stuff they put on TV
column's main focus is to present my thoughts about the weekly
television shows many of us are stuck watching.
Cortney Cox, soon to be staring as the Black Widow as she sits in jail.
Maybe it wasn't a very good idea to give Marta Kaufman my Lousy Book.
I figure that Cortney Cox found out about me through her. Whether it was Matt Damon or Steven Speilberg she told about me next; I'm not sure about.
Never the less, it's pretty creepy how the media and motion picture industry is willing to protect their reputation by not informing the public about it.
Folks, these people are a true example of just how the rich and famous get preferential treatment, even if they are flat out criminals and should be in jail. Apparently Matt Damon is out on bail and what is remarkable about it is that they let him leave the country to work on a film.
No telling what kind of favours Speilberg got, but the media is getting paid to tell you that he is on a sailing trip around the world this summer. And lets not forget they made him the head of the Cans Film Feastable, not to say that he would ever have to show his face there, never the less, I would think that position would be a conflict of interest, but I'm sure it's just a title they gave him and he truly doesn't have a thing to do with it. It was just posted to make Spielberg look busy when he is actually not.
October 3rd, 2012
Yah see that Sandy relief show Matt louer put on for New York?
Man-0-Man was that ever depressing. The only thing I felt was worth was the song Down by the Board walk.
As for the rest of the show: it just couldn't compete with what ever was going on on the other channel.
September 14th, 2012 Friday :
What else can they do?
Can you believe, a dog show won America has Tallet?
I was going to post something yesterday, saying that I thought the young kids with their dancing were the only finalist that had any talent. Lady Osborn and the idiot sitting next to her lead the way to make me feel even more ashamed of this place called America.
But what else are you to expect when we worry more about a bunch of animal than we do or inventors.
As for me, the day I want a pet is the day they can sell me one that cleans up its own shit. I sure don't want to be the one who picks it up for them.
And on the other channel, Simon is patting himself on the back for hiring Britney. Got a wood be stalker and I did miss what ever that guy was crying about Brittany was all about but I'm sure Simon will broker few deals for reruns of the first show as while as others, and I'm sure his advertising fees just hit the motherload.
Oh yeah, and that thirteen year old, I'm sure she's one that will be difficult for anyone to fallow. I just hope they don't push her to extend her range more than she did there at the end of the song. And I hope her parents are smart enough to take another look at Simon's contract. If it's anything like Simon's American Inventor show, -if she goes to the finals, he owns her for five years. I'd be finding out if she could go one more round and then pull the plug on her because if she's the real deal, there will be better deals than Simon's for the taking.
Update: although I haven't seen many of them, I happen to think Willie Jones is the winner and I would be backing out if I were him.
Go OnAt first I thought it was kinna funny, but by the end of the second episode, I thought it was just too stupid for me.
ArrowSo far, it hasn't lost the fantasy yet. I'm still interested and I have to admit, I didn't expect much, but it's fairing better than some other newcomers.
Chicago FireI wonder if this producer Wolf ever got a high school diploma. Oh maybe rich parents? What ever made the guy think we are such fools. Got a lot of laughs out of the stupid shit, however I did see some mighty fine legs.
Revolution It seemed pretty cool at first. I thought gee, it will help make people realize that we can't have enough guns. But when it came down to some stupid pendants that are behind it all. Gee, I'm no idiot.
Joss Whedon has a new show out called Grim.
I'm not one for horror movies,
but I think I can handle this show.
Once again his show was placed in the difficult to make it,
Friday night time slot.
However, this time I happens to be signed up with a different Network.
But once again, Joss has put something together that I think will work. Update:Oct.'12- still my favorite
Ringer: I got burned out on the
But for the sake of drama; how many hoops does the poor girl have
to jump through.
I betcha Sarah's agent managed a executive producer title for her (which means another royalty check.)
However, I'm not much of a fiction writer but I just don't know how
they expect to keep it going.
Also: some things just don't work in their details.
Good luck to the writers, cause they've got a difficult task on their
The Voice: I happen to think they were a
bit too fast to push the button. I see no advantage of even hitting it
until the end of the song. But at least they were pre-screened somewhat.
Two and a Half men: This thing with Charlie Sheen.
Someone should tell him that you can't fix syphilis, with your brain,
you can only treat it, but it will get you in the end.
The writers are what made the show work
and I think the creator should prove that by coming back next season
with a replacement. There are many actors who would love the
opportunity to play the part.
Harry's law: The first one seemed kinna neat
and all, but I thought it was a little more supportive of a thug than
people truly would be (showing up in court and all, I know that
wouldn't happen.) But now I've seen another episode and saw how
the writers have the thug going around beating up people - I don't care
if the are
bad - I don't believe in supporting any vigilantism either. In my
opinion, the characterization is good, but the writers don't know what
kind of stories fit reality. Bummer.
But the lawyers ex-girlfriend:
she's got some of the
finest arms I've seen in a while
Nikita: Man oh man, that gal's legs go
on forever. But they kinna kill the whole fantasy part of it with the
thought she could go into a party (by herself,) with a bunch of the bad
guys who want her dead. And if she has to high tail it out of there,
she's going to ditch the heals. And no assassin is going to use round
plot with having a new girl on the inside is interesting. (Kind of stolen from
Joss Whedon's Dollhouse though.) I know I'm stupid enough to tune in
next time and give it a go, reluctantly.
Update:10.25, I'm hooked on the young girl.
Undercovers: What a joke.
Joss Whedon and crew sure did an
excellent job with Dollhouse. Even the last episode was better than I would
have expected. I often wondered where he would end up going with it and
he never disappointed me.
I guess the show got
cancelled, what a bummer, but with the time slot they gave the show, I
kinna expected it.
However, I'm sure it's not the last we
will hear from Joss, and I'm he will not disappoint.
Melrose Place: Never really cared for the
show, but the character Ashley Simpson plays is quite over the top and
it got me tuning in for more. I heard that she got fired, but I still
she her on the show. She may not be wanted in the music world, but I
think acting may just be her calling. besides, she's hot.
Melrose Place writers provided much better
scripts than can we say 90210?
Which has lost any of my interest in watching.
Life Unexpected: At first I thought it was
kinna cute with the whole plot and all, but the girl is just too
High Society: Gee, is this shit real? This
Paul guy has got to be the biggest loser. And by the way, Dancing with Stars is bad enough, but the Biggest Losers. show to me that it's getting
pretty bad, there just has to be something else.
Trauma looks like they could use some
valium. Because the show is just too busy with effects and lacks
character development. Nah, throw that one back.
Girl - Gee
what a bunch of pretty faces, but they should be because the filters
the cinematographer used almost turned them in to cartoon images. I
just couldn't tell if it was another 90120 or Melrose Place. Good
thing the Girl from Buffy landed a second gig at Mercy because I think Mercy has a
chance of making it through the season. The folks who produced Mercy
must have wanted to do something like House, but with a gutsy girl
nurse instead of a doctor and of course she has to be eccentric too.
Kind of a rip off, but what the heck, I can't watch Fox in my cage.
On the new Jay
It looks like a game show, it smells like a game show,
it's as stupid as a game show; it must be a game show.
July 3rd '09: For those of you who would like
to know how I rank the new (and old) shows that have started up this
1. Fringe I've seen many of them and
it's still pretty good,
it hasn't let me down yet.
2. House The first episode of the season was
It's getting a little predictable, but
still worth watching.
I have to say that they have a pretty good
4. Bones I liked the back story of their first
case together a lot
5. Event It's
pretty good but when its about the guy and his girlfriend; I
change the channel to Gossip Girl6. Gossip Girl I
don't know what it is about the show but it's
a toss up with the Event.
I happen to think it's Blake Lively
7. Life Unexpected. This one gets a
little korney at times,
and a bit more dramatic than life could
ever be, but it's
better than watching Chuck.
8. My own worst enemy (I guess it got
dumped)9.Chuck has gotten a little too
stupid for me anymore
10. Heros Got a little bit to confusing to keep up
with what is going on. I think they are losing me.
As far as sit coms go:
I'm still a Two and a Half Men, fan.
I've been known to watch:
How I Met Your Mother, (once in awhile.)
kinna out on the rest.
I tolerate Lipstick
Jungle because I happen to think its just a
wanna bee Sex in the City, and I just don't care for any of
the characters. Funny thing: At first I didn't like the Billionair guy,
but now I think he is the only one I can even identify with. Desperate House Wives is kinna old
but I still watch it occasionally because there's just nothing else to
Brother and Sisters have better scripts than DHW's
I touch bases with Gray's Anatomy once
in a while.
Betty is just too gay for me anymore
Cruso is just screwed up.
What is your opinions about the shows we
Feb. 12th 2009: The
Fringe has continually proven to arrive with good story lines and
the character development is some of the best work to come out of
lately. Good work guys.
October 17th 2008: I checked out the first episode of the
mini series from ABC called Cruso. Now this Brit named Robinson
Cruso was portrayed as quite the creative and quite brilliant kind of
character. And the show seemed pretty interesting and
entertaining with the tree house all full of every kind of
contraption you could imagine.
the whole script took a dive soon after they discovered the golden
canon. For one thing any guy with half a brain would have rounded up
all the guns with plenty of ammo. They would have taken cover and had
one hell of a shoot out over getting control of the boat. The last
thing they would do is walk up to the guys and be either shot or as
they were turned around to be left stranded.
part that poured salt into the wound, or what I think insulted my
intelligence was that two guys would have even been able to carry such
a canon. And cursed? My ass.
. The last thing any intelligent man would do is throw a ton of
gold away. Apparently the writers from Disney don't have their heads on
straight. Boy that script sure a tanked on the first episode. Kinna
like Chuck with the guys hiding under the counter, it's just too
Doesn't anyone in Hollywood believe that
we actually want to be able to fantasize? Well make it fanaticizable!
Don't go putting in crap that doesn't go along with human nature.
October 13th 2008: My own worst enemy was a little
too strange at first, but when the communication between the two
different identities began to communicate with one another the plot
became interesting. Looking forward to the next episode.
October 14th 2008: The father's funeral episode
of House will be a memorable one for me. I liked the human
relations part of it. I thought the part where the cop was like a
shrink was great. And the idea of ordinary people as being boring to
Wilson and House. That torment they give each other is only see as fun
to them. I'm glad that
never got written out of the show.
I actually saw some of
myself in that episode. Good job writers; one of your best.
October 12th 2008: I not one who's normally big on cop
shows, but I happen to like the character of the new show of Life. I
watched it twice now.
And the Life on Mars has me back for a second
round too. I have to say it's an interesting take; being sent back in
time and not really wanting to. And the part of trying to get people to
realize that you are not crazy. (I guess I can relate.)
October 9th 2008: I checked out Private
Practice for the first time last night. Gee, the background
music that was always in there gave the show the same feeling as the
perfume in the air at a casino. The show resembled some kind of rich
folk in LA theme. Like and adult 90120 or something. However, it's
hard for me to relate
them having any kind of problems when their office is right on the
beach. My overall opinion of the show resembled the episode's theme:
Lipstick Jungle was so predictable it wasn't even funny.
The story ark is about the only thing it's got going for it, so they
haven't lost me yet. (Guess there wasn't anything else on.) Looks as
though they gave up the show orientated commercials that I hated
Desperate House Wives did an interesting
thing by setting the show ahead a few years. I'm still out on that one.
it's marginal and can go either way.
and Sisters<, for some reason
impressed me more this year. Whether it's the ark or the story-lines, I
don't know. One thing for sure, when I see the two guys kissing, it
makes me pick up the remote to change the channel.
I just can't stand watching two guys kiss. That was one thing I didn't
like about some of the shows I saw in Australia. Icky poo.
And this little romance with the cute
girl on the show, gee, be a man, you fought in a war, you can handle a
little tail. (But I know, it's what kept Who's the Boss going. Every
show has to have that suspense thing going somewhere.
October 8th 2008:The other
night Chuck and Terminator - the Sarah Conner
Cronicals were on
at the same time. I bounced back and forth a bit. However, Sarah Conner Conicals
won my attention. Chuck is cute, but it's just another Mork and
Mindy,or Who's the Boss. I happen to think being a comity, it just gets
a little too stupid for me.
night I'll check out the new Bones; which I'm known to watch
from time to time. And it will be the first time I will get a look at Private
Practice. Check back on that one.
And oh one the Award shows: the Academy Awards was handing out
awards to shows I don't even watch. It was quite the stale atmispher if
you ask me. Shows and people I don't even know about.
As for the MTV Music Awards: Although I'm not
such a big fan of the new pop and rape music that much, I thought the
production as a whole was great. The way they use the Paramount
Studios as the sight and the settings as well. I thought it was a
good show. But this brit guy who hosted it - the wanna look like a
crazy rock star guy - was trying to pull his foot out of his mouth all
night. Funny guy, but what an idiot.
Sept 10,'08 I've got
to say I'm into the Terminator - the Sarah Conner Cronicals.
Kinna like I've said before about the computers may become smarter than
us if we keep breeding stupid people.
And the first episoid of the Fring
was pretty good. (I think it is produced by the same outfit
as House -Bad Hat productions)
I'm not a fan of American
Idol, but I happen to watch a part of it the other night. This guy
name Chris sang, and Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson said
he was great, but Simon mentioned that he was struggling in the
middle of the song. I say the guy had no sense of rhythm and timing
was off. He sucked and I was wondering
why the other two couldn't figure that out since they are suppose to be
Oh yeah, I bought Paula Abdul her nylons as well as other
things. I worked as her runner when she did a concert in Tacoma,
April 25,'08: It
appears that American Idol is just a popularity contest
because even though Carly was the best they ever had, she was sent
packing last night. I guess I can dodge the rest of the season.
March 15,'08 I'm not much of an American Idol fan, but the best
one going this time around isn't even an amateur as they are suppose to
be. However Carly Smithson from
San Diego is the one that should win because she is the only one that
has a good sense of rhythm
when she sings.
March 19th she was voted to the
bottom three out of the top 11. Either it was all about ratings,
(meaning that the show rigs the votes,) or it's just a popularity
contest and the general public is even dumber than I
Feb. 19th 2008: It's funny how folks
disregard the fact that American Idol is all about producers
exploiting individual talents for their own gain through a contract.
Like the fact that Randy Jackson was
and when a contestant appeared on the show with a new name still over
looked the fact that these people had already contracts with record
companies, (even his own.) Now it turns out that others on the show
aren't amateurs either. Well
I for one know that it's not always the vocalist that make the hits.
It's the band and the music as a whole that counts. Like would AC/DC
even consider any of the fluffy contestants? Would a guy like Bob Dylan
even have a chance
There is a reason this bit isn't in my Tunes column. It's because it's not about
music at all.)
I also like to watch House.
I don't know if it's because
Dr. House is so arrogant, or if it's his wittiness I like about
the character. Regardless, the line they give him are usually pretty
The writer who wrote the lines for House on the episode where the woman who dies of
cancer, but produces a child did some wonderful speachy stuff for
March 1, 2008: I got a
kick out of the House episode, (The Katrina Victim and
Cuddy looking for sperm at a sperm bank.) I thought it was funny how
House brought in Cuddy's sperm donor so that she could meet the creepy
House said that genes really matter
and apparently he convinced Cuddy of that. The question I have is: did
House donate his sperm or did they have good old fashion sex. However
she was thanking him for something and he was asking her if it wasn't
just the injections. Yeah, when it gets down to it, smart people want
And I happen to think Lisa Edelstein is mighty fine.
Oct. 28th, '07: Here
on the central coast, I only get NBC and sometimes Fox. So far the
only new show that stands out is Chuck on Monday nights. (Ain't
she a babe or what?)
Dec. 18th, the writers of Chuck kinna lost me on the
Black Friday episode. Having two guys crawl under the counter because
of their fear of a large amount of shoppers is pretty dam stupid. It
insulted my intelligence and it makes me find it hard to give the
writers and producers any creditability.
However I would like
to congratulate the folks who produce Journeyman. They have something that you would want to
believe in. And good writers.
Las Vegas is
Friday nights. So this year this column is going to be a little dry.
I would like to
congratulate the writers who work on the new show, October Road. However the intro to
the first episode was kinna tacky and I almost changed the channel.
(Being about another writer and all the air guitar bit, just about
turned me off.) But I'll have to say that their characterization is
pretty interesting. It's one show where you could almost believe that
people could be as such. It's realistic and interesting at the same
time and I'm wondering where it will go.(I just hope it doesn't get
tacky for ratings.)
He, (the writer guy) is in rule 22. He's
got a girl who just adores him, and a son who has an old flame
attached. (I think the student is my kind of girl and I sure would have
a hard time pushing her way. She's the real catch. The lines the
writers have given her are like poetry with wisdom.)
And the guy and the pizza girl;
kinna romantic and fun at the same time. I'm wondering if she will get
him out of the house, or will she settle for the way he is. (My
question is where in hell does he get the money to stay at home all the
time and order out? A big hole.)
You got the bully contractor who will look for revenge and the
womanizer who wants to settle for a woman with a little substance, or
is it that she's the one who actually knows him the best, but he's
afraid of it cramping his style. And she understands.
Update: The network must have signed them
on for a shorter than normal session, (I'm guessing it was 5 or 6
episodes.) That's a short story curve. Let's just hope they don't loose
their audience by next year.
Like Desperate House
Wives. The first season was pretty good, I got a kick out of the
character Bree. But this year, it's gotten a little to desperate.
Almost like a Jerry
Springer show/soap opera.
I thought Men in Trees was pretty cute for
some reason, but then the realization hit me. I bet the writers of the
show are playwrites, with a theater background, because most of the
scenes look and act like theater to me. But being
on TV, some parts tend to be a little desperate for ratings. I can't
stand the whinny boyfriend who's mom is the cop. He's bogus.
I like Boston
Legal because I like the arrogant contemptuous bastard that Spade
plays. I just get a kick out of him when he's in court. (But Jan 16 it
was kinna lame Kelly.) It's
like Allen has a superior way of presenting things and he knows it, his
closing are usually works of art but that one was kinna lame. However,
the Denny Crain character played by William Shapner is a bit on the
over board if you ask me. But that Gal that pays Denise is pretty
fine.(Feb.13th was real disappointing.) Apirl 24th (the doll episode.)
was pretty good. And isn't the blonde judge supper hot? And Allen never
called her? I guess she gets busted with drugs the next episode. I
might get to defend her? This was the first episode that the Denny
Crain was tolerable in a long time.
Ugly Betty has touched me on a
personal level sometimes, but it works too hard for its ratings. A
little bit too gay for me too. It's the kinna show that steps in and
takes the Suddenly Susan spot for viewer and advertisers. I think Just Shoot Me did it funnier in a
half hour show.
Maybe it was because I
was drunk, but I thought the person who wrote the Feb. 15th episode did
a bang up job. They carried a whole lot of stuff going on in one show.
I don't remember a thing about it, but I was amazed at the way it was
organized and arranged.
Update: since the brother came back as a woman,
the show kinna lost me, it's just too weird.
Update: I Thought the special show with writer narrating a summery
episode was a pretty good way of letting people know where the creative
ideas are coming from.
Brother and Sisters, almost every
time I've watched it I just couldn't think of a good reason for
watching it. Last time I shut it off to save my battery. And guys
kissing guys.... that's one thing I can't stand watching. Isn't Disney
the folks that own ABC? And ABC produces the
show? Not exactly Bugs Bunny and the Road Runner.
Gray's Anatomy, has to have about
one of the best writing crews out there right now. Certain
characterizations get on my nerve sometimes, but they got me tuning in.
I get a feel of the weather I left behind sometimes too. The first boat
accident one pretty much lost it for me. I laughed at the second
boat accident episode. When they were about to show spots to the third
boat show, I turned of the TV, passed out and missed Men in Trees. The
show has turned into a typical soap opera. But isn't Kate Walsh one hot babe? I can't
get over all the facial expressions she has. I'd bet she's never had
any botox to speak of and I'd be ashamed if I'm wrong but, dam I think
she is nice.
I even saw Kate on
the tonight show and she didn't even seem tripped out like many of the
I think the biggest
mistake that the folks at Gray's Anatomy, Desperate House Wives and Men in Trees, are doing is that they
all make trailers promoting the next episode, and the give away the
whole damn plot. They must expect us to be pretty stupid because they
sure don't leave any mystery to the storyline.
can already guess the blond is going to take $200,000.00 of that
$8.7 million and fix the poor girl's back. And Gee a Free Clinic
and no funding and you are not gonna think of the girl you work with
who is giving money away. Sure the girls going to come up with the idea
herself. For what? Advertising dollars? I sure don't know but I think
they're shooting themselves in the foot. Pretty stupid if you ask me.
And I've been known to
watch Smallville once in a while. I think it's pretty good.
I've always thought Clark should
leave the puppy dog eyed Lana, and her lovey dovey ways behind.
Because the real catch is the blond reporter Chloe Sullivan,
(played by Allison Mack.)
About the only
reality show I may be guilty of being a fan of is--Blind Date.
Vicariousness might be the reason: I don't know.
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Girls of the Day
Joss Whedon has a new show out called Dollhouse.
Too bad he's getting stuck with the bad Friday night time slot as he
did with his show Firefox.
hope this one will get moved
to a better night,
of you who don't know who Joss is, he's the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
looks as though Joss brought writers Tim Miner and Jan Epenson over from the Buffy CrewJoss Whedon also
created the The
Office, but he
handed the Office over.
Got to see the first episode: The question I have is, she
so wiped out that she doesn't realize a day or two has gone by? Because
there is something about fantasy for me, I want to believe it could be
true and that is something the whole story line has convince me yet.
However it was a pretty good take on it, but something tells me that I'll
end up thinking firefox was better, Feb. 14;'09
a little difficult to understand at first, but after you know story
line a bit, it has shown me that it's worth watching.
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Shows on TV
Abigail Breslin turned 12.
However I just saw her on the Jay
I'd say the Jay repeatedly insulted Abigal's
intelligence; several times. I happen to think Jay is getting too old
when an 11 year old is too intelligent for him.
She was like: How stupid do you think I am? I had to laugh.
I have to say that their writers are good at keeping it interesting.
kind of a Sex in the City, but with married couples mixed into it.
However the thing I hate most
about it is that they are sponsored by Maybeline cosmetics, and that
they throw you into a commercial that can confuses the people at home.
What I do like on the show is the
eyes of Kim Raver. They just do something for me.
more pictures of Kim Raver
(Just click on picture.)
Feb. 4'08: Saw Brook Sheilds on the morning talk show; talking up how the
10.00 pm slot has opened up the doors to showing more skin and racey
Gee, lady I can only
handle a love scene for a little while, because they get kinna boring
pretty fast. If you think love scenes are what will keep guys like me
tuning in every week, your dreaming.
It's like the
Knight Rider and the Ford commercials that are screwing up the show.
Motors had the same thing going with a new show it failed.
hope Lipstick jungle hangs up the commercial aspect before it ruins the
As for the Knight Rider, I could care less, besides: I think the new
Mustangs look fat and I always expect some fat chick to be driving them.
April 24th I
saw Ivanka Trump on David Letterman's show. She made me
want to bring back the Girl of the Day Awards because every time I see
her, I'm so impressed. I think: She's only twenty five? She could of
fooled me. Quite the pleasant lady and dam nice looking too.
I happen to like to watch Becker. I
like the episodes with the curly hair blond cafe owner best for some
reason. I thing the off beat chemistry between the two of them is pretty
cool. And who runs the place when she's out? The blind guy?
Shawnee Smith did
an excellent job at playing her roll as Lisa. Boy some of the
outfits she wares are hot. (She's hot.)
She's pretty cleaver at times, but the thing I
can't figure out is: Is she suppose to act like an air-head or is she
suppose to act as if she pretends that she is? I just it doesn't
matter, I'm sure many of us could handle a girl like her around, and
some of us not.
If you happen
to wonder which TV shows are my favourite of all times? I'd have to say
a kid, it was probably Gillian's Island.
As an adult, I would have to say The Rockford Files. James Gardner played the roll of
Jim Rockford, a private investigator. A man I can I identify with and
what was nice about the story line was they didn't revolve around some
romance story. The relationship he had with is lawyer, was about has
much husband and wife as it got. The show one & one & two
something out. Back then they didn't get too fancy with Hollywood
production. They had some pretty cheesy overdubs, but the show worked.
I like the fact that the character didn't care that
his home was a neglected looking trailer sitting in a parking lot. To
him he didn't have to worry about whether the grass needed mowing or
not. But if he wanted to be outside, he had just the place and it was
only a few steps away.
One of my
favorite shows was Firefox, created by Joss Whedon, the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer,
nights and that was a mistake, it killed a good show.
08: I check out the first session of Buffy at the library the other
day. I'd never seen the earlier Buffy shows, and so far I think they're
real cute and I get a laugh out of them.
However, I have to say that the
third episode titled the Witch, and the one about Zander turning into a
badger have got to be on the list biggest pieces of junk I've ever seen
go through Joss Whedon's hands.
Good thing they weren't among the first shows I
ever seen of his, because he could have lost me on those two.
Notes From the Underbelly:
If you have to practice changing diapers and set the alarm to get up in
the middle of the night to feed a plastic doll - abort -because we
don't need any more idiots.
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and a Half Men is one of my favorites, because I could identify with the
fantasy life Charlie has. And I've got to admit their writers are
pretty good; funny as hell.
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Vegas, is nothing like
Vegas, but I think they have a talented writing crew. I can't think of
a time where they've left me disappointed. And they have some mighty
fine looking gals on the show. But don't go to Vegas and expect to see
even a fraction as many.
don't watch cop or lawyer shows. I think they are a egotistic as hell
and I think it gets to the heads of real cops. We have enough bullies,
why make more.
I have watched my share of Columbo
and I do like Cold Case, its unlike the typical egotistic cop
shows and the way its presented with the flashbacks, is kinna cool if
you ask me.
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Girls of the Day
Bachelor, Officer and a Gentleman : Boy for a doctor, he's
quite the goof ball. And they set him up with a nice car and boat to
make him look like he makes something off the military. (I knew a
couple who where medics in the military and I know better.) I guess
the nice car and boat would get those young girls all fired up though.
The 28 yr Tiffany was the catch and she
couldn't but help laugh at him. Sure the discussions aren't much with
the cameras in your face, but getting rid of Tiffany pretty much left
him with bottom drawer ding bats. The other 28 year old is pretty hot.
However I bet she's been around the block a few times and he has big
feet and I bet she's willing do anything for a doctor. If I were in his
shoes, I'd be making some alone time with her. Hell, isn't the game all
about having sex with as
many of the girls as you can?
The only guy they ever got to
appear on the show that was worth a shit was the Goodyear guy, and man,
didn't he get to pick from some top notch women.
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