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I was just watching ABC's Providence affiliate. They were doing a story on toys not made in China and how parents are looking harder for said toys, which are tough to find because 80% of the toys in our country were made in China. They interviewed several people, including Soleil Moon Frye. Now you and I know Soleil as "Punky Brewster" from the 80's sitcom. ABC's Providence affiliate knows her simply as "Store Owner" for the purposes of their story. That's disappointing reporting. To learn more about Soleil, visit our affiliate, Theresjustnowaythatstrue.com here
I think the Jonas Brothers have something new coming out. I can't wait to watch the Disney channel tonight!!!
The Simpsons creator was on NPR this morning and referenced Homer's Superman quote which appears on this site. He admitted he got it wrong. It goes something like, "I'm not a praying man, but if you're up there, please help me Superman."
I'm a little annoyed by titles that are a little too witty. I'm seeing ads for a TNT show called "Saving Grace". I'm a bettin' Grace is the name of the main character.
"Good Will Hunting" is so witty it's absurd. It took title wittiness to a level never before seen. "Good Will" could be understood like the donation bin, "Hunting" could be understood as searching for or shooting or a name, "Will" could be a name or a drive (i.e., will-power kinda thing), "Good" could potentially be a name, for cryin' out loud, but then my head would explode.
It just seems that these double or triple-meaning titles are getting a little old. Cozy, but forced. Time for a new angle.
Mrs. Krabapple: Bart, have you ever read The Boy Who Crys Wolf?
Bart: I'm halfway through it, I swear!
I can't help it--the Star Trek quote is one of my favorites.
Anyone else thinking that Britney Spears is only pretending to want her children, but by acting crazy she is giving the court reason to give her children to K-Fed? Maybe she really doesn't want her kids.