt said it best: "Wars are, of course, as a rule to be avoided; but they are far better than certain kinds of peace." The world technically was at peace when Hitler was in power (only one side was doing all the attacking), until those warmongering Allies stepped in. No good person wishes against world peace. Extremists/terrorists are not good people. They want their \"enemies\"--us--dead. Are we to drop dead or kill ourselves to appease them? 3) Unprovoked attack against Iraq: If you criticise Bush for his unprovoked attack on Iraq not over WMD\'s, but over oil, then you must be fair. Criticize Clinton for his unprovoked attack against Iraq, too, not over WMD\'s but to draw people\'s attention away from the Monica Lewinsky affair. 4) Iraq with WMDs?: Yes, Iraq DID have nuclear arms. Remember the scud missiles? 5) What spawns terrorists: Poverty...Iran can afford nuclear warheads and Iraq can afford scuds. Afghanistan sells opium. If anyone there is suffering from poverty, it\'s the citizens, and in that case, they should be rebelling against their corrupt government. Why are there terrorists? Because they have been brainwashed by extremists, who, like the Nazis in Germany, were told what they wanted to hear. 6) Mixing religion with politics: Only God can say whether or not he approves of your message or actions. 7) Hussein\'s legacy: Hussein was a \"corrupt\" politician? No. He was worse than that. Hussein gassed Kurds (Look up the Halabja poison gas attack), attacked Iran, invaded Kuwait...yet when Bush goes after Hussein, guess who\'s labelled the \"war criminal\"? 8) Bush\'s legacy: Condemned for delcaring war against Iraq, while Clinton was not. Condemned for killing Iraqi civilians while Hussein and the insurgents are not. Called a \"war criminal\" while Hussein, who\'s done worse, is not. Blamed for \"allowing 9/11 to happen\" while the terrorists who flew into the buildings and killed thousands are called \"brave\" (By Bill Maher, a man with a warped sense of morals). Criticized over the torture of Guantanamo prisoners while the men who beheaded Daniel Pearl and slaughtered other innocent photographers are not. Bush\'s legacy? The short end of the stick when it comes to double standards. -- Submitted By: () on October 11, 2009, 10:41 am

Space: 1999 - TV Shows
Space 1999 is a problematic series to categorize in terms of boning the fish. The technical stuff on the series was extremely good: the sets were up to contemporary movie standards, never mind television, and the SFX and model work was nearly as good (before Star Wars changed the basis for comparison). There were some well written scripts in the first season: reading some of the scripts, you get the impression that the finished product should be incredible. In some cases it was: The standout episode to me is "Death's Other Dominion", which works really well, owing to an excellent guest cast. I also recall "Dragon's Domain", the tentacled monster episode, one of only two things that ever really scared me on television. So, what's not to like? It seems to me that the problems are with the featured performers, specifically, the two leads. Considering that they were married at the time, Landau and Bain really don't seem to have much chemistry, and sometimes, Bain's acting is positively painful to watch. I really liked Barry Morse, Prentice Hancock, and Nick Tate, but they have a hard time working against the two principal actors. Nonetheless, as described above, there are a number of standout episodes -- Also great are "War Games" and "The Infernal Machine". In these two (and "Death's Other Dominion"), good writing and ideas really stand out. Perhaps with some changes to the cast, Space 1999 might have been superb, rather than merely good. I've avoided commenting on the second season. I've seen the first season episodes recently, and my comments reflect a different viewpoint than the second season episodes, which I only saw in first run. So it wouldn't be fair to make a comparison. -- Submitted By: () on July 24, 2009, 8:40 am

Howard Stern - Celebrities
DolFan- the show this week has been great, well either it's been that damn funny, or the brainwashing is working for the last 17 years. Give it a listen if you get a minute, I have great laughs every weekday with Howard and the Gang! -- Submitted By: () on June 10, 2009, 8:19 am

Craigslist - Websites
Craigslist is a joke, Ive tried to sell things two times and I've only gotten African scammers to respond to it. Craigslist is good for human slavery, and that is it, yep. -- Submitted By: () on June 10, 2009, 9:30 am

JumptheShark.com - Websites
I don't know how I feel about JumpTheShark getting canned. On the one hand, TVGuide undeniably ruined a piece of internet history, no exaggeration. Some statements about shows that were on at the time that are off now were lightning in a bottle, and will never be written again. On the other hand, and I'm not trying to suck up or anything, do you really think you have a worse deal now than when JTS was in existence? Now you can comment on when practically anything started sucking. JumpTheShark barely had a page up where you could comment on music groups for a short time before that went down. You couldn't comment on movies, you couldn't comment on celebrities, you couldn't comment on phenomenons. In the end, TVGuide's move benefited all of us, because it burned the deadwood that let something better come along. -- Submitted By: () on April 29, 2009, 12:19 pm

Lion King - Movie Series
There is a world of difference between being inspired by other people's works and ripping off other people's works. Also, I already know Kimba and the Lion King are indeed two different stories. Kimba wanted to unite people and animals, while Simba had to reclaim his crown stolen from him by his evil uncle (The Lion King's story is based on Hamlet). The storyline isn't what's the same...it's the characters. You argue that the reason there's a white lion in the production shot is because there's light shining on him from behind, making him white. If the light is what's making him white, why are his face and left hind leg, which are in the shade, also white instead of tan, like the other lion in the shot? And how do you know these testimonials are lies from "disgruntled janitors" or other unhappy employees? But why do I bother? Even if Disney wrote a totally legit written confession complete with a notary that they knowingly ripped off Kimba, you'd still refuse to believe it. -- Submitted By: () on April 28, 2009, 2:49 pm

American Idol - TV Shows
The fourth judge, for sure. The show has a hard enough time finishing when it should without one more opinion thrown into the mix. Not to mention that the three judges had such good chemistry up to now. Subsequent efforts to shoehorn Kara into the show have only hurt that dynamic more. Kara just seems more obnoxious and annoying every week, she never has anything unique to add, spouts the same nonsense over and over, and doesn't seem to have the first clue that although American Idol has nothing to do with art, the audience is supposed to believe it does. And she knows bugger-all about art. And she apparently can't count either. Where did they find her? -- Submitted By: () on April 28, 2009, 9:05 am

Lion King - Movie Series
Ok, research I've done: I own 3 DVD's of Kimba the White Lion, and I can and have watched the rest on YouTube. I also own and have seen The Lion King. It's not the same story, period. So far as the rest of what you presented, 1) people can find similarities anywhere. Add that into the fact that in many shows, there are some stock scenes that are commonly used/drawn (IE little protagonist stares up into big antagonist's eyes in defiance, man walking away from building nonchalantly as it explodes, camera focusing in on gun barrel as a shot is fired), and you have less of a slam dunk case than you would think for saying that Lion King is ripped off from Kimba. 2) The testimony of the people on that web page you gave me, I'm sorry to say, means squat. All of the statements are from the Kimba development team, and of course they aren't biased toward their creation in any way, are they? So far as the records of Disney officials "admitting" to ripping off Kimba, recordings or signed affidavits from former Disney execs or impartial 3rd party witnesses or it didn't happen. Testimony from pissed off recently fired ex-janitor X who just happened to be walking by the boardroom when the crime was confessed doesn't cut it. 3) The "white" lion in the preproduction shot, isn't. Take a look at the pic again: the plants in the shot are also white. You shine a bright enough light on an object of any color, and it looks white, this is a fact. The fact that this has happened to other plants in the light that the lion cub in question is in shows that this has also happened to the lion cub. Using your logic, and the kind of evidence you have given me, I could say that Hara and Buroson stole Fist of the North Star directly from Mad Max. I could say that J.J. Abrams stole Cloverfield from the Emmerich version of Godzilla. I could say that Gargoyles was ripping off of X-Men and Superman in places, and that Spawn, the Animation was ripping off of Gargoyles. I'm not going to say that Disney has never done questionable or dirty things in animation or business (among other things, read up on Dan O'Neil and the Air Pirates to see how Disney virtually single-handedly fucked over the entire copyright system, and implemented those 200+ year copyrights in use today). However, there is a difference between ripping someone off, and simply making different use of similar archetypal characters than the previous guy. -- Submitted By: () on April 27, 2009, 10:13 pm

South Park - TV Shows
What did it for me was the conclusion to who was Cartman's dad. His mom! I mean, what? Seriously? She's a slut who's done it with every male in the whole town, and all this time, not a single man has ever noticed she had two different sex organs? Right. Whatever. If I was with a woman, the first thing I'd notice is that she's a hermaphrodite. A lot of people complain that the conclusion of the Simpsons episode "Who Shot Mr. Burns" was ridiculous, lame, and stupid. But after seeing who was Cartman's Dad, I think a lot of people go a lot easier on it. -- Submitted By: () on April 25, 2009, 8:02 pm

Disney - Random Topics
Boned when they stopped making classic ink and paint movies. Classic ink and paint was what made Disney "Disney"! Them ending classic ink and paint movies makes as much sense as Burger King discontinuing the sales of all their hamburger products. All we get now are these pathetic computer animated movies that are vastly inferior compared to Pixar. (Meet the Robinsons? The Wild? I'd rather watch Pixar's Toy Story again, thank you very much.) It's Disney's own fault their last classic ink and paint movies flopped: what made them think we'd like a movie where Treasure Island is remade into a horrid sci-fi movie and renamed Treasure Planet? And Home on the Range? Come on, a story about cows?! All these wonderful fairy tales and other literary masterpieces which have yet to be turned into movies, and they think we want to see a movie about stupid cows with a storyline that's lamer than a horse headed for the glue factory? CGI films have supersaturated today's animated film market. They don't even turn heads anymore, unless they're REALLY good, like Wall-E. -- Submitted By: () on April 25, 2009, 7:40 pm

Lion King - Movie Series
Castaghast, do some research before you say we don't know what we're talking about. Disney DID rip off Kimba...knowingly, and ON PURPOSE. If you go onto wikipedia, you'll see the original design for Simba called for him to be WHITE! Just like Kimba. And, if you visit this site: http://www.kimbawlion.com/rant2.htm you'll see for yourself that, beyond the shadow of a doubt, Disney DID rip Tezuka. I didn't say the movie sucked, but that the fact that I've been praising a ripoff sucks. And the fact that the movie is a ripoff sucks. I went through the stage you're going through now: refusing to believe it, doubting it, and so forth. Then I learned the truth...and, that Kimba is FAR superior to the Lion King, a good movie marred with the stains of plagiarism. -- Submitted By: () on April 25, 2009, 12:02 pm

M. Night Shyamalan - Celebrities
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Married with Children - TV Shows
Next to Happy Days, this show had more Bone The Fish moments than it had a right to. The addition of Seven, the trip to England where they get involved in some sort of foreign intrigue (didnt every other 1980s sitcom, the kind MWC made fun of, have a similar episode to that?), the absence of Steve Rhoades (played by David Garrison who left the series to do theater), the three times they tried to use MWC as a platform for 3 different spin off series (all flops)and the quality of writing going downhill in its last few years on the air. Though overall, the series did provide plenty of belly laughs through most years, and even its worst episodes still had a clever line or two. -- Submitted By: () on April 24, 2009, 8:38 am

Burger King - Random Topics
When they changed the french fries in 1997. They advertised it like it was the second coming of Christ. They even had a claymation Mr. Potato Head pitch the new fries on their commercials. They were trying to compete with McDonald's, whose fries are said to be the best. But these new fries they have are AWFUL. Burger King has, hands down, the WORST fries of any fast food restaurant I have ever eaten at. Free tip, BK: If your fries aren't as good as McDonald's, do yourself a favor...don't make them WORSE. I'm sure McDonald's is thanking BK for changing the recipe, because they effectively sabotaged themselves in the competition over who has the best fries. -- Submitted By: () on April 23, 2009, 2:02 pm

Simpsons, The - TV Shows
Lisa going vegetarian was what caused the show to go downhill. It was the moment when she went from encouraging people to agree with her beliefs to forcing people to agree with her beliefs. If Flanders rammed his beliefs down everyone's throats, he'd be labelled intolerant and they'd get down on him for forcing his ideas onto everyone. Yet Lisa can do it? She would force more ideas onto people as well, including antireligious ones, as seen with the fake fossil angel. Yes, it was fake, but why couldn't she just let people think it was real, especially when it was filling everyone with hope and inspiration? She overlooked telling the truth about Jebediah to the people when she saw how it brought out the best in them, why couldn't she do the same with the fake angel skeleton? What happened to the girl who said God was a more powerful force than Mom and Dad put together, or used zen to help Bart with miniature golf, or told Bart that the soul was the symbol of each of us? I can't stand how self-righteous and holier-than-thou she is now. It doesn't help that her newfound vegetarianism was done to get Paul McCartney to provide voice acting services. I mean, what if they had to permanently change the show from a sitcom to a fantasy show just so J.K. Rowling would agree to guest star? The show just kept going downhill from then. -- Submitted By: () on April 23, 2009, 12:42 pm

Mythbusters - TV Shows
This show kind of jumped for me when I saw how informal the hosts were with their experiments, and how they sort of "rigged" them to get the outcome that they wanted. Example 1) Adam and Jamie test the myth of the man being electrocuted by urinating on a subway rail. Basically, they go out to a rail yard, electrify a rail, and then proceed to stream various amounts of urine (or uric acid or something) on it to see if the stream can conduct electricity. The outcome is that they don't get a a charge conducted until they put the stream about 2 or 3 inches from the rail and dump it out all at once. This is supposed to prove to the audience that you can't electrocute yourself by peeing on a subway rail, because look at all the trouble the hosts had getting the stream to conduct by setting up circumstances that would never occur in real life. Problem is, I'm not really convinced: peeing in a dark, enclosed subway is much different than doing the same on an exposed rail in an exposed rail yard with a good breeze where no one else has urinated before. What about vapor from urine and other liquids floating around that might conduct electricity that would hang around in an enclosed area like a subway? Granted, Adam and Jamie are probably (as in virtually certainly with a 99.999999999% probability) right about this, however the way the experiment was done just seemed sloppy, sloppy enough to leave a real question about the question of the counterclaim. 2) Proving that getting thrown through/jumping a glass window is generally a bad idea. For this experiment, the hosts made a mold of a torso with the consistency of the human body, and covered it with a fake skin that had about the texture and toughness of human skin. Then they put clothes on it, and ran it through a glass window they had set up. The idea was, the model was supposed to be filled with glass, thus proving that running through glass is a bad idea. However it didn't work out like that, as there were only minor cuts to the model. They repeated the experiment several times, making changes such as taking the model's clothes off, running it through faster, etc. Finally they took the model's skin off, at which point they got a result where the model's body was filled with glass. This was supposed to "prove" that running through glass windows is fatal. Once again, I have no issue with the conclusion, as there are enough documented cases of people doing this in real life and killing/injuring themselves to dissuade anyone from actually trying this. However all the above experiment proved was that if I'm going to jump through a glass window, don't do it with no clothes and no skin on, and really, when is THAT ever going to happen? These are just two examples, but a lot of the experiments I have seen on this show could cause the show to be called "MythReenforcers" as opposed to "MythBusters." (The Tesla vibration experiment was another one of those). -- Submitted By: () on April 23, 2009, 11:27 am

Elvis Presley - Celebrities
Sorry, but since this is the BoneTheFish Site and NOT an Elvis Presley Worship Site, I'm going to have to be honest and say that I believe Elvis Boned then got De-Boned. How? Growing up in the South in the 1970's, I can testify that for the last 5+ years of his life, he was considered a has-been and a loser who'd made some cool songs and a few so-so movies WAY back when but, by and large, was believed to have had his best days behind him as he seemed to be doomed to be zooming towards middleaged mediocrity while holed up in Graceland- popping out every so often to do rehashes of his songs in Vegas. Oh, yeah, every so often there was a story of some deluded fan who'd take out marriage licenses and claim he was going to marry them but, surprise, he'd not show up because he'd never heard of them. And, even to admit to being a fan at that time was to invite folks to mock you as a yahoo and loser. But then, it happened! August, 1977- The King Left The Building for the Last Time! Suddenly, everyone remembered how talented he was! Suddenly, he was transformed into this eternally young superstar who could do no wrong! Now, folks were PROUD to be his fans,Graceland became a New Mecca and A Cult Was Born- the likes of which I'd never seen before and would never see again until Princess Diana's death 20 years later! Even as stories of his shadow side became public knowledge, they seemed to only enhance rather than dim the ardor for All Things Elvis! And, of course, there came all The Post-August,1977 Sightings eagerly printed by tabloids that the many fans happily accepted as proof that the King was alive! As one of the categories says, only with Lisa Marie's short-lived marriage to Michael Jackson did many of them realize that Elvis was no longer alive. One can be sure that if Elvis was anywhere on this planet with a breath left in him, EVERYONE would have heard his outrage over that union -even if it may not have been for the 'right' reasons! The fans even managed to get the US Postal Service to quit being so stodgy and stuffy with its old rules for stamps and have Elvis stamps issued that sold faster than hotcakes. The US Postal Service learned a major lesson from that and stamp subjects have never been the same since! When did he originally bone? I'd say when he signed up with Colonel Tom Parker who Pat'Mr. Haney' Buttram said had run a dancing chicken carney stand using an electrified grid! One might say this proved somewhat prophetic for how he may have treated Elvis. Of course, it didn't help that many of his family and so-called friends were eagerly willing to sponge off him for so many years! The tragedy is that Elvis DID have phenomenal talent and could have done so much more had he dumped/kept out so many users. And spending decades not being able to set foot out of a door without screaming 'fans' ambushing him can't have helped anything! So, now visiting Memphis and seeing everyone lined up around Graceland and even crossing themselves in front of his grave as though he was an Apostle, it's easy for me to see that Elvis DeBoned when he was able to go to the next world AWAY from all the exploiters, users and fans- and I'd like to think has been having a good laugh ever since where ever he is! -- Submitted By: () on April 23, 2009, 10:06 am

Dane Cook - Celebrities
I'm really torn, I find some of his jokes funny but there are many valid criticisms of his act. I do find it ironic though that Family Guy spoofed him since they are pretty much one in the same... -- Submitted By: () on April 15, 2009, 8:33 pm

JumptheShark.com - Websites
Once upon a time there was a website. The website was intelligent, provoking, funny and more. Then at the end of January 2009 I was shocked. JTS is now a blogsite. They use terms like "Dancing with the sharks". They are using the good old topics like:A Very special, Birth, Color, Exit Stage Left and they post blogs in those topics. Bottom line TVG is using the popular website JTS.com to generate more viewers to the TV Guide website. I hope BTF becomes very popular and TVG will be very very sorry for what they did. RIP JTS January 2009. -- Submitted By: () on April 10, 2009, 2:08 am

Flash Gordon (2007) - TV Shows
This version of Flash Gordon was nothing more than the SciFi channel trying to cash in on a classic science fiction source that hasn't been tapped since '96. Low budget + Peter Hume = crap! I do really feel sorry for all of the actors involved. I'm sure they thought they we're involved with something better than what actually was produced. -- Submitted By: () on April 4, 2009, 11:54 pm

Scooby Doo - TV Shows
I liked Casey's Shaggy,too, but did you ever see the crossover eps with 'Josie and the Pussycats' when Casey also did their producer Alexander (who loathed his twin/Josie's nemesis Alexandra)? Casey didn't make even the tiniest attempt to differentiate between Shag and Alexander and if you closed your eyes, you'd have had NO idea which character was speaking. Mel Blanc, Casey ain't! Still, his voice helped give the show a great deal- especially since his frantic, high-strung delivery was exact opposite of Casey's 'normal' voice! My opinion of Scrabby's unprintable, I fear . -- Submitted By: () on April 2, 2009, 6:00 pm

To Tell The Truth - TV Shows
I agree with the above summation! Peggy Cass was loud alright but she was funny and actually had intelligent things to say. Then, we had Bill Cullen the Perpetual Nerd who encouraged every kid at home watching because we thought if HE could be on TV regularly, anyone could! Lastly, rounding it out was the Grande Dame Kitty Carlisle who was fun to watch because every so often Peggy, Bill and the host Garry could get her to let her guard down and show she had a mischievious side she tried hard to hide (and it helped her cred that she rode through the Marx Brothers' classic 'Night at the Opera' unscathed). Classic game show! But then they had to revive it with John O'Hurley hosting who seemed to think that being smarmy was the equivilant to being funny and intelligent. It wasn't. And they had to have that unfunny Paula Poundstone who seemed to never ask any real questions but kept wasting her,the contestants' and the other panelists' alloted time by making unfunny dumbcracks. Meschach Taylor was so unmemorable on this that I can't think of anything he said or did on this show- just that he was there. Not to mention that the contestants themselves seemed to be dumbed down a great deal from their classic counterparts. Why did they bother with this? -- Submitted By: () on March 29, 2009, 3:26 pm

Roseanne - TV Shows
Roseanne, at least during the first 6-7 seasons, was a show that the working-class American could relate to. While the humor was never on the sophisticated side of things (reaching new depths during the Halloween episodes), Roseanne's wisecracks and independent attitude made her a hero for the working class. The show tackled many issues throughout its time, and unlike Full House and shows of that ilk, it didn't pull any punches and told it like it was. Once the Conners won the lottery, though, it not only boned the fish, it boned the shark, the dolphin, the octopus, and every other aquatic lifeform out there. In one moment, 7 seasons worth of buildup went right down the drain. Who can relate to millionaires (besides other millionaires)? Basically, that one moment killed off the show for good. Hearing Roseanne say "money is no object for us" was kinda like rubbing our faces in it. Well, they're rich now, so there goes any sympathy the viewing audience may have had for them, as part of the appeal to the show was seeing how the Conners would manage through tight financial times. No problem is too big that throwing money at it can't fix it. Is it any coincidence that once the Conners struck it rich, the show's numbers plummeted? The finale, where Roseanne came out and said everything from the final season was all part of a book she was writing and that the actual show ended after Season 8 with Dan dying from his heart attack, that Becky and Darlene in real life ended up with the other's boyfriend, that Jackie was the lesbian and not her mom, and other contradictions that we were supposed to believe because Roseanne said it in the final episode, was a game try at salvaging the dignity of the show, but it ultimately didn't work. For the first eight seasons, it was a good enough sitcom, but the ninth season ruined pretty much everything the show had ever accomplished. -- Submitted By: () on March 13, 2009, 3:06 pm


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