Tornado Emergency in Oklahoma City. Terrible. Incredible.. Many of dead people, many of injuries.. Oh my god, I say.posted by mrdeha 2 hours 12 minutes ago • 15 views • 56 secs
With the growth of the Internet, TV is a medium whose days are numbered. But that doesn't mean we can't enjoy some of the great moments from the 1st Tube -- both past and present -- here on VideoSift.
This is a collection of TV tribute videos that highlight the incredible creativity and spirit that has gone into entertaining the world, one living room at a time.
Can someone please direct me to this video if you recall it?
Sorry Oregon, you won't be able to claim Homer, Bart and the rest of The Simpsons clan as your own. The Simpsons creator Matt Groening confirms exclusively to TV Guide Magazine that his recent statements were misinterpreted — he did not reveal that his long-running animated Fox comedy was set in Oregon.
"I never said Springfield was in Oregon," Groening says. "I said Springfield was the name of my sled...."
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Chicago code is a cop drama, its smart and has strong acting. Nuff said.
Also. I recommend reading On basilisk station by david weber. It's an excellent book and I'm just finished reading the latest in the series. AWESOME!
last. New season of "Sanctuary" on Syfy SUX. Characters are dumb, Acting is non existant, even though i luv amanda tapping.
Ok, you can troll me back now. Cheers!
1. Madmen - Increasingly I'm watching this for the gorgeous retro sets. I love seeing vintage wooden HiFi consoles and classy black leather couches. I'm starting to lose interest a little bit now that Don has split with Betty and his desertion past is out in the open. Floating through major historical events in the 60s is still a blast. (Beatles at Candlestick Park)
2. Breaking Bad - Dark, dark comedy drama. The acting and character development is very strong in the show. Watching the slow, inexorable decline of Walter White - from chemistry teacher to drug kingpin has been fascinating and entertaining.
3. Peep Show More dark comedy; surprise, surprise. You get the feeling that Mitchell and Webb are almost playing themselves in this show - or at least a version of themselves, if they hadn't become the famous comedy duo that they are. I love the story arc and returning characters. So believable, so English - so awkward.
4. Glee - Preachy? Corny? Overproduced schmaltz? I don't care - I absolutely love this show. Again the acting, characters and story arc shine. These kids have heart - and it comes through in the performances. And although they do like to tackle typical "after school special" issues - the moral message is often fairly pragmatic. (Teen drinking is going to happen, do it responsibly or you might vomit in public).
Inevitable really. I wonder how he'll take the news. I'm sure we'll find out in a rant to the media soon enough.
I will in fact give it a wizard. I also enjoyed the mic cutoff and "The Force Unleashed II™" commercial as well. Then coming back.
Also, all of the show anywhere around that point was also wizard. If someone with the powers can throw a poll up--that would be totally wizard.
/I'm taking it back too!
1. He needs to lose the beard. He's a handsome man, despite his funky hair, but the beard somehow makes the lower half of his face seem even smaller.
2. I loved the opening sequence. So many good references to movies and recent/not so recent pop culture.
3. Opening monologue - sweet! Just the right amount of NBC bashing without seeming bitter. Stay classy Conan.
4. The return of masturbating bear (spoiler alert) - just different enough to not get sued, just gratuitous enough to rock.
5. The name of the show - perfect.
I hope they do "year 2000"...
Inejiro Asanuma, a politician and head of the Japan Socialist Party, was assassinated by Otoya Yamaguchi on live television.posted by dbot2006 2 years 9 months 3 weeks ago • 3,433 views