It is our failure to become our perceived ideal that ultimately defines us, and makes us unique. It’s not easy, but if you accept your misfortune and handle it right, your perceived failure can become a catalyst for profound reinvention. – Conan O’Brien
Harvey Korman is either one of those people you’ve never heard of or one of those people you won’t soon forget. The work that Tim Conway and Harvey did on the Carol Burnett show is classic television and some of the funniest moments I’ve witnessed when I was younger. There are times when a comedian […]
Seems that the first casualty of the 2007 smikwily TV viewing selections has been canceled, and to be honest, it was probably my fave. I started watching Journeyman because of the overall theme dealt with time travel, which considering my love of Back to the Future and Quantum Leap, seemed to fit my usual TV […]
Well, seems that we aren’t even going to get a last hurrah out of the Deadwood camp. According to an interview with Ian McShane over Cinematical, “they’re dismantling the ranch and taking the stuff out. That ship is gonna sail. Bonsoir, Deadwood. McShane continues on to say that with the possible pending strikes and his […]
I think my wife is finally starting to agree with me – CSI Miami is just about as cheesy as TV comes anymore, and I think they do it on purpose. Then again, Caruso can only dig so deep…
Guess the continued rumors of this finally being the last season of 24 aren’t true yet again. Then again if you’ve been watching this season, you may be starting to wonder if anyone else is going to make it through this season, let alone three more. This could be the first show I’ve seen that […]
Well crap. Another one of my faves bites the dust. You get to the point where you hate watching new shows because you are worried about them getting canned, but you do it anyhow. Then you pay the price when they can’t pay the bills…
LAWeekly has a very interesting article up on the history and origins of the Internet Movie Database, one of the best sites on the net, in my opinion. If you want to know who starred in a movie or a TV show, what movies someone has starred in, or even trivia and goofs for movies, […]
From Coming Soon!:
Two stars of the CBS hit television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation were fired for breach of contract. Actors Jorja Fox and George Eads, who play investigators Sara Sidle and Nick Stokes, were fired after asking for more money to stay on the show, according to reports.
A recommendation from a friend […]
So, let me get this straight. You’ve been getting free cable for 4 years, and now you are going to sue? Ok. And why are you going to sue? Ah. Gotcha. Because you are addicted. Got ya. Makes’s perfect sense…
I was wondering where exactly the new Spiderman cartoon has disappeared, but apparently I won’t be disappointed. According to AnimationInsider.net the webslinger will be hitting July 11 at 10:00 p.m. I’ll be sure to set the VCR for that one (actually, it’s a new DVR, courtesy of TimeWarner, our cable providers).
Was a little surprised to hear that Mr. Rogers had died, but after he decided to leave TV after all those years, I wondered if there might be some health concerns that had made him decide to step down.
If you were a kid more than a few years ago in the US, odds are […]
Seems like one of the best TV shows of all time is getting updated. CNN.com is reporting that the Duba-Duba-Duba-Duba-Dubyu B (WB) is going to remake the almighty McGuyver. No, Richard Dean Anderson won’t be coming back, but instead the show will focus on a nephew of the man with the Swiss Army knife.
Doctor Carter is out when his contract is up, according to Infobeat.com. The only remaining original crew member for the show, Carter, played by Noah Wyle, has come full circle from being a student to being a teacher.
Wyle’s contract is up at the end of the 2003-2004 season, so we have almost a full […]
Itching for some old school, growing up style wallpapers for your desktop? Take 2 of my faves, thrown them in a blender, and this is what you get.
The pics are just a few extras being planned for some upcoming comic books and isn’t a proposed series or anything, but it would be one of […]
Oh yeah. I’d watch this.
Reuters is reporting that after seeing a Celebrity Dodgeball Tournament for a AIDS benefit, at lease one TV exec things this could be the next ‘Celebrity Boxing’ or ”Battle of the Network Stars.’
The proposed 13-episode weekly series, entitled “Ultimate Dodgeball,” is getting shopped to various cable networks.